Weekly Newsletter | March 29, 2022

March 30: Research on Human-Animal Relationships
Since the beginning of time, humans have had a relationship with animals using them for food, companionship, rituals, labor, and much more.
Researchers are now discovering the science behind these relationships and the science is fascinating. Can cats be trained? How can humans help dogs solve problems?
The answer to these questions and others are being addressed by the Human-Animal Interaction Lab at Oregon State University. Dr. Monique Udell, director of the lab, will talk about the unique research conducted by her and her team. All pet owners will want to come prepared with their questions for Dr. Udell.
Program Chair: John McCulley
Meeting Location: Willamette Heritage Center’s Spinning Room
No Zoom this week
Greetings Fellow Rotarians,
Singing to Return in April
No Zoom option this week because Raymond is in NYC.
It is wonderful to see so many members attending our meetings in person! I realize that there are reasons some appreciate the zoom option and I’m glad we can do that. But nothing beats sitting next to someone and catching up. I look forward to SEEING you Wednesday and remember that we do NOT have ZOOM this week.
Chane Griggs
2021-2022 President
Rotary Club of Salem
100 Years of Service to Our Community & the World