Member News

Effect of a CAC Grant

Your annual Community Service Assessment (CSA) donation in December allows our club to do great things in the community. Student Advocacy Center Executive Director Peri Stone-Palmquist sent this note of thanks for our Community Allocations Grant: This past year was particularly challenging for youth with disabilities — but can you imagine navigating all of this […]

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All About Fellowships

Get Involved with Fellowships Rotary extends beyond the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor — we’re part of a global network of clubs and passionate people wanting to connect and do good. Rotary Fellowships are international groups that share a common passion or profession. Membership in a fellowship is open to any person who’s interested.  How […]

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Annual RCAA Survey News

Annual RCAA Survey Thank you to the 83 people who have already responded to our annual survey!  That puts us at a 34% response rate.  Last year our response rate was 41%, and response rates in years prior were 35% in 2019 and 20% in 2018.  Please help us achieve our goal of a 50%+ […]

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Ann Arbor Marathon Returns This October

Ann Arbor Marathon Returns This October July 21, 2021 Epic Races and Rotary Club partner to E-Race the Stigma Ann Arbor, MI (July 21, 2021) – The 10th running of the Probility Ann Arbor Marathon will be held on October 24, 2021, after receiving final approval from Ann Arbor’s City Council last night.  Typically held in […]

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Mary Avrakotos Part of Sculpture Team Exhibiting their works at Matthaei Botanical Gardens

RCAA member and Potters Guild member Mary Avrakotos is part of a creation team including Joan Harris, Joe Szutz and Shirley White-Black. Together this team of artists created three sculpture towers called “Woodlands – Seen, Unseen, and Imagined”. The exhibit is currently open by appointment through a link on the Matthaei Botanical Gardens website. Starting […]

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