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Brighton

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Brighton Community Center (near 3rd & Washington)
555 Brighton St.
Brighton, MI  48116
United States
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NO MEETINGS: Because of the holidays, there are no Rotary meetings on Tuesday, December 26, 2017, and on Tuesday, January 2. Next Rotary meeting is Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
NO MEETINGS: Because of the holidays, there are no Rotary meetings on Tuesday, December 26, 2017, and on Tuesday, January 2. Next Rotary meeting is Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
Three visitors from the University of Michigan health services told of how they are attacking the growing rate of chronic disease, both globally and locally.
 
PROGRAM: Leo E. Hanifin, chair of the Livingston County Transportation Coalition, gave a presentation on efforts to create a comprehensive county transportation plan.
PROGRAM: Scott Spitler introduced Matt Langdon who talked about the Hero Roundtable which, for the second year in a row, will be in Brighton next October.
 
PROGRAM: Yvonne Cavalli, founder of Bountiful Harvest, presented a program about how her organization meets the needs of low-income and homeless people in the Brighton area.
 
PROGRAM: Anna Zinkel and Julia Upfal of Spark provided information about how the Economic Development Council of Livingston County markets the region and helps provide an engine for economic success.
PROGRAM: Brighton High School choir director brought along a number of students from a couple of the Brighton High School choirs to perform a couple of numbers for the club.
PROGRAM: Today’s program featured Leann Trierweiler-Krugh who owns Body Shaping by Leann, and Olga Reym who owns Bikram Yoga, both located in Brighton
PROGRAM: Randy Ross, associate VP for donor relations, gave a presentation about the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan and its affiliate, the Community Foundation for Livingston County.
PROGRAM: Jill Fredrickson, president of Horses’ Haven, gave a presentation on the organization north of Howell which provides sanctuary for horses and other animals.
PROGRAM: New Brighton City Manager Nate Geinzer gave a presentation about how Brighton is building an economic development plan, as well as updates on infrastructure and new projects in Brighton.
PROGRAM: Diane McCormick, Health Office/Director of the Livingston County Health Department, gave an update about the new county dental clinic that is soon to open.
PROGRAM: Lisa McGarry, volunteer coordinator for Canines for Change, spoke about the service dog organization.
PROGRAM: Ron Biskup gave a presentation about Gift of Life, an organ donation registry where he volunteers, and the foundation that was set up in memory of his daughter who was a successful recipient of a heart transplant.
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Program Host.LuAnn Loy introduced Ashish Sarkar, past president of the Ann Arbor Rotary Club and driving force behind the 2017 Rotary World Peace Conference, to be held from March 31 to April 1, 2017, at the Michigan League on the University of Michigan campus
PROGRAM: Kathleen Kline-Hudson, director of the Livingston County Planning Department, told the club about the department and the work that is going into an update of the county-wide master plan.
PROGRAM: Piet Lindhout led a presentation about a recent missionary trip to Guatemala that also included his wife, Jane, and several fellow Brighton Rotarians.
PROGRAM: Today’s program featured Dash or Crash, our club’s main fund-raiser and how plans are underway to make it even bigger and better in 2017.PROGRAM: Today’s program featured Dash or Crash, our club’s main fund-raiser and how plans are underway to make it even bigger and better in 2017.PROGRAM: Today’s program featured Dash or Crash, our club’s main fund-raiser and how plans are underway to make it even bigger and better in 2017.PROGRAM: Today’s program featured Dash or Crash, our club’s main fund-raiser and how plans are underway to make it even bigger and better in 2017.
PROGRAM: Sam Roth was the guest speaker. She is director of marketing for Whaley’s Children Center in Flint.
 
 
 
PROGRAM: Mark Sweatman, a former Brighton Rotarian, gave a presentation about his job as director of the Office of Mineral Management within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
PROGRAM: Mark Sweatman, a former Brighton Rotarian, gave a presentation about his job as director of the Office of Mineral Management within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
PROGRAM: Mark Sweatman, a former Brighton Rotarian, gave a presentation about his job as director of the Office of Mineral Management within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
PROGRAM: Guest Matt Brady stepped in with some stories about his life and times as a one-time Livingston County resident now living in Colorado.
PROGRAM: Kristina VanPutten represented the local Boy Scouts Council; she was introduced by Dennis Kalio.
PROGRAM: Undersheriff Mike Murphy gave a timely talk about the responsibilities and pressures facing law enforcement officials. He was introduced by Bill Anderson.
PROGRAM: Undersheriff Mike Murphy gave a timely talk about the responsibilities and pressures facing law enforcement officials. He was introduced by Bill Anderson.
PROGRAM/CLUB ASSEMBLY: Jason Huntley invited Chad Savage, M.D. to be Rotary’s luncheon speaker.  He spoke on “How to Increase Your Pay Without Needing a Raise”.
PROGRAM: There was no program today but Mike and Jane McManus gave a brief update on the Rotary International conference in South Korea; and Mike Bourke and Piet Lindhout gave an update on the Dash or Crash which is June 25.
PROGRAM:
Program Host Jeff Hayden introduced Meena Puri, a Yoga Therapist, Registered Ayurvedic Practioner (R.A.P.) and Certified Meditation Teacher, from Ayurvedic Healing Center in Milford.
Welcome to New Members Michael Griffith and Larry Pheil
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Program Host Jerry Hardesty introduced Rick Jackson, a Big 10 Division I Lacrosse and Football Official for the past 37 years
 
 
 
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