As a club committee member, you help make Edina Morningside Rotary Club a successful, thriving and fun place. 
Edina Morningside Rotary Club members serve on committees that fulfill Rotary’s 6 Areas of Focus:
Promote Peace
Fight Disease
Provide Clean Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Save Mothers and Children
Support Education
Grow Local Economies
Got an Idea for a New Committee? 
If you are passionate about something, why not share that with others?
Examples: Climate Action, Senior Citizen Needs, Habitat for All, and more.
Edina Morningside Rotary Club members service in roles aligned with Rotary’s 5 Avenues of Service:
Club Service: Bob Laue rpl@edinalaw.com and Theo Grothe 
Meeting support including duty roster, greeters, ambassadors (check in table), special meetings (holiday party, foundation fair).
Community Service: Bob Schriver 
Develop and lead local service projects that address our community's needs, connect with local organizations (VEAP backpacks, Highway Clean Up, Junior Police, 363, special collections, Warm Heads/Hands/Hearts)
Environment and Sustainability: Bill Sierks
Guide club members to become more environmentally conscious. Provide ideas to conserve resources, prevent ecological harm, use renewable resources whereever possible, and engage club members in the creation of a club goal toward sustainability. (Arbor Day Tree Planting)
Fund Raising: Andrea Humphrey
Plan and manage fund raising activities (sponsorships, donations, auctions) aligned with club events (golf tournament, Pints for People)
International Service: Jim Bizal and Jeremy Newhouse 
Identify resources to develop international projects and design large and small local and international grants. Leverage local connections between Rotary clubs to give a project greater impact through collaboration, creating a network of local support. Project partners could include other Rotary clubs and Rotaract clubs and organizations with expertise and resources needed to accomplish a project's goals.
Membership: Carolyn Jackson 
Coordinate recruitment, on-boarding, orientation and retention of club members. 
Programs: Jay Brown 
Schedule speakers for weekly programs that inform and entertain.
Public Image/Website: John Pastor, Fei Wong McKhann
Present the club's image to the community. Promote the club's speakers and activities. Keep the club website up to date. Coordinate public image with Social Media committee.
Social: Mike Andersen 
Ensure that all club members are having fun. Plan a variety of social events for club members, guests, families. (Club family picnic, Brewtarians, Bunny's)
Social Media: Cathy Hogan 
Promote Rotary to the public to further understanding, appreciation and support for our Rotary in Edina. (Facebook, Linked In)
Vocational Service: Paul Nelson 
Rotary brings together business and professional leaders to exchange ideas, develop relationships and improve communities. (Monthly Career-Focused Vocational Gathering at the Mezz, Fireside Chats, Rotary in the Workplace)
Youth Exchange/Youth Service: Peter Kelley , Liisa Schmitt 
Empower young people to develop leadership skills while promoting peace through multi-generational relationships.