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Grab your coffee or tea and the breakfast of your choice and join us this Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. on Zoom to hear Buzz Law, President of Creative Financial Group Ltd. and manager of the Dunwoody Rotary Charitable Fund investments give us an update on how our Charitable Fund is doing in the current times. You can join the Zoom meeting at https://zoom.us/j/99732258910 or if you have the Zoom app on your phone or computer, you can go there and type in the meeting ID: 997 3225 8910. You can also join by one tap mobile at +13126266799,,99732258910# US (Chicago) or +16465588656,,99732258910# US (New York).
Buzz was a Dunwoody Rotarian for 25+ years and spent many years as a Charitable Fund Trustee and championing our involvement in Junior Achievement. He left the club when his office moved and the journey from meetings to work added up to a two-hour commute.
Buzz founded Creative Financial Group where he has counseled affluent individuals and their families on comprehensive financial, estate, investment and tax planning matters since 1984. Creative Financial Group became a subsidiary of Synovus Corporation in February 2001. [more]
Join us for this week's social gathering tomorrow night - Thursday, April 23 between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm.
All you need to join the Thursday fun is your computer, a camera (many are built right into the computer) and your microphone. Just go straight to https://zoom.us/j/700537258 to join the fun! Or, if you have the Zoom app on your phone or computer already, you can click Join Meeting Now and type in the meeting ID - 700 537 258. And, just a reminder - no beverage service or snacks, so bring your own and join us.
Editor's Note: Photo is courtesy of President Cathie, who wants us to enjoy her garden together soon - this is a trout lily.
While we were online together at Thirsty Thursday last week, Bob O'Brien received word that our grant request had been approved. We will be receiving $1,500 from Farmers Insurance to help us support our community during the pandemic.
Thanks again to Bob for bringing this opportunity to our attention - and to Bob and Louise for pulling the application together!