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Press Release: December 6, 2017.

The Minnetonka Rotary is pleased to announce that their fundraising event “Links & Libations” held on September 14, 2017 at The Glen Lake Golf Course was a successful event in the fact that it raised $31,607 for the Minnetonka Rotary Foundation to disburse into the communities of Hopkins / Minnetonka. Chris Carr went on to say, “The team we put together was extremely dedicated. We sold more raffle tickets, more sponsors participated, more silent auction items were provided,  which shows that the community was behind us helping us to raise these funds.  I am happy to say that our club members kept their focus and did an outstanding job by contributing their skills and time to achieve this result which exceeded our fundraising efforts of 2016.  The team is responsible for our success. We also owe a special thanks to our sponsors and the many generous contributors.”

The total amount raised was presented today to The Minnetonka Rotary Foundation, with our focus on “Building Responsible Youth”, last year disbursed funds for, Hopkins High School Scholarship, Minnetonka High School Scholarship, Teens Alone / MoveFwd, Pinky Swear, and helping to fund foreign exchange students.

The Minnetonka Rotary Foundation also generously funds Empty Bowls, Resource West, ICA Food Shelf, Open Circle, Anu Family Services as well as other monthly initiatives. The Minnetonka Rotary wants to thank the community for helping to support our efforts in “Building Responsible Youth”. Next years event will even be better as we try to make it more relatable and fun for our communities. The Minnetonka Rotary meets Wednesdays at 7:15am in The Eisenhower Community Center on Hwy 7 between Hwys 169 and 494.

For more information on The Minnetonka Rotary go to:      http://www.minnetonkarotary.org

2017 Fundraiser Results 

Pictured here are Minnetonka Rotary Fundraising Chair Chris Carr, Minnetonka Rotary President Jacob Milner, and Minnetonka Rotary Foundation  Member Char Murphy with a big check transferring the money to the Minnetonka Rotary Foundation.