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Plymouth Rotary Club is honored to support the Presents with Public Safety Event this season.  With funds donated to the event, City of Plymouth Police Officers and Plymouth Firefighters will distribute wrapped gifts containing a gift card to area families in need.  COVID has caused financial stress for many and this would be a way for them not only to buy gifts, but basic necessities.  Pictured (l-r) is Rotarian James Williams, City of Plymouth Police Chief Mike Goldstein, Community Relations Officer Jim Long and Rotarian Peter Bartling.

The City of Plymouth has canceled, modified or closed some recreation programs and facilities in compliance with a recent emergency executive order announced by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz.

The executive order, and associated city program and facility cancellations/closures, is effective 11:59 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, through 11:59 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18.  Click here for details on the City of Plymouth site.



Plymouth Heart Safe's CPR and AED training sessions are hoping to resume in January.  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 15 registered individuals per session.  Mask coverings and screening will be required.  Plymouth Rotary Club is proud to partner on this community program.
Sessions are just over an hour long and are available for adults and teenagers (8th grade and up).  All sessions are held at the Plymouth Public Safety Building located at 3400 Plymouth Blvd., adjacent to Plymouth City Hall. 
Wednesday, December 16th at 7pm  CANCELLED
Saturday, December 19th at 10am  CANCELLED
Wednesday, January 20th at 7pm  ON HOLD
Saturday, January 23rd at 10am   ON HOLD
Wednesday, February 24th at 7pm  ON HOLD
Saturday, February 27th at 10am   ON HOLD
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 is resuming hands only CPR and AED training; information above.  Click here for details.
Rotary in Action at IOCP in Plymouth!  With a huge thank you to individuals just like you, funds were raised to buy winter items for the Warm Heads, Warm Hands, Warm Hearts Rotary Project this season.  Pictured (l-r) is Liz Erstad-Hicks, Carol Parrish, Jill Kohler, Sonja Carr and Cheryl Bangasser.
Plymouth Rotary Club visited PRISM in Golden Valley to provide gloves, mittens and hats for the Warm Heads, Warm Hands, Warm Hearts, Rotary Project.  Pictured is PRISM's Volunteer Manager, Nolan Isaacson and Plymouth Rotarian, Jon Ginther.

A beautiful day in the neighborhood...Plymouth Rotary Club teamed with other Rotary Clubs including Minneapolis City of Lakes, Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis #9, St. Cloud, Burnsville Breakfast and Orono on Saturday, October 10th to complete the path at Crescent Cove in Brooklyn Center.  Rotary International District 5950 approved a grant that will provide outdoor musical instruments in this new area.  Click here to connect with Crescent Cove

Huge thank you to Club Members Carol Parrish for coordinating and Don Weber who took photos:  Click here to see.


Many hands make light directed by Orono Rotarian/Maple Plain Councilmember, John Fay and Maple Plain Mayor, Julie Maas-Kusske, a dozen-plus volunteers went to work Saturday and build upon the Veterans Memorial Park in Maple Plain.  Representation included Rotarians from Orono, Buffalo, Monticello, Plymouth and Minnesota Veterans!  It is the goal to have the memorial completed in time by Veterans Day, November 11th.
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.