THREE FUNDAMENTAL PILLARS OF OUR ORGANIZATION
The Gentlemen’s Club of Suburban Hennepin (GMC) is a non profit organization that Provides an atmosphere for members to grow in academic strength, community involvement, and social fulfillment while recognizing the individuality of each other. We are committed to uphold the traditions, ideals of fraternity and integrity at all times, while promoting true brotherhood.
GMC respects and affirms the diverse backgrounds that bring us together and seeks to promote diversity in the academic, social, and cultural life of our community. We aspire to set standards that future generations of leaders will build upon. Through these principles, we strive to keep inspiring and nurturing a Gentleman's spirit.
The Gentlemen's Club of Suburban Hennepin is founded on three fundamental pillars that support our vision and mission; Brotherhood, Mentorship and Community Engagement (BMC).
Members caring for each other
Enhancing Social fulfillment (soccer, indoor /outdoor; bowling, etc.)
Promoting change and positive outcome
Working with other community organizations or individuals to improve our community
Giving and receiving information about community activities and functions
Participating in organized non-profit events to provide service to those who need it most
STAY HOME ORDER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW AND GUIDE YOURSELVES
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Governor Tim Walz announces "Stay At Home Order" for the state of Minnesota
Posted: Wed 2:28 PM, Mar 25, 2020 |
Updated: Wed 2:36 PM, Mar 25, 2020
Minneapolis, MN--- To slow the spread of COVID-19 across the state, Governor Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-20 directing Minnesotans to stay at home and limit movements outside of their home beyond essential needs. This order takes effect at 11:59pm on Friday, March 27 and ends at 5:00pm on Friday, April 10.
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“We must take bold action to save the lives of Minnesotans,” said Governor Walz. “Having served as a Command Sergeant Major in the Army National Guard, I know the importance of having a plan. While the virus will still be here when this order ends, this action will slow the spread of COVID-19 and give Minnesota time to ready for battle.”
Modeling released today by the Minnesota Department of Health and University of Minnesota predicts that more than 70,000 Minnesotans could die from COVID-19 if we take no action. The Governor’s two-week order to stay home is forecasted to significantly slow the spread of COVID-19 and allow the state time to make key preparations for the pandemic. These preparations include building hospital capacity, increasing access to life-saving equipment like ventilators, increasing testing, planning for how to care for vulnerable populations, and assessing public health data to determine which community mitigation strategies are most effective. Read more..