Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton proclaims 5/16/15 Minnesota Rotary Day, Guinness World Record attempt to be made by Rotary District 5950 at Mall of America

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May 16th 2015 has been proclaimed Minnesota Rotary Day. 300 Minnesota Rotarians gathering to attempt to break a Guinness World Record at Mall of America.

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"We are so proud that May 16th 2015 has been proclaimed Minnesota Rotary Day. It is a reflection of the great work our Rotarians do." Rotary International District 5950 Governor Jim Nelson

Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed May 16th Minnesota Rotary Day. International Rotary District 5950 is celebrating another successful year in supporting their communities and projects worldwide at Mall of America and Radisson Blu. In true non-partisanship the proclamation will be read by Senator David Hann. District 5950 will be celebrating heroes in our community all day. The events start with an attempt to break a Guinness World record for holding up the most flags. The record is previously held by Rotary in Sydney Australia. Highlights of the event include Mark Rosen talking about his experience with Miracle on Ice, improv maven Dudley Riggs being interviewed on his history and a done in a day project that will attempt to certify 190 people with AED/CPR training.

Rotary International District 5950: District 5950 of Rotary International is a group of 64 Rotary Clubs located in Minneapolis and surrounding suburbs and cities west of the Metro area. These clubs represent 41 Minnesota communities ranging in size from Minneapolis to Springfield. Our District is one of 542 Districts in over 200 countries throughout the world and totaling 1.2 million Rotarians in more than 34,000 local Rotary Clubs. District 5950 is one of the top districts in raising funds.

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