New Menomonie Rotary members

At its March 11 meeting, former president Michelle Dingwall inducted four new members into the 5:15 Option. From left, they are Dustyn Dubuque, Jane Mahoney, Luke Wagner and Wade Lambrigtsen. Not pictured:  Karen Hatfield, who was inducted on March 27 by past president, Sue Beety. Club president, Maggie Foote, presented the new members with a certificate and Rotary pin and officially welcomed them to the largest service organization in the world. Rotary International has over 1.2 million members in 35,000 clubs around the world. 

The Rotary Club of Menomonie recently inducted five new members into the new 5:15 Option.

Following club tradition, past presidents Michelle Dingwall and Sue Beety conducted the ceremonies.

The Rotary Club of Menomonie was chartered in 1923 and meets every Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at Olde Towne, Menomonie. The club recently added an additional meeting time, the 5:15 Option, to accommodate busy schedules for those who many not be able to get away during the day.

The 5:15 Option meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Silver Dollar, downtown Menomonie. Members are encouraged to attend whichever meeting time works for them. For those who prefer an early morning meeting, the Menomonie Sunrise Rotary Club meets at 6:45 a.m. each Thursday.

New members are always welcome. For more information visit Rotary Club of Menomonie Facebook page or

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A 5:15 option for a lower class?

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