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Holland A/PM

Leaders and Doers

We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday of Every Month @ 5:30 PM. See Calendar below for Meetings, Service Project Schedule, and Locations.
Great Legs Winery/Distillery & Brew Merchant
332 East Lakewood Blvd. (Great Legs)
442 Washington (Brew Merchant)
Holland, MI
United States of America
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This Thursday, June 13, the Holland "After Hours (formerly A/PM) Club  Participates in "Leaders of the 21st Century."
 


All Club Members are encouraged to attend and participate. 
Call or email Program Leader Ed Swart at eswart@ridistrict6290.org 
 
The Schedule for June 13 & 14
Rotary Leaders for the 21stCentury Short Schedule
 
Highlighted areas indicate areas where adult leaders have an opportunity to interact with future leaders. Specific information on each highlighted activity is available.
 
Thursday, June 13th
 
9:00   a.m. Counselors will be in front of dorm to help Leaders 
9:15   a.m. Registration begins: check-in; get your assignment and meal card. Once you
   Register take your things to your dorm room (parents feel free to checkout your 
   son or daughter’s room and the rest of the dorm).
9:35   a.m.  Leaders will participate in a series of ice breaker activities
9:50   a.m.  Large group activities (Parents are welcome to watch)
10:10 a.m.  Small group activity under the Pines- get to know your team members 
                     and learn to work together through team challenges          
10:40 a.m.  Blind Walk –from dorm to Maas Auditorium
10:50 a.m.  Welcome/Video/ /ABC’s of teamwork –Maas Auditorium
11: 20 a.m. Break
11: 35 a.m. Maas Auditorium- Introduction to Rotary
 
12 Noon    Lunch with Rotarians at the Hayworth Conference Center
 
1:20 p.m.   Here We Go Round the Big Fat Pony
1:50 p.m.   Why Can’t We Be Friends 
3:10 p.m.   Back to the Dorm 
3:30 p.m.   Swimming and Volley Ball 
4:30 p.m.   Head to Dorm 
5:00 p.m.   Dinner – Cook Cafeteria 
 
5:40 p.m. Maas Auditorium –Rotary Trial 
 
6:45 p.m.  Head to Playing Fields 
7:00 p.m.  Kickball at Hope’s Baseball and Softball Stadiums
9:00 p.m.  Teams perform with rock, pop and country music stars - Maas Auditorium
9:40 p.m.  Free Time- Dorm 
10:10p.m. Girls on Second Floor /Boys on 3rd Floor
10:30p.m. In room
11:00p.m. In Bed
 
 
 
Friday, June14th:    What is Leadership/What is a Servant Leader?
 
 7:00 a.m.              Wake-up call 
 7:45 a.m.              Leaders head to Cook cafeteria. 
 8:30 a.m.              Wake Up Challenge/ - Maas
 8:50 a.m.              What’s Your Personality Type- Maas Auditorium
 9:10 a.m.               Scavenger Hunt 
10:00 a.m.             Dr. Johnson’s Story- Maas Auditorium
10:25 a.m.             Voting for Outstanding Leaders
10:40 a.m.             Cold, Cool Science Experiments Schaap Science Center 
11:40 a.m.             Dorm
12:10 p.m.             Lunch- Phelps Cafeteria
 
12:40 p.m.           Getting to Know Rotarians   & other community leaders
 1:30 p.m.             Capture the Flag      
 3:00 p.m.             Team Challenges/ Balloon Catch
 3:30 p.m.        Final Exam  
 4:00 p.m.             Fill-out a survey on Leaders
 4:15p.m.              Voorhees Dorm
 4:30 p.m.             Checkout/Reception
 5:15 p.m.             Parents should be in Maas Auditorium Leaders should be outside of Phelps
 5:20 p.m.             Procession into Maas Auditorium
 
 5:25 p.m.              Graduation Program
 6:15 p.m.              Go home- Thank You! 
 
 
 
The Club will meet on the 4th Thursday of the Month at Great Legs Winery and Distillery on Lakewood Avenue (across from Crazy Horse Saloon)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Public Relations
Service Projects Chair
Foundation Chair
Life Leadership Chair
Sargent-at-Arms
Membership Chair
 

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