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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Currently meeting virtually
PO Box 24
South Haven, MI 49090
United States of America
 
Speakers and Events
Congregational Community Dinner
Apr 15, 2021 5:30 PM
Service Project
Supt. Kevin Schooley
Apr 20, 2021 7:00 AM
School Bond Issue Election
Patti Montgomery-Reinert
Apr 27, 2021 7:00 AM
Michigan Maritime Museum Update
Paul Hix
May 04, 2021 7:00 AM
Financial Outlook
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Rotary is Meeting Virtually

During the COVID19 pandemic South Haven Rotary is conducting its meetings remotely with members joining via the ZOOM. Our next virtual meeting will be Tuesday, April 20, at 7 a.m. If you would like to "attend" please email us (tlrennersh@gmail.com) We will gladly provide access information.

Rotary Supports Telemedicine Initiative

 

The Rotary Club of South Haven has awarded a $10,000 grant to Bronson Health Foundation to assist South Haven area residents with home healthcare and telemedicine needs.

The Rotary-Bronson Telemedicine Initiative will help people in need of care at home by providing durable medical equipment including pulse oximeters, diabetic monitoring supplies, scales and thermometers. It will also promote better access to care through telemedicine by providing tablets so residents can have virtual doctor visits and communicate electronically with their provider.

Funding for the first half of the grant was recently presented to the Foundation, with the second half scheduled for distribution in May.

“The COVID-19 pandemic really put a spotlight on the need for this type of assistance,” explains Dr. Richard Swanson, a member of the Rotary Club of South Haven’s board of directors and a retired rheumatologist. “A lot of people in our community live in rural areas and may not be able to get to a doctor’s office or may not have full internet access,” says Swanson. “These resources will allow people to monitor their health at home and give them continuity of care so they don’t have to make frequent trips to a physician’s office. In the end, this could help reduce hospitalizations and allow some that are hospitalized to go home sooner.”

Distribution of the resources to patients will be managed through Bronson South Haven medical practices. “This initiative is a great example of how Bronson and the community can come together to remove barriers to access,” says Liz Semaan, executive director, Bronson Health Foundation. “We are so thankful to the Rotary Club of South Haven for making this a priority project to assure the greater South Haven community is supported.”

 
 

Rotary Year in Review
 

2020 was unlike any other year in the history of the Rotary Club of South Haven. While we have been able to meet in person for nearly a year, it hasn't stopped South Haven Rotarians from being active in the community. Here is a collection of photos highlighting the Year in Review.

 

 
 
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Larry Wittkop
    April 1
  • Rosalie Plechaty
    April 6
  • Nick Tuit
    April 9
  • Deb Davidson
    April 15
  • Tom Noverr
    April 30
  • Marty Graber
    May 11
  • Steve Miles
    May 11
  • David Campbell
    May 19
Anniversaries:
  • Jerome Gruber
    Ann Gruber
    May 20
  • Steve Miles
    Kathleen Miles
    May 29