Rotary Club of Detroit
Comerica Bank Recently Donated a
completly furnished building on the east side of Detroit.
Comerica also donated $10k to help with re-modeling expenses.
Rotary Club of Trenton
Rotary Club of Livonia
This club donated funds to:Larry Nehasil Fund, TRF, Polio Eradication, Shelter Box, Schoolcraft College-Scholarship Fund, Madonna University-Scholarship Fund, Livonia YMCA-Strong Kids Campaign, First Step, Livonia Rotary Foundation, Livonina Public Library, Detroit Literacy Initiative, Kids Against Hunger and Canton Rotary Club-Caddy Canes and Kiddie Rock.
Rotary Club of Trenton
District 6400 Medical Brigade - Team Led by PDG Larry Wright Chinandega, Nicaragua
Registration starts at 7:30 AM.
Please pay $30 at the registration area.
Breakfast 8 AM.
10 - 10:50 AM
11 - 11:50 AM
District Awards Page
Rotary International - Extremenly Important "Strenthening Rotary" Document
(Click Below to upload a Large Power Pointe File)
District Literacy Award
March 13 - 15th
Click here to check out the web site and register!!!!
Everyone attending PETS must register, including all Presidents-elect (PEs).
Both the PETS registration and hotel reservations are handled from this web site's Register Online page. Online registration has begin .
The registration fee is $180. Payments must be made with a credit card.
Reminder: The PE Registration fee has been paid in advance by our district. .
Your hotel room is not covered by the registration fee. Attendees including PE's must use the website for hotel reservations.
The General Info page has details about registration and hotel reservations.
Placing your Club's Goals on RI Web Site
Click on the below image to see a PDF Document that shows you how to do this. Courtesy ADG Ron Weins
Detroit Global Grant Approval
We received notice that the Global Grant that our Club submitted with Rotary District 9550 was approved by the Rotary Foundation! This grant will fund the return of the Australian VTT. The team will be comprised of 4 persons who came to Detroit in 2011- John Clark, Bryan Dobson, Shirley Verrall, and Bruce Edwards. They will arrive in Chicago on February 20th, fly into Detroit on February 24th, and depart on April 7th.
While here, they will continue their work, sharing best practices in Adult Education with Rotarians, Literacy Organizations, and Adult Education Staff and Volunteers. The Team will work out of the Pro-Literacy Detroit office, where 7 workshops and 2 Roundtable Discussions are scheduled during the month of March. On March 19th, the Australians will give a presentation to our Club.
The following Workshops and Roundtable Discussions, limited to 15 persons, will be offered at 12300 Morang Rd. Detroit 48224
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