Local Impact for
Community Good

Enhancing our shared community

 

Building Bridges

Local
Networking

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

Service
Above Self

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

 
 
 
 
 

Upcoming Meeting

Wednesday
Oct 20 2021

Wed. Oct. 20, 2021 Weekly Meeting (Zoom Only), Speaker: Neil McBeth, Rotary Zone Coordinator, End Polio Now: “Polio Eradication Progress”

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Pints for Polio / Pinot for Polio begins Monday, Oct 18th!

Pints for Polio has begun! When: Mon, October 18 – Fri, October 24, 2021, and a special happy hour for RCAA on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2-4 p.m. Where: Ashley’s Restaurant, Ann Arbor, Michigan in cooperation with Dragonmead Brewery in Warren. Ashley’s will donate $1 per pour or flight of Dragonmead sold during Oct. 18-24. Each dollar […]

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15-Day Plant-Rich Diet Challenge: Rob Shiff’s Vegetable Soup Recipe to Try

Last week, during the October 13th club Zoom meeting, Director of Public Image Lauren Heinonen challenged our members to take action and support Rotary’s 7th Area of Focus: Protecting the Environment. One way that she suggested doing this involves food! The World Resources Institute said in 2016, “Reducing consumption of animal-based foods among the world’s wealthier […]

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Distinguished Service Award to Collyer A. Smith

See below the remarks by Past President Rosemarie Rowney and Director of Youth Achievement John Sepp as they presented Collyer Smith with his Distinguished Service Award.   Distinguished Service Award to Collyer A. Smith October 6, 2021   The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor annually recognizes members with the Distinguished Service Award (DSA).  The DSA is the Club’s […]

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The “Three Rs” of Invitations

The “Three Rs” of education are well known but I am suggesting we consider another “Three Rs” in the invitations to our events and activities. They are RSVPs, Reservations Required and Regrets Only. I am not an ardent follower of Miss Manners or Emily Post but my mother was always keen on the differences between […]

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Supporting youth in our community

Rotary Centennial Playground at Gallup Park

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

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