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07-15-2024

07-15-2024

The Killer Brownie Company

Chimene Mayne-Ross, President isn’t just building a killer brand; she’s reinventing the brownie category. The Killer Brownie® Company is known for its iconic signature product — a layered, caramel-stuffed gourmet brownie. Originally born in the 80s at the bakery of her family’s Ohio-based specialty grocery chain, Dorothy Lane Market, this delectable treat quickly gained a local cult following. This led to the creation of The Killer Brownie® Company, which now proudly distributes its gourmet brownies nationwide, offering a wide range of flavors for both retail and Foodservice customers.

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07-08-2024

07-08-2024

The Continued Evolution of Carillon Park

Quickly approaching its 75th anniversary, the 65-acre private non-profit Carillon Park Museum complex welcomes 250,000 guests annually, and is poised to make some of its most groundbreaking additions in the coming decade. Please join Brady Kress for an inside look at the most recent additions made to Carillon Park and a sneak peek at future developments.

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06-24-24

06-24-24

Changing of the Rotary Guard

It’s that time again for the annual changing of the Rotary Guard. Join us at the meeting to hear Kim Bramlage review the highlights of her year as President and she will then pass the gavel to Randy Domigan who will share with the club what his goals are for his Presidential year.

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06-17-24

06-17-24

The Oregon District Memorial

The Oregon District Memorial Artist Team will be presenting how the project came about, the work done so far and how the community has and will continue to be a part of it. (Artists: Terry Welker, Jes McMillan, Jame Pate, and Sierra Leone)

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06-10-2024

06-10-2024

Clean Water:  From Dayton to Ecuador

An international panel of our colleagues who have worked together for many years with the International Service Project Committee will bring club members to celebrate the work of the community and all our partners for the conclusion of a project long in the making.  Rotary’s commitment to helping provide clean water in areas around the world will be witnessed, and the challenges of bringing clear water will be discussed and solutions will be presented.  The positive health impacts of this collective work will make an impact in the Community of San Juan de Inguincho for years to come. Photo: Is of the sign with the Rotary Logo and Name of Project which was taken at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony February 2024. Fred Abrams; Dayton Rotary Project Manager and Pilar Palacio: Quito Rotary Project Manager Both in native community dress for the ceremony and celebration  

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06-03-2024

06-03-2024

Building Strategic Value Together:  Partnering to Improve Community Health and Bolster Workforce and Economic Development Across the Region

Featured speakers will be Sue Edwards, President, Wright State University and Mike Riordan, President & CEO, Premier Health.  Premier Health and Wright State University are closely aligning their operations under a new long-term affiliation agreement that enhances the Dayton region’s access to state-of-the-art medical care.  The new agreement highlights the institutions’ shared commitment to excellence in education, workforce and economic development, research, clinical program development and community health.

The partnership is transformational and prioritizes producing more clinicians, nurses and other health care providers; spurring new research opportunities; and providing patients better access to vital medical care closer to home.

The agreement formally establishes a primary academic affiliation between Wright State and Premier Health and includes all of Wright State’s colleges and academic programs and all of Premier Health’s sites of care. The partnership also will present new opportunities for federal funding to support clinical activities, teaching, and research.

This more integrated operating model will position Premier Health and Wright State to develop a comprehensive, collaborative approach to meet the needs of the community for years to come.

Join us to learn how this partnership not only shapes the future of healthcare but also enriches the lives of those within our community.  

 

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