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ROTARY CLUB OF
This Monday, March 22nd, Todd Lawrimore, Owner of Visus 3D animation will be talking to the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs about the mechanism of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Todd Lawrimore formed Visus 3D Animation in 2014 right here in Sandy Springs. Visus works with pharmaceutical companies to help explain the mechanism of action for disease states and the related potential medication. He does this using video and sophisticated 3D animation.
Before starting Visus, Todd had years of experience as an Art Director and award-winning 3D animator, communicating concepts through captivating and entertaining visuals that illustrate the importance of the core message. He specializes in creating concise, and elegantly simple solutions to complex concepts. He is passionate about 3d animation and carries years of experience. Todd can leverage a unique combination of technical skills and artistic talents in all aspects of video storytelling.
Todd and his wife Patti have lived in Sandy Springs for over 20 years. He has a 16 year old son named William. He has also been a Sandy Springs Rotarian since 2015.
More information about Visus 3D animation can be found here: http://www.visusanimation.com/
Various other artwork can be found here: https://www.artstation.com/tlawrimore
This meeting can be attended in-person at the Hilton Suites.
6120 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, NE Sandys Springs Georgia
The meeting begins at 12:15pm and ends at 1:15pm
This meeting can also be attended via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 830 5329 7439
This past Monday, March 15th, Sandra Craine with the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust spoke to our club about her organization.
Their mission is to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and promote public understanding. The museum she handles ensures that we all have an accurate picture of the Holocaust. It is an important part of the education of all citizens. We all must be encouraged to reflect upon the moral questions raised by this unprecedented event and our responsibilities of citizens in this great democracy.
The Commission was established by Executive Order by Governor Joe Frank Harris in 1886. It consists of fifteen members appointed equally by the Governor, Lt. Governor and Speaker of the House.
Sandra spoke at length about Anne Frank and her propensity for writing. Anne received a diary on her 13th birthday. In it, she described her day-to-day life from 1942 until 1944 living in Amsterdam during Nazi occupation. Because her writing was elegant and thoughtful, it fell under suspicion that it all could be propaganda. However, these suspicions were unfounded. Her diary has been studied for authenticity and its legitimacy has been confirmed.
Anne Frank’s family had tried for years leading up to the war beginning in 1940 to immigrate to the US but was unsuccessful. At that time, the US government had passed legislation limiting immigration. The reason for this was the ongoing depression and fear of Americans losing jobs to immigrants.
After the family was discovered in hiding and taken away, the Belgium government found and gathered many of the diary’s pages. By the end of the war these pages were used to chronicle life during the occupation of Europe.
In the end, less than 25% of Dutch Jews survived.
The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs appreciates the dedication and work of Mrs. Craine and the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust.
More information about the Anne Frank museum in Sandy Springs can be found here:
More information about Sandra Craine can be found here: