Speaker Date Topic
Kevin Kelly, Major Gifts Officer Feb 07, 2023
The Nuts and Bolts of the Rotary Foundation

The Rotary Foundation is a non-profit corporation that supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, education, and cultural exchange programs. It is supported solely by voluntary contributions.

Catherine Lykins & Rochester High Singers Feb 14, 2023
Love is in the Air!

Come celebrate Valentine's Day with us.

Rosie Richardson, Local Historian Feb 21, 2023
Elizabeth Denison Forth, Oakland County’s First Black Landowner

Ms. Richardson's will share information on Oakland County's First Black Landowner as part of our celebration of Black History Month.

Ron Sandison Feb 28, 2023
Autism a personal perspective.

Ron is the author of "A Parent’s Guide to Autism: Practical Advice" and "Views from the Spectrum."

Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, M.D.; President Mar 07, 2023
Oakland University, Our Common Bond

President Pescovity will update us on Oakland University program and projects.

Masters Golf Raffle Mar 14, 2023
The Raffle Winner Will be Announced!

This week's meeting will be golf, golf, golf.  The winner of a trip for two to Augusta, Georgia, will be announced and golf-related items will be auctioned off.

Frank Cardimen Mar 21, 2023
America's Economic Strength Today

A business person and OU faculty member, Frank has a unique perspective on American business.

Mary Sloan & Jeff Lichty Mar 28, 2023
Eyes of Egypt

Sloan and Lichty have traveled worldwide for Rotary. They will share their most recent trip, a medical mission to Egypt.

Nik Banda, Rochester City Manager Apr 18, 2023
Rochester Today and Tomorrow
Suzanne Hanna, Costume Director/Designer at MOT Apr 25, 2023
The Building of an Opera Costume

Suzanne Hanna, costume director of Michigan Opera Theatre, explains why an opera costume is different from everyday clothing and other costumes. She will share what it takes for an opera costume to make you go “Ahhhhh” when the curtain goes up, how she “builds” a costume, plus tales from the fitting room.

Elizabeth Cole, U of Mich Law School May 02, 2023
Michigan Innocence Clinic

Founded in 2009, the Michigan Innocence Clinic was the first innocence clinic in the country to focus exclusively on non-DNA cases. In the clinic's 12-year history, it has successfully freed 26 clients who had been wrongfully convicted of crimes they did not commit.

Bob Barnes, Executive Director May 09, 2023
Free Bikes 4 Kidz in Detroit

Several Rotarians worked with this organization in the fall of 2022. This program will provide more detailed information on this 501(c)3 organization's work.