Speaker Date Topic
A. Michael Deller, Santa's Agent Dec 06, 2022
Kids Say the Darndest Things to Santa!

Mr. Deller is a retired library director that is now a professional Santa and clown. You are welcome to come to hear a behind-the-scenes talk, whether you are naughty or nice.

Kyle Johnson, Rachel Aviles, Roger Roller, & Ethan Dec 13, 2022
Investing in Today's Market

These Rotarians work in the financial advising field and will discuss trends and strategies.

Rochester Rotary Rototones Dec 20, 2022
Holiday Cheer

The tradition of singing at Rotary club meetings began in 1905 with Rotarian Harry L. Ruggles of the Rotary Club of Chicago. New Rotary clubs formed, and the practice of singing at club meetings caught. Back in the day, our club had an all-male choir called the Rototones.  Some of the original choir members will be joined by a few other Rotarians and will entertain us with some holiday music. Our pianist Paula will also fill us in on her life in music.

No Meeting - Happy Holidays Dec 27, 2022
Tim Duncan and Alan McLellan Jan 03, 2023
Mid-year Club and Charities Update

We have completed half of the Rotary year, and this week we will get an update from the Club President, Tim Duncan, and Charities President, Alan McLellan.

Craig Wolain Jan 31, 2023

Craig Wolanin is a former professional ice hockey defenseman who played 13 seasons in the National Hockey League will talk about his experiences in the league and beyond.

 

 

Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, M.D.; President Mar 07, 2023
Oakland University, Our Common Bond

President Pescovity will update us on Oakland University program and projects.

Bob Barnes, Executive Director Apr 25, 2023
Free Bikes 4 Kidz in Detroit

Several Rotarians worked with this organization in the fall of 2022. This program will provide more detailed information on this 501(c)3 organization's work.

 

Elizabeth Cole, U of Mich Law School May 02, 2023
Michigan's Innocece Project

Innocence Project, Inc. is a 501 nonprofit legal organization that is committed to exonerating individuals who have been wrongly convicted through the use of DNA testing and working to reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.

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