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Holland A/PM

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We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday of Every Month @ 5:30 PM. See Calendar below for Meetings, Service Project Schedule, and Locations.
Great Legs Winery/Distillery & Brew Merchant
332 East Lakewood Blvd. (Great Legs)
442 Washington (Brew Merchant)
Holland, MI
United States of America
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This Month, November,  the Holland A/PM Celebrates Rotary Foundation Month with a special Foundation Dinner at Spectators Bar & Grill in Saugatuck on Wednesday, November 14 at 6pm.
All Club Members and significant others are encouraged to attend. The Dinner is "Dutch" so you may order off the menu.
This cancels and supersedes our normal 4th Thursday meeting due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Our Regular Monthly Schedule is below.
Special Guest Speaker Wendy Piper, President-elect and Fundraising Chair from the august Holland Noon Rotary will discuss various fundraisers that our clubs are encouraged to participate in. Wendy will also discuss the 100th Anniversary of Holland Rotary.
 
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Join us at Brew Merchant, 442 So. Washington on the 4th Thursday of every Month.
 
Join us at Great Legs Winery on E. 332 Lakewood Blvd. on the 2nd Thursday of every Month.
 
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Public Relations
Service Projects Chair
Foundation Chair
Life Leadership Chair
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Membership Chair
 

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