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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 on logo below.
Plymouth Rotary Club welcomes Jose Caceres, Business Development Manager with Ulteig Engineers Inc., a national company based in Fargo.  What occurred in Texas this past February has many pointing fingers, but in the end, 4.5 million homes and businesses were without power leading to shortages of water, food and heat due to electricity generation failure. 
Congratulations to the class of 2021!  Plymouth Rotary Club is honored to provide scholarships to the following high school seniors:
Miriam Manna: $1500 Rotary Scholarship (Armstrong High School)
Sabrina Nelson: $1500 Rotary Scholarship (Armstrong High School)
Sanjali Roy: $1500 Rotary Scholarship (Wayzata High School)
Benjamin Zhecheng Yu: $1000 Shakthi Foundation Scholarship (Wayzata High School)
"Thank you so much for this scholarship, it means a lot to me!"
"Thank you again for all your help, I am so grateful!"
"Thank you once again for the scholarship, it means so much to me."
Plymouth Rotary Club welcomes Jennifer Fernjack!  Optimism can reduce stress and help increase your brain’s “feel good” chemicals. Being open to such things as the power of upbeat music, gratitude, pets, laughter, random acts of kindness or facing fears, you can change or enhance your perception of life in the most trying times. Jennifer Fernjack shares her own story of how emotional grit helped her conquer the biggest challenge of her life. Click here to connect with Jennifer.

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.  

Thank you Congressman, Dean Phillips for joining Plymouth Rotary Club recently. Serving his second term for Minnesota's Third District, Congressman Phillips is a member of the House Ethics, Financial Services, and Foreign Affairs Committees, as well as the Democracy Reform Task Force, Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, and bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus. Click here to read Congressman Phillip's references to Plymouth and Chanhassen Rotary in Newsweek from April 8, 2021.  Courtesy of Newsweek.
IOCP, Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners, is inviting business leaders, HR professionals, and hiring managers to join them Wednesday, April 14th for Build the Network.  It is a free virtual event that will feature Tim O'Neill and Natalie Bullinger sharing successful ways to manage the pandemic in creating opportunities and helping job seekers.  Click here for details and to register.