Welcome to the Rotary Club of Minnesota Veterans

Join us Thursday, October 14 at 7:00pm for a Club Rotary Orientation at St. Peter's Edina - the main parking lot is closed for street construction, so please park in the side lot - go downstairs as you enter the building and walk to the end of the hallway.
We are celebrating our 2nd Anniversary as a club. A solid grasp of the world of Rotary and the collaboration possible will make us unstoppable in the next year as we strive to serve past & present members of the armed force and their families by identifying their unmet needs and quickly mobilizing our members to solve these issues.
We did it again! The Rotary Club of MN Veterans holds a quarterly Blood Drive, Food Drive, Clothing Drive, and Electronics Drive.  
50 pints of blood were gathered as well as participation from a number of local Rotary clubs who brought other items to support our work with local vets. The amazing thing is that our name connected to the blood drive has resulted in all appointments taken for the last 6 blood drives. Thanks to the club members who have donated. We are people of action!

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Thanks to those who volunteered for or attended this year's Edina Veterans Dinner

Tom founded our vets club. Make sure you didn't miss the accomplishments that Rotary reached under his leadership during his district governor year - in the midst of the pandemic!!!  We can be proud of dad.  Check out the newsletter:

Project Got Your Back held two Launch events at Torg Brewery in Spring Lake Park. Rotary Club of MN Veterans members stepped up to help guide vets parking and entering the brewery event. Project Got Your Back was our program at the last club meeting. Jeff Staads, club president, serves on the Board of this effort to help vets discover all the services and resources that exist out there.

About Rotary Veterans
We are a group of Veterans and other service minded men and women living in Minnesota who were chartered as a service club within Rotary International in October, 2019.  Our sense of service derives from military core values of "Service before Self"  that parallels those of Rotary International "Service above Self." 
Service includes: actively caring for one another and our extended families - especially during times of hurt; serving in our communities - youth, civic organizations, schools and the elderly; duly honoring other veterans & their families - especially during times of grief; and serving those in area/regions where we have served, such as projects in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Somalia, etc.  


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