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Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

First Monday of Month at 6:00 p.m., Second thru Fifth Mondays at 12:05 p.m.
L A Bistro
44314 Cherry Hill Road
Canton, MI  48187
United States of America

(734) 968-1436
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Today, our newest member, Doug Morison, was installed.  Doug's sponsor is Bill Simmerer, and our District Governor, John Chambers, was on hand to install Doug into Rotary and welcome him to our ranks.  We are excited to have you with us in Rotary, Doug, and look forward to getting to know you better and to sharing Rotary with you. 
Today Cheryl Stec and Jennifer Gerard from the Canton Recreation Department Visited the Club.  They are involved in the Therapeutic Recreation Program including Camp ABLE and Camp Leisure Club designed for youth with disabilities.
Today Renee McKarge and Lorraine Zaksek from Journey to Housing visited the Club and spoke to us about the organization and about our upcoming District Grant Project where we will help Journey to Housing as they resettle working homeless families into permanent housing. 
Today our meeting was cancelled to facilitate members' attendance at our District 6400 Annual District Governor Golf Outing.  The money raised from this event is used for District 6400 Rotary Club International Projects.  Last year the Windsor-Roseland Rotary Club applied for a grant for a bore-hole well near Chennai, India, from this event.  See September 23rd's story for more information on this project.  This year three of our members joined in the festivities of the day - Lisa Kennedy, Dean Clemons, and Ken Beardsley.  Thank you members for participating in this worthwhile activity.
Today we installed The Canton Rotary Club's first Corporate Member, the Wayne Westland Community School District represented by Dr. Andrae Townsel as the Primary Designee. 
Today we celebrated the anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001, by manning a booth at the Summit on the Park highlighting all of the volunteer activities that are available in Canton Township.  There were many civic organizations present, and we enjoyed talking to members of the public that came out for the evening, as well as getting to know some of the members of other civic organizations who were present for the evening.  Thanks to Derek Locke who came out on this rainy evening to display information from Shelter Box, an international charitable organization who partners with Rotary to supply emergency shelter in times of crisis.
Today our District Governor, John Chambers, visited our Club and brought us up to date on District 6400 happenings.
We are pleased to have Monica Levin as our guest speaker today.
This evening we met to thank our Liberty Fest Volunteers for their help at our Beverage Tent, and to collect school supplies for the Salvation Army Back 2 School Drive.
Today we welcomed our speaker Paula Talbot from the Windsor-Roseland Rotary Club.  Paula talked about our Rotary 4-Way Test and the project that her Club took on to help people fighting addiction in her community and surrounding communities. 
Today we welcomed local entrepreneur and author Wesley Berry who spoke to our Club about his life and his new book Big Things Have Small Beginnings.  Wes is currently the host of The People's Voice, a weekly radio talk show that features both controversial and unifying topics.  Wes started his career as a teenager working at his family's floral shop.  But that was just a start to a long life of learning and success!
Today we installed Barry Burnham as our newest member.  We also installed our Club Officers and Directors, and the Canton Rotary Foundation Officers and Directors.  Thank you to District Governor John Chambers who officiated at the installations, and who also helped us dedicate our two new banners.
Today Aruna and Shiva Koushik from the Windsor-Roseland Rotary Club visited us.  Aruna spoke to us about Cultural Diversity.  Aruna is our Rotary District Governor Nominee for 2021/2022.  She is passionate about polio and supporting her community.  Welcome Aruna!
Tonight Ansel, John, and Sue traveled to Harrow, Ontario, Canada, to meet our upcoming District Governor for 2019/2020, John Chambers.
Today Captain Rotary visited our Club and spoke about his work and his new upcoming role in Rotary District 6400.
This year we celebrated Canton Township's Annual Liberty Fest by manning the Canton Rotary Beverage Tent.  This is our major fundraiser of the year for us, and allows us to carry out many charitable projects.
Tonight we met at the Cady-Boyer Barn at Preservation Park to celebrate Rotary with our fellow Area 5 Rotary Clubs - Plymouth, Plymouth AM, Plymouth After Hours, Livonia, Livonia AM, and Northville.
We met at Heritage Park by the Veterans Memorial to begin our evening meeting.  Here we dedicated a tree in memory of Mildred Brown, beloved wife of member Bill Brown.
Our President Sue led us today in our planning session for the Area 5 Picnic which will be held on May 39th, and some other new event updates.

On May 10th four members of our Club headed for Caesar's Windsor Casino in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, for our annual District Conference where we celebrated District Governor Paul's year of service to our Clubs and our Clubs' service to their local communities and to the world. 
Holiday Party at Lisa and Mike's
Dec 09, 2019 6:00 PM
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Assemble Senior Citizen Baskets
Dec 16, 2019
See list of ideas for items to purchase
Dr. Jessie Potter
Feb 10, 2020
Gut Health and the Immune System
Community Flyers