District 6380

7 Ann Arbor Students Attend 2019 RYLA Conference

The annual RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) conference was held this past weekend, April 12-14, at Camp Copneconic in Fenton, MI. The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor sponsored 7 Ann Arbor students to attend the conference this year. RYLA is a student leadership conference held annually and organized by District 6380.  The conference is designed […]

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Pioneer Interact Helping End Summer Hunger!

Rotary has partnered with Food Gatherers to fight hunger in our community through the Rotary Fights Summer Hunger Food Drive, and the Pioneer Interact Club has been leading the effort! This food drive is a critical source of food for families with children who depend on free/reduced breakfast and lunch programs during the school year, as […]

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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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Fresh from Sierra Leone- Wednesday, February 20th! A Most Successful Project- Mary Avrakotas

Mary Avrakotas of IHPC will discuss a very successful Global Grant in Sierra Leone supported by RCAA and several other clubs at our lunch meeting on Wednesday, February 20th!  The project provided assistance with a project requested by local leaders in Sierra Leone to plant orchards which will supply income and support education.  The project […]

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Rotarian Grant Peterson Honored as Jaycee Board Member of the Year

Grant Peterson, Assistant Head Coach of the University of Michigan Cheerleaders, and Mortgage Banker, was honored recently as The Jaycee Board Member of the Year. The Award was given by the Chapter’s President at their year end banquet for exceptional efforts. The Jaycees are a leadership training and civic organization for people between the ages […]

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The Peace Piece: Did You Know?

The RCAA Peace Committee mission is to work locally and globally for peace, social justice, and the non-violent resolution of conflict.  To accomplish this, our 2018-19 Action Plan is divided into efforts relating to: Ø  Our Club Ø  Our Community Ø  Our Region (A “Tri-Rotary” Peace Initiative with Windsor, Detroit, and Ann Arbor area Clubs) […]

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