We are looking into a new Rotary year. 
Pictured below is the incoming District 5950 Governor Russ Michaeltz and Jennifer Kerfeld who was named the President for the Sauk Centre Rotary club 2019-2020 year.
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We had a visit from some of our District Rotary friends.
Jim Nelson- Minneapolis City of Lakes Rotary club and also Rotary Foundation Chair, Russ Michaletz-incoming District 5950 Governor 2019-2020, Tom Gump-District 5950 Governor for the 2020-21 year
Jim gave us some great information about the Rotary Foundation. What the funds are used for, how the funds are gathered and how they decide who will receive local and international grants. Our club has utilized these grants that past couple years and we would love to continue to do so.
Learn more here:https://www.rotary.org/en/about-rotary/rotary-foundation Together we can all make a difference!
Pictured below with our current President Mike Traeger.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2019
BIO Girls of Sauk Centre
Bio girls is a 12 week program that is for girls ages 7-14 in Sauk Centre. This is the first year in Sauk Centre, MN and they are looking for some start up funds. It takes $3500 just to get the program up and running for a full year. They can allow 35 girls into the program, IF they receive more than 35 applications then they will use the lottery system to determine the 35 who will be accepted.
The program help young ladies find their worth so they can confidently stand up to social pressures as they get into the tough teenage years. For every 3 students there will be a mentor and they will meet weekly and do activities (most outdoors) for about an hour and a half, at the end of the program they will run a 5K as a completion to the program. There is a registration fee for each girl to participate.

BIO Girls strongly encourages scholarships - "We do not want the fee to join to be a barrier for any girl".
There is a link to the scholarship application right from our reg page, scroll down.
In addition - There is a formal Referral program put in place to help us find the girls who need our programming the most. Referrals can be made by any professional who works with kids (counselors, therapists, teachers, social workers, ministry, etc.)
Referrals receive a 100% scholarship as well. We reserve at minimum three referral spots at every site.
SC Rotary club donation photo pictured below
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Rose delivery day is March 14th. 
$20/donzen Red or Multi Colored
$20/box of 24ct Caramels, Sea Salt and Regular.
Ask any Rotarian for help in getting yours this year.
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We are so fortunate as a club to be able to donate to such great organizations, right here in Sauk Centre.

The weekend project.
Our mission is to provide weekend food packs to students at Melrose and Sauk Centre elementary schools. We know that students with enough to eat are ready to learn. By feeding the young minds in our community, we hope to help our future leaders concentrate on school and not empty stomachs.

To donate: It's always best to donate dollars instead of food so they can get exactly what they need. Please check out the site:
Follow on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/feedingyoungminds/about/?ref=page_internal

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Our first STRIVE student received his check for improving his GPA the most for first quarter. Pictured are Isaac Winters who is our STRIVE program leader for the 2018-2019 SCHS year and recipient Landyn Zimney with his $75 check!! Congrats and we can't wait to see you "Strive" for more this year!
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Christmas for a Senior- Alternative Senior Care
When this program started it was called Santa4aSenior just for Clients, then 3 or 4 years later changed name to Christmas for a Senior. Now they opened it up to local area Businesses, all around neighboring communities, churches and hospitals. People from all around the area nominate friends and family members to receive the gifts. They receive gifts like; GC for gas, food, everyday essentials ect…
Volunteers accepted for shopping, wrapping and delivery!
Standing from left:
Moe Otte, John Fevig, Bob Bearson, Dan Brooks, Mark Maloney, Matt Hoeschen, Mike and Cindy Karasch, Mark Kranz, Paul Knutson and Mike Traeger
Sitting from left: Darron Nelson and Sheri Lemke
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Our club had the honor to donate to the Junior Achievement program in Sauk Centre. A huge THANK YOU to everyone who supports our fundraisers so we can give it back to our Community and Youth programs.

Junior Achievement teaches students in grades K-12 about money management, entrepreneurship, and prepares them to succeed in school and beyond. Below is a link for more information


Standing from left: Matt Hoeschen, Mark Kranz, Janelle Borgman, Pat Jennissen, Brenda Jennissen, Tiffany Wiese, Mike Traeger, Kim Korteum, Darron Nelson. Sitting from left Jennifer Kerfeld and Laurie Fevig

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We welcomed back Bendikt from Germany who also brought his sister Castanza along to see the U.S. They are currently staying with Mark Kranz and his family. They have a lot of plans to sight see, head to California and more. It's great to have him back to visit. Benedikt was our exchange student a few years back and had graduated and is ready to pursue a career in law. Side note: He still LOVES hashbrowns!
Pictured below with Mark Kranz.
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Welcome Arnaud from Belgium. He is our exchange student who is staying with Sarah Trisko's family.
He is pictured here with Sarah Trisko (left) and Mike Traeger (right) our club President as they exchange Rotary flags. 
We are excited to hear and learn about his home and his Country in the coming weeks.
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Golf Fundraiser was a success! This year, we had a net profit of $5276.74 

THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and everyone who participated in our event this year! We are so grateful for everyone to continues to support our Rotary Club. We love to be able to put the money back into the community. BELOW are a few photos of what we did with some of the proceeds from last years fundraiser!
If you have a chance head down to the Sinclair Lewis Park, by the bandshell to check out the benches, or better yet, catch a 'Concert in the Park' on Wednesdays at 7pm.
We also installed a Little Free Library at the Sauk Centre Area Community Garden.
Congratulations to our 50/50 Raffle winner Abby Welberg. $3,840!!


Little Free Library- It has been installed down by the SC Area Community Garden. Please add books if you can. Anything is great!! Attached is a photo. How cute is that?! Thanks Mark Kranz for getting that ordered and installed!

Also, while your at the garden adding books, pick/weed the garden and enjoy some fresh veggies!! "See you at the Garden"


Park Benches  Installed down at the Sinclair Lewis Park, by the bandshell. They look great and are a wonderful addition to the Concert in the Park Series for the City of Sauk Centre!



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STRIVE comes to a close.
We are so proud of all the students this year for completing our Strive program at the Sauk Centre High School.

A special congratulations to our scholarship winners:
Jordan Kleckner for a $1000 scholarship
August Sarracco for a $500 scholarship

Here are a few photos from the banquet Wednesday, May 16th

A HUGE thank you to all of our mentors, staff at SCHS for helping us through the year, Jitters for hosting the banquet for us and Issac Winters for coordinating the program this year.

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Fun Bins were placed at the Splash Pad. Thank you to Centra-Care- Feeling Good MN for allowing the Sauk Centre Rotary club to partner with you to provide Sauk Centre with these bins.
There will be a few more bins placed around town in the coming weeks. 
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On Tuesday February 27th, 2018 Bob Bearson was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship at the Sauk Centre Rotary Meeting held at MN National Bank in Sauk Centre.
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition award acknowledges people who contribute to The Rotary Foundation, or who have contributions made in their name. Rotary International’s very own Florencia Fingolo was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow by the former president of Rotary Foundation, Ron Burton.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2018
Rhonda and Jerrod from Tri-CAP came to speak on Feb 20th.
Tri-CAP has been around since 1962 and offers a wide variety of service to our area. Transportation being one in the Sauk Centre area that has been useful to many residents of the community. There is no age range, they serve many preschools in the area, and make many visits to the Eagles Healing nest to help get people where they need to go. You might see the red/white bus around town!
In addition they offer many other programs for assistance including, housing, tax classes, energy assistance, rental 101, home repair & ownership,  nutrition and much more. Information on these programs can be found on the website:   http://tricap.org/
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Mary Rothstein and Jenna Sunderman from Wacosa-

WACOSA is a non-profit organization, established in 1963, and initially started by parents seeking support for their children. Today, WACOSA serves over 625 adults with disabilities in central MN. WACOSA’s main goal is to enrich lives and to find employment opportunities in order to give everyone the chance to live and work in their communities. While our main mission is vocational, we also offer many other services to adults with disabilities, such as art, physical fitness and gardening classes offered throughout the year. Our Seniors Program encourages our senior clients to participate in volunteering all around our community. When work is slow, our friendly professional staff work with various vocational or self-help based curricula to encourage employment and a strong sense of self-esteem.

WACOSA is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, certified through the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, and accredited by CARF.

WACOSA established it's name by combining the first two letters of the communities that we had physical facilities in.  WAite Park, COld Spring and SAuk Centre.  While we no longer have a facility in Cold Spring, we still service that area, and many more!



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Our Sauk Centre Rotary Club is selling roses again this year to fund projects in our local community.
$20 per dozen and personally delivered to anyone in Sauk Centre, Melrose, Freeport and Long Prairie.
We are also selling gourmet caramels.  A 24 count package for $20 as well.  Order both for $40.
Delivery will be March 22-23. 
If ordering roses, please specify “red or multi-color”.
If ordering caramels, please specify “regular or sea-salt”.
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On Tuesday January 16th, 2018 Mark Maloney was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship at the Sauk Centre Rotary Meeting held at MN National Bank in Sauk Centre.
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition award acknowledges people who contribute to The Rotary Foundation, or who have contributions made in their name. Rotary International’s very own Florencia Fingolo was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow by the former president of Rotary Foundation, Ron Burton.
Pictured are recipient Mark Maloney and President Mike Traeger
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On Tuesday January 9th, 2018 Dan Brooks was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship at the Sauk Centre Rotary Meeting held at MN National Bank in Sauk Centre.
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition award acknowledges people who contribute to The Rotary Foundation, or who have contributions made in their name. Rotary International’s very own Florencia Fingolo was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow by the former president of Rotary Foundation, Ron Burton.
Pictured are: President Mike Traeger, Dan Brooks and District Governor Bob Halagan
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On Tuesday January 9th, 2018 the Sauk Centre Rotary club had the pleasure of listening to our District Governor speak. Bob Halagan has deep passionand belief for what Rotary is and how we can change the world.
Bob Halagan has been a member of the Buffalo Rotary Club since 2000 and served as its President in 2009-2010.  He has also served as District 5950 Legal Counsel from 2011-2014, Area 13 Assistant Governor from 2010–2013 and District Fundraising Chair from 2013-2016. Bob’s Rotary journey has taken him, among other places, on numerous service trips to Guatemala where his club, in conjunction with other Rotary clubs has authored or participated over $400,000 in Rotary grants including grants promoting economic development, nutrition and maternal health for indigenous women. 
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Joel & Emily Dunn came to the Rotary meeting to share information about a local program for Special Olympics/young athletes right here in Sauk Centre.
It is a sport and play program for children with and without intellectual disabilities, ages 2 to 7 years old. Young Athletes introduces basic sport skills, like running, kicking and throwing. Young Athletes offers families, teachers, caregivers and people from the community the chance to share the joy of sports with all children. 
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The Sauk Centre Rotary club is a participant of the Warm hands Warm hearts program. Hats, gloves and mittens were donated to the Elementary school and also the Holy Family school in Sauk Centre.
Pictures below are a few members dropping them off with students at each school.
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Katie Gruber from CentraCare
Blend program specialist.
B.L.E.N.D (Better Living Exercise and Nutrition Daily) is committed to improving the health of children in Central Minnesota by reducing the epidemic of childhood obesity. A coalition of medical professionals, parents, and health care advocates work in four focus areas: physical activity, nutrition, medical community, and advocacy.
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WORLD POLIO DAY - we had a little World Polio Day info session where we shared 3 videos on the history of polio and Rotary's involvement, the Gates Foundation's initiative to match donations $2 for every $1 donated and the Drop to Zero campaign to eradicate polio. 
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Kim Holland Lyon
Kim is an associate Advisor for Thompson Wealth Management. Kim offers advice for financial planning, helping them prepare for financial independence and managing their investment portfolio. She and her Husband Roger, live in a rural area south of Alexandria. She has really enjoyed being able to help country families with financial needs.  
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The Click family at The Old Course, Sauk Centre.
Steve and his family purchased the property in 2012 and have been busy remodeling. The golf course has been full renovated, it is now a reversiable 9, so you can plany both directions. Last season they hosted 15 events, other than that, they were closed. Next year (2018) they are planning to do private memberships and guests. Plans to offer, Pro lessons, food beverages and to be open to hosting events.
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Providing community wide education, prevention, and intervention of human trafficking to middle-school students and their families
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Matt Imdieke- Central MN Realty.
Opened in 2014. Currently over 30 agents all over Central MN.  Melrose, SC, Paynesville, St Joe, Kimball,  LP, Albany.
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Melanie Wander-The weekend project.
Our mission is to provide weekend food packs  to students at Melrose ( 67 students) and Sauk Centre (50 students) elementary schools. We know that students with enough to eat are ready to learn. By feeding the young minds in our community, we hope to  help our future leaders concentrate on school and not empty stomachs.

They are currently working with Coborns to get the best deals, also for meal planning.
In the pack, the student will find 2 breakfast items, 2 mini meals, 2 snacks, and 2 fruit products.

To donate: It's always best to donate dollars instead of food so they can get exactly what they need. Please check out the site:
Also, you can follow them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/feedingyoungminds/about/?ref=page_internal
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Sept 5, 2017 meeting update:
Club News -
* Jean reported a second host family (Tom and Kathy Oschwald) has been arranged!  Matteo is currently staying with Brad and Kristie Kirckof.
* Isaac and Mike will meet with Ms Endersbe at school to get the STRIVE program started for 2017-18 and will update the club.
* Our club will be packing meals for The Weekend Project on Thursday, Sept 21st.  We need 6-8 volunteers.  Please mark your calendar!
* Paul reported that the fun box at the splash pad is being worked on and hopes to have it there soon!
* Mike will be asking for some help with pricing and such for the bench idea near the band shell.  If you are able to help, please let Mike know.
* Rev Roger Phillips invited all of us to his church's fundraiser at ElmerZ on Thursday night from 6-8pm.  Food, music and auction! $20 to attend.
Roger was also our program and he told his story of his 4 careers (Teacher, Naval Officer, RE Prop Mgmt, Priesthood) and recounted many fabulous stories from his childhood through his times in the Navy.  We may need a follow-up to hear "the rest of the story" next Spring.  He's always gracious to discuss these, so if you missed the program ask him about how he got to this point.  He'll turn 80 years young soon! (sorry, no pic)
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We are excited to welcome our exchange student Matteao Manzano from Italy. We look forward to hearing stories and updates about his year here in Minnesota.
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Mark Maloney from MN National Agency gave us an update on health care. What happened and what to expect this year during open enrollment.
Great information, thanks Mark!
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Golf Fundraiser was a SUCCESS!
A HUGE thank you to Mike Traeger, Sheri and Denise for organizing this event.
Here are the winners from all the raffles and Golf games:
Sarah Trisko - $3940 from 50/50 raffle
Jerry Schurman and Gordy Yarke – golf winners ($150)
Jake Berling and Kyle Metcalf – Mystery prize ($100)
Greg Welle and John Welle – Myster prize ($50)
Jerry Schurman – Holi-in-One Jackpot ($175)
Eric Moritz – Rotary ball roll ($160)
Brian Riley – Closest to Pin ($100)
Missy Traeger – Longest Putt (putter)
In all, that’s nearly $5,000 of prizes that were won at our event! Congratulations to all!
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Posted on Jul 27, 2017
Matt Varilek- Initiative Foundation.
Matt is from a small town near Yankton SD.  Matt attended Carlton College in Northfield, MN where he earned his degree in philosophy, he also took a year to study abroad in Paraguay.  After collage he was awarded the Ambassador Scholarship through Rotary. Receiving this scholarship had a major impact on his life and changed the trajectory of his path. After receiving the scholarship he studied economics at University of Glasgow in Scotland. Economics was not his first choice, but found a love for this study as well, this degree led him to where he is at today. 
Matt is the President of the Initiative Foundation, located in Little Falls MN. For over 30 years, the Initiative Foundation has empowered local people to build thriving communities across Central Minnesota. Matt and his team are in charge of 14 Counties in Central MN.
The Foundation focuses on :
1. Economy (business and jobs)
2. Community (quality of life)
3. Philanthropy, (giving and funds).
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Another successful year for our Strive program for students at Sauk Centre High School.
Pictured below are the achievers of the final awards presented at our banquet this year, which was held at Jitters Java café on May 17th.
All the students and mentors have been working very hard since the beginning of the school year, meetings are held at the SCHS, once a month. Students are able to have lunch and meet with their mentor and talk about anything that they want advice with. It's been a successful year!
Congratulations to everyone!
$1000 scholarship was Emma Copley and $500 winner was Devin Thielen.
$250 attitude award to Emma Copley, $250 attendance award to Jon Asfeld, Tablet to Shauna Wiese.
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Sauk Centre History Museum & Research Center has a new place to call home. . It will take up to 8 years before they can call the old creamery building in Sauk Centre their permanent home.
The Museum Board of Directors are looking at renovations and grants to complete the project. The board has many plans and dreams for this building and when it's completed, this is sure to be an attraction that will showcase the history and traditions of our small community.
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Jeff Schuster-SC Archery program
1st season, 18 kids and by the 3rd year 70 kids on team.
After school activity, summer rec programs.
Jeff truly loves working with kids and also the sport of archery.

Challenges are keeping coaches from buring out.... They are all volunteers. Practice twice weekly.
There's been so much growth so that in itself had been a challenge. Because of that, they will be moving practice back to elem gym.
The programs tries to provide equipment for all the students, so any donations from local clubs and organizations are always helpful.

Participation fee is $100
MSHSL is not listed archery as a sport right now, but it may change in the future.
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Centra Care Development officer
Preach teach and heal.
High quality Health-care,  close to home.

Paul's main goal at Centra Care is to help educate people about insurance and how to gain access to healthcare.
He talk about the different challenges in healthcare, challenges in staffing, and a few of the benefits of working with Centra Care in St Cloud
He talked about the economic impact that Centra Care has in our small town- over 200 jobs.

What's coming?
- Nursing home remodel or replace? Still very early on and brainstorming.
- Come and See events, tours for the community.
June 20th, golf tourney.  All invited.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2017
Tim Nelson Family Benefit.

Tim suffers from Fabry disease, both Tim and daughters Sarah and Stephanie suffer from it as well. There is no cure and requires an infusion every 2 weeks. Both of the girls and Tim receive these infusions, they take 6 hours. As a result of the disease, Tim suffered several TIAs and strokes in February, this ended in brain surgery. They are hoping this will help prevent the strokes.  He has been out of work for 2mo, with a lot of bills, so close friends are helping the family relieve some of the financial burden. His plans are to go back to work on Monday at Holiday in Alexandria.
April 30th, 4-7p.m.
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Just beautiful, if you haven't had a chance to get in there to see it, stop by. They have fresh cookies and coffee available!
Check out the Facebook page for a view of the inside!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2017
Richard Polipnick, from Talk Solar shared information about the benefits of solar panel energy
Why they are safe, how efficient they are, low investments costs, 30%tax credit, why solar panels are becoming popular.
Raising the value of your property, they are the most reliable renewable resource.
Thank you for sharing Richard.  dick.polipnick@gmail.com
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Josh Waltzing from Empower Boxing and Taekwondo of Sauk Centre.
Josh talked about Enriching confidence in people and how students of all ages are becoming physically, mentally, and emotionally stronger by using Martial Art techniques and training. Josh has a school in Sauk Centre on Main Street and a location in Alexandria. He has the largest school in West Central MN,
Thanks for sharing Josh!
Empower Boxing and Taekwondo Jennifer Kerfeld 2017-02-28 06:00:00Z 0
On Feb 14th, Cindy Karasch was awarded as a Paul Harris Fellow and Dan Brooks was awarded as a 2-time Paul Harris Fellow.  Congratulations to both of them and their contributions to the Rotary Foundation and our club!
Also, our club viewed our website and it's capabilities.  We're looking for all Rotary members to update their profile on our website.  Mike will email all members their login info and re-assign passwords so everyone can update their profile.  Please do this by Feb 21st. 
Rose sale is on April 5th.  Start selling roses.  Tom Haase also reported about selling caramels and we'll be selling both regular and sea salt caramels.  Our cost is comparable to the roses and gives each of us another item to sell for those who don't desire roses.  These will be sold for $20 each as well.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2016
Guest speaker: John & Dorothy Sells were at our January 17th meeting to discuss their involvement with the food shelf.  They have a 20 per group of volunteers that work diligently to meet the food needs of our community.  They also provide assistance to those passing through town and serve the entire Sauk Centre school district area.  Funding levels at this time are sufficient, but the need for funding is on-going and the needs of the community continue to grow.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2016
Guest speaker: Jackie Alderman from Ameriprise. New location in Sauk Centre North of Jitters in the Corner Shop location. They have 3 employees and a location in St Cloud.
  Jackie and her brother Jim are both natives of Sauk Centre.  We welcome them and their new business location to our community.
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The Sauk Centre Rotary want to say THANK YOU to all that purchased roses from our club! We appreciate your support!!
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We will be selling roses in 2 color options, Lollipop or Red for $20 a dozen. They will include babies breath and greens. If you would like to order some please email saukcentrerotary@yahoo.com or call 320-290-4359. They will arrive on April 16th.  
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The Sauk Centre Rotary would like to give a BIG thank you to all those that supported the Polar Plunge and helped make it such a big success for the 1st year!
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