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postheadericon 2012 ‘BEAR’ly Open Golf on Ice

Bear'ly Open Golf on IceAre you looking for a fun event for a worth while cause?  Check out the 2012 ‘BEAR’ly Open Golf on Ice!

White Bear Lake, MN – White Bear Events and WBL Rotary Club are excited to announce the 5th Annual ‘BEAR’ly Open Golf on Ice Winter Fun Event sponsored by Lexus of Maplewood.

This official St. Paul Winter Carnival Event is scheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2012, and will take place on the ice at Ramsey County Beach in White Bear Lake, from 11 am to 4 pm. There is also a Community Dance Party at the White Bear Country Inn in WBL on Friday, January 20, from 8 pm to 11 pm.

An 18-hole course is designed on the lake, complete with real pine trees, hole sponsors and many fun activities. Form your own foursome, or sign up individually. The event is open to all ages. Registration is limited and online entries must be emailed by January 18. You may register in person the day of the event as well.

All net proceeds go to the WBL Area Food Shelves – where the need has never been greater. So far the event has contributed over $40,000 to the Area Food Shelves.

Don’t miss the “Hottest” Winter Golf Event of the year.

TO REGISTER FOR GOLFING, CLICK HERE

TO SPONSOR A HOLE, CLICK HERE

FACEBOOK LINK

For registration forms and more information visit www.explorewhitebear.org or email bearlyopen@hotmail.com

postheadericon 023 Rotary Club Radio – Successful Fundraising & Interview with Comedian Louie Anderson

Rotary Club Radio Episode 023

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On our second segment on successful fundraisers, I want to focus on 2 ways to have a successful fundraiser right away. Rather than re-inventing the wheel, it may be better to follow these 2 suggestions and nearly guarantee a successful fundraiser!

  • Fundraising Rule #1
    Partner with an existing event that will allow you to provide the entertainment, food, or a service at the event. An example of this is the St. Croix Falls Rotary Club, who is the main Beer vendor at the Wannigan Days Festival in St. Croix Falls.
  • Fundraising Rule #2
    Get a big name to headline your event. This may cost you some money up-front, but if the Return on Investment is greater than the cost, you’ll make money. An example of this is the St. Croix Falls Rotary Club, who partnered with the Festival Theatre to provide Beer and Wine sales for a Comedy special with Louie Anderson.

Listen to the interview with legendary comedian Louie Anderson.

If you would like to get tickets to Louie’s show, please check out the links below.  We would love to see you here in St. Croix Falls.

If your Rotary Club has a fundraising idea or a successful fundraiser you’d like to share or if you would like to use Rotary Club Radio as a way to promote your fundraiser to District 5960 and all the listeners around the world, go to RotaryClubRaido.com and click “Submit a Story” to tell us about it.

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