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As president of Grand Blanc Rotary I want to invite you to consider how Rotary can enrich your life.  We enjoy rich fellowship, great breakfast cooked to order, thought provoking speakers biweekly and emphasize service above self.  We enjoy working on projects which make our community a better place to live, some of which are listed below.  As you read the information below, can you envision yourself as being a part of a group of people like yourself which will greatly enhance your life?


Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world.  Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.


The purpose of a Rotary Club is to encourage and foster the ideal of services. Here is a snapshot of a few recent Grand Blanc Rotary Club projects:



Sponsorship for the First Friday Food truck Festival Kidszone. Members also volunteered to keep the grounds clean and assist with the children in Kidszone.


Annually award 2 Grand Blanc High School students the Gregory L. Crane Rotary Scholarship and the Clarence W. Hill Rotary Scholarship.


Hold an Annual Pancake Breakfast which provides funds for the Grand Blanc Little League and Youth Programs offered through Grand Blanc Parks and Recreation.


Volunteer  for improvements to Rust Park, Physicians Park and Creasey Bicentennial Park.


Participate in the Grand Blanc Homecoming Parade. 


Sponsorship “ Dentistry from the Heart.”


Our Invitation to You:

Grand Blanc Rotary extends an invitation to you to join us, as our guest, at several upcoming Tuesday’s at noon biweekly Tuesday’s Rotary lunch meetings. We are always looking for new members that are willing to subscribe to the Rotary ideals and become involved in their community, state and the world.


“Be the Inspiration” 

“Service Above Self”


Anoopa Todd

Grand Blanc Rotary, President