Check out the List of Award recipients for the 2020-21 year:  CLICK HERE

Hugh Archer  Awards –  2022 award  

Inventor, engineer, executive, humanitarian, scientist, businessman Past Rl President (1989-1990) and Dearborn Rotarian Hugh M. Archer was all those things and more, making him one of Rotary’s “Renaissance Men”. Hugh Archer died on July 15, 2005 in Dearborn Michigan, and his legacy to Rotary lives on in the hearts and minds of Rotarians worldwide. Hugh’s great belief was that Rotarians enjoyed their meetings, enjoyed service, enjoyed informality and enjoyed getting to know one another. The Rl theme for his year was pure Hugh Archer: Enjoy Rotary”.  District 6400 and his home club established these awards to honor Hugh during his year as Rotary International President. The Archer award is for a New Project either for an individual club or collaborative with 2 or more clubs.

Deadline for both Hugh Archer awards    April 1st, 2022

Hugh Archer Collaborative Award  download write-able form here 

Hugh Archer Award down load write-able form here

Hedke Awards      2021-22 Rotary Year

This award honors the memory of Richard C. Hedke, member of the Detroit Rotary Club and Rotary International President in 1946-47. The award is presented yearly to the club in District 6400 that achieves the best balance in several areas, including Club Administration, Membership, Public Image, Service Projects and Rotary Foundation.  Individual winners in each category are also presented.   Remember if you start and restart this in Survey Monkey you must do it from the same computer/browser  Or you will lose your data entered.

We recommend you use the worksheet to get it all done and then type it in at once into Survey Monkey to avoid any frustrations.     Hedke 2021-22 Worksheet download here.


COG Awards 

The Council of Governor’s (COG) award is the premier award of District 6400 and it is designed to recognize individuals for their exemplary past and continuing service to the District and to their Club.  Just as the cog represents an integral working part of the Rotary logo wheel, the individual represents a vital moving part of the Rotary Wheel of Service.  The COG Award is designed to recognize an individual, currently active, for outstanding service in one or more of the five avenues of service including continued service to the individual’s club.  

To see who has already won a COG Award, download list here: cog by year click here

Rotary Road Trips:   

The lamp is a symbol for lighting a pathway of service. At club meetings the HOPE Champion invites members to light the lamp if they have undertaken a service project or idea and to share it with the group.    Use either a tea candle or a battery-powered tea light in your lamp.    

Record each act of service in this Passport. If it is full, find a blank journal or planner to keep recording your stories.
How did the activity create joy and change?  Did you buy a coffee for front line workers? Did you work with a shelter to provide needful things? Help a senior by shopping for her?

Fill this passport for recognition at Discon 2022.  And keep the kindness going even after it’s full.
Submit completed Passports to your Area AG by  April 1, 2022 for special recognition at Discon 2022.

passportHOPE6400for 2021 Download brochure here to keep track of each act of service


Governor Citation:    Deadline  4/15/2022

Download and print  here: governors citation download  brochure here