Meeting Notes

Meeting notes – May 25, 2021 Ann Arbor Rotary Club meeting

Notes from May 25, 2021 Ann Arbor Rotary Meeting President Joanne called the meeting to order at 12:30 P.M. Tom Strode lead us in the National Anthem. Marlena Studer’s inspirational message came from the book, Johnathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach and published in 1970. The beautiful message tells of the Johnathan Livingston Seagull’s […]

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Notes from our Zoom Meeting of May 5

Tom Strode led the meeting with God Bless America. Though we were all on mute, you could see people singing. Shelly McMillan’s meditation on mothers and children was in honor of Mother’s Day and from the Sondheim Into the Woods, recited the lyrics “Children will Listen.” Our music selection was Espranza Spalding singing On the […]

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Meeting Notes for April 28, 2021

The April 28, 2021 meeting opened on Zoom with social time.  There were questions about when in-person Rotary meetings may resume.  September 1 is the possible resumption date but is dependent upon U-M.  There is research and ongoing discussions of incorporating a meeting hybrid option (zoom/filming of meetings) and how this would work. Lori Walters […]

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Meeting Notes for April 7, 2021

During the social hour before the meeting Bob Mull told us about the work of VITA – Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. This is an IRS sponsored program that offers free help in computing and filing tax returns for low income and disabled people. Bob has headed thee program in Washtenaw County for several years. He […]

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