This past week President Tammy conducted her first Club Assembly. It went as smoothly as the ice at the Little Caesar’s Arena.
Treasurers Report - We heard from Bob Carris who told us we will have a healthy balance in our accounts while exceeding our prudent reserve fund going into the new fiscal year. With a healthy revenue stream for the current year from the proceeds of our Rotary Carnival, we anticipate having adequate funding for the various causes we support.
Giving Committee - Larry Stephens reported that three grant requests were submitted to the committee for consideration.
Taking Action for Peace, a two-day conference with the goal of educating, empowering, and inspiring all ages to take action. Featuring speakers, projects, workshops, and various events to help teach and share ways to bring about peace in our world.
Blessings in a Backpack, a Livonia based nonprofit that delivers food for food-sensitive children in the Livonia public school system.
The Livonia Jaycees requested we sponsor a murder mystery play and dinner. This request was paused pending more information.
Taking Action and Blessings were approved by the Giving Committee, and Board of Directors, and unanimously by all members present. Livonia Jaycees was Paused Pending further information.
Touch A Truck - Bob Carris reported that the issue of what food items the Interact Club will be allowed to sell, while not infringing on the food truck vendor, was amicably resolved. We will have 2 helicopters, and 2 horses this year.
MCHS Soccer Program - Dave Burton reported that the Methodist Children's Home Society soccer match preparations and Victory BBQ plans are going smoothly.