Please help James the son of Linda Newsome

Please help James the son of Linda Newsome, President Nominee of the Rotary Club of Taylor.

Click here for more information https://www.gofundme.com/a-new-life-for-james

DownRiver Care & Wellness Free Medical Clinic

DownRiver Care & Wellness  Free Medical Clinic

Downriver Care & Wellness  Free Medical Clinic

Saturday, February 24, 2018, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM 

Vibra Hospital      26400 W Outer Dr    Lincoln Park, MI

Flyer Free Clinic 2018 Download here full information flyer 

 

 

District Assembly is coming…save the date

District Assembly is coming…save the date

District  Assembly

Saturday, April    14th,    8:00-­‐Noon

Schoolcraft College, VisTaTech Center, 18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia MI

Registration    Deadline: April 6, 2018

Who should attend?  President Elect, President Nominee, Youth Exchange Chair,

Treasurer, Foundation Chair, Youth Exchange Chair, Secretary, Public Image Chair, Service Project Chair, Membership Chair, and all interested Club members!

Cost per Rotarian  $30   ***Pre-­registration for this event is essential, see your club secretary***

final-2018-district-assembly full schedule  download here 

 

VTT Team Needed—accepting applications now!

VTT Team Needed—accepting applications now!

Rotary District 6400 is offering the exciting opportunity to join a Vocational Training Team to Rotary District 9211 (Tanzania) in July 2018.  The VTT program, supported by the Rotary International Foundation, covers the cost of travel and room and board. Participants will have a life changing experience giving new perspectives on education, enhanced cross cultural understanding, and personal growth.

2018 VTT Math TZ Flyer download here for more information and details 

Application Deadline February 28, 2018.

Interviews for the Team Leader: Wednesday P.M., March 14, 2018

Interviews for the Team Members: Saturday, March 24, 2018.

Grants Seminars

Grants Seminars

*** SAVE THE DATE ***    GRANT MANAGEMENT SEMINARS 2018

Rotary clubs in District 6400 who want to participate in District and Global Grants for the 2018-2019 Rotary year must be qualified.  In order to become qualified as a Rotary club, the following requirements must be met:

  • The Rotary club must have attained a minimum contribution of US$100.00 per capita by June 30, 2018 from TRF Annual Giving for the 2017-2018 Rotary year.
  • A minimum of two (2) Rotary club members must attend a Grant Management Seminar in February or March of 2018 per the schedule listed below.
  • The Rotary club must complete and sign the District 6400 Club Qualification Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the 2018-2019 Rotary year.

Grant Management Seminars will be held on the following dates/locations for 2018:

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 – Trenton City Hall – 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Thursday, February 15, 2018 – Madison Middle School (Adrian) – 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Thursday, March 1, 2018 – Rotary Safety Village (Windsor) – 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Saturday, March 3, 2018 – Plymouth City Hall – 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Registration for the Grant Management Seminars is available on DaCdb.

http://www.directory-online.com

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact District Rotary Foundation Coordinator Donna Schmidt at rotarydrdonna@gmail.com or 313-386-8306.

Windsor architect Jerry Glos, member of Windsor 1918 passes

GLOS, Jerry
90 years young, actively working until called to heaven, hung up his hard hat and turned off his drafting-table lamp for the last time on January 28, 2018. No doubt there will be some ethereal design changes to follow. Jerry was co-founder and senior architect of Glos Associates Inc. Jerry earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from McGill University. He amassed over 50 years of architectural design experience continuing to work right to the end. He epitomized the adage, “You have to love what you do” and he surely did so, with a passion. A licenced architect, Jerry was a member of the Ontario Association of Architects and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. A few of his many local projects include the GM Trim Plant, The Adie Knox Herman Memorial Recreation Complex, The Windsor Star printing facility and the Windsor Transit Terminal. He was the recipient of multiple civic design awards for design excellence, including the Premier’s Award for Accessibility for the All Saints Church renovation in 1985 and two Windsor Construction Association awards of Merit including the 2011 award for Hospitality Institutions. Jerry was honoured as a “Fellow” at the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Convocation in Calgary in June 2014. His unwavering commitment to his community also led him to win the Charles Clark Award in recognition of his countless volunteer contributions to the University of Windsor. His other passion was his family. Jerry took his children and grandchildren on many travel adventures, most recently over New Years on a Caribbean Cruise. He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Geraldine, leaving her with many beautiful memories and a closet full of snazzy men’s clothes. Jerry provided his most fortunate children Martha (John) Burrows and Tim (Krista) Glos with a life that most could only dream of. He was a role model, a cheerleader, a man of deep Christian faith and an inspiration to his most cherished grandchildren McKenzie and Addie Burrows, Julia (fiancé Michael Knight), Amanda, Isaac and Eric Glos. As a member of many Boards and Committees during his lifetime, the one closest to his heart was CEO, CFO and driver of the Boys Club, which was simply him and his three grandsons. Many serious decisions were made at meetings usually held at Timmys where the CFO was responsible for the refreshments. Jerry has joined his brothers Carl, Martin, David and John on the new job site and is survived by one sister Mary (late Ed) Rishaw and many nieces and nephews. If you so desire donations to Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 or Banwell Community Church would be appreciated by the family. Memorial Visiting Friday 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at
FAMILIES FIRST FUNERAL HOME
3260 Dougall Ave. South Windsor
519-969-5841
On Saturday family and friends are invited to meet at Banwell Community Church (2400 Banwell Rd., Windsor, ON N8P1X9) at 10:30 a.m. for further visitation until funeral service at 11:30 a.m. Share memories, photos or make a donation at
www.FamiliesFirst.ca

 

Wyandotte Euchre Tournament

Wyandotte Euchre Tournament

The Wyandotte Rotary Club will be holding our Annual Euchre Tournament on March 2, 2018 at the Wyandotte Boat Club.    We are limited to 160 tickets that usually sell out well in advance.

Rockin the D presented by Trenton Rotary Club

Rockin the D   presented by Trenton Rotary Club

March 3rd,    Crystal Gardens in Southgate    6pm – 11pm

Limited number of tickets   available at www.trentonrotary.net

 

Dundee Rotary Presents Shake your Shamrock

Dundee Rotary Presents Shake your Shamrock

March 10th,  2018   Shake your Shamrock

$40 per ticket includes Buffet Dinner, Open Bar and Dancing!

 

Call 734-529 5223 for details and tickets

It’s Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution month in February

As a native of the Windsor area, I graduated from the University of Windsor and shortly afterwards worked in the local community for various non-profits.  I soon realized I wanted to work at the grass roots level working towards economically sustainable communities.  I began looking into programs that tied in my other passion: heritage.  I soon came across Rotary Global Grants and became a recipient under the Economic and Community Development (ECD) field.  With this grant I was able to travel to Rome to complete a Masters program in Sustainable Cultural Heritage.  I focused my studies, internship and thesis towards working with underserved local communities in ECD.  My internship was spent at a conservation lab which works closely with local communities to involve communities in the sustainable management of their heritage.  For my thesis I worked with two communities, observing their experiences and perspectives of the heritage they are surrounded by and the tourism that results from it.  My work emphasized how important community perspective and involvement is in economically sustainable heritage which works for the local community.

All of this would not have been possible without the support of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) and District 6400.  I would like to thank Rotary for this amazing opportunity and let them know their support over the past two years is greatly appreciated.   I am available to speak at clubs and meetings; my contact information is     melebanks8@gmail.com