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Windsor 1918 Rotary and Interact Clubs - Earth Day Riverbed Clean Up.

Our Club through the Leadership of our Member Tom Goebel and the Environment Committee partnered with the Interact Club,
The Safety Village Agency and neighbours for this event that was held on Saturday April 23.

DG Wayne and
Lisa Titus


Adrian Morning Rotary Club - SASSY Awards
Adrian Rotary Members are proud to honor students in our community who give Service above Self with a SASSY award. With this award students choose an organization to honor with a donation made in their honor by the Adrian Morning Rotary. Congratulations to:
Alison Carpenter, Senior Adrian High School, nominated by Sue Hammersmith of the Lenawee Community Foundation, charitable donation made to Imagination Library.
Haylee Arnett, Senior Sand Creek High School, nominated by Rachel Myers, charitable donation made to HOPE Community Center.
John Gamel, Junior Lenawee Christian High School, nominated by Kris Yeutter NHS Advisor, charitable donation made to the Salvation Army.
Raymond Prettyman, Senior Onsted High School, nominated by Lilly Wolcott, Wendy Slusarski & Carrie Zubke from TLC, charitable donation made to the Madison STARS program.
Taryn Dahlgren, Eighth Grade Clinton Middle School, nominated by Tamara Guest, charitable donation made to Lenawee Humane Society.


Adrian Rotary Club - Junior Rotarain Led Program


Rotary Club of Dearborn awards nearly $50,000 in scholarships to students in Dearborn 

DEARBORN, Mich. (May 4, 2016) – Each year the Rotary Club of Dearborn, through the Dearborn Rotary Foundation, awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to students attending schools in Dearborn. In prior years, these awards, which honor distinguished Dearborn Rotarians, were presented separately at different club meetings.

This year, the club hosted a Dearborn Rotary Scholarship Celebration at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center to recognize all of the 2016 scholarship recipients, family members, and representatives of their respective schools.

Dearborn Rotary President, Merritt Robertson, welcomed more than 150 people to the dinner event and introduced the scholarship chairs who made the award presentations, totaling almost 50 thousand dollars, to 23 students in five scholarship categories.

Jim Thorpe, Dearborn Rotary past president, presented the Harry A. Sisson Memorial Scholarship to Edsel Ford High School senior, Ali Nasser, who will attend Harvard University. The Sisson scholarship is awarded each year to an outstanding graduating student attending a public or private high school, or Early College program in Dearborn, and who best exemplifies the ideals and objectives of Rotary through leadership, ethical example, and service to the community.

Receiving the Hugh Archer scholarship were seniors Danya Alkhawaji, Dearborn High School/Collegiate Academy, and James Bird, Divine Child High School. Dearborn Rotary Past President, Lee Hollmann, made the presentation which honors Hugh Archer, who served as past president of Dearborn Rotary and later served as president of Rotary International in 1989-1990. Archer was founder and chairman of Spiratex Company, located in Romulus. The Archer scholarship is presented each year to graduating seniors attending Dearborn schools who demonstrate ethical leadership in community service.

Hollmann also recognized Henry Ford College student, Andrea Corrie, who received this year’s Dearborn Rotary Nursing Scholarship. Upon graduating with an Associate degree in Nursing, Corrie plans to attend Eastern Michigan University to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Sixteen students received Otto J. Rowen scholarships presented by Dearborn Rotary Past President, Bob Gleichauf. These scholarships are made possible by the Otto J. Rowen trust fund, administered by the Dearborn Rotary Foundation. Rowen, a Dearborn Rotarian, was a former Dearborn teacher and administrator at Woodworth School.  Students receiving the Rowen scholarships are recommended by their vocational instructors as the best representatives of each vocational/career technical education program in Dearborn Public Schools. The 2016 Otto J. Rowen recipients from the Michael Berry Career Center include Basma Abdula, Zeinab Alsharejy, Aya Beydoun, Hussein Beydoun, Nour Daoud, Aya Elmokadem, Asma Jahmi, Mha Kandil Elsayed and Raneem Nasralla. Also receiving awards are Ali Husein and Zeinab Nasser, Fordson High School; Robert Gladwell, Edsel Ford High School; and Jamal Mogalli, Dearborn High School. Henry Ford Early College recipients are Eman Eid, Eugen Ilisei, and Angela Lazarte.

                “Recognizing all of these outstanding students at one event helped us and others recognize how much we have to be proud of in our community,” said Robertson, who also thanked Rick Enright, immediate past president, for championing and chairing the event committee.


Windsor-Rosland Rotary Club
9th Annual Presentation of English Second Language Recognitions


Windsor(1918) Rotary Club
The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) celebrated its 16th Annual Dr. Clare R. MacLeod Secondary School Volunteer Awards program at their luncheon meeting held at the Caboto Club. The event featured keynote speaker Patti France (President of St. Clair College). This special program has been named in memory, and in honour, of the late Dr. MacLeod, a former prominent educator in this City and a former Past President and Life Member of this Club.
A student leader from each of the secondary schools in Essex County and Windsor will be recognized for his/her outstanding volunteer contributions in the school and in the community. This Rotary initiative honours those who have served beyond the ordinary.


Osborn High School Interactors volunteer for cleanup day 
at Lake St. Clair Metro Park, April 30.



District Assembly - Romulus Rotary Club
On Saturday, April 30, 2016, our Romulus Rotary Club PE Jazmine Danci, Emery Long, Dennis Davidson, and Bill Kren attended the Rotary District 6400 Assembly at Schoolcraft College, Livonia. After a delicious breakfast, DGE Sue Goldsen welcomed over 200 Rotarians from 48 Clubs. Keynote Speaker Mary Jean Gallagher brought a challenging message: "Being Thoughtful, Caring and Making a Difference in our Local and Global Communities.
One nice surprise, Bill Kren (also a member of the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce) sat in the Random Acts of Kindness Class with two Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador members, Lynne Killion, and Jessica Haddad.
A very informative four hours with men and women who are making a difference in their communities
and around the world.
- Photos Courtesy of Jazmine Danci


Windsor (1918) Rotary and Interact Clubs Earth Day River Bed Clean Up Project



Carleton Rotary Club
Here are some pictures of our Jaws of Life presentation to the Ash Township Volunteer Firefighters.  The “Jaws of Life cost $18,250.00 and $13,000 was raised from donations by local businesses and $1500.00 from coin banks placed in local businesses in Ash Township.  $2,500.00 was supplied by The Rotary Foundation through the community Grant Program and the balance was paid by the Carleton Rotary Club.  These pictures were taken by Pat Kush and David Ross has more which I am sure he will forward to you.


 

 

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