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St. Michael-Albertville

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 am, except first week of the month. We meet for happy hour on Thursday at 4:30 instead.
Crow River Senior Center
11800 Town Center Drive NE
St. Michael, MN  55376
United States of America
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Fluid approach to water

How Rotary has changed to help people get clean water for longer than just a few years

Profile Rotary member forms Roots of Peace to remove land mines

Profile: A vine ideaHeidi KühnRotary Club of San FranciscoHeidi Kühn arrived in Utsunomiya, Japan, in 1975, a few months after the end of the Vietnam War. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange

Putting power in hands of women

Stephanie Woollard went from Down Under to the top of the world to find out if one person can make a difference.

Turning teens away from crime

Rotary clubs in Canada invest in the PACT program, an urban peace initiative that aims to break the cycle of youth

From peace fellow to international advocate

Rotary peace fellow creates Red Dot Foundation to fight street harassment and violence against women.

 
 
Club News
The St. Michael-Albertville Rotary Club is pleased to announce that St. Michael- Albertville High School juniors Kyle Swenson and Samantha Duerr were recognized as the Rotary Students of the month for March.

Members of the St. Michael-Albertville and Monticello Rotary Clubs along with the Crisis Nursery and Family Youth Community Connections (FYCC) have teamed up to provide beds for kids who otherwise would not have a bed to sleep in.

There are hundreds of children in our area who sleep on a floor rather than in a bed.  We are providing these beds to the kids at no cost, but to the kids who get the beds they are priceless.  The children apply via Family Youth Community Connections (FYCC) who coordinates with Crisis Nursery, Rivers of Hope, Wright County Human Services, and the School Districts of Wright County for this program.

The local Rotary Clubs have been successful in securing additional donations of bed frames, mattresses, bedding sets, plush animal toys and books to help us stretch the dollars that our clubs can contribute to this very exciting project.

However, there is still a need and we would be happy to accept the donations of cash, bedding, pillows, full size sheet sets, full size blankets, and full size comforters provided the items are NEW. Anyone that would like more information about this project is welcome to contact any Rotarian from St. Michael-Albertville or Monticello or Call Sandy from FYCC at (763) 416-7912.

 

Donation drop off sites are Courage Kenny of Albertville, Tree of Life, Financial Security Bank, and Community Development Bank. 

The St. Michael-Albertville Rotary Club is pleased to announce that St. Michael- Albertville High School juniors Paige McAloon, Jillian Testa, and Antoria Glass were recognized as the Rotary Students of the Month for January.
STMA Rotary strives to improve the quality of life for our community members and to meet it's needs through targeted projects.
 
Projects include Beds for Kids, Student of the Month, Cork & Keg 5K fundraiser, Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, Fish Fry fundraiser to support WEB, Library project in Cambodia, Wakami Village project in Guatemala, Little Libraries and water fountains in our parks, Read Across America, Adopt-a-highway, and many more.
 
We support local programs and organizations, such as STMA Robotics Team, Crisis Nursery, FYCC, St. Michael Royalty, Albertville Royalty, Super Mileage Club, Open Streets, Shelter Box, student scholarships, and ending human trafficking.
 
 
 
Rotary International News
Fluid approach to water

How Rotary has changed to help people get clean water for longer than just a few years

Profile Rotary member forms Roots of Peace to remove land mines

Profile: A vine ideaHeidi KühnRotary Club of San FranciscoHeidi Kühn arrived in Utsunomiya, Japan, in 1975, a few months after the end of the Vietnam War. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange

Putting power in hands of women

Stephanie Woollard went from Down Under to the top of the world to find out if one person can make a difference.

 

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