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Plymouth Rotary Club welcomes Tasha and Shira from Living Proof MN.  Living Proof MN is a peer based program who supports those struggling with eating disorders through support groups, mentoring, a unique live in program and educational training for schools, sports teams and workplaces. 
 
 
Thank you for your service to our country!
 
The unveiling of Maple Plain's Veterans Memorial Park was Saturday. Several community organizations have worked together on this project over the past couple of years, including Plymouth Rotary Club and the Rotary District 5950.
 
   
 
(Photo above courtesy of Vickie Froehlich Photography)
 
Plymouth Rotary Club is honored to support Speaking Proudly.  Speaking Proudly is a competition offered for Minnesota girls in grades nine through 12 to develop their research, writing and speaking skills, plus present their opinions and values to judges.  Competition is scheduled for fall 2021 at the Minnesota State Capitol.  Good luck to the participants!  Click here for more details and to apply before September 11, 2021.  Pictured below (l-r) Rotarian, Carol Parrish, Speaking Proudly's Vikki Bleise and Plymouth Rotary President, Mary Christensen.
 
 
"Strong and noble like the heritage oak!" Plymouth Rotary Club presented retired City of Plymouth Public Safety Director/Police Chief, Mike Goldstein by planting a tree with a commemorative plaque Tuesday evening at the city offices. Thank you for your service! Pictured (l-r) James Williams, Mayor Jeff Wosje, Steve Beachler, Mike Goldstein, Glen Norton, John Schoonover, Mary Christensen and Chief Erik Fadden.
 
 
 
Summer and camping with the YMCA!  Plymouth Rotary Club is honored to support ten scholarships for deserving youth to attend the "Y's" summer program, building healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Pictured (l-r):   Ms. Jan Thome, Ridgedale Y Board Member;  Peter Bartling, Past Co-President of Plymouth Rotary Club;  Peter Gallus,  Ridgedale Y Board Chair;  James Williams, Past Co-President of Plymouth Rotary; and Mark Ihrke, Executive Director of Ridgedale YMCA.
 
Plymouth Rotary Club has a 40-plus-year history of serving the Plymouth, Minnesota area through service projects, community grants, scholarships for education, and the Plymouth Heart Safe CPR/AED training.  Plymouth on Parade, Fire & Ice Fishing Contest and Brewfest are just some activities. See a sample by clicking here or below.
 
   

The following is from Katie Lindenfelser, Founder & Executive Director at Crescent Cove

Over the past couple of years, we have been bringing to life new outdoor spaces for kids to enjoy and explore! The full play space project is nearing completion, but in the meantime, a number of outdoor musical instruments were recently installed and are ready for play. On his last respite visit, Lance got to try them out for the first time!  The musical instruments were generously donated by the following local Rotary Clubs: Minneapolis City of Lakes, Plymouth, Orono, Brooklyn Center, St. Cloud, Minneapolis #9, Burnsville, and Burnsville Breakfast, with a matching grant from Rotary District 5950.  

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't changed the fact that bystanders play a crucial role in improving survival rates for cardiac arrest. But providing potentially lifesaving CPR requires extra considerations amid the coronavirus crisis, according to temporary guidance from the American Heart Association.  Plymouth Heart Safe will resume free hands-only CPR and AED training this fall and we will update here.