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"All for the kids", Carol Parrish, Plymouth Rotary.

Plymouth Rotary is proud to announce the approval for a grant from the Rotary International District 5950 to support Crescent Cove Respite and Hospice Home for Kids in Brooklyn Center. Outdoor musical instruments will be added to the new play space at the home. Completion of the play area is expected by June 2021. Collaborating Rotary Clubs include Minneapolis City of Lakes, Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis #9, St. Cloud, Burnsville Breakfast and Orono.

Click here to connect with Crescent Cove


Established in 2000, Bloom Early Learning & Child Care is an accredited, award-winning, non-profit early learning center with a special mission to make the highest quality childcare, programs and curriculum accessible to the entire community.

Most parents must rely on childcare on a daily basis. For many single parents and low-income families, meeting the cost of high quality childcare is simply impossible. They may turn to family, friends or inexpensive professional caregivers less qualified to nurture their children’s development and prepare them for kindergarten.  

Fellow Rotarian, Melissa Musliner, the Bloom's Executive Director, is inviting you to their annual benefit on September 25th.  Click here for details.


UPDATE:  All five (5) sessions are filled.  We will provide information if additional dates are added.  Thank you.
Plymouth Heart Safe's CPR and AED training sessions are resuming.  In working with the City of Plymouth and following Minnesota Department of Health guidelines in navigating COVID-19, hands-only CPR and AED training will be offered at no charge.  Sessions will be limited to 12 registered individuals per session.  Mask coverings and screening will be required.  Plymouth MN Rotary is proud to partner on this community program.  Any questions, please call Norm at 763-238-8443 or email at
All sessions will be held at the Plymouth Public Safety Building located at 3400 Plymouth Blvd., adjacent to Plymouth City Hall.
Saturday, September 26th at 9am  FILLED
Wednesday, October 14th at 7pm  FILLED
Saturday, October 17th at 9am     FILLED
Wednesday, November 18th at 7pm  FILLED
Saturday, November 21st at 9am   FILLED
Thank you to our guest, Ashish Vazirani.  Ashish S. Vazirani is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the National Military Family Association.  Vazirani recently served as the Chief Development Officer of the Armed Services YMCA, is an accomplished leader and development executive with a track record of setting up organizations on a trajectory for growth.  Click here to contact Mr. Vazirani.
"Auto repair at The Lift is the vehicle for repairing lives. We’re changing the world one car at a time," founder Cathy Heying of The Lift Garage.  The Lift Garage is a 501c3 nonprofit aimed to move people out of poverty and homelessness by providing low-cost car repair, free pre-purchase car inspections, and honest advice that supports our community on the road to more secure lives.  Hats off to Cathy and her staff for the work they do!
The World Health Organization on 25 August announced that transmission of the wild poliovirus has officially been stopped in all 47 countries of its African region. This is a historic and vital step toward global eradication of polio, which is Rotary’s top priority.  Here's more details from Rotary International.
Plymouth MN Rotary is proud to partner with Hennepin County in the Adopt A Highway program.  Rotary members took the adopted stretches of roadway on Saturday to pick up trash and other debris.  Pictured (l-r) are James Williams, Peter Bartling and John Schoonover. To find out options or have your business participate, you can get more details at the  Hennepin County website.
It was a beautiful day in Plymouth as Rotary District Governor, Tom Gump, joined Plymouth MN Rotary on Thursday, August 20th.  Past Co-Presidents, Peter Bartling and James Williams presented awards including Paul Harris Fellow Awards. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, to the Rotary Foundation.
Rotary established the recognition in  1957 to encourage and show appreciation for substantial contributions to what was then the Foundation’s only program, Rotary Foundation Fellowships for Advanced Study, the precursor to Ambassadorial Scholarships.   Sharing the honor with the likes of U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Russian President Boris Yelstin, U.S. Astronaut James Lovell, and polio vaccine developer Jonas Salk, here is a list of local folks honored at the this event: Bruce Behm, Jim Bird, Jim Crenna, Carol Parrish, Kristen Miller (Sun Sailor), Jim Long (Plymouth Public Safety), Dave Kiser (CCX Media), Jeff Wosje, Steve Beachler, Chad Zejdlik, Dwain Erickson, Steven Juetten, Kevin Remde, Virginia Anthony, Meena Chettiar, Jill Kohler and Jon Ginther.  Congratulations!