Welcome to Rotary District 5610

Are you an individual who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Join Rotary’s 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders, problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves. Founded in 1915, District 5610 has grown to 41 Clubs serving South Dakota, NW Iowa, SW Minnesota and NE Nebraska.

News Around The District
People seem to love lists. We not only make them to determine what we need to do, buy, make, or plan, we look at lists to discover what’s interesting from different points of view. As this Rotary year comes to a close, I thought I would share my partial list of what I think are amazing and creative aspects of our District 5610 and why serving as District Governor was such a unique experience.
About 60 people gathered during two-day summit in early June on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to increase awareness about human trafficking and missing indigenous people. It also gave Rotarians an opportunity to interact with students to provide them with tools to become leaders to prevent sex trafficking from happening to them or in their communities.
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DG Rich Burns
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Rotary News
Photographer reflects on 18 years of chasing polio

Exhibit documents the scope of polio eradication efforts worldwide

Watershed moment gives rise to a revitalized riverfront

The Rotary Club of Milwaukee revitalized its city’s riverfront with a contribution from a local landowner — a strategy that could work in other communities.

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