Michael Field

Wanted: HARPOON EDITORS

Harpoon Editors Wanted We need a few Rotarians to undertake rotating duties of editing the Harpoon.  Four or five editors would be optimum with each working on approximately one Harpoon issue per month.  All that you need is a computer and a decent internet connection. The Harpoon editor formats the weekly newsletter using the Club’s […]

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Rotary Scouting Report (from John White)

Rotary Scouting Report (from John White): Lynn and I recently returned from a 3,500 mile driving trip to, around, and back from Colorado. Unfortunately, the times for club meetings along the way did not fit with my schedule but I did have a keen eye for other indications that Rotary is alive and well in various parts […]

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Changing of The Guard — July 10, 2019

“Changing of the Guard” has several cultural references including the ceremony at Buckingham Palace in England where soldiers guarding the palace are replaced with pomp and circumstance at change of shift.  Another “Changing of the Guard” near and dear to American’s hearts is the symbolic and somber guard change at the Tomb of the Unknown […]

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Dr. Adam Marks’s slides available to download

Many Rotarians were spellbound by Dr. Adam Marks’s April 17, 2019 presentation on end of life in America.  Among other things, Dr. Marks talked out the importance of having conversations with family and close friends, a Patient Advocate, and a Living Will. There are many issues to discuss – medical treatments, financial considerations, who needs […]

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An Auspicious Day! Strategic Planning can be fun!

On Monday, May 13, twenty members of the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor invested their time and talent during an afternoon devoted to strategic planning last Monday.  Bev Seiford professionally guided the group through a series of interactive exercises designed to build a framework for the next two years.  President Elect Rosemarie invited the participants […]

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2019 RCAA Community Service Grants Announced

Congratulations to the organizations listed below on receiving 2019 Community Grants from Rotary Club of Ann Arbor.  This year 41 proposals totaling over $187,000 in funding requests were received, and 13 grants totaling $62,000 were made. (For more information on our Community Grants program, click here.)  Revenue for our Community Service Grants comes from donations […]

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