December 19, 2016, President Collyer Smith presented Mayor Chris Taylor with a check for $450,000 in the new universally-accessible playground at Gallup Park to be installed next year. Congratulations to the ROTARY CLUB OF ANN ARBOR!
End Polio Now! is the message from our Club and the UM's School of Public Health as we observed World Polio Day on Oct. 24. Here the banner is projected on the wall of the Rackham School of Graduate Studies. Pictured here, from left: Tony Derezenski, Norma Sarkar, Rosemarie Rowney, Lois Jelneck, and Collyer Smith.
Washtenaw Health Officer Ellen Rabinowitz and Mayor Chris Taylor tell the story: Rotary strives to End Polio Now!
The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor, in cooperation with the University of Michigan School of Public Health (SPH), will light up the Rackham Building on the UM campus with the "End Polio Now" and the SPH logos to bring attention to World Polio Day, Monday, October 24, 2017. At 6:45 p.m. that day, speakers from Rotary and the SPH will launch the event, followed by lights on from 7-10 pm. Everyone is invited to come and bring cameras! See press release here.
UM President Mark Schlissel, Ashish Sarkar, Council Member Jane Lumm, Collyer Smith, Ken Fischer, and Martin Philbert tell the story: Rotary strives to End Polio Now!
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