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St. Michael-Albertville

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Liberty Restaurant
25 Central Ave E
St. Michael, MN 55376
United States of America
Most Tuesdays from 12-1pm, except the first Tuesday of each month we meet at BK Taphaus for happy hour at 4:30 instead.
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John Sever a champion of polio eradication dies

Rotary member John Sever’s work to end polio spanned decades and was marked by unwavering determination and resolve.

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France's commitment to a polio-free world

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France’s commitment to a polio-free worldPARIS (4 May 2024) – Rotary International presented its Polio Eradication Champion Award to French President Emmanuel Macron

Stand by me: The value of peer to peer support

On TikTok and on campus, students with mental health struggles are finding support among each other.

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The provider pipeline

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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, STMA Student of the Month, Cork & Keg 5K fundraiser, WinterFest, Fish Fry fundraiser at American Legion, Library project in Cambodia, Wakami Village project in Guatemala, WASH project in Honduras, Little Libraries, water fountains and benches in local parks, Read Across America, Adopt-a-highway, and many more.
 
We support many local programs and organizations, such as student scholarships, STMA Robotics Team, STMA Music, Crisis Nursery, FYCC, St. Michael Royalty, Albertville Royalty, Open Streets, and many more!
 
 
 

STMA Rotary, 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.

This program can always use 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) 496-6820.

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

Rotary International News
John Sever a champion of polio eradication dies

Rotary member John Sever’s work to end polio spanned decades and was marked by unwavering determination and resolve.

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France's commitment to a polio-free world

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France’s commitment to a polio-free worldPARIS (4 May 2024) – Rotary International presented its Polio Eradication Champion Award to French President Emmanuel Macron

Stand by me: The value of peer to peer support

On TikTok and on campus, students with mental health struggles are finding support among each other.

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