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From the Desk of John White-

Weekly Meeting Statistics: A total of only 84 members were present for the Club Assembly. We had no Visiting Rotarians but did have four guests, including a group of students and their counselor from our STRIVE program. In conjunction with lunch, two members met on topics related to the Ann Arbor Rotary Foundation while twelve […]

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Reno Maccardini (1925-2018):

As mentioned from the podium on November 14, thirty year Ann Arbor Rotarian Reno Maccardini passed away on November 7 at 93. Reno joined our club in 1988 and was in our Sustainers Society and a multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Details on his Rotary career can be found in the narrative from his Emeritus Award […]

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Commemoration of World Polio Day a Great Success!

Thank you, fellow Rotarians. The room at Weber’s was full of energy and fun last Wednesday, October 24 in commemoration of World Polio Day! Many thanks to the members and the committee that made the Purple Pinkie Project a great success. We collected $1,674 plus the match from the Gates Foundation,, raising over $5,000 to […]

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From the Desk of Dave Williams- Sgt. At Arms

October 17th was a busy and productive day for our club. At 10:00 AM the October board meeting was held at Weber’s. 13 members met with District Governor Jane McManus. An hour later 13 additional members met as the Program and International Projects Committees. 89 of us attended the luncheon. Although we had no guests, […]

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Collegiate Research Professorship-Mousumi Banerjee

Biostatistics professor Mousumi Banerjee has made significant contributions to statistical methodology in the areas of machine learning, correlated data, survival analysis and competing risks. She also is a highly respected team scientist who collaborates with multiple clinical research groups to improve human health. Banerjee earned a Bachelor of Statistics degree and a master’s degree in […]

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