Hugh Archer  Awards –  2024 award  

 


Hedke Awards      2023-24  Rotary Year    

DICK HEDKE AWARD 2023-24      APPLICATIONS DUE SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2024

Dick Hedke joined as a member of the Rotary Club of Detroit in 1920 and served as Rotary International President 1946 – 47.  He also served as a member of The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees. Dick’s firm belief was that Rotary clubs should be strong in Club and Community Service, along with Vocational and International Service as an equal balance.Dick Hedke Service Division Recognition is provided to the club that has the best overall score in each of the five categories:    Club Administration,  Membership,  Public Image, Service Project, Foundation      

The Dick Hedke Overall Award is presented to the club with the best combined score in all categories.   In addition to the point scoring, the application provides the opportunity for clubs to submit a narrative to “tell their success story”. .  A total of 20 points will be available, with each topic in the narrative awarded 1-5 points each.

Please use the following form for completing your scores:

 


COG Awards 

 

The Council of Governor’s (COG) award 

To see who has already won a COG Award, download list here: COG LISTING THRU 2023

The Jennifer Jones Champion of Inclusion Award is a new award to District 6400 recognizes the role of diverse thinking and inclusion as being essential elements for the growth, impact, and continued success and growth of clubs in our district.

In honor of Rotary International President Jennifer Jones, Rotary District 6400 has created an annual award that recognizes club and individual efforts to achieve diverse, equitable and inclusionary practices. 
 
The award shall be named the Jennifer Jones Champion of Inclusion Award and shall be awarded annually to one or more clubs and/or individuals at the District Conference event.   
This award shall be selected by the District Governor and Committee.