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Welcome to Ann Arbor Rotary West
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Ann Arbor West

Be the Inspiration 2018-19

We meet In Person & Online
Mondays at 5:30 PM
Absolute Title
2875 W. Liberty Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
United States of America
1st and 3rd Monday's 5:30-6:30 PM (5th Monday-service project) HTTPS://ZOOM.US/J/97579465049
Home Page Stories
Great time of service, collecting winter clothing for Emmanuel Lutheran Church clothes Closet Ypsilanti and supporting a remarkable "Rotarian in Training" who is fundraising for Men Wear Pink to benefit breast cancer.   
We are an evening club, comprised of professionals who share fellowship and collaboration of ideas to serve and give for the benefit of humanity.  
 
We are open to the inspiration and talents of our members with the goal to work together to find ways to serve other's above self. 
The acronym USA RI (Rotary International) in S (Sri Lanka) IN (India) for Girl (G) education.
Involves US, India, Srilanka Rotary teams to educate girls in vocational training for a self sustaining future.
 
 
 
 
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Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation
Youth Services
Polio
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