Welcome at 12:15 PM by Dave Underdown
Invocation by: Ryan Quinn
Opening Song: America the Beautiful sung by Sarah Rappaport
  • Lunch Tickets & Attendance: Joe Valentine
  • Raffle Tickets: Chuck Moss
  • Greeter: George Stern
  • Bulletin Editor: Linda Hatfield
  • 2 Minute Update: Charlie Wickins
  • 1 Minute Update: Kayla Thompson
  • Sheriff: Wendee Haugh
We were very delighted to have in attendance today our former exchange student Fran Mestre Sanchez. He is doing well and is headed to Chicago at the end of the week. Richard Shapack brought Jessica Schulze a colleague from his office. Some of us have experienced an email from Suzanne Smak regarding our speakers and were happy that John Schrot brought her in for us to meet.
Announcements & Upcoming events: 
  • Third Thursday: Thursday, September 15th  at  Griffin Claw 5-7pm
  • Maple Road Cleanup: Saturday, September 17th
  • Hope Warming Center: Tuesday, September 20th
  • Golf Outing: Monday, September 26th at Stoneycroft GC in Bloomfield Hills
Happy Birthday: A happy birthday was sung to Vic Pooler and Ken Gass who have upcoming birthdays this week. Happy one year anniversary to Kayla Thompson.
Sheriff: Wendee did a great job collecting money from our Rotarians
2 Minute Update: Kayla Thompson gave a brief overview of her meeting with some Interact students. She thanked to everyone who was able to make it out to Shield's Pizza. She thought it was a really productive and helpful meeting and she is looking forward to all that the Interact Club will accomplish the year! 
Some of the members mentioned that they would be starting a 'Remind 101' group.  
Raffle/Card Draw: Wendee Haugh was the lucky winner of in today’s raffle. The pot was won by John Mucha.
Program: Our speaker today, Dan Leask was born in Canada and is a Professional Life & Career Coach.
His company, Emerald Compass, assists clients in creating and enhancing their careers, to transform themselves and their lives. The main focus is Coaching and Training Business Professionals, who want to reinforce or strengthen their careers.
Submitted By: Linda Hatfield