Rotary Club of Downtown Sioux Falls
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Downtown Rotarians will be hosted at the Sanford International Golf Tournament on Monday, September 17th.

An email with registration instructions was sent to Downtown Rotarians.  If you are unable to locate it, please contact Angie Kuiper at 605-743-0927.

Our speaker will be Esteban Toledo, one of the PGA Tour Champions golfers. Esteban is originally from Mexico and outside of golf, works to make education and golf accessible for all children. We will hear more about his life story as well as the charitable work he does throughout the world. 

This event is limited to the first 120 members who RSVP.  No registrations will be accepted at the door.

Ticket Cost:  $20     Cash or check is preferred to speed the registration process. Please pay at the door.

Your RSVP will reserve a lunch for you at the event. For this event, we are not able to offer the option of not eating lunch since there is limited seating at the event venue and the caterer is preparing lunch for all attendees. Payment will be at the door.

Lunch Menu:  Havana Turkey Sandwich, Potato Salad, Chips, Fresh Baked Cookie & Bottled Water

Parking: NO PARKING is available at Minnehaha Country Club. Please carpool as much as possible and park at the Sherman Park Softball Complex. There will be a shuttle to take Rotarians to the golf course and back to the complex at the end of the event. A Rotary banner will be set up to mark the departure spot. Please plan to arrive early and that your return may be delayed due to the shuttle process.

Cancellations will be accepted prior to Monday, September 10th. In the event you have to cancel after Wednesday, September 12th, you will be invoiced for your lunch cost.

Spaces are now open for guests of Downtown Rotarians on a first-come basis while tickets last. Only pre-registered guests of Rotarians will be permitted.


Thank you to all who responded to the membership survey!  The response was tremendous with 108 members taking the time to give feedback on the future of the club.
Congratulations to Eric Erickson, Kayla Eitreim and Phil Schmitz for winning $50 Rotary Shop certificates! They were chosen randomly from those who completed the membership survey.
Be watching for more information to come on the results of the survey and future plans.
We were honored to have Governor Dennis Daugaard speak to the club about the landmark South Dakota vs. Wayfair Supreme Court case on Monday, August 6th. He discussed the implications it will have on the state and nation moving forward. He also addressed the next steps for finalizing the case and implementing the changes into law.
If you missed the meeting, you can watch Governor Daugaard's full presentation on the Facebook archive and the slides he shared are available to members on the Past Speaker Presentations Page.
Fellow Rotarian Dr. Brian Maher, Superintendent of Sioux Falls Public Schools, shared numerous statistics with club members on Monday, July 16 regarding current and projected student enrollment and how the district's facilities will be able to meet the needs of the increasing enrollment. A bond election is being discussed for this fall and if you'd like more information on this issue be sure to watch the Facebook video archived on the club's Facebook page and read through the statistics that Dr. Maher shared here.
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