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Lake Elmo Rotary Club 2018 Gold Plate Dinner/DANCE

Friday, September 21, 2018
Lake Elmo Inn Event Center 3712 Layton Ave N Lake Elmo MN 55042
6:00-9:30pm for Dinner & Program * Dancing & Social to follow until close
Only 100 tickets will be sold! Grand Prize: 4- Half Ounce Gold Pieces (1 winner) Plus: 3 additional prizes a 10oz Silver Bar! All prizes are final and awarded the night of the dinner. Need not be present to win. PLUS-OTHER PRIZE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED DURING THE NIGHT
Ticket Price $195 per couple includes:
•Gourmet 5 course dinner for 2 and 4 drink tickets.
•An evening of fun & fellowship- including games with cash prizes!
•Purchase a corporate table for 10: For $1,300 You will receive; special recognition and a Power Point Advertisement. The table gets 2 bottles of wine, premier reserved seating, and the “Elmo Inn Experience”.
***********Great LIVE and SILENT Auction items***********
The Lake Elmo Rotary puts funds back into the Local Community. This year we are pledging a notable portion of the proceeds to: The New LE Elementary School Inclusive Playground This playground will be able to accommodate children of all ability from Wheelchair to Running. Designed to meet the needs of medically complex children so they may also be able to have play experience. A portion of our funds will also be used to help programs locally and internationally that work to make our local and global world better!

Kindness Campaign June Update!

“Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.”

                                                          James Matthew Barrie

June is here and brings with it lots of sunshine as we approach the first official day of summer! The fantastic May weather provided plenty of time to help a neighbor with yard work. Some of you enlisted the help of your children and turned this challenge into a family event – way to go!! Thanking those in uniform for their service often ended with them thanking us for thanking them! More magical conversations happening that normally would have gone unspoken.

For our June challenge we are turning the tables and asking you to do something kind for yourself. We are all so busy meeting the demands of work, family and all the other stuff life throws at us that we don’t have much time to be good to ourselves. Happy summer – I hope you will make time to eat a Popsicle, listen to the birds and watch the sunset.

As always, we’d love to hear what you do this month! You’ll find a link to email us at www.lakeelmorotary.org

Always remember…kindness is contagious!

Lake Elmo Rotary Serves Families at Ronald McDonald House


Rotarians: Pam Baker, Liz Johnson, Lisa Kittel, Tamra Hartman, Michael Schaffer, Kelly Thauwald, Denise Cornell, Rotarian Guest Emily Thauwald

Members of Lake Elmo Rotary had the privilege to serve families with children undergoing medical treatment at Children's Hospital - St. Paul through the Ronald McDonald House located within the hospital.

Many families with children fighting illness and disease have a difficult time managing the rest of their family responsibilities and caring for other children while supporting their child through treatment. In many cases, meals fall to a matter of convenience and necessity - quick and off schedule.

The Lake Elmo Inn graciously catered the event, and the faces of those dining with us showed a mix of relief, joy, and gratitude. As many people know, a good meal can do wonders for the spirit.  

Lake Elmo Rotary donates $1,500 to update LEPR archery range


Commissioner Karla Bigham, Rotary President-elect Tedi Carlson, Commissioner Fran Miron, Rotary Past President Tony Haider, Commissioners Gary Kriesel, and Lisa Weik, and Wayne Sandberg, county engineer, celebrated the gift.

The Lake Elmo Rotary Club donated $1,500 to Washington County to update the archery range at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve. The County Board accepted the gift Sept. 27. Rotary members Lisa Boone, current president, Tedi Carlson, president elect, and Tony Haider, past president, were instrumental in providing the gift. The Lake Elmo Rotary Club successfully applied for a Rotary International district grant to be used for the project. The archery range is operated year round, weather permitting, and is an activity area for summer youth day camp groups. The donation will benefit not only the youth in these programs, but also the general public using the archery range.

Welcome to the Home of the Lake Elmo Rotary Club


For good people, great programs and a fabulous breakfast, please join us every Wednesday morning 7:00 a.m. at the Lake Elmo Inn

We look forward to meeting you as much as we believe you will enjoy the hospitality and time spent in the company of friends and neighbors committed in service to community.