Weekly Newsletter | April 24, 2018

April 25 – Willamette Heritage Center
Program – Hallie Ford Museum of Art Update

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University opened its doors in the fall of 1998, and over the past 20 years, has emerged as one of the best small college museums of art in the country. Director John Olbrantz will highlight some of HFMA’s significant accomplishments over the past two decades and will share his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Program Chair: Jim Booth
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Hey there, Salem Rotarians!
Please see the message in this week’s EBlast from Jayne Downing about an upcoming service project – it is cool beans! Huge thanks to Jayne for spearheading this project!
On a related tree topic, I encourage you to check out the April edition of The Rotarian. It’s all about trees: starting with RI Pres Ian’s column where he recounts a story from the 1990 RI Convention in Portland, Oregon (wow!) about then President-elect Paulo Costa’s call to plant trees. Then there is article after article on different trees, benefits of trees, and more. The Rotarian is a great resource I hope you are reading and using.
I’ll see you at Rotary!

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