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Wayne State University - Ralph Bunche Institute - August 3 to 7, 2015
For 2015-16 Grades 10, 11 or 12 Students
No cost to the students. Sponsoring Rotary Clubs are asked to pay $250.
Rotary Club of Huron Township Huron Township Rotary Club - DG Liz Smith at the Charter Huron Township Hall Board Meeting.
Huron Township Rotary Club President John Chont gave a brief presentation to the board about the "12 For 12 Community Project " that was done in 2014-15 and the significance of winning the 2014-15 Rotary District 6400 Hugh Archer Award. DG Liz told the board about the background and legacy of Past Rotary International President Hugh Archer.
DG Liz and the entire township board joined the Huron Township Rotarians for this photo - courtesy James Karolyi
Rotary Club of Belleville
Restored Victory Park Gazebo and new Little Free Library
Rotary Cultural Exchange May 24 - 31,
Rotary Friendship Exchange from Nigeria.
Disfrutando de la visita de nuestros amigos de Nigeria.
(Ike – pronounced EK)
Past President Rotary Club of Ogudu GRA
Occupation: Public Administration
Past President - Rotary Club Aagbara
Occupation: Principle Partner , Mega Utilities Company
Fabric Designer, director – Knitting & Catering Services
Olufemi Ladipro Oludimunn
Past President - Rotary Club Ijebu-Ode
Occupation: University Prof of Agriculture
Mobolaji Olajumoke Oludimu
Mother of 5 Children
Occupation: Principal of School, Retired
Past President – Rotary Club, Victoria Garden City
Ifeyinwa Rita Ejezie
Past President & Major Donor - Ikoyi Metro
Occupation: Stock Broker- Managing Director, Investments & Securities
Olukunle Iseral Oyatomi
Past President – Rotary Club Egbeda
Occupation: Law/ Journalist
Akinola James Ogunsolu
Current President - Rotary Club Ikorodu Metropolitan
Paul Harris Fellow
Occupation: Human/ Capital Resources
Rotary Club of Westland This was a community event sponsored by the westland rotary and the City of westland. We brought together Resource organizations that provide services to the citizens of Westland and Wayne at the Jefferson Barns school. We also provided food and entertainment for the community. I believe we had over 500 hundred people attend.
Rotary Club of Taylor
2015 Scholarship Recepients Left to right Stephanie Neddo-Truman High School, Katlin Soderquist-Trillium Academy,
Club President Fred Pepper, Amanda Storms-Baptist Park School
and Nancy Wu-Kennedy High School
Rotary Clubs of Fairlane Sunrise and Woodhaven-Brownstown
Little Free Library Clubs provided the Township of Brownstown with a Little Free Library that has been installed at the Splash Pad at the Township’s Municipal Complex at Telegraph and King Roads. On May 19th member of both clubs joined with officials of the Township and local authors to dedicate the Library.
Rotary Club of Dearborn Each year the Rotary Club of Dearborn, through the Dearborn Rotary Foundation, awards vocational scholarships to Dearborn Public School students. Candidates are selected for scholarships of $1,500 each. The scholarships honor Otto J. Rowen, a former Dearborn Rotarian, who was an industrial arts teacher at Fordson High School and later became principal at Woodworth Junior High School in 1928.
Scholarship recipients are selected as the best representatives of each vocational area, demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in their chosen vocation, show potential for future success in their field, and are recommended by their vocational instructors. A unique aspect of this scholarship is that the student who is not planning to attend college or pursue additional formalized training can use the money for equipment needed in his or her field. Students from the Dearborn Public School District are eligible.
Twelve high school seniors received scholarships at this year's 27th annual Otto J. Rowen Awards banquet in May. They included Ryan Skelly, Edsel Ford, and Ali Farran, Fordson, for automotive; Dazia Smith from Michael Berry Career Center (MBCC) and Edsel Ford for culinary arts; Cala Harris-Norris, Courtney Dabao, Abigail Hall, and Leena Abbas of MBCC/Dearborn High School (DHS) for health occupations; James Hattan, MBCC/DHS, for information technology; Dearborn High seniors Sierra Aho for marketing education, Hassan Bazzi for video production & IT, and Tarik Dobbs for video production; and John Scanlon, Edsel Ford, for Welding Technology.
Rotary Club of Belleville
On Tuesday, May 12th the Belleville Rotary Club held their 70th Annual Scholarship Program, awarding ten $2000 scholarships to Belleville High graduates. The club recognized five recipients of first time scholarships and five recipients of second year renewal scholarships.
First year scholarship recipients are: Lindsay Lore, Verniece Renee Lowe, Emily Mall, Haley Richardson and Hannah Smith. Renewal scholarships were awarded to: Lauren Benedict, Kayla Hardy, Allison Juchartz, Deborah Lazarean, and Hannah Rodriguez.
Since inception, Belleville Rotary has awarded $450,000 to Belleville High School students as part of their scholarship program. This year, as in recent years, the primary funding source for the program has been the Charles B. Cozadd Rotary Foundation which assists the club in the funding or partial funding of many of its projects.
Rotary Club of Carleton - Special Playground Equipment Here are some photos of the Carleton Rotary Club. Spreading out the mulch around the Handicapped accessible swings and the lady bug bouncer that we provided at the Unity Park in Ash Township on Wednesday May 6, 2015. Also we have some pictures of a former Carleton Rotary members daughter Mia trying out the swings for us. She was involved in a car accident about 4 or 5 years ago and suffered a spinal injury and has been in a wheel chair since. It was her first time on a swing since and she really enjoyed it.
Rotary Club of Dearborn - Clean Up
DISTRICT 6400 INFORMATION
62nd Meet the Governor Event
2016 District Conference
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