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If you don’t have this ticket, no worries. You can purchase one at the door! We look forward to seeing you there! Thursday, March 8, 6pm!

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Lots of fun at this one of a kind art auction in Burlington this Thursday the 8th! Come and enjoy a night of food and drinks while supporting literacy!

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An inspiring and rewarding day for over 50 Rotarians who distributed 1000 books and read to children in five elementary schools on Monday! Visit The Hawkeye website to see more pictures!

Students in grades pre-K through two at Burlington's five public elementary schools got a visit from Rotary Club members Monday as they stopped by to read

Coming soon! Art for Literacy Event, March 8th, 2018 at the Hotel Burlington.

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Get your tickets now! Art for Literacy Auction! Thursday, March 8th! Food, drink, and special music by Ed Mansheim! Bid on your favorite art piece!

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Something for everyone! Bidding on local and fine art! Food and wine at the event. An auction to support literacy and youth activites in the Burlington area. For tickets call Matt Rinker at 750-5156 or or visit the Burlington Art Center. Tickets also available at the door.

Thu 6:00 PM CSTThe Hotel Burlington

Judith Mansheim, daughter of Ed and Amanda Mansheim, poses for a cute picture on the Rotary bench at Dankwardt Park Saturday. They were out enjoying the weather, park, and Rotary playground. Rotary has built many playgrounds in Burlington. Look for a sign or bench like this which recognizes Rotary's contributions in the community.

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Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

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Mr. Murphy and the BHS Jazz Band gave an outstanding musical performance today! Thank you!!

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Supporting literacy is one of our many missions. We are committed to children and the importance of reading and learning. Burlington Rotary gives a book to each child to take home and keep. This month was a lot of fun with glow in the dark pages that prompted a mini-field trip!

Once again, our Annual Rotary Auction was a big success! We raised over $3,000 dollars for the Burlington Rotary Service Foundation Scholarship Program!! A big thank you to those Rotarians that gave so generously!! Thank you to our auctioneers, Joel Sieren, Jerry Derby, and Rob Ritson!

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Please meet our newest members of Rotary, Sue Sorensen and Destiny Hellyer! Welcome to the Burlington Rotary!!

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We are deeply sadden by Sharon Ford's passing. Her welcoming smile and friendly hello was always a warm greeting at each Rotary meeting. She worked tirelessly at many Rotary events and was always grateful for the books Rotary provided to the Headstart children. She was a true leader and class act in every way. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. We will miss her.

Sharon L. Ford, 78, of West Burlington, died at 11:09 p.m. Monday, November 20, 2017, at the Great River Hospice House in West Burlington.Born August 31,

Rotarian Kay Weiss and Community Coordinator, Jacque Crable along with many other community members will be volunteering their time at the Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at BHS. Hundreds of meals will be served or delivered to any one who would enjoy a delicious meal. Jacque and others have been serving over 25,000 meals and 2,000 turkeys since 1995!!

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Thank you Tim Lundgren! We are happy to support the Coats For Kids project!!

Local elementary schoolers have to walk up to a mile to get to school. For middle schoolers, it’s up to two miles.In the winter, that trek can