The Rotary Club of Northfield's weekly meetings are canceled through April 30th. Members please watch your email for information on virtual meetings.

Service Above Self

Are you interested in serving your community? Are you interested in being part of an organization that has a huge impact on changing our world for the better?

The Rotary Club of Northfield strives to do this by living our motto – Service Above Self. Our club meets each Thursday at 12 pm at the Northfield United Methodist Church for fellowship and a meeting. We would love to have you to join us!

Why Rotary?

Rotary is Northfield at its best. Active, alive, engaged. The connections I have made through the Rotary club have been surprising, unexpected and inspirational. Non-profits, banks, civic leaders, law firms, retirees (just to name a few); the people in this club propel activities forward for the good of all. That's why I'm a Rotarian. - Jesse Steed

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Northfield

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
United Methodist Church
1401 Maple Street
Northfield, MN 55057
United States of America
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