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Holland After Hours

"Leaders and Doers"

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Virtually via Zoom!
2x Monthly
Holland, MI 49423
United States of America
While we are not meeting during the current Covid-19 shutdown, we are meeting via Zoom the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the Month at 6pm. Contact one of our officers if you are interested in attending via Zoom.
What We're Up to
(News & Events)
 

 
During the Covid-19 Crisis, the Holland After Hours Rotary Club will meet virtually via Zoom 
on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the Month at 6:00 pm.
 
 
When we resume face-to-face meetings, we hope to return to venues like Great Legs Winery and Distillery on Lakewood Ave.,
Brew Merchant in Washington Square, or Shanghai Restaurant on 32nd St. off Route #31 on Holland's South side. 
 
In the meantime, Stay Safe, Wash Hands, Wear Protective Gear, and Practice Social distancing!
 
We'll get through this together!
 
Go to rotary.org to see how Rotary International is responding to the Coronavirus crisis 
 
 
 
Sandy Hansen (President and Sue Franz (President Elect)
Have teamed to sew over 3,000 Protective Masks!
 
We also have other non-rotary Sewists who are contributing protective masks, gowns, and booties.
 
Charles Elwood—and family—from the Noon Club (who has spearheaded this effort) is printing 3-D Face Shields and also sewing/stringing masks.
 
David Beattie (IPP & Board Chair) is stringing masks with elastic and coordinating shipping out of the Club's Southside Distribution Center
with assistance from Linda Falstad from Holland's East Side (Holland Heights).
 
We are still cranking and the demand for masks, especially from non-profits and communities at risk remains steady. 
 
 
 
 
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