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Great to see so many members and guests at our April 10 meeting!  Our featured speaker was Chief Greg Flynn, West Bloomfield Fire Department.  (Chief Flynn is pictured on the Zoom panel, bottom row first photo on the left)


Thank you for your support.  Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are postponing Mission Possible indefinitely.  Our sincere hope is that everyone stays safe and healthy in this uncertain time.  Looking forward to better times in the near future. 

On December 11, 2019, West Bloomfield Rotary members and friends worked the Haven Gift Giveaway for the third year in a row.  Haven, a shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence, holds this event annually for graduates of their program.  They are invited to shop for "free" for their families and themselves.  Volunteers provide shopping assistance, inventory, shelf stocking and checkout assistance.  Most importantly, they provide encouragement, support and good cheer for these fragile individuals.

Rotarians, Dr. Henry and Marlenn Maicki worked the first shift along with Club President Jerry Hill.


Interact Club members help sort items for the Giveaway on December 11.
Friends of Rotary, Mary Kleam, Maddie Kleam and Linda Weir assist on our first shift.
Rotarians Lee Jaffke, Chris Martin, Cindy Hill, Raman Singh, Renee Floer and Judy Garver worked on the second shift. 


Rotary Team Turkey provides fully cooked Thanksgiving dinners to families in need on Thanksgiving Day.  Help us reach our goal of providing 300 meals this year!


Join us on October 28 from 4pm to 8pm
7100 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield
You must present the special flyer in order for your purchase to be credited towards our fundraiser. Find it under "Read More."
Thank you!



November 9, 2019

Join us at West Bloomfield High School For Interact Day 2019
                                             Pictured Above:  Interact Club of West Bloomfield
Here's your chance to connect with Rotary District 6380 Interact Club members from across Southeastern Michigan and Southern Ontario.  Meet New Friends!!  Share Ideas!!  Have Fun!!
When:  November 9, 2019
Where: West Bloomfield High School, 4925 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield MI 48323
Time:   8:30am - 1:30pm
Cost:  $12 Advance Registration$15 At the Door (includes continental breakfast and lunch)
                            **Let us know you're coming**
2.  Register and pay $12 via Venmo: @WBRotary-98 (please note names of attendees) 
3.  Register via westbloomfieldrotary@gmail.com and pay at door ($15) 
Club Information

Join Us For Virtual Lunch

Fridays - Online Meetings via Zoom. Times vary. See Speaker Schedule.
Contact us for Zoom call-in details:
West Bloomfield, MI
United States of America

(248) 757-0864
Dr. Joerg Janssen
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Pandemic Issues in Europe
West Bloomfield Interact Club
Jun 12, 2020 12:00 PM
Youth In Action
Dr. Henry Maicki
Jun 19, 2020 12:00 PM
Rotary Global Grants - What Are They And How Do They Work
Dr. Jerry Hill
Jun 26, 2020 12:00 PM
Year End Celebration - Year In Review
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President Elect
President Nominee
Executive Secretary
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation Chair
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
Membership Chair
Public Image Chair
Service Projects Co-Chair
Service Projects Chair
Interact Sponsor
Interact Sponsor
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