Williamston School Board
Oct 23, 2018
Follow up on the Superintendent's State of the Schools presentation on 10/19/18
DG James Cupper
Oct 30, 2018
2018-19 District Governor
Williamston Schools Administrative Staff
Nov 06, 2018
Introducing the new members of the staff
RYLA presentation
Nov 20, 2018
by 2018 RYLA participants
Chad & Angel Morse
Dec 04, 2018
Owners of Mud Country Candles - a new business in Keller's Plaza

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Rotary Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Williamston Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Brookshire Inn
205 W Church St.
Williamston, MI  48895
United States
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General Discussion:
  • Attendance: Members=19, Associate Members=3, Guests=2
  • The December Poker sign-up sheet was passed around
    • Still a few spots to fill
  • Earl passed out fliers about a ‘Salute to Veterans’  by the USAF Hot Brass
    • Free concert on Sunday, November 11 at 3 pm
    • At the Commons Auditorium in Williamston
    • Donations accepted & cash bar
    • It will be on the 100 Anniversary of Armistice Day
  • There will be a Flu Clinic at WUMC on Wednesday, October 24 from 4-7 pm
    • Flu shots will be $10 if uninsured
    • Covering kids older than 8 as well
    • Tetanus & pneumonia shots available too
Guest Speaker - Christina Miteff
President Nick Horstman & Christina Miteff
General Discussion:
  • Attendance: Members=17, Associate/Honorary Members=2, Guests=3
  • Poker sheet was passed around for the Dec. dates
    • Still a few open slots
  • We received a letter from the City thanking us for our $1000 donation
    • Help pay for the security door on the band shell in McCormick Park
    • Todd was praised in the meeting for helping make collections at the concerts
  • We had two guests - Julie Brixie and Kara Hope
    • They are running for office in the area and were seeking our support
  • Firefighters Pancake Breakfast - Oct. 13 - 8-11:30 am
    • Can help to pour coffee
    • Wear shirt and show up - let Raj know you are coming
    • This is their only fundraiser
  • Thanks to Kay & her kids for their help at the Homecoming Parade
    • Kay’s son wore the Duckie suit
    • It is being cleaned and then repaired (not due to Kay’s son, but years of use)
  • This week is the deadline for nominations for Williamston Community Service awards
    • It includes the Public Servant of the Year & Volunteer of the Year
      • Why not nominate a Rotarian!
    • Gene will send out the application again
  • Haven House this week - Thursday
    • Raj, Jim & Laska will be helping
    • You can bring household items to donate to Raj by Thursday as well

Guest Speaker - Matt Gillard - CEO of an advocacy group - Michigan’s Children
President Nick Horstman & Matt Gillard

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