STRIVE@Work Bosch Field Trip

Rotary STRIVE Scholars and members of the STRIVE committee enjoyed a terrific experience learning about autonomous vehicles and the opportunities for Washtenaw Community College students.  Along with Pathways Counselor Marisa Bailey-Johnson, Rotarians Amy Goodman, Leo Shedden, Arthur Williams, and Nana Yawson, six STRIVE students traveled to the Bosch facility in Plymouth on February 21. Our […]

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Introduction to ClubRunner – This Wednesday after Lunch

ClubRunner is our new cloud-based, membership software. It provides accounts for each member to manage his or her own entry and access contact information on other club members. Once fully implemented, it can provide for directories, event planning, calendaring, committee management, dues & billing, attendance records, storage/retrieval of documents, bulletins, website, etc. What’s planned for […]

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Harpoon Notes for February 27, 2019

President Greg rang the Rotary bell, and the assembly rose to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which PP John Ackenhusen, on piano, played with particular elan. Indeed, John’s prelude earlier had deftly lulled the lunching Rotarians and guests into a meeting mindset. Barbara Niess-May then came forward for the Inspiration: “In [commemoration] of our speaker, I […]

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Habitat 4 Humanity Opportunities!

Habitat 4 Humanity Work Days! –    Our club is beginning to form a partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Huron Valley    www.h4h.org  and we have 2 work sessions scheduled.    The work days will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  with a 1 hour lunch break.  The site will be determined but will […]

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Professor Walton Hancock

Professor Walton Hancock February 21, 1929 – February 27, 2019 Walt Hancock passed away on February 27 at the age of 90. Walt joined Rotary in 2002 and was still an active member at the time of his death. His sponsors were Paul Glendon and the late Lee Danielson. Walt was a Paul Harris Fellow […]

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Scouts and Rotary – A Good Match

Shelley MacMillan opened our February 20 meeting with an Inspiration that mapped the Four Way Test to the 12 Points that guide the behavior and decisions of Scouts. The twelve fit snuggly into the four guiding principles of Rotary. Joey D and Joan the Jammer (aka Joe Diederich and Joanne Knoertzer) led us in a rousing rendition […]

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