Welcome to the Rotary Club of Minnesota Veterans

At our June meeting, we will hear an update from one of our partner veteran organizations.  Every quarter at our blood drive, we gather clothing and deliver it to help meet the needs of veterans and their families.  Sometimes we get a few bags, sometimes we get boxes and garments and fill an SUV!
Club Meeting Program:  EveryThirdSaturday
Speaker: Tom McKenna
Date: 08 June 2023, 1900

Attend the meeting in person at 7:00pm in the Rotary Room (lower level) at St. Peter's - Edina 

5421 France Avenue South, Edina

You may also participate in the meeting remotely:  Zoom Link

All are invited. There is no cost to attend a meeting.  A warm welcome, cool beverages, and camaraderie are served!

District 5950 is thrilled to announce that Mark Shockey has been elected to serve as District Governor in 2025-26 following Jewelie Grape in 2023-24 and Sharon Bloodworth in 2024-25.  Mark has served Rotary at the Club, District, and Zone level and is well-qualified for this role.

Veterans and Guests, join us as we celebrate our country and all you've done to protect and serve. For a third year, the Rotary Club of Minnesota Veterans is honored to host the Veterans Dinner for our Edina Veterans in conjunction with the Edina 4th of July Parade & the Edina Community Foundation.  
The event will be held July 3, 5:00pm at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 5421 France Avenue South
There is no cost for veterans to attend. 

This is a great opportunity for our club members to serve other veterans.

greeting & check-in
parking (helping handicapped with vehicles)
serving beverages (got a big cooler you can bring?)
serving family style catered dinner
If you are willing to show support for community veterans (and stay for the event), please reach out to RotaryMNVeterans@gmail.com. Family members & friends are welcome to assist as well.  If you volunteer, please also register for the dinner so that we have enough food on hand. 

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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