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Our Speaker today was PDG Gail Scott.  Gail epitomizes the theme, "Women in Rotary".  She was an early Rotarian after the May 4, 1987 Supreme Court ruling which prevented Rotary Clubs from excluding women from membership.  She soon became president of her Rotary Club, Ann Arbor North, and was active in the service and leadership of the District Staff of District 6380.  She became active in the Rotary programs of Youth Exchange, Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI); and being early recognized by PDG Virginia Nordby, who was the first woman District Governor in her class of 7 women internationally to become District Governors, Gail was mentored to become District Governor for the Rotary Year 2001-2002.  Within the early months of her administration, Gail was to experience 9/11 and the effects of that upon her administrative year.  Anecdotes of her experiences in the administration of an international District made for an enjoyable presentation, and all who see it will appreciate the changing world we live in.  You may access the meeting recording at  
Today we had an informational speaker in the form of Inspector Pathways of Farmington. An introduction to a new Farmington Historical Society feature introduced by Inspector Pathway (our own Brian Golden). This new feature introduces the QR codes to be found on Historical Markers around the city. This was followed by very interesting snippits of Farmington history.
You van view the recording of the virtual meeting by clicking on this link.
Another interesting and informative program was enjoyed by all attendees this Thursday, Feb 18th. 
Devankar Mukhi shared his perspectives on ROTARACT, a part of Rotary International for young men and women between the ages 18 and older who are interested in expanding their interests in community service, leadership and networking, and how Farmington and Farmington Hills may provide a superior area for all young people interested.  
Devankar is currently the president of the Rotaract Club at Wayne State University. 
This talk was of special interest to recent graduates, new career hopefuls and anyone else you feel might benefit from learning more about opportunities within Rotary and Rotaract.  
The Farmington Rotary Club is very interested in forming a Rotaract Club in our communities.
A recording of the meeting is now available. Watch the entire meeting via the recording by clicking on the link below. 
Our virtual meetings are open to the public as usual.
Join our Zoom Meeting every Thursday at 8:00am (except for the last Thursday of the month when we meeting instead at 5:00pm. Same link to login every time we meet.
Meeting ID: 489 199 8514
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Due to the wonders of Zoom, we have another great speaker this Thursday 11th at 8:00am.
Dedicated to Rotary's eradication efforts of polio through PolioPlus.
John Nanni is the Rotary District 7630 PolioPlus Chair, a polio survivor, team member for World's Greatest Meal to Help End Polio & Board Member of Polio Network of NJ Support Group.
As District 7630 PolioPlus Chair and a polio survivor, John’s goal is to raise awareness and funds for Rotary’s PolioPlus efforts to eradicate polio worldwide.
As a polio survivor, John knows what life is like when a child is not vaccinated. Please join John in making sure that we fulfill the promise we made to the children of the world that we WILL eradicate polio.
John, a polio survivor (Class of 1953), paralyzed from his neck down for
6 months just prior to the Salk Vaccine major testing. He now uses a wheelchair for most of his daily mobility due to severe Post-Polio Syndrome issues.
We are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Time: Feb 11, 2021 08:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 489 199 8514
Passcode: fruin

Help Rotary free the world from polio.

For over 35 years, Rotary and its members have been committed to fighting to eradicate polio across the world.

The Purple4Polio activities suggested by Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland and now in District 6380 in Michigan are to raise funds and awareness for End Polio Now, Rotary’s global campaign to eradicate polio across the world.

When a child receives their life-saving polio drops on mass polio immunization days, their little finger is painted with a purple dye so it is clear they have received their polio vaccine.

Rotary’s pledge for a polio free world was made in 1985 when there were 125 polio endemic countries and hundreds of new cases every single day. In the past few years, only two countries have reported cases of polio caused by the wild poliovirus but no child anywhere is safe until every child has been fully vaccinated.

Some of you are aware that we are conducting our meeting via Zoom. Also called a Virtual Meeting, where we assemble at our "home" location and join together via Zoom
We are also recording every meeting, and speaker, which we are gathering into a library. This  will allow members and the public to view at a later time/day.
This videos are stored on YouTube, in a Channel named Farmington Rotary Michigan (there are a lot of Farmingtons in the country!
You can view these videos by starting up YouTube and search for "Farmington Rotary Michigan" and selecting the channel when it shows up. You should then see the library of videos. Click on whichever one you want to view. This link should take you directly to the Channel on YouTube.
We also created the library of past meetings and are listed on the Virtual Library Meeting choice under Site Pages.
Send us any questions regarding this new feature.