Join us for this luncheon honoring Ronnie McQuaid (87), Commissioner, community leader, advocate and volunteer.
Ronnie McQuaid grew up on a farm in St. Louis. She and her husband Jack moved to Midland. When her three children were older, she began taking classes one-at-a-time at SVSU. After 11 years, she graduated with a degree in psychology and sociology. She says it is the best thing she ever did.
A woman of deep faith with a passion for justice, she believes that if a community is to be healthy, one must serve. Everyone must pull together to make sure all the needs in the community are met. She became known for speaking for those who have no voice.
Ronnie spent 32 years as a Midland County Commission and more than 60 years as a realtor. A charter member of Blessed Sacrament Church, she served on the boards of Midland-Gladwin Community Health, Catholic Family Services, The Family Action Committee and more. She served on the Board of Realtors on the national, state and city levels and was president of the boards of Midland Area Homes and Volunteers for Recycling. Ronnie served on the Governor’s Substance Abuse Commission and was influential in making the Juvenile Care Center a reality.
Lunch is catered by NADA and includes Asian Orange Salad, Honey Sriracha Chicken, Cilantro Jasmine Rice, House Made Eggrolls, Lemon Pound Cake
Vegetarian Option: Vegetable Stir Fry with Vegetable Eggroll
Friday, March 24, 11:30-1:00 p.m. $30 RSVP required by March 20. Space is limited.
Bookings are closed for this event.