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May Newsletter

We’re coming to the end of another year at International Neighbors. Some groups still meet in the summer, but many take a break, and after May, there will be no more IN Days until fall. But, before we end the season, I would like to invite you all to our IN Day Annual Lunch at Venue on May 16, from 12-2. Many of you will remember our great founding mothers meeting there last year. This one will be even better, with an expanded menu. I hope to see you there!

Mojgan, Maria, Keiko and Pen Pen

We start this month by honoring the IN Day Committee which puts in so much work planning our monthly meetings. They well deserve the praise! The article includes an introduction to some of the members; we hope to highlight the rest in upcoming newsletters.

Next, we have a gentle reminder from Carole to make sure we have all of your information. You can do that here.

If you like to walk, Robyn has just the groups for you! Please read her article with info on the Monday and Thursday Hiking Groups.

Marcy has written about a tragedy that inspired the formation of a school for underprivileged youth in India. Our own Kailash helped establish this school and continues to be a part of it. A great story you can access here.

From left: Kamlesh, Ikuko, Barbara, DeGloria, Kosum, Adrienne, Mojgan, Nagwa

and sitting, Pushpa and Adrienne

May’s newsletter is, in part, an end of the year report, featuring annual reports from the officers and groups. Our President, Veronica, has written what I think is an inspiring report on the status of International Neighbors Ann Arbor. A lot has been accomplished this year and we have even higher hopes for next year. We also have reports from the: Secretary, Treasurer, Nominating Chair, Volunteer Coordinator, Zero Waste Committee, Newsletter, Mailing & Neighbors, Neighbors Follow-up Committee, IN Day Committee, Tea Groups, Conversation Groups, Reading Groups, Cultural Encounters and Special Interest Groups.. Please read the reports to learn about what we’ve done and what we hope to accomplish next year.

This is the last newsletter until fall, and we may not see some of you until then. Please enjoy the (usually) beautiful month of May and the summer. 


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