Zoom Meeting November 6, 2020
The link for the meeting is included below, a reminder will be sent out again on Thursday.
WHEN DOES THE MEETING START?  Here is the schedule:
  • At 12:00 pm the Zoom room will be available for our "breakout room/virtual tables" to have a conversation with other members.  President Julie will draw us all back into the main meeting room at 12:28 pm
  • At 12:30 pm the meeting will be called to order
  • At approximately 12:55 p.m. we will introduce our speaker
  • Speaker will start at approximately 1:00 p.m.
  • Meeting concludes at 1:30 p.m.
SPEAKER:   Dr. Claire Hankenson, Director of Campus Animal Resources
TOPIC:   "Veterinary Medicine Impacts on Human Health During Covid-19"
FOLLOW UP:  Please keep your microphone muted when you are listening.  Be aware of the lighting in your room, a well lit room with natural light if possible.  Please feel free to use Chat throughout the meeting.  If you have any questions for the speakers, ask them through Chat.

Join the Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 899 2218 2374
Passcode: 016004
Time: 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Nov 6, 2020 12:00 PM
Biography for Terry Terry 
Terry is an artist, entrepreneur, instructional designer, media producer and creator of experiences that transform. Terry is recipient of the 2018 Creative Community Award for his efforts and role in the revitalization of Old Town, Lansing; the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award from James Madison College/MSU; Lansing Regional Chamber Small Business of the Year award, the Governor’s ArtServe award and many others.
Terry also serves as voluntary president the non-profit Institute for Quality and Innovation – whose mission is to develop the next generation of transformational leaders and who conduct quality management academies. He is also the co-founder and president of the non-profit Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art – the catalyst of Old Town Lansing’s revitalization and founder/producer of Michigan BluesFest and Lansing JazzFest. Terry serves on the board of the Michigan Film Office Advisory Council.
Terry served as communications futurist and systems integrator with the Michigan Senate for the formation of Michigan Government Television, was a producer, cameraperson, and video editor on five continents for networks including Nightline, WNET-13, NBC Sportsworld, CNN, and PBS.
Through MessageMakers, he expanded the brand activation efforts of Harley Owners Group, launching their initiatives in Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific regions, helping grow membership from 450,000 to nearly 1 million world-wide over a 16 year period. Under his leadership, MessageMakers has guided and produced award-winning marketing communications and learning programs for GM, Herman Miller, Two Men and a Truck, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Greenstone Farm Credit, Dart, US Department of Education, US Department of Commerce, US Navy, US Paralympic Team, Business Leaders for Michigan, Michigan State University, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Michigan National Guard, Michigan Society of Association Executives, Demmer Corporation, Small Business Association of Michigan, Lansing Regional Chamber, National Association for Family Child Care, Mackinaw State Historic Parks, Indian Trails, American Red Cross, Spartan Motors and many, many more.
In 2003, Terry received a special tribute from the governor of the State of Michigan, recognizing him as someone who “...possesses social awareness and civic pride...has worked diligently to help guide Old Town along the road to revitalization.... and is precisely the type of citizen that this city and country needs.”
Zoom Meeting Link 
Below is the meeting link and dial in phone number for our Friday Rotary Club of Lansing Meetings on Zoom. We have scheduled the virtual meetings through Thanksgiving and will keep assessing our meeting status as we go forward. You will find the SAME link each week in the Rotogram so you will not have to look for a new weekly link. Cathy will send out reminders with the link, however, you will not receive a weekly calendar appointment from Julie each week any longer. There is a link at the bottom of this email to download all the dates from the zoom calendar to your calendar if you would like. Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Topic: Rotary Club of Lansing Meeting
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 899 2218 2374
Passcode: 016004
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Time: Noon
Every week on Fri, until Nov 20, 2020
Oct 30, 2020 12:00 PM
Nov 6, 2020 12:00 PM
Nov 13, 2020 12:00 PM
Nov 20, 2020 12:00 PM
Please download and import the following Calendar files to your calendar system.
Thank you!
David O'Leary sent a heartfelt email last weekend:
Hello All,
Please share my sincerest gratitude for all the birthday cards, especially the personal messages.  I am quite touched.  40 cards so far.  Unfortunately, not a single check.  It more than offsets the abuse I've received over the last 40 years, but I won't name names - John Dale Smith, etc.
My involvement with this group has been a treasured connection for me, perhaps most importantly in these later years.  I value all of you.
Many thanks,
David O'Leary 
International Committee Project Proposals
 If you have an international project that you would like to have considered for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, then submit your proposal thru SlideRoom.  The Link is: 
 The application deadline will be October 31st, 2020.
Editarian Report for October 23, 2020 
President Julie Pingston pulled everyone in from their small group conversations and called the meeting to order. The invocation was provided by Sandro Sidamonidze, Prayer for Peace live from Vienna, Austria. The patriotic song was the National Anthem by the US Army Chorus.
President Julie unmuted John Person to introduce his guest, Katy Crick, recent “10 Over 10” recipient (and soon-to-be Rotarian). Julie unmuted Terry Terry to introduce his guest, Kayla N. Green from Message Makers. Donna Gardner introduced her guest, Linda Burnhum, retiree and acquaintance of David Barr. Julie shared on behalf of Diane Sanborn shared the health of the club is well.
Announcements included:
• Kim Brock Garland was recognized as a new red badge member of Lansing Rotary.
• Dave O’Leary is having his 90th birthday soon. Reach out and wish him a “happy birthday!”
• International Grant Application has a deadline coming up next week: Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020.
• Jenn Dubey is Paul Harris Chair and gave an update on World Polio Day, Oct. 23. She gave a history of the establishment of the day and expressed the importance of the work to raise awareness.
Rotarians Doing Great Things: Uma: Mission to Mars
Uma Umakanth presented a free event “Mission to Mars,” near the Meridian Police Dept., happening on Saturday, Oct. 23. The event is a “STEM for All” event where students simulate a mission to Mars, learn about Mars, the solar system, rockets and more.
Special music featured MSU Alumni Band - More than 75 Spartans have come together as one in the MSU Fight Song, “Victory for MSU,” and created a video from our own homes.
Thanks to our Chair of the Month, Terry Terry, who provided the introduction of David Barr, Management Consultant at CMP Services, LLC, a firm devoted to helping small and middle-market businesses (SMBs) grow top-line revenue ( ).
Mr. Barr spoke on “TRIZ: Russian Brainstorming Methodology".
Highlights include:
• In looking for innovation, oftentimes, we are waiting for a “creative flash” when we are brainstorming, but there needs to be a process and incremental improvements. It is otherwise dependent on who is around the table and is unpredictable.
• Systems can change if we reframe our methods and tools to something familiar.
• TRIZ (pronounced “trees”) introduces creativity as a science. It is based, in part, upon pattern repetition and other discoveries in Worldwide patents, History of Tech, Sociology and Economics
• Basic TRIZ Concepts: Ideality, Resources, Contradictions
Q & A included clarification on utilization of the methodology and how to be trained in it.
President Pingston shared that in lieu of a speaker’s gift, we will make a donation in Mr. Barr’s honor to a local organization through our Lansing Rotary Foundation which has, over the history of our club, given in excess of $2,000,000 to local organizations and projects.
NEXT WEEK: We will meet on Zoom at noon on October 30, our speaker will be Terry Terry, president of Message Makers.
Meghan Martin's email is: 
Nov 06, 2020
"Veterinary Medicine Impacts on Human Health During Covid-19"
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"Surveillance Testing at MSU: Why We Should All Give a Spit"
Nov 20, 2020
"Passive Antibody Therapies for Covid-19 - Latest Findings"
Nov 27, 2020
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Rotary Club of Lansing
P. O. Box 13156
Lansing, MI   48901-3156
Meeting Responsibilities
Chair of the Day
Terry, Terry
October Birthday Chair
Brewster, Darwin
Sanborn, Diane
Adams, Timothy
Chair of the Month
Terry, Terry