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On December 15th, we hosted our annual Senior Holiday Luncheon. Thanks to Synergy Dance Center and the Farmington High School New Dimensions choir for performing!
 
This is absolutely one of Rotary's favorite events of the year, and we are so pleased to have been able to share this time with our community.
 
Our January Student of the Month is Brooklyn Green!
 
Brooklyn is a senior at Farmington High School. She was a new student at Farmington a couple years ago. She now helps new student by giving tours and helping new students find the best way to get from class to class. Ms. Kelly describes her as a wonderful, generous and responsible student who is great at connecting herself and others with resources both at school and outside of the school. She is in the Diversity club at FHS and club leader Mr. Williams says Brooklyn is a beautiful person and will do great things in this world. Next year she will be attending Normandale Community College and then wants to transfer to a 4 year college after that. She is not sure exactly what she wants to do yet but mentioned being an ASL interpreter. In her spare time, Brooklyn works at Bourbon Butcher and babysits. Pictured are dad, mom and little bother.
 
Zach Dahl was our December Student of the Month!
 
Zach is a senior at FHS. His football coach introduced him and mentioned that Zach is a good leader on and off the field. He has been involved in Victory Day at FHS. Victory Day allows kids with mental or physical challenges to encounter the "Friday Night Lights" experience. Zach also takes the Unified PE course at school and says that it is the main reason he likes going to school. Next year Zach is playing football (defensive end) at Minnesota State Moorhead. He is unsure of a major but mentioned business or special education. His mom and dad accompanied him today and they are both very proud. They both shed a tear talking about Zach, which lead most of us to also tear up.
 
Members of the Farmington Rotary Club got together at the end of the year to celebrate the holidays!  A big thank you to Muddy Water Studio, located in Farmington, for hosting us!
 
Our November student of the Month was Daisy Hubred from Farmington High School.
 
Daisy is described by her counselor, Katie Kelly(pictured), as a quiet leader. Katie goes on to say that Daisy has great communication skills, is kind, compassionate and always has a positive attitude. Her mother and father, Lindsey and Ben (Pictured) came with her today and are so proud of her. Daisy is taking multiple advanced courses at FHS. She is going to MN State Moorhead next year and studying Accounting. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening to music and watching all the Stars Wars movies with her dad.
 

This week, the Farmington Rotary Club honored Kaitlyn Kohler as Student of the Month.  Kaitlyn is a senior at Farmington High School. She is described as making a beautiful impact on her classmates and friends, who is always lifting people up and great at problem solving. She was on the homecoming court this year. Kaitlyn enjoys painting, drawing and other art activities. She states everyone deserves love and enjoys finding common ground with everyone and mentions feeling misunderstood at times - something she'd like to help others not feel. In her free time, Kaitlyn works at Starbucks. Next year she wants to go to college but is still unsure of where and what she wants to study.

 
Members of the Farmington Rotary Club attended the Rambling River Center's 40th Anniversary party, held on Thursday, September 22nd.  A big congratulations to the City of Farmington and all members of the Rambling River Center for achieving the 40 year milestone.
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Life during wartime: a frontline report

As the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approached, a firsthand account shows how Rotary members are responding to this humanitarian crisis.

Rotary projects around the globe - February 2023

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the United States, Bolivia, the United Kingdom, Spain, and Malaysia.

Remembering Jewish Salonica

Albert Bourla's story of how his parents survived the Holocaust provides a vivid picture of the Jewish experience in Thessaloniki. His story has important lessons today for all of us in our very troubled world.

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