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Rotary Youth Exchange
Steve Naas will moderate a discussion with former Rotary Youth Exchange Students.
Dayton’s Public Transit History from 1870-Present
On this 150th Anniversary of Public Transit in Dayton, it seems appropriate to take a stroll along the historic timeline of public transportation in the Dayton Community. And there is not a more knowledgeable person in this regard than today’s keynote speaker, Tom Morrow. The history is rich and colorful…and ever changing. With pictures and narration, Tom will guide through the fascinating history of Dayton’s public transit. Buckle up.
A Summary of How Government Agencies and Corporations Are Addressing Diversity; Equity; and Inclusion
Gen. Les Lyles is no stranger to the Rotary Club of Dayton! He has spoken to our club a number of times and has been a guest over the years. He is a retired Air Force four star general and was an Honorary Member of our club when he was the senior officer at Wright Patterson. Since he retired from the Air Force, he has become a true “Captain of Industry” serving at senior levels in a number of high level organizations, including Chairman of the Board of Directors of USAA. He has also served the U. S. Government in a number of high level boards and committees. He will use this background to address his topic.
A Life in the Theatre
W. Stuart McDowell is an award winning playwright, director and scholar. He was a two-year Fulbright Scholar, as well as a DeWitt Wallace Fellow, for residencies in Berlin, where he focused on Bertolt Brecht’s work. Stuart served as Chair of the Wright State University Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures from 1994-2016, after working in professional theatre in New York and California for two decades as actor, composer, director, translator and artistic director. Stuart and his wife, Gloria Skurski co-founded the Riverside Shakespeare Company of New York City, Where they mounted dramas and benefits, including the first New York City stage production featuring Tom Hanks in 1979.