President Elect Sung Lee (on left) hands off over 100 masks made by the MSU Quilters Group to Have House, a rescue Mission. Thank you for your donation and hard work!!
More than 30 people attended the fun Korean BBQ Family Dinner on Wednesday, January 15 at the Korean House in East Lansing. All proceeds benefited the Ella Pad Project in Bangladesh. Thank you to all who came!
On Monday, October 21 we heard from Benard Oloo, a visiting scholar from Kenya and former President of the Rotaract Club of Egerton University. He is pictured on the left, next to President Elect Sung Lee.
Benard Oloo is currently a Borlaug Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Michigan State University (September-November, 2019) with a focus on Food Safety & Security and Risk Assessment. He is a Lecturer of Food Science and Technology at the department of Dairy and Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Egerton University, Kenya. He is Vice Chairman of Kenya Institute of Food Technologists, and a member of Food Science and Technology Platform of Kenya. He is an awardee of Prestigious Emerging Leaders Network by Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) USA, 2017. He is an Ambassador for Global Harmonization Initiative of Food Standards, Based in Vienna, Austria, and he is also a Gold Award Holder of the President’s Award Scheme by the President of the republic of Kenya among other awards.
Mr. Oloo is an internationally certified Life Coach with Strategic Cell Ministries Kenya (SCMIKenya) and the Lifeforming Leadership Coaching, USA and runs Catalyze Beneficent Ltd. Mr. Oloo is also the Author of the sensational and inspiring book, “Essentials of Civilization’-Africa’s quest for Civilization and why your voice is the missing Link’’. He serves as a resident Life Coach and trainer at CoELIB incubation Centre, an Agri-business development incubation Hub located at Egerton University. Call him to your organization, Church or School for an Inspiring, Insightful and life transforming training, Group or individual coaching, and motivational talks.
The East Lansing Rotary Club hosted its 32nd annual Scramble for Scholarships on Monday, September 9, 2019 at Forest Akers West Golf Course. Funds were raised for the Joe Gross Memorial Scholarship program. Over the past 32 years our Rotary club has awarded over $120,000 in scholarships to deserving East Lansing High School graduates to assist them with their college expenses. It’s not too late to donate!! Your gift can help us continue this tradition. Checks should be made payable to: East Lansing Rotary Foundation and may be mailed to: East Lansing Rotary Foundation, P.O. Box 4205, East Lansing, MI 48826-4205 or given to foundation president Joe Osypczuk. Please contact Golf Committee Chair Bob Page (email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 517/347-6990) if you would like to support this year’s Scramble or would like more information about it.
Check out the various winners of the Scramble HERE!