Rochester Rotary Hosts Speakers During August Luncheons

(ROCHESTER, MICH.) – Every month, the Rochester Rotary Club hosts a variety of  speakers at its weekly luncheons, each with a different affiliation, speaking about a different topic. Meetings are at 12:10 p.m. every Tuesday. Unless otherwise noted, they are at Rivercrest Banquet Center, 900 W. Avon Road in Rochester Hills.

August continues with the following speakers:
Aug. 23

Pamela Mathers, PhD, principal of Hamilton Elementary School in Troy
Mathers will present her school’s anti-bullying program, which has earned national recognition.

Aug. 30
Steve Youtz, district governor
The new governor of District 6380 will be highlighting his goals and plans for the coming Rotary year.

The Rochester Rotary Club is one of more than 32,000 Rotary clubs and 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide. The group of roughly 100 professional men and women from the Rochester community strive to live out Rotary International’s motto of “service above self,” enriching the lives of world neighbors, city youth and people with disabilities every day.

For more information on guest speakers and becoming a member of the Rochester Rotary, visit

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