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Rotary 2016 Rose Parade Float “Working Together for Peace”Rotary 2016 Float Working Together for Peace

Rotary International District 5580 Governor Craig Loughery and his wife Diane Loughery met with the Thief River Falls 2015-2016 Rotary Board Member.

October 27, 2015

October 27, 2015

The Thief River Falls Rotary Club’s annual Rose Sale is underway. If you’re interested in gorgeous blaze orange roses for that special someone in your life, talk to any Rotary Club member. Or email to find a Rotary Club member.

A dozen roses are $25. A dozen roses in a vase are $40. You have your choice of orange or red roses. Orange roses are available on a first-ordered, first-served basis.




More pictures from the Thief River Falls Rotary-Lions Golf Social held Monday, September 21, 2015

The Thief River Falls Rotary Club defeated the Lions club  during the 10th Annual Golf Social on Monday, September 21, 2015.  Thief River Falls Lions Vice President Jim Hellie (standing in for current Lions President Mike Reishus) kisses the brass bucket trophy while handing it to Thief River Falls Rotary Club President Richard Laager.DSC_0167

The Thief River Falls Rotary Club is proud to announce the 2015 Rose Sale. This annual fundraiser helps support the fight against polio as well as local programs such as providing dictionaries to the Thief River Falls 3rd grade students.

If you’re interested in purchasing some gorgeous roses for that special someone in your life, please see the order form, and contact a Rotarian.


Rotary Youth Leadership Camp

Thief River Falls Rotary President Richard Laager presented Certificates of Recognition to Devin Hutton (left) and Kaylee Eskeli (center) for participation in the Rotary Youth Leadership Camp which was held July 12-18.

The Thief River Falls Rotary Club has pledged over $2,000 to help the people in Nepal following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and subsequent 7.3 magnitude earthquake.  News outlets report that the earthquakes have claimed the lives of an estimated 8,125 people and affected an estimated eight million people (one million of whom are children).  All funds will be sent to the local Nepalese Rotary District 3292, where a disaster relief fund has been established.

Speaking on the disaster, Thief River Falls President Joe Hedrick said, “The people of Nepal need our help.  The enormous loss of life can never be replaced, but with our help they can begin to rebuild.  As Rotarians we must always remember our principle motto ‘Service Above Self’.”

Thief River Falls Rotary President Richard Laager presents a check of $250 to Brigham from Boy Scout Troup 57 for his Eagle Scout project repairing and improving parts of the Riverwalk.

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