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Duluth Harbortown

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Duluth, MN  55802
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Sep 02, 2015 Kevin Wilson Climate change
 

 

Don't forget our annual bike ride and picnic coming up on Thursday Sept. 3rd.

If you plan to ride please be at the Brighton Beach pavilion by the playground by 5:30.

If you don't plan to take part in the ride, come for the picnic and the fellowship.

We will be providing food and soft drinks but you are welcome to bring the beverage of your choice.

The weather is expected to be great, the lake is beautiful and Rotarians are fun.
 
 

 
Thanks to all who helped out for the event. I know I wasn't there for setup or takedown, but here's pictures of a few of the volunteers during the festival.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Speakers

Sep 09, 2015
Sep 16, 2015
Jim Gruba
Committee Reports
Oct 07, 2015
RYLA campers by Scott Fischer
This years RYLA camp experiences
Oct 14, 2015
Jim Gruba
Fireside Amzoil Arena
Oct 21, 2015
Mike Cochran
Update on latest Rotary adventure
Oct 28, 2015
Nov 04, 2015
Keith Kymala
Paul Harris Foundation Day
Nov 18, 2015
District Govenor
Rotary District 5580
Dec 02, 2015
Lori Fox
Christmas party
 
 
 

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