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Duluth Harbortown

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
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200 W 1st Street
Duluth, MN  55802
United States
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Jun 03, 2015 Mr. Kyle Allen by Will Norman
 
Aerostich Riderwear House Catalog
 

 
 
 
 
 
Below is the link to Andrew Kneepkens Go Fund Me page for his competition in the National History Day competition in Washington D.C. this summer.
 
 
Thanks again for providing Andrew with the opportunity to share this link with Harbortown Rotary members. We appreciate it!
 
Looking forward to seeing you at tomorrow's meeting!
 
Thanks again,
 
Jackie Zimski
Upper School Counselor
Marshall School
 
 

 
 

 

The weekend of June 6 is our Camp Miller project.  We have been active with service to Camp Miller for over 20 years.

 

This year's projects include:

Picnic table refurbishment and build a couple new ones 

Build a garden fence

Build a "4 square in the air" pit, similar to the gaga pit we built a few years ago

They have a retaining wall that needs some attention.

 

Eco Rotary has been invited to participate too!

 

I hope you have some time to help out for at least part of this project.

 

If you are new(er) to the club, please let me know if you have any questions.  We'd love to see you there!

 

Kids and camping are welcome too!!!

 

Thank you!

 

 

 
     
2015 Trip Raffle
Drawing May 13 at Midi's 
  Prize Winner
     
1st $4000 Trip or $3000 Cash Mark Johnston
2nd $2500 Trip or $2000 Cash D. Almirall
3rd $500 Gary Tangen
4th $200 Taras Lendzyk
5th $200 Brad Jenson
6th $100 Connie Adams
7th $100 Steve Johnson
8th $100 Amy Hollingsworth
9th $100 Everett Luukkonen
10th Hampton Inn Eagan ~ One Night Stay (Value $175) Mike Lassi
11th Wildernes Fortune Bay ~ Sunday through Thursday~ Four (4) Rounds of Golf with Cart  (Value $175) Bergey
12th LaQuinta Inn & Suites ~ Bloomington ~ One Night Stay (Value $175) Doug Melander
13th LaQuinta Inn & Suites ~ Bloomington ~ One Night Stay (Value $175) Andy Reierson
14th Holiday Inn Express ~ Mall of America Bloomington ~ One Night Stay  (Value $175) Linda Jeannette
     
 

 
 
Rotary Bolivia Trip
 
New dates: June 12th to June 21st 2015
 
Come join us on an adventure visiting our Rotary International Projects in Bolivia.  We are planning to travel to Bolivia June 12th to June 21st 2015 and visit water reservoir projects, road construction projects, and medical clinics near Sucre and Cochabamba Bolivia; and view future project opportunities with our Bolivian partner Mano a Mano International.  We have had great success assisting the communities with medical care and water resources in the past with our Rotary projects and have received wonderful receptions from the Bolivian people.  Experience the people, culture and the Cordillera Real Mountains with potential site trips including Machu Picchu, Uyuni salt flats, Potosi Cerro Rico mine, Cretaceous park in Sucre, Santa Cruz and other historic, religious and cultural sites.  If you are interested or would like more information please contact. 
 
Karl Everett,
Harbortown Rotary, Duluth, MN
Telephone: 218-724-3134                                                                                          
e-mail: karle@q.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Speakers

Jun 03, 2015
Mr. Kyle Allen by Will Norman
Aerostich Riderwear House Catalog
Jun 10, 2015
Mike Scott by Fred Rouse
Conservation officer, ex Marine, invasive spieces officer
Jun 17, 2015
Tony Dierckins by Kathy Ponder
Presenting his new book
Jun 24, 2015
Kevin Anderson
Presidents dinner
 
 
 

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