Club News

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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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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Meeting Notes for June 26, 2019

President Greg opened his final meeting as president with a wallop of the Rotary bell. All stood to sing “God Bless America,” then Barbara Eichmuller stepped to the podium. Her Inspiration centered on freedom and resilience, which she emphasized with a quote by Nelson Mandela: “No one is born hating someone because of the color […]

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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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A Picture Perfect Picnic

Sixty Rotarians and guests enjoyed a picture perfect June Day for our Picnic in Gallup Park on June 23 from 4 to 7 pm. The BBQ from Satchel’s was delish…as were the potluck appetizers, salads and desserts brought by attendees. What fun we had just visiting with each other. Sorry more couldn’t make it! The […]

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Harpoon Notes for June 19, 2019

President Greg rang the Rotary bell following Tom Strode’s beautiful piano prelude. Inspiration: Aleia MacDonald gave a stirring Inspiration centered on the work of United Way, and what it means here and in the cosmos. Emphasizing the philosophic and ‘can do’ spirit shared by Rotary and United Way, Aleia wove the Four Way Test throughout: […]

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