Turkey Trot 2017- Thanksgiving Day at 8:00 a.m.

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The walk/run will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Registration and Shirt pick-up will be from 7:00 to 7:45 a.m. at the Le Sueur Community Center

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Backpack Program

Each week we will pack approximately 100 bags of food to be distributed to local children in need of additional nutritional support during out of school days. This program is sponsored by the Le Sueur Rotary Club along with donations from local business and community members. The Le Sueur Lions Club is a partner in this service project. In December 2016, Le Sueur Rotarians also packed over 70 "Christmas Bags" with Christmas meals for families. A picture of some of those bags is seen to the left of this text. On December 19 of this year, we will again be packing "Christmas Bags"for families.

Game NIght for members and guests

Rotary Club of Le Sueur fellowship and fun with laughter, amicable competition, good food and drink.

End Polio Now - Rotary's Number One Goal

Rotary's priority project is to eradicate Polio worldwide. From over 350,000 cases every year in the late 80's to 37 cases in 2016, great progress has been made. But we aren't there yet -- not until there are no cases worldwide. The Rotary Club of Le Sueur, with community support via our fundraisers, has been a leader in Rotary District 5960 (parts of MN and WI) in donating to the End Polio Now campaign. Because of this giving, this crippling disease can be and is being prevented.

Polinator Project with Hilltop Elementary and Ney Center

In this Rotary Club of Le Sueur project in conjunction with the Ney Center, Hilltop Elementary School 4th and 5th Grade students learn about the importance of pollinators -- from bees to bats -- and create pollinator habitat.


Our Rotary club has adopted American Legion Park in Le Sueur. We are pleased to serve our great community in this way.