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07/10/2018
Prior Program
Newsletter
Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy

Descr: Update
Speaker: Zak Brannigan and Lisa Cleland

Programmer: Paul Wiese
07/17/2018 International University of Shanghai

Descr: We have 25 students from the International University in Shanghai visiting SVSU on July 17th and Dom will be giving them a tour of Bay City which will include being our guests and program at Rotary that day. Our two universities have been partnering for some time now.
Speaker: Dom Monastiere and Chinese Students

Programmer: Bob Chadwick
07/24/2018 Hidden Harvest Speaker: Samantha McKenzie, President & CEO

Programmer: Bob Chadwick
07/31/2018 Report on the new and exciting direction in providing affordable housing in Bay City while implementing recommendations in the Bay City Housing Study Speaker: Bill Phillips

Programmer: Paul Wiese
08/07/2018 Chalk Walk Art Festival

Descr: Tara will update the club on the Chalk Walk Art Festival which will be hosted on August 18th. Along Water Street and 3rd street, Bay City will enjoy artists, family events, music and an art fair. This event is free to the public to enjoy.
Speaker: Tara Welch

Programmer: Tara Welch
08/14/2018 The Normandy Institute (Tentative)

Descr: Dylan, Rich Steele's grandson, was chosen to participate in this program. He researched the life of a local WWII soldier, PFC Donald Owen Freidinger from Linwood who died on D-Day. The program included a week in Washington DC and a week in France culminating in Dylan's eulogy of PFC Freidinger at the cemetery in Normandy. August 14 was PFC Freidinger's birthday.

Off site meeting.
Speaker: Craig Windt & Dylan Steele

Programmer: Andreas Teich
09/04/2018 The Genesis of McLaren Bay Regional Medical Center Speaker: Mark Jaffe

Programmer: Paul Wiese


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