Speaker Date Topic
Ruba Mahfouz-Alkotob, Flint Islamic Center Oct 26, 2018
U.N. Day, Understanding Islam as a World Religion
U.N. Day, Understanding Islam as a World Religion

Introduction by Elizabeth Jordan

http://www.un.org/en/events/unday/

 

Christina Ferris, Director of Development Nov 02, 2018
Crim Fitness Foundation, Not the Same Old Crim
Crim Fitness Foundation, Not the Same Old Crim

Introduced by Andy Younger

https://crim.org/

Christina Ferris has nearly 30 years of marketing and development experience. She had the privilege of spending 18 years as the marketing director at the Flint Institute of Music where she was responsible for  marketing and public relations for the Flint Symphony, Flint School of Performing Arts and Flint Youth Theater. Christina also enjoyed freelance writing for the C.S. Mott Foundation, covering civil society and environment. After moving away from the area in 2009, she returned to consult with and write for organizations like My Brother's Keeper, Family Service Agency and the Community Foundation of Greater Flint. After moving to Ann Arbor, she was development director for Arbor Hospice, where she raised more than $238,000 at the organization's 30th anniversary fundraiser. In 2015, a call from a friend at the Crim Fitness Foundation led her back to the area to assume the role as the organization's first development director where she has been working for the past three years to educate the community about the Crim's broadening impact and service and build support for that work. She currently resides in Whitmore Lake.

Anna Clark, Journalist & Author Nov 09, 2018
The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy
The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy

http://annaclark.net/the-poisoned-city/

Anna Clark is a journalist in Detroit. Her writing has appeared in Elle Magazine, the New York Times, Politico, the Washington Post, Next City, and other publications. Anna is the author of The Poisoned City: Flint’s Water and the American Urban Tragedy, which received a State History Award from the Historical Society of Michigan. While working on the book, she learned that her grandmother was born in Flint to one of the Sit-Down Strikers at General Motors -- while the strike was still going on. Her reporting about cities and water also earned an Excellence in Environmental Journalism award from the Great Lakes Environmental Law Council. Anna has been a Fulbright fellow in Nairobi, Kenya, an intentional community member at Haley House in Boston, and a Knight-Wallace journalism fellow at the University of Michigan. She edited A Detroit Anthology, and has been involved in cultivating the literary culture of the city in a number of ways, including as a writer-in-residence in public schools and co-curator of the Motor Signal Reading Series. Anna grew up in St. Joseph, Michigan.

29th Annual Inter-Service Club Luncheon Nov 16, 2018
TICKETS REQUIRED - Speaker, Sister Carol Weber
TICKETS REQUIRED - Speaker, Sister Carol Weber

The luncheon will be held at First Presbyterian Church

NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Nov 23, 2018
Thanksgiving Holiday
Thanksgiving Holiday
NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Nov 30, 2018
5th Friday
5th Friday
Rotary Club of Flint's Holiday Program Dec 07, 2018
Flint Mastersingers, Interludes
Flint Mastersingers, Interludes
Annual Economic Forum Dec 14, 2018
MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE NORTHBANK CENTER
MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE NORTHBANK CENTER
NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Dec 21, 2018
Christmas Holiday
Christmas Holiday
NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Dec 28, 2018
New Year's Holiday
New Year's Holiday
NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Mar 29, 2019
5th Friday
5th Friday
NO MEETING - Join us at noon at the White Horse! Apr 19, 2019
Good Friday Holiday
Good Friday Holiday