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Service Above Self

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Bennett Recreation Center
925 W. Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48843
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Thanks for the memories! Photos courtesy of George Moses at President's Night 2020 at the Lazy J Ranch.
Meet newly inducted LSRC member Robert A. Johnson, executive director, Livingston County Habitat for Humanity.
THE WEEKEND STILL BEGINS WITH ROTARY! Please click on the link above "Having trouble viewing this email?" to see the ENTIRE Bulletin.
ALL LSRC & M-36 Clubs, Rotary Family Lunches, and Face-to-Face meetings are suspended until further notice. Join our online ZOOM meeting at 7:15 am. Bell rings to begin the meeting promptly at 7:30.
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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?