Speaker Date Topic
Kevin Evans - Martha T. Berry Aug 22, 2019
Medicare and Medicaid
William (Woody) Wood Aug 29, 2019
Macomb Center for the Performing Arts
Dr. Leslie Dib Sep 05, 2019
Oral Surgery - Much More Than Taking Out Teeth
Jodi McKay Sep 12, 2019
Local Children's Author

Jodi McKay lives in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan with her husband and son. She started writing when she was 8 years old, but decided to finish school before pursuing it full time. Jodi now has two books published by Albert Whitman & Co., WHERE ARE THE WORDS? (2016) and, PENCIL’S PERFECT PICTURE (2019). She is co-regional advisor for SCBWI-MI and is represented by Linda Epstein of Emerald City Literary Agency.

Mark Einhaus Sep 19, 2019
Better Pictures Better Stories

Mark is a fellow Rotarian from the West Bloomfield Club who will discuss using our cameras to help tell the Rotary story in a compelling way to our local community.  

NO MEETING - GOLF OUTING Sep 26, 2019
John MacArthur Oct 10, 2019
History of The Packard Proving Grounds

John’s grandfather, Fred MacArthur, started as a body draftsman at Packard in December of 1928.  His initial project at Packard was doing the full surface layout on what would become the Model 734 boattailed speedster.  Fred MacArthur would later rise to the position of Chief Body Engineer by 1953.  John has been on The Packard Motor Car Foundation Board of Trustees since 1999 and he played a pivotal role in negotiating the gift/purchase of a portion of the Packard Proving Grounds from Ford Motor Land Development Corporation.  A practicing attorney, John sometimes advises the board and has drafted many documents related to the site’s acquisition, financing and continuing development.  He is a Past President, former Vice President and now occupies the office of Secretary.  John now serves as Chair of the Site and Long-Range Planning Committee.

John Abraham Oct 17, 2019
Macomb County Roads
Scott Bosek Oct 24, 2019
L'Anse Creuse Teacher and Children's Author

Born October 8th, 1957 in Detroit Michigan, Mr. B has been working with children professionally as a teacher and through a variety of volunteer organizations for over twenty five years. 

He is a husband, father, musician, storyteller and an amateur nature photographer.  Mr. B holds a bachelors degree in history and  also received his teaching certificate through Oakland University in Rochester Michigan.  He is currently working on his Masters in Education.  The Alligator Man is the first of  three books about his childhood that he has published.  Mr. B is currently employed as a district substitute teacher with the  L 'Anse Creuse School District in Macomb County Michigan.

Elizabeth Vogel - Clinton Twp. Deputy Supervisor Oct 31, 2019
State Rep Doug Wozniak Nov 07, 2019
What's Happening in Lansing
Best Selling Author Sylvia Hubbard Nov 14, 2019
A Passion for Literacy

As a happily divorced, but wonderfully remarried mother of three, Sylvia has received numerous awards and recognitions for her literary and community work such as the Spirit of Detroit from Detroit City Council and State of Michigan Governor’s Certificate of Tribute Emerging Minority Business Leader Award. She’s spoken all over the United States and Canada about independent publishing, social media, 21st Guide to Marketing for writers and authors, How Readers can make money promoting their favorite authors and even how to be a Mompreneur.

 

Recognized as an avid blogger by HoneyTech Blogs, Ms. Hubbard runs over five blogs including How To Love A Black Woman, is CEO of HubBooks, Founder of Motown Writers & the Michigan Literary Network and has had six #1 Best Sellers on Amazon. She’s published over 45 stories with much more to come. http://sylviahubbard.com