You may see us in our “People of Action” shirts working in a park, leading youth events, presenting BINGO at Giant Days, packing food bags for children, or greeting visitors to the Turkey Trot.
- Backpack Nutrition Program which provides weekend food for students in need
- STRIVE (Students Taking a Renewed Interest in the Value of Education) mentoring program
- City of Le Sueur Adopt-a-Park at both American Legion and Pierre Le Sueur Parks
- Christmas in the Valley Santa House and the Gathering Tree in Mother Louise Park
- GIANT$ Reality Challenge for LSH students
- Rotary Clock in downtown Le Sueur
- Rotary Youth Exchange
- Participation in Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign
- Support of Rotary humanitarian projects worldwide
The standard of high business and professional ethics is a part of Rotary. For example, as members of the Rotary Club of Le Sueur, we use the Four-Way Test in our business and personal lives. The test asks the following questions:
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
The Le Sueur Rotary Club was chartered on February 4,1948. We have about 30 members from diverse careers and are always looking for business and professional persons and community service volunteers to become members. The first Rotary Club was started by attorney Paul P. Harris in 1905. Mr. Harris formed the club so that professionals from varied vocations could get together to exchange ideas and form long-lasting friendships. The ideal of service soon became a part of Rotary. The members rotated their meetings between each other’s offices – the origin of the name Rotary. Rotarians now number 1.3 million participating in clubs all around the world.