The club now meets in a hybrid fashion,
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News From the Valley
As one of our youth support projects, our club recognizes outstanding students for their community service and academic achievements with our Student of the Month program. The students are from three area schools, Carman/Ainsworth, Powers and Swartz Creek and are selected for the honor by their teachers and staff members. At the end of the school year one graduating senior from each school is selected from the monthly honorees to be the Student of the Year and to win a $1,000 scholarship.
 
This year's winners are (L-R) Anna Stafford from Powers, Lorelei Thorton from Carman/Ainsworth and Nolan Barta from Swartz Creek. Our Rotary club congratulates them and thanks their parents and teachers who raised and educated our leaders of the future.
We proudly announce that construction is underway on the new Miracle League baseball field for handicapped children. The field, located in Mundy Township (see map) was financed through the efforts of the Miracle League of Greater Flint and a group of area Rotary Clubs, lead by Genesee Valley with contributions from the Rotary Club of Flint, the Fenton Rotary Club, the Rotary Club of Flushing, the Greater Flint Sunrise Rotary Club, the Grand Blanc Rotary Club and a generous contribution from a Rotary Foundation District Grant.
 
The Miracle League of Greater Flint is a non-profit volunteer organization associated with over 300 other fields in US, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Our field, when completed this summer, serve more than 10,000 children with disabilities and give them the opportunity to participate in sport like any other child can do.
 
 
Club president Teresa Williams (center) presents a check to Rotary Past District Governor Jeff Lichty and his Mary Stone for the ShelterBox USA Program. Shelter Box is an international effort started by a Rotary club in Cornwall, England which sends storage boxes containing a tent and essential materials to disaster sites throughout the world. This is one of the many international and local humanitarian projects sponsored by our club.
 
Here's what's in one box, shelter, lighting, cooking and first aid materials to support a family until permanent housing can be provided.For more information on ShelterBox, including how it is supporting the relief effort in Gaza:
 
 
 
If you've been asked to be a speaker at our club meeting, congratulations and thank you! You were invited to speak because you are doing something of value to make our community and our world a better place. Read more for information about making the most of your presentation.
 
If you are not on our speaker list and would like to present to the club, please email us at info@geneseevalleyrotary.org and we will respond soon.
 
 
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