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Club Meetings
Thursdays, 12-1 p.m.
Celt's Pub
200 3rd St.
Farmington, MN 55024
May 25 - Sarah Bodensteiner, Dakota County Master Gardners
June 1 - Karen Peterson, Hope for Tomorrow
June 8 - Stephanie Plaster & Jennifer Horton, The Link
June 15 - Club assembly
June 22 - Tony Brama, Peru backpack project
June 29 - Brian McGlinn, Dakota County Crisis Response
Upcoming Events

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Farmington

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
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Spring has sprung in Minnesota, and after a long winter many of us are digging in the dirt. But do we really know what we're doing? Why won't my hydrangeas bloom? Should I plant wildflowers in my yard? What kind of tomato plants should I buy?
Sarah Bodensteiner with Dakota County Master Gardeners will answer your questions when she speaks to Farmington Rotary on May 25. Master Gardeners are committed to providing the highest quality, research-based horticultural information and educational activities that enhance our community’s environment and quality of life. All gardening-enthusiast guests are invited to join us, or even those who don't want to garden but want to learn more about Farmington Rotary.
Hope for Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization based in Minnesota, whose mission is to empower young teens to realize their full personal and academic potential by reinforcing critical life skills through mentoring relationships with caring adults. Hope for Tomorrow partners with schools to mentor students who have strong potential for personal growth and academic achievement, and who could benefit from some additional support and guidance.
Karen Peterson will speak to Farmington Rotary on Thurs., June 1 about this important program. Guests are always welcome!
Why does Farmington Rotary host Ramble Jam? Here are two of many reasons.
The Farmington Rotary Club board of directors approved the following donations at the May 17 board meeting, bringing the club's 2017 donations to $12,750 to date.
Fast for Hope is an international service project of our Rotary District 5960. ShelterBox is a Rotary Project Partner. Check out the links for more information.