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ROTARY CLUB OF
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs, I welcome you to visit our club and experience the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs' hospitality and energy. We meet on Monday for lunch at 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Hilton Perimeter Suites, 6120 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30328. You can reserve a spot by going to our website at www.sandyspringsrotary.org. Join your fellow professionals, and community and business leaders, and learn how Rotary can fit in your future. Enjoy Rotary and Serve to Change Lives!
February 28th, 2022 Sandy Springs City Manager Eden Freeman visited the Sandy Springs Rotary Club to give an update on her new role and her plan for Sandy Springs.
Freeman started out by sharing the "3 P's" she lives her life by and will use to lead in her new role as City Manager: Promise, Perseverance, and Principle.
While 2021 was a trying year for many communities across the U.S., Freeman highlighted some of the important improvements and changes the City of Sandy Springs was able to accomplish. A few key accomplishments mentioned were:
Freeman discussed seven of her top priorities for 2022 to continually improve life for the citizens of Sandy Springs including:
Thank you for coming to speak to the Club and congratulations on your new role Eden!
To provide feedback or learn more about the City of Sandy Spring citizens can call the Citizens Response Center at 770-730-5600 or visit: https://www.sandyspringsga.gov/
Eric Levitan will be visiting the Sandy Springs Rotary Club at our next meeting on March 7th.
Eric is the founder and CEO of Vivo. He loves building businesses, solving problem and creating a culture of engagement where employees enjoy coming to work every day. He has a CEO track record of creating operational efficiency, strong client relationships, and employee engagement.
As the founder and CEO of Vivo, Eric left corporate America after more than 25 years of working in technology and running software companies to try to positively impact people’s lives and make a difference in the world. As he witnessed the decline in quality of life of his own parents as they were getting older, he realized he wanted to better understand the aging process and help them.
He discovered that as we age, we naturally lose muscle mass which is a primary contributor to a reduced quality of life and loss of independence, as well as leading to numerous age-related maladies such as falls, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, and more. However, consistently engaging in a strength training program reverses age-related muscle loss and is the number one factor in maintaining a high quality of life and independence as we age.
This knowledge is at the heart of why I started Vivo – to create awareness and a safe, engaging, and impactful program to guide older adults to a better life.