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Plymouth MN Rotary is honored to have David Ulrich as our guest speaker on Thursday, August 6th from Twin Metals Minnesota.  Copper for wind power and broadband networks. Nickel for electric cars and medical devices. Cobalt for smart phones and batteries. The world demands more and more metals every day. The minerals we have in Minnesota can help supply this demand.  Click hear to join us Thursday.
 
"I was lucky enough to be able to travel to other countries and see firsthand that other people may live slightly differently than us, but their cultures had a lot to offer that we could learn from ourselves", Ambassador Nicholas Collins.
 
The Borgen Project believes that leaders of the most powerful nation on earth should be doing more to address global poverty. We’re the innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy.  
 

Congratulations Class of 2020!  Plymouth MN Rotary is proud of you.  Six area students are this year's scholarship recipients:
 
Caroline Sassan
George Lyu
Shane Povitz
Ella Harris
Natalie Ku
Mariana Sorensen
 
Scholarships were provided from Plymouth MN Rotary, MN Shakthi Global Foundation and the Frank G. Jewett III Memorial Scholarship.  Have a wonderful summer students and good luck this fall!
 
 
Trader Joe's in Minnetonka and Plymouth Rotary is delivering smiles!  On Saturday Rotary members, Mary Christensen and Carol Parrish delivered Trader Joe's donated flowers to Brookdale Senior Living and Cherrywood Pointe in Plymouth.  People in action....Rotary in action.
 
 
Nguyet Bui of Imagine Stitch in Medina has altered her wedding and formal attire business to protective masks!  Pictured with Rotary Member, Mary Christensen, the 130 masks will be delivered by Rotary members to four area nursing homes to help protect staff and residents.  Thank you to Imagine Stitch for being part of the Rotary Community!