Night to Unite is our chance to reach out to all ages and neighborhoods in Rogers. Sign up with Aaron Mueller to work from approx. 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, August 6. Our assignment may be greeting/directing, running a game or serving food. Who knows? Come, meet all the neighbors!
Author Bob Showers promises to be one of the year’s most entertaining guest speakers. Join Rogers Rotary on Wednesday, July 24 when Bob shares first-hand stories, photos, and interview quotes from many MN Twins greats. His presentations have been profiled by KRFO Radio and the North St. Paul Rotary Club.
Bob describes in his book, The Twins in the Dome: ”The Dome was our signature.”–Torii Hunter ”The Dome was alive and it was loud.”–Corey Koskie
”A lot of spooky stuff happened in there.”–Kent Hrbek
From 1982–2009 the Twins called the Metrodome their home. During that time there were World Championships, Hall of Fame performances, crazy bounces, and balls lost in the roof. It was a different kind of ballgame and the Dome had many critics, but you always knew the game would be played. Along the way, the Twins shared the Dome with some of the top groups in rock music. The Metrodome was ”Minnesota’s rec room.”
Week to week, you ever know WHO will be called forward for recognition, or WHY President Dave will consider a member’s effort honor-worthy, or WHAT he might pull out as a recognition gift. But he is truly showcasing the value each member brings to Rogers Rotary. This week Cheryl Helwig (pictured) and Aaron Mueller earned applause from the group. Congrats!
When Rogers Rotary chartered in 2006, the club joined District 5950’s Area 4 — clubs that were “generations” of o.ne club sponsoring the next. (Maple Grove Rotary sponsored Rogers.)
Now in the 2019-20 Rotary year, new Area alignments bring Rogers and Maple Grove into a new Area 7 where they’ll partner with neighbors St. Michael-Albertville, Monticello and Buffalo clubs. It is an opportunity for new relationships, new networking, and a tighter geographic territory.
Lenny Kirscht (First Nat’l Bank of Elk River) facilitated his final meeting of the Rotary year on June 26. Club members saluted him with gifts, stories, photos, treats and a club-sponsored Paul Harris Fellowship. He is pictured receiving his gift from incoming president Dave Christian (auctioneer).
The Rogers Rotary~Christain Builders & Remodelers Golf Scramble broke records …..with 98 golfers and the support of a title sponsor, four corporate sponsors, and a variety of specialty sponsors. THANK YOU to each golfer and business owner who made this our most successful scramble ever!
Why is success important? Because this is our single fundraiser that allows Rogers Rotary to give back to the community throughout the 2019-20 Rotary year.
Dave Christian takes the reins as club president on July 1. He has more ideas and enthusiasm than can be contained in one year!! The money we raised through the golf scramble will be used effectively, ethically, and enthusiasticaly in the local and larger community.