Greeter Schedule
January 5 Greg Oxley
January 12 Doreen Runquist
January 19 Nick Stepka
January 26 Mike Supina
Inspiration Schedule
February 16 Cathy McCoy
February 23 Barry Minsker
March 2 Greg Oxley
March 9 Doreen Runquist
Weekly Checklist
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Upcoming Events
Board of Directors meeting
Ze's Diner
Feb 28, 2017
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
President Elect Training
Mar 09, 2017 – Mar 11, 2017
Board of Directors meeting
Ze's Diner
Mar 28, 2017
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Member Birthdays
Catherine McCoy
February 3
Gary Hansen
February 11
Andrew Pimental
February 18
Luther Wynder
February 24
Jerri Neddermeyer
March 23
Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Sergeant At Arms
Sign up for a Shift to End Hunger in Our Community


Sign up for a shift at the Cub store on Diffley from 1 to 3 on Saturday Feb 4.  We need at least 10 volunteers.  You can pickup a 1 or 2 hours shift to help bag groceries.  All donations will go to The Open Door.  See Jason for sign up times.
Last Week's Meet: 12/29/2016



We had a very full meeting for the last Thursday of 2016.


Eagan FunFest Ambassadors accept the BIG CHECK from President Eric Swanson.


Manalee Johnson, President - Eagan Citizens Crime Prevention Association

James McDonald, Eagan - Chief of Police


Save the Date!

Can you organize a group to take a two hour shift?

Support Eagan Community by Dressing Up and Showing Up!


Thirteenth Annual Eagan Rotary Gala
Be prepared to get your ticket from our very own frequent flying "visitor" Scott Swenson!  He is bringing tickets for the Gala to the meeting on January 5, and you can get yours on the spot!
The Gala starts at 6:00 on February 4th at the Eagan Community Center.  Put on your fancy clothes and have fun knowing the funds raised support Eagan Rotary Community Grants.
Invitation: Join Home Federal and DCRC for Coffee

SoupPerBowl Drive: Help TOD suit up for the big game
Coming Soon!  Keep your eyes open!  Starting in January, Eagan Kick-Start Rotary will be helping The Open Door gear up for the big game!  It will be simple, it will be easy, an it will impact so many people!  
Your SOUPER mission, should you choose to accept:
1.  You can put out a box with a SOUPER flyer at your work place (yes, the flyer will be wonderful and soon as I make it)
2.  You can bring the box and its SOUPER contents to Rotary meeting weekly and load it into a car for transport.
3.  You can take your box back to the work place for more SOUPER refills.
4.  You can sign-up to bag groceries at a participating CUB foods to support this SOUPER organization: The Open Door.
5.  You can sign-up SOUPER friends and network of SOUPER groups outside of SOUPER Kick-Start Rotary to help get this done for the SOUPER needy in our own SOUPER community.
More details to come!  Be ready!
Serving Families through Cooks for Kids


Friday, December 23, 2016
When others were doing the last minute holiday scramble, these six members of the Eagan Kick-Start Rotary Club were preparing home cooked meals for families tending to someone in the hospital.  Cooks for Kids at the Ronald MacDonald House is open for service every day of the year.  A huge thank you to Anchor Bank and Steve Dobin for sponsoring the event.
After a long day at the hospital, families look forward to a “home-away-from-home” cooked meal. Cooks for Kids groups who plan, purchase, prepare and serve meals are bright spots in the day of a family staying at the Ronald MacDonald House.  They encourage volunteers to gather a group of friends, family or co-workers to sign-up to serve a meal at any of the four locations. The kitchens have everything needed to chop, slice, sauté, roast and bake your way into a family's heart.

Check out this cool opportunity for your own group outside of Rotary:

Twin Cities Cooks for Kids

Mid Term Assembly Meeting on January 28th
Make plans now to attend the upcoming District Mid Term meeting on a Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 at Earle Brown Center in Brooklyn Park.  Attending the District meetings with other Rotary members from across the metro is a great way to learn more about Rotary and the projects that are going on.  Our club would like to see 10 members attend the meeting.  The cost is free and includes lunch.  Look for more details in an upcoming newsletter
2016 Presidential Theme
Feb 23, 2017
Flying a DC 10 over the Atlantic on 9/11 and figuring out where to land
Mar 02, 2017
Art Works Eagan
Mar 23, 2017
Apr 13, 2017
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