Important to Pay Your Rotary Dues Now!

If you have not paid your membership dues by now, they are overdue.  It is important to be mindful of the fact that being tardy with your dues creates a lot of extra work for the Executive Director and Leadership.  We know you are busy so we have created many options to make payment(s) easy. […]

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Meeting Notes from June 2, 2021

The June 2, 2021 meeting opened on Zoom with social time.  Lori Walters opened the meeting and provided Zoom reminders. At 12:29, President Joanne Pierson started the meeting by ringing the bell. Tom Strode led us in “America the Beautiful”.  Inspiration was provided by Versell Smith who reflected on the importance of fathers and father […]

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The Peace Pole

Rotary Club of Ann Arbor Established A Peace Committee in 2018 Our mission is to work locally and globally for peace, social justice, and the non-violent resolution of conflict.       When choosing a project to meet our mission statement, the Peace Committee members were drawn to planting a Peace Pole.  Peace Poles are an iconic […]

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Join ARC’s Next Inside Look Discussion on June 8th with Prof. Ron Woods on Juneteenth

All are invited to join ARC – AntiRacism Committee’s next Inside Look discussion at 1:30 on Tuesday, June 8.  Our guest speaker is Professor Ron Woods, who will help us understand the Juneteenth holiday, why it is celebrated/honored, and how Ann Arbor will celebrate. He’ll incorporate questions and answers, with the goal to leave maximum time for dialogue. […]

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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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Past Huron Interact Student is Semifinalist for Prestigious National Scholarship

Recently highlighted in Washtenaw Community College’s newspaper “On The Record” are three WCC students who are semifinalists for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, worth up to $120,000. One of the students, Abdu Kizito — we knew him as “AK” — was a member of the Huron Interact Club and was very involved […]

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