The 30th annual Rose Sale raised over $55,000, breaking all previous records for funds raised.

Not even a global pandemic could keep the Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club from reaching its goal to spread gorgeous roses across the community and raise funds in the process.
 
Eighty dozen roses were delivered to the "covid heroes" at Kootenai Health as part of the 30th Annual Rose Sale.
Not even a global pandemic could keep the Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club from reaching its goal to spread gorgeous roses across the community and raise funds in the process. The 30th annual Rose Sale raised over $55,000, breaking all previous records for funds raised. Proceeds from the sale are distributed back into the community through the Club’s local community grants and student scholarship programs.
Along with the recording breaking fundraising, a whopping 1,450 dozen roses were sold…that’s 17,400 roses!  Many Rotarians and community members purchased roses to be donated to various nonprofit organizations or “local covid heroes’ groups,” such as first responders and healthcare workers at Kootenai Health. In spite of the challenges we faced this year, the sale was a great success and we thank everyone who purchased roses. Friday, October 2nd was indeed a very rosy day!  
 
President Luke Russell loads up his roses during the "red-carpet" drive-thru rose sale pickup at the Hagadone Event Center.