Midland Noon Rotary Club
The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community service.
Donating to Rotary means clean water and sanitation, health and hope in areas that were once ravaged by diseases, economic development and new opportunities. Your financial help makes all that, and more, happen.
We meet every Thursday at noon at the Midland Country Club, 1120 W St Andrews Rd
03/01 – John Harken, Classification Talk
03/08 – The Open Door, Renee Pettinger
03/15 – Focus on Youth: School Shootings Panel
03/22 – Amanda Oster, Classification Talk
03/29 – Gail Hoffman, Classification Talk
District 6310 Events
February 10, 17, 24, 2018
February 10, Bay City Credit Union, Bay City, MI
February 17, Bay City Credit Union, Bay City, MI
February 24 - Rain date
March 15-17, 2018
PETS - President Elect Training Session (Mandatory)
May 4, 2018 9:00 am - noon
District Training Assembly
May 4-5, 2018
June 23-27, 2018
Rotary International Conference
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Club Newsletter
Club Newsletter Index
Rotary District 6310
2017-18: Rotary Theme: Making a Difference
“Whether we’re building a new playground or a new school, improving medical care or sanitation, training conflict mediators or midwives, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better.” President-elect Ian H.S. Riseley
Thanks For Another Great Pancake Supper!
Community Needs Accepting Grant Applications
The Community Needs Committee provides grants for, primarily Midland County youth-oriented projects, that might not be funded by other organization and may otherwise fall through the cracks.
Community Needs is currently accepting grant applications for 2018 projects. For more detailed information and to download the application form, CLICK HERE Application deadline: April 1st.
It is time to search for awardees for Spirit of Rotary 2018!
We are searching for nominees under 40 years of age who exemplify leading a life with service above self, and demonstrate leadership potential. Please consider providing a nomination.
Nomination form can be found here: NOMINATION FORM
Deadline for submitting a nomination is March 30th.
Membership Really Does Have Rewards!
Did you know that Rotary has a rewards program? It's called Rotary Global Rewards.
There are many reward and discount opportunities. Several of the offers and companies listed give a percentage of purchase back to Rotary International or Polio Plus. Rotary and Rotaract members can even add their own offers to the list.
Click on the link to explore Rotary Global Rewards to find discounts and special offers, along with opportunities to give back to Rotary. Rotary Global Rewards
Round Table Discussion Yields Ideas For Change
In September, our members came together in a round table during a club meeting to share their thoughts about why they are members, costs of membership, the direction of the club, and offer input on programs and service opportunities they would like to see in the future. In addition, suggestions were made that might impact the work of various committees.
The Midland Rotary Club is growing and the demographic of the club is also changing. By listening to what members value and would like to see happen in the future, the club will remain a vibrant and relevant organization that adds value to it's members and the Midland community.
The entire ten page summary is available on the DACdb for members and an Executive Summary is available for public view: HERE
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