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Christmas Concert, December 11, 2019

The meeting room was packed with Rotarians and guests for the annual Christmas Concert. After our singing of The Star Spangled Banner, Amy Goodman, sporting a sequined Christmas cap, told us the history of letters to Santa and read several.  These letters are usually the first missive of children and remind us that children are […]

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Rotary Salutes Our Veterans – November 13, 2019

We were greeted with a slide show of our veterans – their recruiting pictures and pictures from their time in the service, and a current one. They all still look wonderful! President Rosemarie called the meeting to order and stepped aside for Michael Field’s very thoughtful inspiration. He examined what “Thank you for your service” […]

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Polio Plus in Washtenaw County

Reinstating Member Mike James has a long Rotary resume, highlighted with his successful introduction of Polio Plus in Washtenaw County. In mid-September 1984, the District 6380 Governor appointed him to serve as District 6380 Polio Plus Coordinator for Washtenaw County. With help from local Rotarians, club fund raising goals were set, posters and campaign materials […]

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Meeting Notes, September 25, 2019

President Rosemarie quieted the busy conversations at 12:25pm. We sang The Star Spangled Banner. Art Williams quoted some well known philosophers about the joy of giving of oneself. John Wooten, legendary basketball coach: “You can’t live a perfect day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you.” James Russell Lowell […]

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Still Time for Fun!!! Auction Items Available

If you missed the Golf and Tennis Outing, or a couple of auction items, some of the great gifts are still available! 2 Haitian Rum Cakes $50.00 each 6 Mile High Apple Pies $50.00 each 12 Sunday Soiree spots: Cocktail Supper, Seven Hosts, Scrumptious Food, Beautiful Setting Sunday, September 29, 5-7pm, 161 Laurin Court $50.00 […]

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Meeting Notes September 4, 2019

Practice President Joanne Pierson clanged the very crowded meeting to order at 12:25pm. We sang The Star Spangled Banner. Matt Boylan reminded us to laugh. It has lots of health benefits, and is fun, too. We responded tentatively at first to Dave Keosaian’s rendition of The Judge’s Song from Gilbert and Sullivan’s Yeoman of the Guards […]

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