Rotarians in the News: Collyer Smith Promotes “End the Stigma” on WEMU

May is mental health awareness month. Unfortunately, there is stigma still attached to mental health issues. There is inspiration to be had when progress is made. However, much of it comes from the sad and true stories of those who have suffered most. On “Washtenaw United” this week, WEMU’s David Fair discusses mental health, addiction […]

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New Member Event at the Hands On Museum

Rotarians gathered at the Hands On Museum (aahom.org) on Earth Day to learn about a multitude of the engaging educational opportunities offered to local children to stimulate interest in our natural world.  Carol Knauss, Director of Operations, warmly welcomed our group and invited us to playfully experience the magic of Hands-on learning.  New members (Sue […]

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Rotarians in the News: Fanfan Zheng

When Fanfan Zheng joined our club last year, he immediately jumped in and started contributing to the club in many ways — including by joining our bowling team! Now, Fanfan, who “started to learn bowling with the Rotary bowling team in September, 2021” shared on Facebook that “6 months later, at my first individual bowling tournament […]

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March 25 New Member Event @ U of M Natural History Museum

The University of Michigan Natural History Museum provided an enriching educational space for our new members to meet, mingle and get inspired about being Rotarians!  We enjoyed a docent-led tour that included a journey through four billion years of life on earth, a tour of Michigan’s geological history and coming face-to-face with Australopithecus sediba, a life-size sculptural […]

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Rotarian in the News: Joyce Hunter

Past RCAA Board Member and President/CEO of the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County, Joyce Hunter, was interviewed recently on WEMU. She discussed the need for greater education and the personal importance of building and creating a new and better future. Listen to the interview or read the transcript here: https://www.wemu.org/post/washtenaw-united-building-brighter-future-through-understanding-local-black-history#stream/0  

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