Welcome to Aitkin Lakes Rotary. This Club was organized June 10, 1995 and is proud to continue a tradition of service above self. This service above self is visible in the local community, our region, and internationally. Aitkin Rotary strives to help the youth of our community through many projects.
The Aitkin Rotary Club meets every 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesdays of the month at 12:15 p.m. at the 40 Club in Aitkin, MN. You, too, could find fulfillment through service above self.
Anna Beneke and Taylor Crotty spent a week in July attending the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Camp at the University of Minnesota-Crookston campus, and recently shared their experience with the Aitkin Lakes Area Rotary Club.
Aitkin Lakes Area Rotary Club members participated in the 2016 National Walk to School Day in October, walking with Rippleside Elementary students from The Journey North Church. Members participating were Adam Hoogenakker, Cindi Hills and Bernie Novak.
Aitkin Lakes Area Rotary Club Member Cindi Hills visits with blood drive participants at First Lutheran Church in Aitkin.
Past President Bill Fox exchanges the gavel with Incoming President (2016-18) Adam Hoogenakker.
2015 Service Above Self award – Jim Blakesley; 2015 Rotarian of the Year – Joe Gans.
Mto Wa Mbu Orphanage Project
October 7, 2015 National Walk to School Day, Rippleside Elementary. Rotary members include Henry Brucker, Cindi Hills, Bernie Novak, Maria Orlowski, Kirk Peysar and Tim Steffens.
All the Rotary blood donors!
BOOK BUDDIES – Aitkin Lakes Area Rotary Club member Joe Gans works on crafts with kindergarten students at Rippleside Elementary School in Aitkin.
The Aitkin Area Lakes Rotary Club held its spring ditch cleaning May 4, picking up trash along a two-mile stretch of Hwy. 169 south of Aitkin.
Day: Every 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesdays of the month