July 31 Membership Report

July 31 Membership Report Our report to the District on July 31 was 282 active members with six Honorary members and seven Inactive Emeriti. The Board accepted with regret the resignation of John Balbach who is relocating to Chicago. Two new transfer members, Mark and Rose Makulinski joined us from The Foothills, Travelers Rest club […]

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Mark your calendars for a special World Polio Day event with Ann Lee Hussey and DG Sparky Leonard

On Wednesday, October 23, 2019 we are celebrating World Polio Day by holding a community polio fundraiser. We will be hosting special guest speakers Ann Lee Hussey, champion of polio eradication and polio survivor herself, and our very own District 6380 Governor Don “Sparky” Leonard. Doors open at 11:30am and program begins at 12:30pm. Admittance […]

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Meeting Notes for July 24, 2019: Ann Arbor’s Dynamic Venture Capitalism

President Rosemarie struck the Rotary bell, and everyone stood to sing “My Country Tis of Thee” to Tom Strode’s stirring accompaniment. Inspiration: Our ever-ebullient Ken Fischer came to the podium and delivered a wonderful inspiration. “Our speaker today is a highly successful businessman and entrepreneur. Our inspiration today reflects the thoughts of another successful businessman […]

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Indigenizing the News

Meghan Gupta, daughter of RCAA member Toni Gupta has created  Indigenizing the News, “a monthly newsletter dedicated to raising the voices of Native Americans and other Indigenous peoples in education and other news spaces. The goal is to showcase Indigenous news for non-Native allies to learn more about past and current cultures and news.”  The […]

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Meeting Notes July 17

Our First Art Fair Meeting, July 17, 2019 President Rosemarie clanged the opening bell for the second time in her presidency. After our singing The Star-Spangled Banner, James Corey read Teddy Roosevelt’s inspirational piece, “The Man in the Arena”, which tells us that the man we should praise is the man who’s out there fighting […]

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