The Rotary Club of Grosse Pointe had it's first Virtual Meeting on April 1st.  We had over 30 participants joining via video and/or phone.  We ran the meeting as close to normal as possible and had Susan Mozena as our presenter.  
Susan shared her thoughts as a Minister and Hospital Chaplain. She started by reading an article she has written for the GP News’ Pastor’s Corner that will appear in next week’s edition.  She compared the current war against the Corona Virus to the Battle of Iwo Jima in WWII.  Although entirely different in terms of taking an active versus a passive role in the fight, both are similar in developing a sense of community and that a terrible price will have to paid (according to the models) before victory. 
Susan went on to say that in order to save our community, and to achieve victory in the biggest fight of our lives, is to avoid our community.  You can show your love for your neighbors as well as for all health care providers by staying home.