Rotary Club of Essex
PDG Neil McBeth
City of Essex Citizen of the Year Event Today!!!
2015 District Conference
Grand Traverse Resort
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Rotary Club of Essex - World Polio Day
Rotary Club of Essex promotes World Polio Day on Friday Oct. 24th with 'Pizza for Polio' campaign. All five pizzerias in Essex agreed to contribute a portion of sales on Friday to Rotary's 'End Polio Now' initiative. Here are some photos. Essex High School also got involved and ate lots of pizza for lunch. Purple pinkies were done to show support.
Thanks to the hard work, behind the scenes promotional planning and visiting pizza places and pizza eating by the Pizza for Polio Committee: Rick Barnett, Julie Ricci, Jim Wallace and Neil McBeth. Thanks for the great photos, courtesy of Ron Ricci.
It was great fun and happy that we could get the word out about Rotary's significance in the fight to end polio worldwide through vaccination. 'We're This Close'.
Assistant Governor Area 9
Rotary Club of Essex
Rotary Club of Plymouth
These Rotarians and Guests planted 70 Trees Saturday
at a special school.
Rotary Club Adrian Morning
is happy to honor many members of our community with Service above Self #awards with Lad Strayer, Chris Noe, Charles Noe, Cindy Frownfelder, Rob Treviño and Nancy Herr at The Centre.
Rotary Club of Windsor St. Clair
Rotarian Carlo Abati recognize Amy Johnson with a Humanitarian Award today. A single mother of six sons and full-time law student, Amy founded Cuddles Clothing for Kids to ensure that all children could access the clothes they need. Congratulations, Amy, and thank you for all you do for the children of our community.
Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)
PDG & RI Director Elect Jennifer Jones was the Guest Speaker at the Pigout for Polio event held at the Walkerville Brewery. Jennifer’s passion for END POLIO NOW will surely re-ignite the spark in all Rotarians to renew their commitment to the eradication of this debilitating disease. Visit www.rotary1918.com for more information. - Photos by Mike Kovaliv Photography
The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial is proud to host LaSalle’s first-ever Youth Leadership Conference on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Vollmer Complex (Rotary Room).
Over 45 students from Sandwich Secondary School, Villanova Secondary School and General Amherst Secondary School who show leadership potential and a commitment to our community were selected by their schools’ administration to attend.
The conference’s curriculum is designed to help students develop essential qualities of being a leader, such as “Knowing Others”, “Knowing Yourself”, “Communication”, “Problem-Solving” and “Taking Action”.
The day will feature motivational speakers and community leaders including Glen Bacarro (G.L.E.N. Project); Dr. Linda Morrow (Manager of Learning & Workplace Development at Windsor Regional Hospital); and Mary-Jean Gallagher (Chief Student Achievement Officer of Ontario and Assistant Deputy Minister of Education).
The objective of this conference is to empower youth to join leaders, exchange ideas and take action in our local community and abroad, and adopt Rotary’s motto of “service above self”.
The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial is a local club of Rotary International: an organization of 1.2 million individuals who come together to create positive, lasting change in local communities and around the world.
Rotary Club of Grosse Pointe
Ms. Chupick, a senior at Grosse Pointe South who won the Miss Grosse Pointe Farms Pageant and competed for the title of Miss Michigan, was the quest speaker at the Oct. 6 luncheon meeing of Grosse Pointe Rotary. She has been active in Interact since her sophomore year. Our Club sponsored Ms. Chupick to attend the World Affairs Seminar that takes place in Wisconsin every summer. The Seminar is a Rotary 6270 Initiative and its purpose is to bring about better understanding of world problems among a select group of 200 young people from around the world.
Ms. Chupick was very grateful to have the opportunity to participate in the Seminar. Photo by John Minnis
Rotary Club of Detroit
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Courtesy of Ed Morykwas
Rotary Club of Trenton
An Audition for Murder Fun Fundraiser
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Rotary Club of Westland
DG Liz Official Visit
President Lou Toarmina and DG Liz
Rotary Club of Fairland Sunrise
Kids Against Hunger Event Kids
Fairlane Sunrise Rotary Club hosted the 5th Annual Kids Against Hunger at University of Michigan Dearborn College. The chair was Jim Perri.
Hands high in service! A morning at U of M-Dearborn with Rotarians, Interacters, and UM-D exchange students packing food for folks who need it.
The Kids Against Hunger provided the food, containers and assembly lines. Two sessions packed thousands of dry meal food for local food pantries, western Africa and other food pantries.
Pics by Governor Liz and PDG Jim Karolyi
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