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Apr 01, 2019
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Nov 01, 2018
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Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

First Monday of Month at 6:00 p.m., Second thru Fifth Mondays at 12:05 p.m.
L A Bistro
44314 Cherry Hill Road
Canton, MI  48187
United States of America

(734) 968-1436
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Canton Rotary Visioning


Rotary's Avenues of Service:


Club Service

Vocational Service

Community Service

International Service

Youth Service



We met today at the L A Bistro and had a continuation meeting for our Club Vision lead by our President, Sue Kowalski.


Today Dr. Alan Cooper shared with us a presentation on flag making.  Dr. Cooper has many hobbies, among them all things flag related. 
Today we were joined by three of our four Rotary Youth Leadership Awards winners from the High Schools and one of their counselors.
A warm welcome was extended to the Canton Rotary Club, visiting us amid a snowstorm that kept attendance down. Canton President Sue Kowalski introduced her Rotarians (Sue & John, Sara, Bill, and Ken), who joined Maigi Friess, Judy Coleman (friend of Deanna Gaffney) and our speaker, Tom Habitz. They joined those from our Club for a total of 24 brave souls (one came very late but still made it)! Sue led us in the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by a thoughtful prayer by Russ Bisinger and the fine singing of “God Bless America.”
Today we met at the Summit and assembled 75 Senior Citizen Christmas Bags to give to Meals on Wheels Senior Citizens, and we elected our new Board of Directors for 2019/2020.
On December 3rd our members met at Antonio's for our monthly evening fellowship dinner.  We enjoyed each other's company, and everyone is working on purchasing their senior citizen basket gifts. 
On December 10th we were happy to gather for fellowship at our regular noon meeting.  I think everyone enjoyed a bit of respite from the hectic holiday preparations.  We have one meeting left this year, and that is to assemble our senior citizen baskets and vote on our new board of directors.  We will be meeting in the Chestnut Room at The Summit on the Park which will allow is a large venue with ample table space to assemble our baskets.  Our lunch will be catered that day by Panera.
On Saturday, December 1, 2018, our Club members were the volunteer bell ringers for the Salvation Army at Busch's Market in Canton.
Matthew Conquess from Crime Stoppers of Michigan
Apr 29, 2019
Senior Citizen Scams
Evening Meeting and Fellowship
May 06, 2019 6:00 PM
Matthew Bertrand, Friends of the Rouge
May 13, 2019
Update on Rain Gardens and other Friends of the Rouge work