Martha Cook Building Tour & Tea

05/20/2014 - 15:30
05/20/2014 - 5:00pm

Elaine Didier and Maurita are pleased to invite you to the Martha Cook Building, 815 S. University, for a tour and tea. See the Steinway art-case piano that Margaret Leary described, meet Venus de Milo, walk in the private garden, and pause in the "sparking room" (!).

Water? Gatorade?

A dozen bundled-up Rotarians and guests staffed Station #3 at the Ann Arbor Marathon on March 30. New member Grant Peterson's cheerleading skills boosted the smiles and energy of the runners and earned the Rotarians the "Most Spirited" award. More photos here.

Rotary Centennial Playground Is Two Steps Closer

 This rendering of the Playground is part of a recently-completed grant submission.  The Club also has signed a commitment agreement with the City of Ann Arbor.  Here Bernie Lugauer, Colin Smith, Karen Kerry, and Amy Kuras (standing) overlook the signed document. 

 

Honorary Member Mary Sue Coleman Receives the Club's Highest Honor

 Past Rotary President Patricia Garcia, Ken Coleman, Erika Hrabec (Pres. Coleman's executive assistant), Rotarian and UM Vice President Cynthia Wilbanks, President Coleman, and Rotary President Maurita Holland. Read the Distringuish Service Award to Pres. Coleman here

Briefing on the C.S. Mott and VonVoightlander Hospitals

Rotarian Tim Johnson (right), Chair of the UM's Dept. of Gynecology and Obstetrics, introduced speaker Paul King at a recent meeting.  King, Executive Director of the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Von Voightlander Women's Hospital, joined the UM last fall.

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