Club News
What impressed our club about our January Student of the Month, Michael Thomas, was how humble he was.
In his words, "I want to make a change in the world".  To start off, Michael acknowledged what made him successful.  First, he recognized his teachers at RHS.  Second, his peers, who inspired him to do well.  In addition to his rigorous schedule, Michael is an accomplished French Horn player and tutors other students after school but his favorite activity is the Science Olympiad.
We learned from Calvin Keasling (RHS Assistant Principal) that Michael is a finalist for a Quest Bridge scholarship, which is an extremely high honor.  Our club wishes you the best and we know that you will make an impact in this world.
Our club enjoyed meeting our December Student of the Month, Nora Hague.
Chad Terry (RHS Counselor) introduced Nora as a "dream student", "bold" & "a change maker".
Nora explained to us how she searches for meaning in everything she does.   Her life of service was evident in her outside school activities which include serving on the City's Youth Commission, volunteering with 360 Communities and the Food Shelf.  She put together a wonderful PowerPoint of her varied activities.
Nora's enthusiasm was clearly noticeable and our club wishes her the best as she pursues a degree in Computer Science.
Today, we met our November Student of the Month, Brayden Herzberg.   He was described to us as extremely kind, caring, intelligent and who embodies the AAA philosophy.  His dream is to become a propulsion engineer (astronaut).  Listening to Brayden, it was apparent he lives a life of service.   He tudors students and coaches with the Dakota Hawks (an adaptive athletic team).  To earn money for his future schooling, Brayden built and sold model rockets on Etsy.   Now he has turned his creative passion to custom T-shirts on Etsy.   Our club is sure that Brayden will boldly go where no one has gone before and that he will realize his dream.  
Today, we welcomed our first Student of the Month for the 2023-24 school year.
When Principal Pete Roback asked for nominees from the counselors, Yayra Kpetsu's name was a recurring submission.
Yayra came to Rosemount in the beginning of her sophomore year.   She is originally from Togo, Africa.
What impressed Yayra about school here was that it was free....that there was a personal relationship with the teachers....that there were so many clubs to be a part of.  And speaking of clubs, Yayra has enjoyed the Boxing club @ RHS.   We learned that volunteering is one of her passions.  Yayra is a JAM Captain and mentors students.  Her ambition is to become an attorney.  Our club wishes you the best and know that a bright future awaits you.
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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 a.m.
The Rosemount (Senior Living at Steeple Center)
14344 Cameo Ave W
Rosemount, MN 55068
United States of America
Our club meets every Wednesday except the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Speakers
Camp Enterprise Students
Mar 06, 2024
RHS Student's Camp Enterprise Experience
No Meeting
Mar 13, 2024
Student of the Month
Mar 20, 2024
Penny Schumacher
Mar 27, 2024
The Grief Club of Minnesota
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