Say Hello, Say Goodbye

Wednesday, April 3rd’s Rotary Club of Ann Arbor’s meeting was teetering on “standing-room-only”.   With 99 in attendance, despite the change in venue, I think it is safe to say “Hello and Welcome Back” to our snowbirds!  On a sadder note, it was the RCAA’s first official meeting without the amazing Mr. Ackenhusen.  John, you will […]

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOME TOUR

Huron Valley Habitat for Humanity is the largest H4H chapter in the country.   When James Hannah spoke at our lunch meeting a few weeks ago, he mentioned the Homes Tour and several people expressed interest.   If you are interested in what Habitat is up to, they are having a Home Tour on Wednesday, April 10 […]

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Habitat for Humanity Work Day!

On Saturday March 30, 6 Rotarians, 1 guest and 2 future Habitat for Humanity (H4H) homeowners were on a job site in Ypsilanti for our first workday.    The projects for the day were to remove a brick wall from the basement as well as “energy enveloping” in the upstairs which means caulking all wood […]

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A Note from Sal Barbatano, Volunteer Coordinator for the 2019 Golf & Tennis Outing

Dear Fellow Rotarians, I have been asked to succeed Melissa Stricherz as Coordinator of the Volunteer Program for the 2019 Rotary Club Golf and Tennis Outing at Travis Pointe Country Club scheduled for 9/9/19. The event has enabled the Rotary Club to fund numerous successful efforts to provide assistance to at-risk children, disabled children, and […]

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Make-up Attendance Report by John White

On Tuesday, March 26, I attended the meeting of the Destin FL club. It meets at 7:15am in a local country club with a breakfast buffet for $12. The club has 55 members and a large portion of them were there. With the speaker (owner of a local brewpub), two guests and two Visiting Rotarians, […]

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Winter Dispatched March 20

Winter wound down with our April 20 meeting the day of the Vernal equinox. it was a gloomy day but Brendan Black lightened our mood with a very bad joke and then an Inspiration that drew parallels between the life skills our speaker Coach Berenson instilled in his hockey players and our Rotary MOTTO. And […]

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