Bob Timmons reported that plans and prepara-tion for the 2021 Taste of White Bear Lake are proceeding well. Public health trends indicate that the COVID-19 protocols will allow a normal social event.Pat McFarlane explained that ticket sales are going well but on-line sales may need to be shut down as we are approaching the maximum, however that assumes Rotarians holding tickets will sell the or buy them. If you feel you can not sell your tickets please get them back the Pat or Ken Baltzer so we can try to sell them on-line. If everyone sells or buys their four tickets we will be in great shape!
Mark Sather gave what he hopes is his last up-date and call for volunteers for the Trail Shelter project. He presented an image showing that progress is indeed being made and completion is near. As always, sincere thanks go out to all who have participated in this project
Ken Baltzer announced that the Strive Scholar-ship program recently granted $22,500 in scholarships to five High School graduating seniors including two full ride scholarships to Century College, three $2,000 scholar-ships to Century and one $5,500 scholarship to a student planning to attend Augsburg college. Other than individual contributions the main source of revenue for the STRIVE scholarship program is the running races sponsored by WBL Rotary throughout the year. Great job scholars


Manitou Beach Dance The Manitou Days Beach Dance will be held July 2nd, from 8:00-11:00 PM, following the parade. Bill Foussard announced the dance will be sponsored by White Bear Lake Superstore and Free and Easy will be the band. More information on the help needed will be coming!