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 and we welcome in new members to our great organization too!
The Belleville Rotary Club installed a new member at Tuesday’s meeting. Erin Prior, who recently relocated to the Belleville Community from Kalamazoo, is a wonderful addition to our growing club. She enjoys being involved in the community and giving back.
Rotary Club of Harrow delivered gifts to the Seniors in Harrowood
Mike Cutler from Dearborn Heights ringing the bells for Salvation Army
The Amherstburg Roary Club donated $4,000 to Amherstburg Fire Department last week so the fire department could purchase 144 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors form First Alert for vulnerable Amherstburg residents. This is the second time in recent years the Rotary Club has made such a donation.
A great time was had by all who attended the District Holiday party!. Many thanks to those who came and to the committee who helped to organize the event. Congratulations to the Rotary Foundation award recipients and to our new members and donors!
Blissfield Rotarians, Virgil Diver and Brenda Butler filling up one of many vehicles during Clothes Drive.
Northville Rotarians doing the Annual Goodfellows Newspaper sale. __________________________________________________________________
Farmington Elementary receiving coats for kids from Garden City Rotary.
Tri District Youth Exchange (6400, 6380, 6330) conducted their Inbound Orientation weekend in Leamington. They enjoyed Team building, Point Pelee tour and even learned the art of making S’mores. __________________________________________________________________________
District Governor Golf Outing. Thanks to those who participated! _______________________________________________________________________
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) 18th Annual Children’s Fest was a huge success with record-breaking attendance! _______________________________________________________________________
Day of Impact of Service—Congratulations to all the clubs and DG Traci!
Allen Park Rotarians working and cleaning up at Millward Rotary Park
Blissfield Rotary raised $1,240.00 for the Blissfield Community Pantry.
Belleville Rotary Club cleaned-up Fireworks Island in Belleville Lake.
WSU Rotaract and The Rotary Club of Detroit work at Belle Isle, MI, Gardening and picked up litter from the park.
LaSalle Rotary club at Street Help’s kitchen, assembling sandwiches for the lunch bags that will be distributed to over 100 persons in need
Adrian Morning Rotary Club did book collections for their little free libraries
Plymouth Rotary Club wokred at their Playground
Clinton Rotary Club Food Drive
Dundee Area Rotary West County Park Clean up
Adrian Noon Club Lenawee Bike Tour ________________________________________________________________________
Blissfield Rotary check presentation where we did a “match challenge” for $500 for the Blissfield Foundation Educational Excellence. Accepting the check is Superintendent Scott Riley. ________________________________________________________________________________
Plymouth BBQ pictures: Over 10,000 chickens will be served!
Welcome to our Youth Exchange students!
The Monarch Express making a stop in Windsor on the way to Mexico ________________________________________________________________________
District Governor Traci Sincock at the Rotary Club of Tecumseh, Michigan Pancake Breakfast at the annual IDIDIT car show.
Wayne Rotary Club Concert in the Park series
Rotary Club of Plymouth, MI welcomed their new exchange student Juan from Colombia as a part of the Rotary Youth Exchange Program at Detroit Metro Airport.
Leona MacIntyre, President of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) had the pleasure of Inducting the Officers of the Rotaract Club of Windsor (1918) for the 2022-2023 term. Leona presented them with their Rotaract Pins and gifted them Rotary backpacks. Sumit Kumar Gupta, President – Juhi Pathak, Secretary – Herschelle Pinto, Service Chair – Robert Kidd, Past President
Peace Festival at the Taylor Conservatory
great social evening and friendly challenge tonight. The home clubs of RI President Jennifer, Windsor-Roseland Rotary Club and First Gent Nick, Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial got together on the Lawn Bowling greens at Windsor Lawn Bowling Club
Area 9 Assistant Governor Kim Spirou inducted the new officers of the Rotary Satellite Club of Windsor (1918) Evening. (L-R) Above are Chair Suzanne Grouette, Membership Officer Rick Caron (on the mobile), Chair-elect Krishan Thirukudasundaram, Sgt. At Arms Antonio Paine Nieto, Program Officer Alioune Ngom, Secretary Colleen Mitchell, Treasurer Bev Cyr, Assistant Secretary Anna Galka, Foundation Officer Janet Kelly. We look forward to a great year working with our host club Windsor (1918) and its president Leona MacIntyre.
The Woodhaven Walmart has given us over $1000 in Returned and open Good in July the the Trenton Rotary has helped out Downriver for Veterans, the Salvation Army Wyandotte, The Goodwill Industries, the Trenton Woodhaven Animal Shelter, Trenton Rotary Foundation, The Trenton St Philips food pantry, and Time To Share which helps the homeless have a home.
Congratulations to Carrie Pritula, she is the newest member inducted into the Huron Township Rotary by District Governor Traci Sincock _____________________________________________________________________
Area Rotary clubs and city Mayors from Taylor, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Riverview and Southgate increased the ongoing commitment to Veterans and raised $35,000 to benefit two local organizations, Downriver For Veterans and Foundation 14. A special thank you to 6-year-old Ayila who hosted a Lemonade Stand to help Dearborn Heights raise funds and added $521 to our grand total! We gave Ayila a Rotary pin and designated her an Honorary Rotarian for the day!
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) is planning a Rotary Foundation Global Grant to support a Vocational Training Team travelling to Tanzania on October 15-29, 2022. The team will share birthing skills and knowledge with traditional birth attendants in Masaai villages. The training is in partnership with Tanzanian medical professionals and the Hai Kilimanjaro Rotary Club. The Team leader for the VTT to Tanzania is Andrea Cassidy _____________________________________________________________________
Dearborn Heights Rotary Club members gave away helmets, did bike inspection and repairs, provided a hot dog lunch and even had our Interact students on hand to help out with the Bike Safety course. It was a great day in June to bring back the Annual Bike Safety Rodeo.
The Southgate Rotary Club held their Annual Fishing Day. Thirty special needs students from Southgate Elementary schools who were given the opportunity to have a positive outdoor experience and learn how to fish in a safe environment. _____________________________________________________________
The Rotary club of Windsor St Clair launched their first public presentation of Operation Pollination at Art in the Park hosted by Windsor 1918 ___________________________________________________________________________
Many special celebrations going on for RI President Elect Jennier Jones during her Imagine Canda Tour.
The Imagine Trail was dedicated to Jennifer and the City of Windsor declared it Jennifer Jones day!
38 beds were built by over 80 Rotarians from Windsor-Essex and beyond. Afterwards Jennifer made her way to Leamington to the Guest Worker Festival to greet the crowd and install bike lights on the workers bikes. Over 150 lights were installed. What IMPACT we made today for many.
Hines Park PM Raises $1600 with their Wagon of Cheer raffle.
The Rotary Club of Leamington’s First Annual Walk, Wine and Dine, supporting Youth Mental Health in Uptown Leamington was a big success. Eighty-three diners were treated to culinary selections from 8 participating uptown restaurants.
Livonia AM Club member Claude Kendrick participated in a Fishing Derby put on by the Woodhaven Rotary Club
Belleville Rotary Club Golf Outing! _________________________________________________________________
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) held the 42nd annual Art in the Park event on June 4th and 5th. This year they broke their annual attendance record with more than 40,000 people passing through the event. Proceeds raised from this year’s event will continue to support the restoration of Willistead Manor and support local and global community service projects through The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).
Belleville Rotarians played flowers around the gazebo in Belleville’s Victory Park on Tuesda, May 31st. This annual project helps maintain the gazebo for various community events hosted at the gazebo and park throughout the season. ____________________________________________________________________________
Garden City Rotary delivered a taco bar lunch to the Garden City Fire and EMT department on May 25, 26th and 27th in order to cover all the shifts.
Windsor Roseland Lobsterfest fun!
Belleville’s Scholarship Awards Night hosted by the club Five students were awarded $5,000 each. The scholarships are possible via partnership with the Cozaad Foundation in conjunction with the Belleville Rotary Club. ___________________________________________________________________________
Hard-working Northville Rotarians who attended our Rotary Well Park clean-up this week to keep the entrance to Downtown Northville __________________________________________________________________________
Belleville Rotary Club members removed several bags of trash at the Belleville Lake West DNR boat ramp access, park entrance, and along Rawsonville Road on April 23rd in conjunction with the Belleville Yacht Club and other volunteers from the community who pitched in to help keep our community looking its best.
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) celebrated Earth Day by participating in a tree-planting. They’re proud to announce that thanks to the various group and organizations that came together, the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) was among 800 volunteers who successfully planted 2,000 trees that will benefit our communities for generations to come. _______________________________________________________
Trenton Rotarians showed up to go out on the river and do cleanups around the shoreline around the city of Trenton.
Rotary Club of Wayne and the Rotary Club of Canton Earth Day Clean up. City-wide cleanup. They mobilized over 160 volunteers ______________________________________________________
Grosse Pt. Rotarians volunteered alongside Ford House workers to collect trash on the shoreline
Rotary Club of Hines Park PM cleaned up our adopted Gateway Trail in Dearborn
Serving in the City of Ecorse at Dingell Park. Representing Lincoln Park Rotary.
Everett Thomas (President), Devonte Shepard (Ecorse City Council member), Charles Miles Jr.(Lincoln Park Rotary member)
Grosse Pointe Rotary and volunteers donated their time or goods to the April drive-by food drive! All to support the Second Mile Center and Community Treehouse. ___________________________________________________________
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) has recently donated a collection of gently used eyeglasses with support from optometrist, Janice Bellemore, Don Marsh, Janet Kelly and Dr. Ashok Rajan. These glasses are being sent to those in need, both in India (Gandevi Rotary Club) and indigenous communities in Thunder Bay and Sudbury.
LaunchGLOBAL, is a Rotary sponsored pilot program, was spearheaded by Rotary volunteers from
According to Margaret Williamson, chair of LaunchGLOBAL, entrepreneurs in each group have the responsibility to award loans to their respective businesses. “This means taking the time get to know each other, build trust and have confidence that the loan will be repaid on a timely basis,” said Williamson. This year, the Rotary Club of Detroit’s four qualifying entrepreneurs are Khella Young of Bee Buzzed, Lilllian Quickley of Small BIZness Research and Development, Dazmonique Carr of Deeply Rooted Produce, and Timara Wheeler of Rose Royalty Collections, LLC.
What is LaunchDETROIT?
To support and develop entrepreneurs and small businesses in under-resourced communities in the Detroit region, by providing access to business loans, business development services, and networking opportunities
LaunchDETROIT is a multi-faceted program that includes:
- Free small business training:
- Micro-loans $1,000 to $2,500 each
- An assigned mentor from the business community
- Networking opportunities
For more information go to https://launchdetroit.org
For more information about donation and partnership opportunities along with applicant criteria and requirements, contact@LaunchDetroit.org.
LaunchDETROIT hosts online Entrepreneur Marketplace to help small businesses . Check out https://launchdetroit.org/entrepreneur-marketplace/