Our Mission

The Rotary Club of Anoka reflects the mission, core values and ethics of Rotary International. While participating globally, emphasizes service to the Anoka community, fostering leadership in our members, encourages diversity of vocations, focuses on youth, and creates an atmosphere fellowship and community spirit.

Rotary International

It is a worldwide organization of inspired business and professional leaders of more than 1.2 million members, who translate their passion into relevant social causes to change lives in their communities and promote world understanding and peace.

Anoka Rotary

Anoka Rotary began in 1979 and is made up of local business and professional leaders. Rotarians volunteer their time and resources to the mission and projects of the club as well as those of Rotary International.
Rotary’s Areas of Focus: Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution; Disease Prevention and Treatment; Water and Sanitation; Maternal and Child Health; Basic Education and Literacy; Economic and Community Development
Anoka Rotary meets every Thursday at 7:30 am at Green Haven Golf Course in Anoka,
2800 Greenhaven Road, please join us for a FREE breakfast.

Questions? Send us an email


Our Meetings

Meeting Schedule

7:00am - 7:15am Socializing and greeting Rotarians
7:15am - 7:30am  Buffet Breakfast
7:30am – Meeting officially begins
    Pledge of Allegiance
    Recite the Four Way Test of the things we think, say and do
    Classification Talk, a Rotarian shares information about who they are with the group
7:35am – Fun Fines $1 each
New Cars, computers, out of state, out of the country, new grandbabies, babies
and pictures in paper to name a few $1 fines (a great way for the club to raise
fundraiser funds)  Fine Master gives out fun fines as they see fit  
7:50am – Introduction of the guest speaker - speaker usually has 15-20 minutes
8:30am – Meeting officially ends

2010 - present

2010 - present