Club and District Service Projects help to meet real needs in your community.
It is what Rotary Clubs does best in Super District 6400!   Some are local in District 6400 and some are from around the world!    District 6400 makes a difference locally and globally!

Here are just some of the latest projects and community events that Rotarians devote their time, talent and  treasury.

DG Paul, DGE John and DGND Aruna were at WE Rotaract Charter Night in Windsor. WE Rotaract President Shubh Singh tells the crowd about the Spring 2020 Canstruction Project.



Jonathon Wennstrom

Was honored to become a Paul Harris Fellow at the Rotary Club of Livonia Installation Banquet

Livonia Rotary Installation dinner, Past President David Steccholz gave his president’s awards to Laura Perlowski, Mike Vokal, Marty Talty,  Barb Lewis  __________________________________________________________________


Installation of Linda Newsome as president of Rotary Club of Taylor 2019-2020 by John Chambers DGE










Northville Rotary Tour d’Ville Bike Ride


District Conference 2019 Fun!






Plymouth Rotary Prepping 1,300 evergreen seedlings do distribute to the second grade students in our school district.





Windsor 1918 young leaders


An evening well spent with Young Rotary Leaders at Ronald Mcdonald House!





District Governor Paul was on hand at Livonia Rotary to induct new Member Tom Laabs. President Dave did the honor of pinning the newest member of Rotary International.




Rotary Legacy Forest Tree Planting, with Essex Region Conservation




Belleville Rotary Club  cleaning up the West Boat Launch On Belleville Lake






A new baby was born —- The Kingsville Southshore Rotary Club

Welcome to Super District 6400!





District Governor Paul on the road in Windsor at the joint meeting of all of the Windsor Area Rotary Clubs. He had the pleasure of accepting a contribution from the Hospitality Program students from St. Clair College of over $5,800 from a fund raising event that the students put on. Funds will be used to assist the upcoming Rotary VTT group going out to Ghana in early May.





Dearborn Heights  Mardi Gras Surf & Turf night




Windsor Walkerville Speak Easy  __________________________________________________________________________






Friday Fill-up! Several members of the Belleville club were very happy to stop by and help the ladies out this morning with some furniture moves and shelf building so they can create additional capacity for food storage.


Monroe Rotary started the process of the Monroe Street clean-up this past Thursday.






Southgate & Grosse Ile Rotary Clubs Putt Putt Classic. Good times, good food and good friends. @ Grosse Ile Golf and Country Club





More than 120 people attended the Rotary Club of Wyandotte Annual Euchre Tournament on March 1, 2019 raising $3,890 to support local charities.






Trenton Rotary  Reading with Children event   March 23rd






Lincoln Park Rotary Club’s 24th Annual Family Fun Night Event happened at the Lincoln Park High School Cafeteria This is their signature community service event that focuses on fun time for families with children from 4 to 8 years of age.


Books and Bookcases for Kids
for all first grade classes at Bedford Elementary School in Dearborn Heights.  by the Rotary Club of Dearborn Heights


Leadership month was shared with the students from Livonia Public Schools and the
Livonia Rotary Club at their noon lunch meeting.






Plymouth Rotary was busy on Wednesday as a small group of members prepared lunch at St. Leo’s Soup Kitchen in Detroit.





DG Paul presents Rajen Chetty & Anne Chetty with their RI Foundation Major Donor Level 2 Awards.  And Sue Zanin received her Paul Harris Plus 8 pin.





Great Lakes PETS…..  PE’s and AG’s getting inducted!


Information Session on Human Trafficking in Ontario, March 13/19. The Harrow Rotary Club and Members of the community were present

They heard from  Amanda Pierce a social worker with   We heard about different types of trafficking in Ontario and more importantly Essex County, how it happens, why it happens, and their partners do to provide a safe way for individuals to get out and away from their oppressors.



Leamington Club had a membership engagement evening in March!








President Jeff Smith with International exchange student Nicole Nagib  presenting  the “Pennant” from her Rotary Club in San Paulo, Brazil.








Trenton Family Fun day!

 Great community event!
Youth Exchange
It’s the International Dinner with Essex Rotary, the Youth Exchange Students, District Committee, and DG Paul & Traci






Have you heard of speed dating? The concept where you spend a few minutes with each participant to get to know them better. Well let us introduce you to the concept of « speed friendshipping » where members of the Interact Club of LaSalle meet the members of the Rotary Club of LaSalle. Great conversations between like minded individuals committed to making world a better place makes for an enriching experience for all.





The Windsor Roseland Club visited  Tsunami Glassworks!
Also recipients of Vocational Service Award from the Club






Rotary E-Club of D6400-Global took on a project in Nigeria, where they renovated a school, bought supplies and teamed up with the Rotaract  to do a Handwashing/Sanitation project


Club Secretary Bertram dancing  with the School pupils at the Event.

President Jude handing over the School project to the Education Authorities  and Community leaders


President of the provisional Rotaract Club (sponsored by the Rotary E-Club of D6400-Global used the Event to launch her Club’s Handwashing/Sanitation project


District Youth Exchange Students  at a Bowling Event Sponsored by Canton Rotary.


Grand opening of the Cottam Rotary Club Bus Shelters











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