Activities

Spread the Word: It’s Grant Season!!

The Community Allocations Committee is seeking grant applications from local non-profit organizations with a mission or project focused on Helping Kids Succeed. Please spread the word to the leadership at organizations that share our focus by letting them know about the Grants page located on the “How We Help” menu of our www.a2rotary.org website. Deadline […]

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Bowling Team Brings Home the Bacon

On Thursday evening, your Rotary Club bowling team turned in its best performance of the year and bested the Not ADP team 35-5 to take the first place championship in the Ann Arbor Service Clubs Bowling League. The situation did not look all that rosy going into the match. Not ADP had overtaken our team […]

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2018 Hire MI Vet was a great success

The fourth annual veterans hiring event, now led by the non-profit entity Hire MI Vet and sponsored by, among others, Rotary Club of Ann Arbor, was a resounding success.  Over twenty Rotarians were on hand at the Washtenaw Community College facility to act as Ambassadors: greeting veterans, reviewing their resumes, and assisting them in making […]

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Tax Season Approaching And Call For Volunteers

Tax preparation at the Rotary supported Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site at the United Way of Washtenaw County is fast approaching. Our Club provides both monetary and volunteer support to VITA. Robert Mull is our lead volunteer and has asked several of last season’s Rotary volunteers to provide a brief description of their experience […]

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The Peace Piece

The Peace Piece will now appear regularly in the Harpoon, with news from our own RCAA Peace Committee. You may recall that after the successful 2017 Peace Conference, organizers wanted to keep the momentum going, and so formed this committee. The exercise Bev Siefert led us all in soon after the Peace Conference generated a […]

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Want to Head South to Avoid Ann Arbor Weather?

Actually, “South” in this context is only as far as Toledo. The headline was a teaser to get you to read further. John White is organizing a delegation to visit the Toledo Rotary Club for their regular luncheon meeting on Monday, November 19. The program that day includes speakers from the Ohio State Police. Based […]

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