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Rotary Club of Caro

ROTARY:  MAKING A DIFFERENCE

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Brentwood Bowling & Restaurant (drive around to the back of the building)
178 Park Dr
989-673-2330
Caro, MI  48723
United States of America
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Rotary offers many benefits to members - including this valuable training opportunity "Present Like a Pro". You won't want to miss this 2-part masterclass from Michael Angelo Caruso, a professional speaker, trainer, and also Rotarian. This training is more than just a webinar - it is an interactive class held via zoom and is no cost to you. Whatever your profession is - presentation skills are a necessity, this course will benefit you in Rotary and beyond. Our district wants to invest in our members, so take advantage of this great opportunity! Please reserve your spot now as they are limited. Learn more, and register on our website. (Unfortunately, this event is only open to Rotarians at this time due to limited space. If you are interested in becoming a member, please message us.) https://rotary6310.org/page/leadership-training
Rotary President Jodi Fetting presented a $100 Visa gift card to Jordyn Nordstrom for the Caro Alternative Education Christmas Celebration on behalf of the Caro Rotary Club. The Club appreciates the staff’s dedication to make Christmas special for their students!
F/Lt. Brian McComb, commander of the Michigan State Police Caro Post and Trooper Nicole Dhooghe presented about what they are working on in the community, including their new Drunk Driving Simulator cars that they are taking to different schools to help prevent drunk driving.
The Rotary Club of Caro is proud to be one of the sponsors of these cars!
Thank you to Heather LaBerge, principal at McComb Elementary and the school social worker Brian Bennett for discussing the Christmas Family project that we do and how beneficial (and needed) it is for the families.

We are proud to be able to help these families have a Merry Christmas!
Our 42nd annual Pancake Supper on the Thursday even of Pumpkin Festival was a rousing success. With over 300 takeout orders and about 700 people through the line, it was enough to keep the adult Rotarians, as well as the middle school and high school Interact Club  and the Boys Scouts busy for a couple of hours. The Pancake Supper is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We thank everyone who donated, worked, or ate the delicious pancakes and sausage, as well as those who sang and played.
Meet our Caro Rotary Club's newest members Luke Losee, Matt Bierlein and Jeff Molby.  Our Caro Club welcome's you as a Service Above Self Member. 
Don't forget to sign up for the Caro Rotary Wine Tasting and Dinner to be held on February 28th, 2019 at Brentwood Meeting Room 6:pm.  See Robert Wolak for more details.
 It is an honor to be named a Paul Harris Fellow. Honorary Membership is the highest distinction that a Club may bestow on a Rotarian. It is bestowed in exceptional cases for meritorious service.  Caro Rotary is proud to recognize its newest Paul Harris Fellows Karly Creaguer, Matt Branding and Nicholas Schmelter.
Our 2018 RYLA Caro students Kyle Severn, Ashton Goodchild, and Syrus Strachan recently attended Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at Camp Rotary and gave us an overview of their exciting week. They also included how these new leadership skills will be used every day going forward.  RYLA is a Rotary sponsored conference for students and is paid for by Caro Rotary Club to improve Leadership skills for local youth. 
Congratulations to Jamie Wark for being presented with the Rotarian of the Year Award by now Immediate Past President Marty Hall for her work during his President's Year 2017-2018. An Award all Rotarians feel she well deserves.  Great Job Jamie you are a true Rotarian demonstrating the "Service Above Self" Rotary Moto.
Starting in the left upper corner going across six then down to the next line on the left page.  . R. L. Dixon 1925-1927, H. P. Orr 27-28, C. A. Klein 1928-1929, C. R. Meyers 29-30, N. D. Braby 30, A. D. Gallery 31, A. R. Stone 31-32, M. J. Crawford, E. J. Riley 33-34, F. C. Striffler 34-35, K. K. Kinsey 35-36, J. H. Schwaderer 36-37, R. S. Park 37-38, J. L. French 38-39, C. D. Andrews 39-40, D. R. Ellwanger 40-41, H. O. Dibble 41-42, A. J. Geib 42-43, K. G. Kerr 43-44, Andrew Larsen 44-45, M. C. Ransford 45-46, F. J. Purdy 46-47, O. C. Palmer 47-48, C. L. Bougher 48-49. Now the right side top left.  A. O. Purdy 49-50, I. L. Baguley 50-51, R. M. Orr 51-52, C. F. Mantey 52-53, W. W. Dickerson 53-54, F. J Rolka 54-55, B. C. Travis 55-56, M. Roy smith 56-57, Howard H. Purdy 57-58, Bates Wills 58-59, Mahlon Vance 59, Wayne Prillman 60, Patrick Garety 60-61, Frank Fulmer, 61-62, William Janks 62-63, Fred McMullen 63-64, Sterling Harris 64-65, James Deming 65-66, Harold Johnson, 66-67, Warren Wilson 67-68, Dick Harwick 68-69, Norbert Jankowski 69-70, Harry Richards 71-72, Herbert L. Nigg 72-73
Weronika Filipowicz gives her final "Year in Review" Presentation to Caro Rotary Club.  She has loved her year stay here and is making plans to come back and go to college here in Michigan for International Business.  A great successful year for Weronika.

Students from our Local Caro Rotary Interact Club went to the Dominican Republic to assist and learn about Rotary Water and Sanitation Project.  A Huge Eye Opening Experience.  The students who went on the trip were, Sydney Phillips-Caro,Grace Branding-Caro,Mikayla Beeler-Bad Axe,Gabby Beeler-Bad Axe,Sara Wehner- Bad Axe,Jaclyn Iskow- Bad Axe,Dean Zahm- Oscoda,

Patrick Lee- Oscoda.

 

Adults/chaperones who went on the trip were, Arnie Leriche-Oscoda Lynette Beeler-Bad Axe Julia Behmlander-East Lansing Randy Ettema- Frankenmuth

 
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