Speaker Date Topic
Rich Galassini Co-Owner, Cunningham Piano Company Feb 09, 2023
Cunningham Piano Company
Cunningham Piano Company


Richard Galassini is an active performer, a degreed music educator, and is a student of the history, design, touch, and tone of the piano, an instrument he loves. He began with Cunningham Piano Company 30 years ago and is now Co-Owner. He has worked with the science of design, materials, and performance and has had the pleasure of being part of a team that designed and developed the new line of The matchless Cunningham. His special interest is to better understand the history of the piano, the voices of the world’s greatest makers through history, and what today’s pianists enjoy and desire from an instrument.


Roger Leonard, Rotary AG Visit & Club Assembly Feb 16, 2023
Roger's Annual Club Visit - Will be covering a variety of Topics for the upcoming year

Roger wil; be visiting, and our Board memgers wil be  presenting on their areas of focus for our club 

Sheila Mikkelson Feb 23, 2023
Director, Margaret E Heggan Free Library

    The Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library of the Township of Washington will be the community’s primary resource, through print and non-print resources, for knowledge, information, and enjoyment, with emphasis on convenient accessibility and customer-oriented service.  The Library will strive to:

  • Provide materials, with an emphasis on printed media, which are of most interest to users of all ages; especially preschool and adult age groups who have no other library at their disposal;
  • Instill a love of reading and learning, and a familiarity with the Library, in all residents but especially in preschool children from infancy through the kindergarten age;
  • Provide prompt and accurate information to individuals, groups, businesses, and government in our community
  • Assist elementary and secondary students with information, materials, and services which support their formal education assignments and interests.
Nicholas Appice - Historic Old Stone House Mar 30, 2023
Historic Old Stone House & The Washington Township Historical Commission

The Washington Township Historical Commission is a driven set of volunteers who are determined to keep the Olde Stone House Historical site part of the Washington Township Community. The Commission is a small group of volunteers who have a common interest in local history and are striving to promote public awareness of the Townships' past history, while also keeping up with restoration projects of the buildings on site. Appointed by the Mayor for staggered terms, these Volunteer Commissioners work tirelessly to balance hosting events for the public and raising money for restoration projects at The Olde Stone House Village.