WEFOUNDCentennial Celebration of the Dedication of the Congregational Meeting-House: Rindge, N. H., January 11, 1897 (Classic Reprint)


Save the Date – September 15th, 2018 for the Lighthouse Centennial Celebration at The Museum of Flight! More information to follow.

Our Mission:
To create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities.

We hope you're enjoying exploring occupational therapy's history. This is only the beginning! We will continue to add to this site throughout 2017!

Thank you to all who helped make the Barbour Centennial Celebration a success! We are pleased to have spent two days connecting Barbour alumnae with current Scholars as they shared the broad scope of their international experiences across generations. Through the events of the celebration, Barbour Scholars re-familiarized themselves with U-M’s campus, inspired the audiences who had the privilege to hear them speak publicly, and shared the lessons they’ve learned since leaving the University of Michigan.

Barbour alumnae and current Scholars also had the opportunity to take a campus tour and visit UMMA (the University of Michigan Museum of Art). An extra special part of the UMMA tour included a Chinese ceramic piece titled Tomb Guardian  donated by Barbour alumna, Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur.

To conclude, the Rackham Graduate School hosted a celebratory dinner during which Interim Dean Michael Solomon presented Barbour Scholars and alumnae with pins resembling those worn by Scholars in the 1930s . The dinner served as one last opportunity for informal conversation and sharing of experiences among current Scholars, alumnae, Rackham staff, and others in attendance.

Lions around the world have been changing lives for 100 years through humanitarian service. Our Centennial Celebration is a time to mark this milestone, celebrate our legacy and look forward to the next century of service. The Centennial Celebration runs through June 2018 and offers all Lions opportunities to celebrate and serve.

As part of the Centennial Celebration, Lions are working together to strengthen their clubs and communities through service.

Save the Date – September 15th, 2018 for the Lighthouse Centennial Celebration at The Museum of Flight! More information to follow.

Our Mission:
To create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities.

We hope you're enjoying exploring occupational therapy's history. This is only the beginning! We will continue to add to this site throughout 2017!

Thank you to all who helped make the Barbour Centennial Celebration a success! We are pleased to have spent two days connecting Barbour alumnae with current Scholars as they shared the broad scope of their international experiences across generations. Through the events of the celebration, Barbour Scholars re-familiarized themselves with U-M’s campus, inspired the audiences who had the privilege to hear them speak publicly, and shared the lessons they’ve learned since leaving the University of Michigan.

Barbour alumnae and current Scholars also had the opportunity to take a campus tour and visit UMMA (the University of Michigan Museum of Art). An extra special part of the UMMA tour included a Chinese ceramic piece titled Tomb Guardian  donated by Barbour alumna, Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur.

To conclude, the Rackham Graduate School hosted a celebratory dinner during which Interim Dean Michael Solomon presented Barbour Scholars and alumnae with pins resembling those worn by Scholars in the 1930s . The dinner served as one last opportunity for informal conversation and sharing of experiences among current Scholars, alumnae, Rackham staff, and others in attendance.

Lions around the world have been changing lives for 100 years through humanitarian service. Our Centennial Celebration is a time to mark this milestone, celebrate our legacy and look forward to the next century of service. The Centennial Celebration runs through June 2018 and offers all Lions opportunities to celebrate and serve.

As part of the Centennial Celebration, Lions are working together to strengthen their clubs and communities through service.

Arch Klumph’s idea for an endowment fund dedicated to “doing good in the world” planted the seed for The Rotary Foundation in 1917. That one idea and an initial contribution of $26.50 set in motion a powerful force for good that has transformed millions of lives around the globe.

From Rotary’s battle against the poliovirus to establishing the Rotary Peace Centers, The Rotary Foundation has a rich history. Doing Good in the World: The inspiring story of the Foundation’s First 100 Years tells the fascinating story of this 100-year journey and the people who made it happen.

Our supporters are the reason the Foundation has been able to make a difference in the lives of so many people around the world. Learn about some of these donors, who are giving generously to advance the Foundation’s work.

Save the Date – September 15th, 2018 for the Lighthouse Centennial Celebration at The Museum of Flight! More information to follow.

Our Mission:
To create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities.

We hope you're enjoying exploring occupational therapy's history. This is only the beginning! We will continue to add to this site throughout 2017!

Thank you to all who helped make the Barbour Centennial Celebration a success! We are pleased to have spent two days connecting Barbour alumnae with current Scholars as they shared the broad scope of their international experiences across generations. Through the events of the celebration, Barbour Scholars re-familiarized themselves with U-M’s campus, inspired the audiences who had the privilege to hear them speak publicly, and shared the lessons they’ve learned since leaving the University of Michigan.

Barbour alumnae and current Scholars also had the opportunity to take a campus tour and visit UMMA (the University of Michigan Museum of Art). An extra special part of the UMMA tour included a Chinese ceramic piece titled Tomb Guardian  donated by Barbour alumna, Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur.

To conclude, the Rackham Graduate School hosted a celebratory dinner during which Interim Dean Michael Solomon presented Barbour Scholars and alumnae with pins resembling those worn by Scholars in the 1930s . The dinner served as one last opportunity for informal conversation and sharing of experiences among current Scholars, alumnae, Rackham staff, and others in attendance.

Save the Date – September 15th, 2018 for the Lighthouse Centennial Celebration at The Museum of Flight! More information to follow.

Our Mission:
To create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities.

Save the Date – September 15th, 2018 for the Lighthouse Centennial Celebration at The Museum of Flight! More information to follow.

Our Mission:
To create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities.

We hope you're enjoying exploring occupational therapy's history. This is only the beginning! We will continue to add to this site throughout 2017!


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