Club News
Today we heard from Community Dental Care.  Founded in 1982 by 2 dentists, Community Dental Care became one of the first private clinics that focused primarily on serving low income patients from all walks of life.  Today this non-profit has 5 clinics and their staff speak more than 25 languages serving 50,000 people annually.
Our very own, Matt Schaap, serves on their Board of Directors.  To learn more about Community Dental Care, their mission and work, head to www.cdentc.org.
Today our guest was Jeff Mortensen, CEO of 360 Communities.  360 is celebrating their 50th year delivering safety and stability that improves lives.  Jeff entertained us with 360 trivia that included history of the organization.  He always gives an inspiring presentation and examples how 360 provides help in the moment and hope for the future.  We are grateful for our very own member, Lisa Lusk, who is the Director of Program @ 360 Communities as well as the Rosemount Family Resource Center.   To learn more about 360 and how you can help, visit www.360communities.org
 
 
 
 
In the first half of June, we heard from Joe Leko, Deputy Chief at the Dakota County Sheriff's office.   Joe has been there 25 years and gave us an overview of the office and all the tasks assigned to that office including court security, jail, transport (1400 per month), drug task force, water patrol, parks along with patrolling the 355 sq miles of rural Dakota County.  Joe is running unopposed for Dakota County Sheriff as the current Sheriff, Tim Leslie, is retiring.
 
Then we heard from our very own Rosemount Police Chief, Mikael Dahlstrom and we were introduced to our new Deputy Chief, Carson Thomas.  It was interesting to learn of Carson's varied background and how his career took him from California to Rosemount.
 
It's always great to hear from those that protect and serve.  We take a lot for granted sometimes but are grateful for the work of both the Sheriff's Office and our Police Department.
Today we heard from our new (Fall 2021) Public Works Director, Nick Egger
We learned several interesting facts (see below).  We talked about how we take these things for granted.
*  127 miles of local roads
*  166 cul de sacs
*   30 Parks
*   47 miles of trails
*   66 miles of public sidewalks
*  1600+ fire hydrants
*  122 miles of storm water pipe lines
*  600 basins
*   98 miles of sanitary sewer
 
Welcome to Rosemount Nick and thank you & your department for keeping things normal!
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Rosemount
Welcome to our Club!
Rosemount

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
The Meeting Point
14537 Dodd Blvd
Rosemount, MN 55068
United States of America
Our club meets every Wednesday except the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
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