The Rotary Club of Hudson, which conducts breakfast meetings every Wednesday from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. at the Laurel Lake Retirement Community, offers weekly programs tied to topical monthly themes. May programs will explore “Social Issues”, while June speakers will highlight “Summer Fun In Our Own Backyard.”

May 2nd - Mike Hutson, retired Shaker Heights Police Lt., will discuss “Building Mutual Respect and Community Trust with Police.”

May 9th - Sue Tucker, Community Outreach Director for the Summit CountycDomestic Relations Court, will address “Bullying in Schools.”

May 16th - Major Jackson, Salvation Army, will explore “Breaking the Cycle of Poverty.”

May 23rd - Rotary will present their five 2018 Hudson High School College Scholarship winners and each will describe his/her future aspirations.

May 30th - Timothy A. Dimoff, CEO/President SACS Consulting and Investigative Services, Inc., regarding “Gun Control Pros and Cons.”

June 6th - Jennifer Kramer, Senior Local Marketing Manager, Destination Cleveland, revealing “A Jam-Packed Cleveland Summer.”

June 13th - Jennie Vasarhelyi, Chief of Interpretation, Education and Visitors Services, CVNP, exploring “Off the Beaten Path in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.”

June 20th - Ross Binnie, Chief Brand Officer, The Cleveland Orchestra, recounting “50 Years of the Blossom Music Center.”
Anyone interested in learning more about Rotary is welcome to attend a free introductory breakfast by contacting Rich Warfield at or Evan McCauley at