About Red Wing Rotary
What is Rotary? Rotary is an organization of business and professional men and women united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. There are 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide united under the Rotary banner of Service Above Self.
What is Red Wing Rotary? Established in 1986, the Red Wing Rotary Club is a group of community members who gather each Tuesday at noon for lunch, fellowship and service. We are always looking for new members to join us. We hold informative and energetic one-hour meetings in the historic St. James Hotel in downtown Red Wing, Minnesota. Rotarian visitors are always welcome.
Where is Red Wing? Located on the Wisconsin border, Red Wing is less than an hour from both the Twin Cities and Rochester and the 16,000 residents enjoy a high quality of life and generations of community pride. Defined by the upper Mississippi river valley and surrounded by limestone bluffs and hardwood forests, Red Wing is a popular tourist and retail destination. Red Wing's natural beauty is complimented by its Native American heritage, historic buildings, spacious parks and generous business community.
How do I attend? Red Wing Rotary Meetings are held every Tuesday Noon at the historic St. James Hotel. We are usually in the Mississippi Room, in the lower level. A few Tuesdays a year we are off-site, touring local businesses and organizations, so it is always good to contact the hotel and confirm - 651-388-2846
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Contact Red Wing Rotary:
Red Wing Rotary PO Box 353
Red Wing, MN 55066