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

Jul 18 2018

Weekly Meeting — July 18: Assisting Victims at the 2017 Las Vegas massacre

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Harpoon Notes for July 11, 2018

For the first time, President Greg Stejskal struck the Rotary bell. Ninety Rotarians and their guests stood to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” after which Club Administrator John White came to the podium. “It is my honor to deliver the inspiration on this momentous day in the Rotary calendar for our club,” John began. “It’s a […]

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Come Shop Till You Drop at the New Kiwanis Center on August 4

Upcoming Event at the New Kiwanis Center! Come Shop Till You Drop at the New Kiwanis Center on August 4 with lunch at noon to hear why the downtown and west locations were combined into one 30,000 square foot THRIFT SALE. In the interest of providing Rotarians with something different to do together, the Social […]

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Administrator’s Report for July 11th

Weekly Meeting Statistics: A total of 93 members witnessed the “changing of the guard” and heard from Michael Score on the Hantz Farm Project in Detroit. We also had one visiting Rotarian (B. Yawson of Ann Arbor North) and seven guests (including former club member Katherine Larson). In conjunction with the meeting, nine members of […]

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Rotary marches in the Fourth of July Parade

A great civic organization (the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor) marched in a great civic event (the JayCee’s Fourth of July Parade) on Wednesday, and the results were fantastic! Our marchers include Greg and Patricia Stejskal, Ashish and Norma Sarkar, Mary Avrokatos, Ed Wier, Ed Hoffman, Roger Fraser, Agnes and Jim Reading, Art Williams, Art […]

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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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