Enhancing our shared community



From leaders to up-and-comers,
our organization provides the best place
for professional women and men to connect

Above Self

The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor is
active in local and
international service projects

Making an

The  Rotary Club of Ann Arbor has two mottos:
‘Service above self’ and ‘One profits most who serves best’


Upcoming Meeting

Feb 20 2019

Weekly Meeting – February 20: The Boy Scouts of America in the 21st Century

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Rotary Large Club Conference – Long Beach 2019

CALL TO ACTION: We are all Agents of Change Rotary Large Club Conference Long Beach 2019 The Long Beach Rotary Club gave a GIGANTIC welcome to the 117 participants representing 50 large Rotary clubs from across the nation.   Lori Walters, Executive Director, and Rosemarie Rowney, President Elect, represented Ann Arbor at the three day event […]

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Global Grant Scholar Madi Vorva: Update from Cambridge

The Peace Committee brings to you an update from our Global Grant Scholar, Madi Vorva. She is studying to receive her MPhil in Environmental Policy at Cambridge University and has been active among various Rotary clubs in the area.  — Greetings from Cambridge! I wanted to wish you all season’s greetings and share some of my fall […]

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Calling All Patriotic Parade Planning Participants

 Do you love Independence Day? Parades? Throwing candy at your fellow Ann Arborites? Christie Bacon Wants YOU! To join her in planning the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor’s 2019 Ann Arbor Jaycee’s Fourth of July Parade appearance. We had a great turnout in 2018 and want to make an even bigger impact this year! Volunteer […]

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Harpoon Notes for February 6, 2019

President Greg rang the Rotary bell. All stood to sing a spirited “Star-Spangled Banner,” taking their tempo cues from our dashing, bowler-hatted Immediate Past President, John Ackenhusen. As the Anthem’s final notes faded into the ballroom firmament, Norma Sarkar came forward to deliver the Inspiration. “My message today has to do with Positive Aging,” she […]

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Our most important

Rotary Centennial Playground at Gallup Park

Working together to help children with
disabilities in the Ann Arbor area.

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