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Ann Arbor West

Peace Through Service

We meet Thursdays at 6:30 PM
The Quarter Bistro & Tavern
300 S. Maple Road
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
United States
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Due to popular demand, we are changing our meeting days to Thursday at 6:15 PM at the Quarter Bistro. 
 
 

 
 

Thanks to Quarter Bistro we got happy hours pricing, that can't be beaten!!!

Drinks (beer and wine) + food for $11

Come join us to CHANGE THE WORLD!

 

 
 

First Annual Michigan International Festival to he held at Washtenaw Community College on April 16th, 2016 

 
 
 
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.
 
 
 

The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor West is officially OPEN FOR SERVICE!

Effective 12 December 2012, Rotary International has chartered the new Club which meets Monday evenings, 6:15pm, for dinner at The Quarter Bistro in Ann Arbor.

Congratulations to Bob Overhiser (Charter President), Vineet Katial (President Elect), Raj Bazaj (Treasurer) and Bashir Abi Salloum (Secretary)...and all the 34 Charter Members; our new brothers and sister in Service!

A Charter Celebration is scheduled for March 2nd and details will follow.

 

 
 
Watch this, take pride and share with your friends.

 

 
 
We have moved to the Quarter Bistro, 300 S. Maple in Ann Arbor. It is a much nicer facility overall and Tim Patino, General Manager, is a Rotarian and incoming President of the Plymouth A.M. Rotary Club.

It is an excellent place to stay and dine after our meeting and we highly recommend the cuisine!


Come Join Us Mondays @ 6:15 PM

 
 
 
What a wonderful way to end a busy day - a little food, a bit of fellowship, a lot of fun, and always a great speaker.  Our newest (provisional) Rotary cCub is here and we are already having a great start. 

Don't miss the chance to make a difference in your neighborhood and our global neighborhood.  Come to one of our meetings to learn about how Rotary helps others around the world, and how Rotary can help you. 

Every Tuesday from 5:15 pm until 6:30 pm at the Quarter Bistro on S. Maple Road.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.
 

 
 
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