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Welcome to the Stillwater Rotary Club

Stillwater

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 11:45 AM
Lowell Inn Banquet Room
102 N 2nd St
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Stillwater, MN  55082
United States
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We heard from Marna Anderson with Nonviolent Peaceforce about the unarmed civilan protection program. The program is currently active in 5 countries - Iraq, Lebanon, South Sudan, Myanmar, and Philippines.  Marna explained that on average, for every soldier that dies, ten civilians lose their life.  Nonviolent Peaceforce provides an unarmed, paid civilian protection force to foster dialogues among parties in conflict and provides a protective presence for threatened civilians. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stillwater Rotary Social Gathering
Lion's Tavern in Stillwater 
Thursday, November 30th 
4:00pm - 
 
Time to relax and enjoy your fellow Rotarians without interruption or having to sing! Bring your happy self, spouse, or anyone else who would like to meet the fun members of our club.  Please also consider bringing a donation to Community Thread's Holiday Hope Wish List.   They are looking for cash, gift cards (Cub, Super America, Holiday, Amazon, Visa), gifts for teens and children and household needs.  Visit their website for more information.  www.communitythreadmn.org
 

We hope to see you at the Social! 
 
  
 
 
Join us in increasing our local foundation giving!  Throughout the month of December, please consider bringing a check made payable to the St. Croix Valley Foundation.  Your donation is fully tax deductible.
 
Mark your calendars - the Stillwater Sampler is set for January 26, 2018! 
 
The 11th annual Sampler will focus on mental health in the valley with the spotlight organization being the Alternative Learning Center.  The Sampler will also support the Canvas Health Crisis Connection and the Juba Project.
 
See Robin Anthony if you'd like to be a part of the planning committee.
 
 
 
Our club's website has a new look!  We made some slight changes to the website so that we are in line with Rotary's visual identity guidelines.  The changes allow for our website to be truly mobile compatible for visitors to navigate on their phones and tablets.  Please have patience as we continue working with and editing the new format. 
Thank you to those who participated in Rake a Difference Day last Saturday!  The snow did not slow the crew down - they filled 32 bags for a homeowner in Mahtomedi. 
 
 
 
 
A group of Rotarians participated in Volunteer for a Cause in support of Community Thread's Holiday Hope Program.  The group raised $149 in tips for the program which serves over 1,000 people annually in the Stillwater area with individually chosen gifts and a holiday meal.   Many thanks to the Rotarians pictured: Sally Anderson, Doug Brady, Keri Bischoff and Anne Anderson.  Thanks to Patty Radoc and Katie Rolf as well.  The group was looking sharp in our new Rotary shirts! 
 

Dear Scott and Team Stillwater Noon,

Thank you so much for your support at our Rotary Club’s 17th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot Fundraiser.

We really appreciate you being a TEAM sponsor this year! You made a difference! Your donations make it possible for us to continue projects that benefit lives here in our own community as well as globally. We couldn’t do it without you.

I hope you and your team had a great time.

AND FINALLY, SAVE THE DATE for next year!   Friday, September 7th, 2018

Seriously…put it on your calendar, then for sure we’ll have another beautiful day!

 

 

 

Thank you to Doug, John, Jim, Kathy, Keri, Katie, Ted, Bob and Scott for volunteering your time for the roadside cleanup on Monday! 
     
 
 
Mae Hovland is one of our outbound exchange students.  Mae left for Japan on August 18th.  She is pictured here with her mom, Jenn, who participated in an Rotary exchange to Sweden 30 years ago.  The longevity of the program and this mother-daughter legacy is truly special.  We wish Mae all the best as she embarks on this new adventure! 
 
 
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