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1: Is it the truth?
2: Is it fair to all concerned?
3: Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
4: Will it be benefical to all concerned?
1: Club Service
2: Vocational Service
3: Community Service
4: International Service
5: New Generations
This year as in years past the Huron Township Rotary Club had a major presence at the Huron Township Applefest. This year the club ran a outstanding 50/50 raffle. The club also sold Apple, Dutch Apple, Sugar Free Apple and Pumpkin pies. The 50/50 raffle winner was Brandon Sullivan of Brownstown with the winning ticket # 000482. Congrats to Brandon who we found out to be in college and this prize will go a long way to enrich his education.
Objective, facilitate a Fraud Prevention program designed for seniors,
put on by the State of Michigan BBB.
Objective, run a Polio Eradication fundraiser with all of the public
schools in Huron Township.
Objective, to distribute pocket size copies of the United States
Constitution and the Bill of Rights to all 5th grade students in
Huron Township that are in a government class.
Objective, to facilitate Huron Township Rotary's first Youth Exchange
Student and her family with paperwork and cost's.
Objective, to help our hosting church with their Freestyle program.
This program is to collect slightly used clothing and allow the public
that needs clothing for the family to come in and pick out whatever
Objective, help the church in the purchase of an (AED) Automatic
The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and in particular, to encourage and foster:
The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service.
High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society.
The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life.
The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.
We are selling raffle tickets for the months of October, December and February (2017), at $10.00 an envelope containing a random ticket in each envelope. There are 1000 tickets for each month covering the possible numbers 000 through 999. If the ticket purchased for that month matches the Michigan Lottery Midday number drawn (Monday – Saturday) the winner will receive $100, on selected days the winning number is worth $400.00. Also, one number above or below the winning number for that day, that ticket holder will win $25.00. Tickets can be purchased from any Huron Township Rotary Member.
Michigan Raffle license # X93047
Objective, is to buy 75 holiday meals for seniors through the Downriver
Senior Alliance. Reason, Meals on Wheels doesn't deliver meals on the
holidays and the seniors would have gone without a meal on
Objective, donate 75 smoke detectors to our local Fire Department
and have them disperse as they see fit.
Objective, donate $75.00 of books to each of our local elementary
Objective, organize a local blood drive and collect 75 pints of blood.
Objective, plant 75 trees in our community for Earth Day.
Objective, facilitate a community commemoration that featured the
Renton Jr. High School Band, speakers, and honored Veteran guests at
the New Boston Veterans Memorial in the center of downtown New
On Saturday October 15, 2017 at 8 am till noon, Huron Township members and guest will meet at Henry Ford Community College along with members and guest from about 15 other local Rotary Clubs to package 100,000 meal packets. Each meal packet cost $0.28 to assemble. Each packet contains 14 oz of rice, soy and other dried vegetables that provide 21 vitamins and minerals. Each packet will feed up to 6 adults or 10 children one meal. it is not a meal as we know it but for the masses of people that are starving and do not know where their next meal is coming from, it could be a matter of life or death. These meal packets can be used by themselves when added to 6 to 10 cups of boiling water or as a base for other meals when other types of protein are available.
These local Rotary Clubs have chosen to take on this project because right here in the Detroit area 1 in 5 children go to bed hungry and world wide over 14,500 children die daily due to lack of nutrition. You can help by donating money or time to the project. It is going to take $28,000 to assemble 100,000 packets and it is going to take some 400 volunteers to pull this off. The volunteers will work 1 to 2 hour shifts and the whole project should take only 4 hours. if you would like to help in this project you can contact any Huron Township Rotary member for details. if you don't know one please contact Jerry Burke at email@example.com we need money or your time or both. I guarantee you will come away with you heart feeling much bigger than when you went into it.
Remember this, "One Person Can Make a Difference, Let That One Person be YOU."
Willow United Methodist Church
36925 Willow Rd.
New Boston, MI 48164
Tuesday 6:30 PM