Newsletter June 26, 2017 – Ray Argyle introduced two speakers from our neighbor the Ann Arbor Y, Carolyn Wild, Director of Mission Advancement and Taylor Tinkham, Assistant Director of Health Management and Group Exercise.
Newsletter June 19, 2017 – The Women’s Center – John Kidle introduced Alice Liao, Communications Coordinator of The Women’s Center of Southeastern Michigan, and his daughter-in-law Katie Kidle who is on staff at The Women’s Center.
Newsletter June 12, 2017 – Past President Ann Mattson introduced Susan Beckett, founder of Groundcover News, and Kevin Spangler, a former Groundcover News vendor who is the founder and co-owner of Boober Tours.
Newsletter June 5, 2017 – Ann Arbor Art Fair/Summer Festival Past President Peter Schork introduced Maureen Riley, Executive Director of the Original Ann Arbor Art Fair, and Amy Nesbitt, Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.
Newsletter May 29, 2017 – Claire Dahl provided a great historical background on “Rosie, the Riveter” and their role in building B-24 Liberator Bombers at the Willow Run assembly line in the early 1940s.
Newsletter May 8, 2017 – U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, an Update Kathie Wilder introduced our speaker, Frank Castria, Community Relations Officer of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Newsletter April 24, 2017 – President Alan’s Board Notes, Bill Tasch, Don Kossick, and Bill Hallock’s review of K-Family Leadership activities, and Dr. Jeanice Swift’s presentation on the Sinking Fund Millage on May 2 for the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
Newsletter March 13, 2017 – Larry French, Past President and Trustee of the Kiwanis Foundation of Michigan, introduced our speaker, Daniel Fischer, Director of Child and Family Life at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Newsletter March 6, 2017 – City Administrator Howard Lazarus and Ann Arbor Fire Department Chief, Larry Collins. Chief Collins spoke about the mission and scope of services of the Ann Arbor Fire Department.
Newsletter February 27, 2017 – City of Ann Arbor, City Administrator Howard Lazarus and Environmental Coordinator Matthew Naud. Their topic was the 1, 4 dioxane groundwater plume that has been spreading under a large portion of Ann Arbor.