Our speaker last week was Robb Drzewicki. The thing about Robb is he doesn’t need caffeine in his coffee. He is one of those guys that is hard-wired to go hard and fast. While most of us need to “get started” in the morning, I venture to guess Robb wakes up on the starting line, and before he hears the gun to indicate the race is ready to begin, he is already at the first turn. Robb has a plethora of service projects he is involved with. He volunteers at the Good Old Fashion Corn Roast. He is active in the head-shaving event to end cancer at St. Baldricks church. He is a guest bartender along with Dan West of the Chamber of Commerce where tips and proceeds go to various local charities, just to name a few of the many charitable projects he is involved with. Robb led a discussion with Rotary members on how to get new people involved with community service projects. One suggestion is to ask a friend if they would like to help with one project just to get a feel for being of service, and if the friend likes the experience, they may become an active community volunteer.
We heard from club member Rev. Dave who informed us that Livonia Cares, a local group that assists in vetting charitable requests in our town will be conducting a resource fair on Thursday, September 22, 2022, the civic center library from 10 AM-2 PM. All are invited to attend.