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Speakers
Nov 28, 2018
Holiday Party
Dec 05, 2018 7:00 AM
How Reading Changes Thinking (from 2018 Rotary Int'l Conf./Brian Saxton)
Dec 12, 2018
Rebranding of Child & Family Services
Dec 19, 2018 7:00 AM
Kinexus
Dec 26, 2018
No meeting
Jan 02, 2019
TED Talk
Jan 09, 2019 7:00 AM
TBD
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Stories
Notices and stories in this issue 11/25

 

Special Notices

No Regular Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Meetings Resume December 5, 2018

 
Meetings: Wednesdays, 7 am, Elks Lodge, 601 Riverview, Benton Harbor, MI 49023
 
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Stories in this issue

 
Dr. Jim Glendernelik Joins Rotary
 
Shop and Help End Polio Too!
 
Benton Harbor Education Foundation is On its Way
 
 
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Jim Glendernelik Joins Rotary
 
Jim Glendernelik, center, is shown the president Joseph Taylor, right, and his sponsor Jim Smith.  Jim is a third generation Rotarian and remembers will Rotary activities while he was growing up. Jim is a physician and co-owner of Family Physicians of St Joseph, team doctor for the Lake Michigan Catholic football team, and resides in St Joseph with his wife Sarah and two children. Welcome Jim.  We look forward to your contributions to our Rotary and the community we serve.
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Shop and Help End Polio Too
Benton Harbor Sunrise Rotary is well on its way to selling gently used treasures on eBay.  Some people have been calling it a garage sale because it replaced our actual garage sale. It is much more like an estate sale. We have over 40 items (with more coming all the time!) ranging in price from $8.99 to $850.00...including precious and costume jewelry, vintage dolls, kitchen items, a sleigh,  and too many unique items to list them all here.  In order to access the eBay list easily, use either the hot link or scan the QR code below.
 
 
 
Interact Club Begins at Benton Harbor High School
 
Larry Jackson, joined by Sarah Stocker, left, and Felicia Smith announced that the Interact Club at Benton Harbor High School was ready to begin operations. The club voted to officially appoint these members to the Interact Advisory Board and approve the start of operations. There are twenty students that will be charter members.  They have some projects and fundraising ideas and are ready to elect their officers. We look forward to the success of this club.