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The club now meets in a hybrid fashion,
both in-person and online via Zoom. If you wish
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Stories From the Valley
39th Annual Five Grand Giveaway Fundraiser
Win big and help our community at the same time!
 
$5,000 First Prize + Five Additional $200 Prizes
Drawing will be held Nov. 15,  2022 6:30 PM at the Redwood Steakhouse & Brewery, Flint, MI
Check our Facebook page @geneseevalleyrotary to watch the drawing live.
 
 
Only 300 tickets will be sold and 100% of the profits will be used for Rotary and associated nonprofit community organizations. Ticket buyers and their guests are welcome to join us live at the Redwood, doors open at 6:00, order drinks and food from the menu. You do not need to be present to win. Online ticket buyers will  be emailed their drawing number.

Some of the Community Nonprofits We Help
With Your Ticket Purchases

Carriage TownReach/Traverse Place
Boy ScoutsOld Newsboys
McLaren Hospitality HouseLiteracy Projects
Salvation ArmyFood Bank of Eastern MI
Red Cross Blood DrivesSwartz Creek Fine Arts
First Tee IMAMotherly Intercessions
Students of the Month and Scholarships
at Carman Ainsworth - Swartz Creek - Powers High
 

Some of the International Projects We Help
With Your Ticket Purchases

Worldwide Elimination of Polio - Avoidable Blindness in Mexico - Clean Water in Haiti

 
 
As the audience rose to it's feet for the opening playing of the Ukrainian National Anthem by the Flint Institute of Music string ensemble, we knew we were in for an amazing evening. The concert was organized by the Flint area Rotary clubs and raised more than $5,000 to be used for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. This donation will add to the more than $15 million raised by fellow Rotarians around the world which is going to provide food, shelter and medical aid to the brave citizens of Ukraine.
 
Joining the FIM ensemble onstage was violinist Ukraine-born Solomia Soroka and her pianist Robert Conway. Her stirring performance was nothing short of electric as she played several pieces by Ukranian composers, one still working daily in Ukraine as the missiles continue to fall. Also appearing was Tamara Finlay, a talented singer from the Detroit area who sang several pieces in her native Ukraine language. Both performances were clearly inspired by their pride in the country and support for the people who continue to fight.
 
Our thanks to the collaboration between the Flint Institute of Music and the Flint area Rotary clubs which both raised funds for a worthy cause and provided the audience with a memorable evening of entertainment.
 
 
 
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