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Meeting Responsibilities
Presiding at Noon Meeting
Ristola Bass, Catherine
Visitors & Guests
May 05, 2022
History of Holland
May 12, 2022
May 19, 2022
Resilience Expanded Sexual Assault Services Funding
May 26, 2022
Major Donors & Honorees
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Welcome to Holland Noon Rotary Club
Thursdays at 12:10 PM
Macatawa Bay Yacht Club
2157 S Shore Dr
Macatawa, MI 49434
United States of America
Venue Map
April 28 Announcements
Note the change of location for this week's meeting. We will be at Lakewood Elementary School, 2134 W Lakewood Blvd. This meeting will not be on Zoom.

Annual West Ottawa Challenged Student's Luncheon

Every year we meet with the students and their teachers and aides. Students are brought in from every school in the West Ottawa Public School District. We support the classrooms by donating material that they request. You can donate money to Robert Ortman, who will purchase items, or bring items from this list.
  • Ant-bacterial soap and wipes
  • Juice boxes
  • Tissues
  • Crayons, glue, pencils
Last Week at Rotary Apr 21, 2022

Club Updates

Don't forget about the challenged student luncheon at West Ottawa on April 28th (Next Meeting). We would like to have at least 30 Rotarians attending.
♣ Only 2 weeks ago John Helm drew the Ace of Clubs from a greatly diminished deck of cards. This week our Junior Rotarian from Holland Christian Grace Lappenga drew the Ace of Clubs from an almost complete deck of cards. Treasurer Bev needs to write another check and Sergeant-At-Arms David needs to buy another deck!
Signup for Tulip Time Grandstand Greeters is still open. If you're not marching in the parade Thursday with the area Rotarians, you can be in the stands having fun with the visitors.
And speaking of marching in the parade, did you know that your family is welcome as well? Robert Ortman is looking for a few more people to portray Wizard of OZ characters on the float. We need a tin man, scarecrow, and cowardly lion.
April 23rd is our highway cleanup day. Let Mike Moraw know you'll be there to help.
The club is planning a social dinner event for members and spouses at the MBYC on May 17th. More details to follow.

Kate Boeve, Highland Games Competitor

Kate became a Highland Games competitor when she attended the Kalamazoo Scottish Festival in 1997 to watch. They had no women competitors and asked if she and her sister would like to compete. They did compete and both are still competing. Kate is currently ranked 2nd internationally in her age group. She shared this picture of the last 2 world championship competitors.
Tulip Time 2022 Parade Fundraiser
April is Maternal and Child Health Month
eBulletin Contact - John Hoekstra,