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.

Windsor Roseland Rotarians promoting World Polio Day!



World Polio Day.
Taylor and Dearborn Heights Rotary clubs hosted Scary Karaoke for World Polio Day and Wayne State Rotaractors came out in full force to support.
The weather was excellent, the activities were well planned, fun was had by all and money was raised to eradicate polio.


Ron Giofu was surprised with the Peace Chain Link Award, which goes to a non-Rotary member who exhibits Rotary values in their community. Rotarian Karen Davidson and Rotary Club of #Amherstburg president John Sutton made the presentation.Thank you to@RAmherstburg



Polio Day downtown Northville with about 20  members.  They  painted one nail purple for everyone who donated. We collected $763



Southgate Rotary gets into the Halloween Spirit!
Rotary Club of Southgate members and friends volunteered for the City of Southgate Parks and Recreation Department and Downtown Develop Authority First Halloween Drive-Thru on Saturday, October 17, 2020. This was a wonderful opportunity to volunteer and help children in our community be safe but still enjoy Halloween.



P Myra, Detroit Rotary, received a Paul Harris +1 Award for her generous contributions to the Rotary International Foundation. _________________________________________________________________________


Rotary Club of Cottam Official Visit with DG Noel _________________________________________________________________________

Last Chance Golf Outing for the Trenton Rotary Club







PDG of Liz Smith Yeats,  inducted the newest member of The Rotary Club of Dearborn Heights


Kelly Roe – Realtor




Thrilled to have Traci Sincock induct our newest Rotarian Alice Ford at the Northville Rotary Club




Brittney Lawrence and Abbie Morneault- two young Rotarians who are looking for creative ways to talk about our organization, our district and our water project (Malawi Water Project)  Check out the podcast with Rotarian Gwen Jones 


Congratulations to Latricia Wright! Latricia, owner of Olive Seed, is one of 15 Black Female-Owned businesses selected by Stacy’s Pita Chips & Hello Alice to receive a total of $150,000 in Grants. Latricia is the founder of Olive Seed. A holistic wellness center, demonstration kitchen, and community space in Detroit. The Stacy’s Rise Project was expanded to help address the events of this past year which have impacted Black female founders of small businesses. Latricia was teamed with a celebrity mentor, Gwyneth Paltrow. On Tuesday, September 29 she promoted Latricia’s business on her online platform. As a result of this visibility, Latricia has “gained followers, sales, and confidence in promoting my business online.”


The Rotary Club of Windsor-Walkerville wore their orange shirts in recognition of Orange Shirt Day. This day honours the Indigenous children who were sent to residential schools in Canada during the 1860s-1990s.





The Belleville Rotary Club and Rotary Passport to Service Club are coordinating a water bottle drive for children attending Van Buren Public Schools in grades kindergarten thru sixth. Special thanks to everyone who made donations so far!
The club delivered the first group of reusable bottles on Thursday, October 15th. Rotary Club President Debra Green, Administrative Assistant Debbie McWilliams and Superintendent Pete Kudlak are pictured in the photo.



The Satellite Club of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) is proud to introduce the “Recipe for Success” handbook/cookbook! It provides important information on how to be successful in cooking independently. It provides a range of simple recipes from breakfast to dessert.

Past Presidents Bev Cyr and Janet Kelly had originally hoped that this fundraiser would be an in-person cooking class to prepare “graduates” of a local recovery home to transition back into the community. Unfortunately, COVID forced the team to pivot.



Plymouth Noon Rotarians assisted with Community Shred Day. Nearly 1,900 cars came through dropping off documents to be shredded and electronic items to be recycled. Plymouth Rotary helping the environment today.



Adrian Morning Rotary Club members packed just over 200 weekend snack sacks this afternoon. That will cover elementary and junior high students in need at Adrian Public Schools for one week.



Harrow Rotary club has taken on to support our local elementary schools after reaching out to them.  They  packed 100 paper bags with a variety of items for kids that either don’t have or forgot their lunch.



Dundee official Visit


The Northville Rotary Club did a  outdoor service

project cleaning the local walkway at Bennett Arboretum in Northville




LaSalle Centennial Official Visit with DG Noel!




Today the Dundee Area Rotary Club had the privilege to donate to the Dundee Area Senior Center.




Such a special thank you from Starfish Family Services. Just love all the help and support we received from Hines Park Pm Rotarians and Allen Park Rotarians and Detroit Rotary Toni Tront.  It was truly a combined evening that made all this possible.


Both Golf Outings were a huge success    thanks to all who attended and supported it.

US Golf Outing—





Canadian District Governor Golf Outing!



Noel’s cut out was there!!!!


  The Rotary Club of Northville managed their first in person outdoor meeting since before the “lockdown” at the Living and Learning Center in Northville.


Past AG Wendy Baggett presented as Club President Stiles watched. It was a great time for the The Rotary Club of Dearborn Heights to have an in-person meeting and be with Michael Cutler and Jo Ann Cutler to witness the presentation of a Rotary Foundation crystal and pin for their contributions to the Rotary International Foundation.




Since CoVid started, Rotarians Sam & Julie Dragich have been having weekly date night, supporting local restaurants. This past weekend was Date Night #17!!!!



LaSalle Centennial Golf Tournament






The Detroit Rotary Club is excited to welcome its two newest members: Terrel White  and Daniel Nowinski.   PDG Liz
Smith Yeats conducted the induction ceremony. _______________________________________________________________________________


Garden City Official Visit




Northville Fellowship Golf Event


Fairlane Sunrise Rotary Club packing backpacks







Taylor Rotary Club enjoying some fellowship ____________________________________________________________________

 Wyandotte Rotary Club Official Visit


Belleville Rotary Club school supply delivery to Van Buren Public Schools on Wednesday, September 9th. __________________________________________________________


Hines Park Official Visit



Plymouth Noon Club Flower planting at Rotary Park






Cars lined up for blocks Saturday morning for the free dairy box distribution at the Lenawee County Fairgrounds. Adrian Noon Rotary and Hope and Encouragement for Humanity of Blissfield partnered for

the event, giving away over 2,200 dairy boxes.Rotary sponsored two semis of Mixed Dairy Box products which were available to the public at no charge. There were no requirements to qualify. Each box contains two gallons of white milk, four individual flavored milks, sour cream, chip dip, cottage cheese and cream cheese.


Rotarians from Windsor Essex Clubs, Areas 9 and 10 participated in the 2nd Annual 24 hour Glean-a-thon at the SW  Ontario Gleaners.


They chopped, peeled thousands of pounds of potatoes and peppers to make dehydrated soup mix to help combat food insecurity.  Dedicated to helping feed the hungry, Rotarians are proud of their efforts that will see the product used for distribution to community partners and relief agencies in places such as Tanzania, Peru, Brazil, across Canada and Ontario.  Southwestern Ontario Gleaners is a dedicated charitable organization that provides FREE dehydrated vegetable mix and dehydrated fruit snacks for distribution to community partners and reputable relief agencies around the world.


Wounded America Ride this past Saturday 8/22)  with 192 Motorcycle Riders, many Rotarians, Rotaractors Police and Fire in attendance.






Carleton Rotary Shred day ________________________________________________________________

Members of the Adrian Noon Rotary Club & close to 30 students from Adrian College along with City of Adrian staff helped beautify the entrances to the bike trail at Dana and Island Parks today.


Romulus Rotary Meeting – Official Visit


Rotary Club of Windsor- Walkerville, invited Rotarians, potential members, and Friends of Rotary for a social distancing fellowship walk to reacquaint and discover many Rotary Monuments along Windsor’s WaterFront. This activity built community spirit and we enjoyed the splendid contributions by Rotarains over the decades.


With no hesitation the Huron Township Rotary with the Huron Township Goodfellows jump on the bus to support the townships STUFF THE BUS program. It is easy way to have a profound impact on students by giving them the tools they need to succeed.


New Members join Windsor 1918 Rotary Club

From left to right:
Suzanne Grouette                          Salenska Sobalvarro             
   Francesco Biondi

DG Noel was so proud of ALL the Rotarians who jumped for our D6400 2020 Skydive for Polio!

Thank you to ALL who jumped, came to support, took photos,
donated and who cheered us on! So proud of raising funds for polio eradication!





DG Noel’s visit by ZOOM to the Rotary E-Club of D6400-Global on August 8, 2020. During the visit, the DG recognized four (4) new Paul Harris Fellows for 2020/21 Rotary Year. (PP Jude, next level, President Bertram, Rot Anu & Rotarian Tos). He also bestowed the HERO award on the Club’s President-Elect Wale.


Trenton Rotary delivered the bulk of Toys from Bill Jasman’s house to Trenton City Hall. Goodfellow Debbie Devitt accepted the toys and put them into storage until December. These toys will hopefully get children interested in Science, Technology and Engineering and Mathematics.
A second phase will give similar toys to the Salvation Army for the Northern Downriver area.


Woodhaven/Brownstown Visit




Northville Rotary Club Official Visit with DG Noel




Northville Rotarians at Crossroads preparing and serving meals to the homeless .





Hines Park Rotary Club picked trash at Gateway trails. This is a path that they adopted and help cleanup at least twice a year.      They also also were able to adopt 2 children from the Michigan Foster Care Closet and provide them each with multiple shirts, jeans, a pair of shoes, school supplies, clorox wipes, hand sanitizer and other odds and ends



Allen Park Official Visit


Canton Official Visit ________________________________________________________________________________Fairlane Sunrise Official Visit __________________________________________________________________

Lincoln Park Official Visit






Dearborn Rotary Club Official Visit



Melanie Shepler, President of the Huron Township Rotary Club, presented a donation to the Huron School Board for the district to purchase the 22 hand sanitizer stations needed for the schools. This donation to our schools is a prime example of our motto “Service Above Self”. We are proud of our connection with the community and schools and thank them for all their continued support.



Windsor 1918 Official visit




District Governor Meet Up     Friend of Governor event!


    Grosse Ile Official visit






Plymouth AM Official Visit

Plymouth AM Rotary Club welcomed DG Noel with a Super hero Song:

Their first outdoor meeting.


Plymouth Rotary Club Official Visit



Myra Ford Jenkins  sworn in as president of Detroit Rotary Club




Adrian Morning Rotary Club,   Clean up at the Child Advocacy Center in Adrian as well as the replacement of a “little free library” in our community. All projects were socially distanced and COVID precautions were taken.



Livonia Official Visit






Belleville Official Visit






LaunchGLOBAL, now in its second year as a Rotary sponsored pilot program, was spearheaded by Rotary volunteers from Rotary District 6400 who initiated LaunchDETROIT in 2012. The pilot was expanded this year to form additional group lending partnerships.

The Rotary Club of Detroit sponsored five entrepreneurs in 2018 and recently formed a second group of four Detroit area entrepreneurs. Through LaunchGLOBAL, eligible participants receive five free small business training classes provided by International Strategic Management (ISM). Following successful completion of the classes, entrepreneurs are formed into groups to help each other grow their businesses while receive mentoring and networking opportunities along with the opportunity to apply for a loan of up to $2,500.

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? 

Our Mission

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

For more information about donation and partnership opportunities along with applicant criteria and requirements,

LaunchDETROIT hosts online Entrepreneur Marketplace to help small businesses .  Check out