Vocational Ethics Day, April 18
Meeting Time -- 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Edina Country Club
5100 Wooddale Ave.
Edina, MN  55424
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The Area 3 Vocational Ethics Day is planned for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. this Thursday, April 18, at the Edina Country Club. The keynote speaker at this year's event is Jerome Mayne. Since 2002, he has been speaking on the topics of fraud and ethics for associations and Fortune 500 companies in Canada, Mexico and the United States.
All Rotarians are encouraged to attend. You do not need to register for this meeting.
Held every year for all clubs in Rotary Area 3, Vocational Ethics Day is organized by Dan Hallberg, along with a committee of Rotarians from area clubs. For more information, contact Dan Hallberg at 952-541-0352.
Ready for some fun and friendly competition? Then put on your thinking caps and join us Wednesday, April 17 at Wooden Hill Brewery for Trivia Mafia
The Details:
Wooden Hill Brewery 
7421 Bush Lake Rd
Edina, MN 55439
6:15/6:30 pm Rotaract members gather
7pm (trivia starts)
We will try to have as many Rotaract members at one table, but if we have to split, the team that wins the most points overall will get bragging rights ;) 
We hope to see you there, don't be afraid to bring friends!
The Rotary Club of Edina’s Youth Service Committee will work on an annual literacy project in April.
Rotarians will read the story to third-graders at Cornelia Elementary School, 7000 Cornelia Drive, 1-1:30 p.m. and 1:30-2 p.m. Tuesday, April 23. After the reading, each student will be presented a paperback copy of the book.

Let's be of service, Rotarians! It is time for the Rotary Club of Edina's bi-annual visit to Feed My Starving Children in Chanhassen. The date for our spring volunteering event is Saturday, May 4, from 9 to 11 a.m. Feed My Starving Children is at 18732 Lake Drive East in Chanhassen, right off Highway 5 and Dell Road. We will pack enough food to feed over 60 people for a year in just two hours. Rotarians are invited to bring family and friends and any child over the age of 5 is welcome. This is a great family event.

Please register online on our website so that we have the 25 people we need to fill our commitment. You can also sign up through Feed My Starving Children by going here.

For more information or questions, contact Mike Sitek, chair of the event.

The foundation of the Rotary Club of Edina recently awarded more than $45,000 in grants to local non-profit organizations benefitting the community.
The following grants were awarded:
  • Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter -- $2,636 for laptops or tablets to support volunteer-driven Alzheimer’s education
  • Athletes Committed to Educating Students -- $2,500 for classroom improvements for fourth through eighth-graders
  • Better Futures Minnesota -- $2,500 for a warehouse forklift to train men in appliance recycling, property maintenance and ReUse Retail sales warehouse service line of businesses
  • Can do Canines -- $4,700 for kids to train and place assistance dogs
  • Cornerstone Advocacy Services -- $3,400 for furnishings in therapy spaces
  • Edina Give & Go -- $4,000 to support their Instruments for All program
  • Fraser -- $5,000 for indoor play equipment
  • Gilda’s Club Twin Cities -- $2,500 for furniture and equipment to support their Children, Teen & Family Program
  • Hearts & Hammers Twin Cities -- $5,000 for equipment
  • Hearts & Hands Minnesota -- $1,500 for software
  • Hope Academy -- $1,500 for books for three classrooms
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association of Minnesota and the Dakotas -- $1,100 for water bottles for summer campers
  • Oasis for Youth -- $2,600 for laptops and cell phones to support their school-based outreach program
  • The Sheridan Story -- $3,500 for a lift gate for the food program’s delivery vehicle
  • True Friends -- $2,500 for improvements at Camp Eden Wood
Grants will be presented at upcoming meetings of the Rotary Club of Edina, which typically meets 12:15 p.m. Thursdays at the Edina Country Club, 5100 Wooddale Ave.
Money for grants awarded by the Edina Rotary Foundation is raised at an annual fall fundraiser and gala and donations made throughout the year.  For more information about Community Service – Local Funding, contact Directors Brandon Azbill, 612-964-8203, or Paul Peterson, 952-292-1533.
Fireside Chats are meetings, hosted by Club members, that give everyone an opportunity to voice their opinions on Club activities, traditions, and service projects.
Our Spring 2019 Host schedule is:
May 21: Joe Hayes
May 22: Tim Murphy
May 23: Gordy Lewis
May 24: Paul Mooty
The Rotary Club of Edina will award two $1,250 scholarships to deserving Edina High School graduates this spring. Scholarships will be given to seniors who exemplify the Rotarian motto of “Service Above Self” and have participated in Rotary programs such as Camp Enterprise, Camp RYLA and the Interact Club of Edina.
If you are interested in reviewing applications and determining the two scholarship winners in the next several weeks, please contact Jennifer Bennerotte, jbennerotte@EdinaMN.gov or 952-833-9520.
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