I Know my great uncle Tom Lyle Williams, founder of the Maybelline Company would agree that the men and women involved with the International Rotary Clubs are of the highest branch of service to others. Tom Lyle was a great humanitarian and his foundation still gives to people all over the world. He believed in giving back and gave 100 million dollars to CARE after he passed away.
19 year old Tom Lyle Williams in 1915, aspired to make his dreams a reality against all odds, yet he never stopped believing in himself and others. He inspired his family and the world to be the best they can be and gave in every way to help make the world a better place.
I told his story to one of the most humanitarian service organizations in the world this week, an organization who helps encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peach in the world. The Rotary Club Foundation provides $90 million dollars for international scholarships, cultural exchanges and humanitarian projects large and small that improve the quality of life for millions of People. I'm sure my great uncle Tom Lyle would agree that the Rotary Club like him, has overcome tremendous obstacles and handicaps to develop the fine organization they are and have been since 1905.
Here I am with some of the dedicated members of the Torrance Rotary Club after I gave my presentation. It was a great opportunity to meet with inspiring like-minded people who touch people's lives in their local communities and our world community as will.
After the meeting I got on the road and headed to LA than Burbank, where I did an interview with Deborah Dachinger on her Dare to dream Radio show.
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BRAND NEW Radio Intervwith SHARRIE WILLIAMS
Airs: Thur 5/12 -3PM, Fri 5/13 -4PM, Sat/Sun 5/14-15 11AM-2PM, & Wed 5/18 -1PM PST on www.925kyhy.com
Maybe It's Maybelline! Now Hear the AMAZING Story ...
Listen to Sharrie Williams' Interview:
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Sharrie, the great-niece of Tom Lyle Williams, founder of the Maybelline Company, has been an actress, a TV producer, and screenwriter and received her degree in psychology. Today Sharrie is the co-author of the book: “The Maybelline Story,” and her work centers on inspiring women to foster their talents and pursue their dreams into purpose-filled lives.
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Sent: May 13, 2011 7:04 AM
"I loved this podcast Deb, thanks for sharing, absolutely fantastic family story."
“The podcast speaks volumes about who she is and empowers women everywhere. Congratulations Sharrie! “ – listener Susan Ann Langford
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"I got it and Sharrie was a good interview, really enjoyed it --