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Grosse Pointe Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
The Neighborhood Club
17150 Waterloo
Room 204
Grosse Pointe , MI  48230
United States of America
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During our last meeting we learned a lot about various real estate developments happening in Downtown Detroit from Christos Moisides with 400 Monroe Associates.
During our last meeting we enjoyed an inspiring talk from Susan Stapleton. She is the author a of a new book titled " So What There Is Always Tomorrow". It is the first book of a series of three and it can be purchased at Amazon.
Last Tuesday we had the pleasure of having as our speaker Brother Jerry Johnson, director of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen. We got to learn all about the many programs the Capuchin Kitchen makes available to our community.
During our last meeting the keynote presentation was from the group "The Motown Movement". Their charge is providing environmental efficient low cost housing to Detroit neighborhoods.
Also Assistant Governor John Chambers brought Rotarian and about to be the new District 6400 Assistant Governor Margaret Williamson.
Our Passport Adventure continued last night with a visit to the Grosse Pointe Rotary Club at the War Memorial. We enjoyed socializing with our fellow Rotarians and listened to a speech by a staff member from the Childrens Center. 
As it customary with those visits our club presidents Paul Lechner and Ted Everingham exchanged flags.
On March 20th, 2017 at The Rivers in Grosse Pointe Woods, President Paul Lechner with Dr. Paul Stockman and Dennis Hyduk, presented Harvey Hohlfeldt and his wife Kaye with the Paul Harris Award for their outstanding service and financial contributions to Rotary over the years.
Many of you remember Harvey passing out water during The Grosse Pointe Run and taking Rotarians to Club Island on his boat for our annual Club Boat outing. Harvey was also very active in Florida with a Rotary Club during their annual event as chief hamburger and hot dog flipper. The Florida club took in over $30,000 a year at their flea market event.
Once again congratulation to Harvey and Kaye!