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Welcome to the Port Huron Rotary Club!

Port Huron

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
Double Tree Port Huron (formerly the Thomas Edison Inn)
800 Harker Street
Port Huron, MI  48060-2900
United States
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  • The meeting was opened by  Marge Kopp at 12:10
  • The national anthem was led by Piano Bob
  • The invocation was offered by  Christine LaTour
  • Guests were  introduced by Carter Hitesman    They were 
Speakers Kathy Baker & Barb Watson
  • Carter reminded to submit makeup’s by 6/30/18 to maintain
perfect attendance
  • Songs were led by Gary LeRoy and included a Rotary song….
  • Announcements we given by __Carter and Gary regarding the parade and signing up for mashalling at the parade.  Do not forget!  July 11th 4:00 pm.
  • Club Board meeting next week June 28th @ 11:00 am.
  • June 28th program regarding status of Birchwood Mall.
  • The Card Draw was performed by Emily.  Losers were Speaker Barb Watson
  • The 50/50 was conducted by Shelley Schudlich.  Winners were Chuck
_Warzinski & Yvonne
  • Fines were doled out by _Matt Wallace_  and included _many of us as usual.
  • Speaker was introduced by _Kathy Swantek introduced Kathy Baker and Barb Watson, who discussed the programs conducted by Sanborn Memorial Home, and the impact Sanborn has on the community.  They discussed the needs in the upcoming years due to the aging of St. Clair County’s population. 
The meeting was adjourned by Marge at 1:00 after the reciting of the 4-Way Test.
Front page Editor:  Christine LaTour

Effective stewardship makes Rotary service possible

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By Steven A. Snyder, Rotary Club of Auburn, California, USA, and Chair of the Rotary International Finance Committee
As my year of service on the Rotary International Finance Committee winds down, I find myself reflecting on how a critical part of Rotary service is effective financial planning. Simply put, effective stewardship of the contributions of our members is what helps Rotary execute its vision for a better world.
Rotary is 1.2 million members strong – a global force of people of action building better communities by connecting with each other and getting things done. Each of our 35,000 clubs has its own projects, its own secretary, and its own budget, but when you think about finance from a global Rotary perspective as we do on the committee, you realize that none of what Rotary does would be possible without the annual financial support of our members.

Doing good in Vietnam

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A young girl washes her hands in the new facilities.
By Shahul Hameed, Rotary Club of Singapore (District 3310)
For some of us, it might be hard to imagine life without clean water. We may have suffered the inconveniences of temporary water cuts due to breakdowns or repairs in the water network. And we may have felt frustration after working out at the fitness center if the shower was broken. But those are just minor inconveniences compared to what people in the Huong Nguyen commune live with. Until recently.
It takes a drive over many miles through tortuous and bumpy roads to reach Huong Nguyen commune. It is located in a very mountainous region, close to the Laos border, in the A Luoi District, Thua Thien Hue Province, one of the most affected areas during the Vietnam War. Through the assistance of a Rotary Foundation global grant, a project provided a water supply system and environmental sanitation benefitting 1,252 people in 316 households.
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Members of the Rotary Club of Port Huron gather  on the grounds of the Thomas Edison Inn during a regular meeting.
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