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Taking Action for Peace Conference: Upcoming Pre-Conference Events:
 
The September 23-24, Taking Action for Peace Conference will include a number of pre-conference events. The first, on January 26, is hosted by District 6400's Peace Connection. Click image below to register for the pre-conference event.
 
District 6380's Peace Committee will host the next program on February 24, on Preventing Gun Violence. Mark your calendars and join us!
 
Click image for link to register for the pre-conference event.
 

 
 
Celebrate our Rotary International Foundation: The Rotary Zone 28 & 32 Virtual Gala & Fundraiser Even.
 
Let's Make History at our Rotary Foundation Zone Gala - 2022

Join our hosts, Rotary International Vice President Valarie Wafer, and TRF Trustee, Dean Rohrs, for our Fundraising Gala on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, at 8:00 pm ET.
 
Our hosts will be joined by RI President-Elect Jennifer Jones, Director-Elect Drew Kessler, and our MC for the evening, Past-Director Jeffry Cadorette.
 
To register or to make a donation click photo.
 

 
The Origins of the Four-Way Test
 
The Four-Way Test was adopted by Rotary in 1943, but it had been around since 1932 when it was coined by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor when he was asked to take charge of a company that was facing bankruptcy.This 24-word test for employees to follow in their business and professional lives became the guide for sales, production, advertising, and all relations with dealers and customers, and the survival of the Club Aluminum company is credited to this simple philosophy. After it was adopted by Rotary, the Four-Way Test has been translated into more than a hundred languages and published in thousands of ways. Click here   or on the image below for the Story Behind the Four-Way Test, in Taylor’s own words.
 
Click The Four Way Test image to see 
Rotarians Herbert J. Taylor's own words.
 

 
 

The environment is a significant area of focus for Rotarians across the globe.  Admirable efforts are underway to address environmental issues with education, policy, and through the support of activities that improve sustainability and create a synchronicity between our communities and the environment. 


 
Picture below is Angi Petraszko, Jim Datson and Janet Dillon, some of the Rotary Club of Saline crew who picked up litter along a two mile stretch of  Maple Road from Textile Road to Ellsworth Road, one of the gateways to Saline, on October 2, 2021.  The club has now completed its third calendar year of clean-ups under the Washtenaw County Road Commission Adopt-A-Road Program!
 
Click photo to learn more about Adopt-A-Road Project.
 

 
On Thursday August 26th, the Rotary Club Membership Committee hosted a reception for new Rotary members at the Carlyle Grill in Ann Arbor. Thirty-five members enjoyed a delightful event at which new members were joined by Club Directors and leaders.
 
Click photo for full story on new member celebration.
 

 
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