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Livingston Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:15 AM
Bennett Recreation Center
925 W. Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48843
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Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club and our M-36 Satellite Club's weekly IN-PERSON Meet-ups are suspended throughout April 2020. Look for info on how to log into a ZOOM meeting at 7:30 am. Sleep in an extra 30 minutes!
Club Leadership will continue to closely monitor RI, State and CDC recommendations for group meeting safety during this pandemic and keep you apprised of plans for April meetings as they develop.
LSRC President Jim Gilmore is encouraging all Rotarians to support their local non-profits who are serving those currently most in need on the front lines.  If you can lend a hand with food distribution please contact Livingston County United Way, Salvation Army, Bountiful Harvest, Gleaners, etc. and support your fellow Community Members, families & seniors most in need.
If you are healthy, and can donate blood., please make an appointment today for a future date by going to RedCrossBlood.org or by calling 1-800-448-3543. The nation is about 200,000 pints of blood short because the Coronavirus has shut down many venues, including high schools, universities and colleges that collect about 20% of the nation's blood supply. Not sure if you are eligible to donate blood. Call 1-866-236-3276 anytime 24/7 and ask.
Please take time to share what you are doing and let's show the Community how Rotary works in action during extreme times.  Post your story and some pictures on our FaceBook page! [Pictures. We need more PICTURES people. -jml]
Yours in Service,
Jim Gilmore, LSRC President
and LSRC Board of Directors
Welcome Anne Rennie (that's ANN with an "E") new executive director of the Livingston County United Way last Oct. 7. Say hello to her as greeter this week. She says she feels like a real Rotarian since she already knows so many of us at LSRC.
You might remember her as Community Education Director for Brighton Area Schools, among other positions. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from University of Michigan - Dearborn and is working toward her Masters in Social Work.

Why I am a Paul Harris Fellow

Following is an article from Zone 22 Publication about The Rotary Foundation written by Elly Contreras-Vermuelen. Isn't it funny how we perceive things differently when we don't have all the facts?