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   Stillwater Rotary Club
          Stillwater, Minnesota

Welcome to the St. Croix Valley


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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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!




Our district will be presenting One Rotary Summits on September 28th (Roseville), October 3rd (Rochester) and October 7th (Faribault) this Rotary year.  These summits emphasize the relationship among Membership, Public Image, and Humanitarian Service and are a unique and effective way to help club members understand and become truly engaged in the opportunities offered by Rotary.   
Check out this this nice advertisement at the St. Croix Valley Recreation Center! Many thanks to Doug Brady for this excellent exposure for our club.
We congratulated Rex on receiving his Paul Harris Fellow award (x2!) and Shannon for her sponsorship of Anne Anderson. 
Our speaker was Jay Riggs, District Manager of the Washington Conservation District (WCD).  Their mission is to enhance, protect, and preserve the natural resources of Washington County.  The WCD has been around for 75 years.  Jay discussed the work they are doing with farmers to be compliant with new buffer laws. 
Thank you to Doug, John, Jim, Kathy, Keri, Katie, Ted, Bob and Scott for volunteering your time for the roadside cleanup on Monday! 
Ellinor arrived from Sweden on August 15th.  Here she is pictured with her first host family and with Lori Johnson as she was being introduced to our club.   Welcome, Ellinor! 
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! 
The River Valley Riders send a big "THANK YOU" to us, they now have a great way to store and preserve their riding equipment!
Its just waiting for our logo...
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