Dan Romanchik

Rotarians march in 4th of July Parade

Anchored by DG Sparky’s RotaryMobile (see below), more than 20 Rotarians and family and friends marched in this year’s’ Ann Arbor’s Fourth of July parade. Our group included DG Sparky, his wife, and two members of the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor North. The goal was to highlight our work in Ann Arbor and around […]

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Rotary Goes to the Movies sees Pavarotti

I’ve been a member of the Michigan Theater for at least ten years now, and being a Gold Card member, I see a lot of movies. Over the years, I’ve run into many Rotarians there, who are also Michigan Theater members. That got me thinking that we should go see some movies together. I consulted […]

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Bowling team triumphs

It wasn’t pretty, but on Thursday, May 2, your bowling team won the Ann Arbor Service Clubs League championship. Facing the tough Michigan Bowling 2 team, the squad, consisting of Dick Elwell, Sara Maddock, Norm Herbert, Chris Georgandellis, and Dan Romanchik, hung in there just long enough to take the title. (Collyer Smith and Spaulding […]

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Bowling Team Brings Home the Bacon

On Thursday evening, your Rotary Club bowling team turned in its best performance of the year and bested the Not ADP team 35-5 to take the first place championship in the Ann Arbor Service Clubs Bowling League. The situation did not look all that rosy going into the match. Not ADP had overtaken our team […]

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Meeting Notes: From Girl Scout to the Jane Goodall Institute

After signing “God Bless America,”Wendy Correll invited us to consider the thoughts of Gopal Krishna Sarangi on sustainability. Sarangi calls sustainability “a complex, daunting puzzle…tantalizing but elusive.” This is certainly a lesson that we would learn later from our speaker. Next up was Shelley McMillan, who also inspired us, but this time with song, as […]

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Meeting Notes: President Greg sets his agenda

After President Greg rang the bell, we launched into a rousing rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner accompanied by Tom Strode. In his inspiration, Eldon Beery reflected on how fortunate he was to have been a minister and to be able to help so many people, even if it was just a little. Downs Herold then […]

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Rotary marches in the Fourth of July Parade

A great civic organization (the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor) marched in a great civic event (the JayCee’s Fourth of July Parade) on Wednesday, and the results were fantastic! Our marchers include Greg and Patricia Stejskal, Ashish and Norma Sarkar, Mary Avrokatos, Ed Wier, Ed Hoffman, Roger Fraser, Agnes and Jim Reading, Art Williams, Art […]

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New member profile: Carolina Typaldos

Having seven year old twins has given Carolina Typaldos a “don’t worry, be happy” attitude as she sees two individuals with nearly identical inputs develop along different paths to become their own persons.   They have made her more relaxed and flexible, which was an important attribute in her former job as the Infusion Center […]

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