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.  They also enjoy great fellowship:


Changing of the Guard at the Rotary Club of Plymouth, MI today. Past President John Buzuvis hands the gavel over to President Dale Yagiela. ________________________________________________________________

Northville Rotary Club installed it’s new President Jennifer Walker


Peace Picnic Highlights








Adrian Morning Rotary Club presented  2021 recipients of the Service Above Self Awards in their community


Southgate Rotary Annual Fishing day.
The students with Captain Rotary
during the fishing day.


Welcome Vitra Chodha to the Rotary Satellite Club of Windsor (1918)



The Rotary Club of Belleville is proud to announce their 2021 scholarship recipients! During Tuesday’s recognition ceremony, they were privileged to have parents, family, school administrators, and the club members in attendance. Congratulations to Kyler Warren, academic scholarship; Nicholas Rafferty, academic scholarship; Jessica Ley, Charles B. Cozadd Award; and Joshua Jeng, academic scholarship. You are all incredible role models!



Detroit Rotary Club honored Rabbi Alana Alpert with a Peace Link Award. The Peace Link Awards are a Rotary District 6400 Peace Chain initiative honoring outstanding peacemakers throughout our community and in nearby Windsor. Rabbi Alana Alpert is the co-founder of Detroit Jews for Justice, which organizes the Jewish community in the Detroit area to engage in movements for racial and economic equity. Whether it’s regional transit, access to water, sick time for workers, and strong public education, Rabbi Alpert has frequently mobilized many people of faith for causes of common concern. One of these causes is nondiscrimination for LGBTQ people.


Huron Township Congratulates the 11 Scholarships recipients who in total were awarded $9,000



Northville Rotary packing food packages



District Conference Memories












Northville Rotary – Rotary Well Cleanup




The Rotary Club of Dearborn recently announced scholarships totaling more than $50,000 are being awarded to 17 graduating high school seniors in Dearborn, two Henry Ford College nursing students and a military veteran attending the University of Michigan-Dearborn. __________________________________________________________

Taylor Rotary Boardman Park Clean-up .  The project was organized by Taylor Rotary Member Angie Winton. It was a beautiful day and lots of Rotarians and friends came out to clean one of the City of Taylor beloved parks.


Hines Park PM as well as 2 members from Fairlane sunrise helped at the Ford Community performing arts center with their Covid vaccine






Rotary Club of Grosse Pointe has inducted 3 new members

(1) Beth Konrad, and (2) Cindy Eggleton   (3) Sierra Donaven


Theresa Tobkin

New Members in Detroit Rotary Welcome!





Theresa Tobkin                  Carmen Szurpicki          not pictured  Judith Sheldon


Taylor Rotary celebrates 76 years!



Plymouth Rotary at work at the Plymouth vaccine clinic. Helping out with registration and crowd control.


Taylor Rotarian Angie Winton organized a clean-up project at the Taylor Boardman Park. About 25 people participated including a active Army person and local Boy Scout Troop.


PDG Rick’s presented on the Tanzania Project of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) to the Rotary Club of Taylor, Past-Presidents Therese Maggioncalda and Linda Newsome made donations to purchase wheelchairs for Hezron (right) and Gidion (left) so that they are better able to enjoy life and attend school. Many thanks to Assistant Governor Timothy Massawe in Tanzania for his work in the purchase and delivery of the wheelchairs on our behalf.


Rotarians from Windsor 1918  were able to donate 40 baskets to Children First

They also raised $430.00 from our generous club members!


Had a successful food drive for the Fish and Loaves Pantry. 3700 pounds of food collected. Had plenty or volunteers. And also cash donations that came in. This was presented by Taylor,Southgate and Dearborn Heights rotary clubs.


Rotary Social Dinner for Southgate Rotary and induction by DG Noel of two new members James Brown & Lisa Chamberlain.



Oak Grove AME Church distributed food through it’s Caring & Sharing Program. The Detroit Rotary Club partnered with Oak Grove by providing a grant for the purchase of food and assisting with the boxing and distribution of food. Our grant was featured prominently in the letter distributed to the recipients. Pictured are P Myra and Meg Coughlin at Oak Grove.


New Members in Grosse Ile

Guillermo Roque and Cynthia Curto and join  Grosse Ile Rotary Club





Windsor 1918 welcomed back,   Dr. Saad Jasim as our newest member,  he first joined in 1993 and now has rejoined the club





Rotary Satellite Club of Windsor (1918)   would like to welcome Antonio Paine Neto


Northville Rotarians have A BIG thank you to Mike & Anne Vetter and Jeff & Donna Smith who prepared dinner at the First United Methodist Church for 80 needy Detroit Residents. Items included: Salad, Green Beans, Baked Ziti, Dinner Roll and for dessert, Double Chocolate and Peanut Butter-Chocolate cookies.


The Windsor-St. Clair Rotary Club  took some proceeds from their TV Auction this weekend to distribute fresh apples and bananas to the following local organizations: Hiatus House, House of Sophrosyne, Men United for God Food Bank, Community Living Windsor, Downtown Centre,Maryvale Adolescent and Family Services , Street Help, Welcome Centre, The Windsor Youth Centre, Windsor Residence for Young Men, and The Salvation Army Windsor


Northville Rotary Club had Scott Warren inducted  by Chris Etienne.  Welcome Scott


Windsor 1918 Rotary welcomes their  newest Honorary Member Dr. Robert Gordon, President of the University of Windsor. ______________________________________________________________

The Rotary Club of Grosse Pointe inducted Kevin Cox as an honorary member. Kevin is the faculty sponsor of the Interact Club at Grosse Pointe South High School and has kept that club active even while studies remained virtual.



Laurie Pohutsky.          Welcome new members to Livonia Rotary Club!


Christina Van Putten




LaSalle Centennial Rotary club is proud to sponsor the

WEA – Windsor Endowment for the Arts: Celebrating Homegrown Talent.    They  appreciate that children learn in different ways and the arts is a wonderful avenue for students to better understand and apply key curriculum expectations. Their donation will support the Arts Can Teach STEAM program.



New Members to LaSalle Centennial.   They are Lara Johnson and Gillian Matthewman. They were both previously involved in the community and Lara’s daughter is a member of our LaSalle Interact Club. We are thrilled to have them join us.  __________________________________________________________________

Global E-Club new members:  Dr Olusewa-Ogunlana,  Dawn Cutler, Bosede Omotayo Balogun   Welcome! _____________________________________________________________________________


Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) President, Gerry Pocock inducted their newest member, Anna Galka to the Rotary Satellite Club of Windsor (1918).


Welcome the newest member  of the Grosse Point Rotary Club,  Kevin Cox. For all of his hard work as the faculty sponsor for GP South’s Interact Club, Kevin has been inducted as a honorary member.


This past week the WSU Rotaract Club participated in a service event at the Cass Community Center,


Taylor Rotary tore down the old fence at Penrickton Center for blind children. The club was awarded a grant to replace the fence. The company will come on Monday to install the new TREX fencing. ______________________________________________________________________________ LaunchGLOBAL,  is a Rotary sponsored pilot program, was spearheaded by Rotary volunteers from

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