Rogers High School invited Rotary leaders to present our two annual scholarships on Scholarship Night. Pictured (from left) are President-Elect Dave Christian, recipients Presley Dobitz and Angelina Franaschouk, and President Lenny Kirscht.
Our June 11 golf tournament reached its participation and sponsorship goals — and we have three weeks to go! The club is thrilled to offer Christian Builders & Remodelers naming rights as the 2019 Title Sponsor. We thank Bill and Chad Christian for their outstanding support.
Joining them at the Corporate Sponsor level are: Clive’s Roadhouse-Rogers, Agency 10 Insurance, Universal Promo, and Vision Staffing. Thank you!
There are still a few golf openings. Or join us for the awards dinner and learn more about Rogers Rotary and the ways we will use our tournament funding to benefit local and worldwide programs. Dinner tickets are available on the tournament page.
District Governor-Elect Russ Michaletz (Rotary Club of City of Lakes) hosted 40 Rotarians from clubs in the I-94 corridor at a District Assembly session on May 1. Rogers Rotary sent five club leaders who participated in brainstorming sessions about how to add value to each Rotarian’s membership. Area Governor Lee Ashfeld, a Rogers charter member, led the opening activities.
Color Run 5K, DJ/Band, Color Run/Walk, Bounce House, Food Trucks, Door Prizes, Corn Hole Tournament (registration ends 5/12), chair massages, dunk tank, face painting and family fun in your Rogers, MN Community.
Register by April 28: https://www.isd728.org/RogersHigh. “Go to Quick Links”
Rogers Rotarians will be volunteering along the route!
With the June 11 Rogers Rotary golf tournament less than two months away, these local businesses are leading the way to a very successful fundraiser. The club greatly thanks:
If you would like to be the Title Sponsor ($2,500) and receive naming rights
for the tournament, or a $250 Hole Sponsor with signage at your hole, please contact Colton Buege (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Cheri Ashfeld (email@example.com). Thank You!!
Rogers Rotary works in cooperation with CROSS Services and a grant from Rotary District 5950 to fund the program. We assemble and deliver KidPacks once each month during the school year.
Was your winter too sedentary? Excited to be outdoors now?
Come hear Julie Stolpman share ways to prepare your body and ensure your wellness during these active months. With over a decade in the health and wellness industry,Julie is a certified massage therapist, personal trainer, yoga instructor, and group fitness instructor. She offers a variety of health care techniques for a well-rounded approach to individual treatment. Julie owns Dimensions Wellness in Rockford.
The Rotary Club of Rogers board of directors will consider new funding requests at its April 10 meeting. Several local groups have presented to the club membership and submitted formal requests.
Rogers Rotary’s annual golf tournament (on June 11, 2019!) raises the money the club uses to support local programs. Money is also contributed to Rotary International and the local District 5950 for worldwide projects. In recent years, that has included:
KidPack supplemental weekend food
STRIVE mentorship program at Rogers HS
CornerHouse forensic interviews and support for abuse victims
Salvation Army bell ringing
364 Sandwiches for the homeless
Feed My Starving Children