Dan Romanchik

Rotary Fights Child Hunger 2024

Spring Food Drive runs from March 4 – March 15, 2024 Right now in Washtenaw County, more of our neighbors are facing food insecurity than at the height of the pandemic. This means that more individuals and families in our community are turning to their local food pantries and meal programs to fill the gaps. The […]

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Rotary Goes to the Movies

Whether you’re a devoted film fan, or would just like to see a good movie once in a while, we invite you to join us on Tuesday, January 16, at the Michigan Theater or State Theater. We’re not quite sure what we’re going to see, as the Michigan Theater hasn’t yet posted their schedule for […]

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2021-2022 Annual Report Highlights RCAA Activities

Susan Froelich is pleased to announce that the 2021-2022 Rotary Club of Ann Arbor Annual Report is now available. This year’s annual report was designed in-house and produced in a digital-only format. This cost-saving approach allowed us to produce a lengthier report with more comprehensive updates and lots of photos! Highlights include: Our Golf and Tennis […]

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June 1 Meeting Notes

A small group of us gathered before the meeting on Zoom and, we discussed the usual mix of topics, including: Bob Dascola’s trip to England, the Dayton Hamvention, which is the largest gathering of amateur radio operators in the world, Gregg shorthand the upcoming Fourth of July parade cursive writing At 12:30 pm, Tom Strode […]

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Meeting Notes for April 13, 2022: Missy Stults, Ann Arbor’s Sustainability and Innovation Director

President Susan rang the bell at 12:28 pm, and Tom Strode treated us to the National Anthem. Today’s inspiration was given by Daphne Schalbetter, who quoted from a book that contained messages from children to a U.S. senator with concerns about the environment. Daphne was followed by Marlena Studer, who led us in “What a […]

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An Invitation from Dan Romanchik

This week, I decided to join the club in the Anderson Room for the first time since before the renovation of the Student Union. It was familiar, but different at the same time. Kind of like “deja vu, all over again,” as Yogi Berra is purported to have said. One thing that was certainly different […]

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