My Rotary

STRIVE@Work Bosch Field Trip

Rotary STRIVE Scholars and members of the STRIVE committee enjoyed a terrific experience learning about autonomous vehicles and the opportunities for Washtenaw Community College students.  Along with Pathways Counselor Marisa Bailey-Johnson, Rotarians Amy Goodman, Leo Shedden, Arthur Williams, and Nana Yawson, six STRIVE students traveled to the Bosch facility in Plymouth on February 21. Our […]

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Member recommendation deadline – Friday, February 8

The deadline for recommending member for this spring’s class is this Friday, February 8. To recommend a new member, you must fill out the membership recommendation form at http://www.a2rotary.org/current-members/forms-downloads/recommend-new-member/. The Membership Committee will be reviewing the recommendations at its February 13 meeting and passing them on to the board for final approval at the board’s February […]

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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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My Rotary: Club service keeps our club humming

The ABC of Rotary (originally written by Past International President Cliff Dochterman) defines club services as “all of the activities necessary for Rotarians to perform to make their club function successfully.” As you can imagine, in a club our size, we need a lot of Rotarians to keep our club humming. Club service is the […]

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