East Jordan Rotary S.T.R.I.V.E. Achievement Program
July 2024

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Welcome to our Club !

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m.
Friends of the Jordan River
101 Union Street
East Jordan, MI 49727
United States of America
1st Tuesday of the month at 12:15 p.m. 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:00 p.m. 3rd Wednesday of the month at 5:15 p.m. All meetings at Friends of the Jordan River Building in East Jordan (along the sculpture trail)

Home Page Stories

👔🍽️ Calling all dads and lads in East Jordan! Get ready to ditch the ties, grab your sneakers, and head over to the annual Father Son Banquet! It's your chance to bond over dinner, belly laughs, and maybe a bit of friendly competition. 🏆 Don't miss out on the feast and fun - it's the perfect way to spend some quality time together! 🎉 
Carol Timmer, Immediate Past President, receives her Paul Harris plus 2 recognition from our District Governor, Gary Chenoweth during an August 2021 meeting.
Seven East Jordan High School graduates won 4-year Rotary Scholarships and one student received a one-year award in 2021. The winners were Nathaniel Newman, Steven Streasick, Josh Nise, Madelyn Reece, Shannon Schlueter, Lauren Smith, Emmah Wojan, and Sage Upton.
Club President Lois Aroian shared in the inauguration of the Browns Creek Pathway Trail in East Jordan on Monday, August 23.  The new path extends the bike trail and was accomplished with the help of many organizations including the Rotary Club of East Jordan.  Rotary assisted in the Eagle Scout project kiosk which provides information about the trail.
Spring cleaning at the East Jordan Rotary-sponsored cabin at Camp Daggett.  Every year the Club sends a contingent of volunteers to spruce up the Rotary Cabin. Pictured (from left): Jack Poindexter, Bob Moran, President Renee Wiklanski, Tom Teske, and Fred Malpass. 
The most powerful force in the promotion of international understanding and peace is exposure to different cultures. The world becomes a smaller, friendlier place when we learn that all people regardless of nationality desire the same basic things: a safe, comfortable environment that allows for a rich and satisfying life for our children and ourselves. Youth Exchange provides thousands of young people with the opportunity to meet people from other lands and to experience their cultures. This plants the seeds for a lifetime of international understanding. - See more at: http://www.ridistrict6290.org/

Rotary is Different Things to Different People:

  • To a ten year old boy it is his Little League Baseball team.
  • To community members and visitors it is a social gathering during East Jordan’s Sno Blast for the annual Chili Supper.
  • To a high school student it is the opportunity to become a foreign exchange student for a year and discover another culture.
  • To a ten year old boy it is his Little League Baseball team.
  • To graduating high school seniors, it’s the scholarship that helps them attend the college or university of their choice.
  • To a family in Central America it is the organization that provided them with a sand water filter that for the first time in their lives gave them potable water.
  • To Charlevoix/Emmet county students in a physically and mentally impaired program, it is the annual Christmas luncheon where the same jolly Santa knows them by name and brings them each a special gift chosen just for them.
  • To a local Boy Scout it is the opportunity to grow in body and mind with a positive set of core values.
  • To the millions of children worldwide it is knowing that they will never have to run the risk of contracting polio because they received a vaccine.
  • To a two mile stretch on M-66 it is knowing that twice a year a group will show up to clean-up the roadside.
  • To a local school it is a support system for their programs by providing opportunities that young people might not otherwise be afforded.
  • To a child in the Philippines living at the Lingap Center, it is a clean, safe home and an opportunity to attend school.
  • To the organizations who present programs at our weekly meetings it is an opportunity to get their message out to a group of committed community citizens who are interested in learning about their mission, goals and objectives.
  • To the thousands of campers who stayed in a cabin at Camp Daggett it is a set of memories they will treasure forever.
  • To a dad and a son, it is an opportunity, once a year, to spend an evening together, with other dads and sons, at the annual Rotary Father-Son Banquet.
  • To our members, it is an opportunity to work and serve together, in support of the common good

What is Rotary?

District 5670 in Tennessee made this video that explains who we are and where we came from.






An innovator with impact

Rotary’s latest alumni award honoree, Gaetano Scamarcio, pursues scientific and societal progress

Arbor daze: The therapeutic benefits of forest bathing

Awash in woodland wonder, a skeptical writer acknowledges the therapeutic benefits of forest bathing.

The playmaker

As an avid sports fan, President Stephanie Urchick is well-positioned to light the lamp, clear the bases, and split the uprights. Whatever the sports metaphor, she’s destined to keep Rotary in the winner’s circle

Combating loneliness around the globe

Rotary clubs launch initiatives for community well-being

Second woman takes office as president of Rotary International

Second woman takes office as president of Rotary InternationalOne-year term will prioritize adapting to changing times and advancing peaceEVANSTON, Ill., USA – 25


Current Officers

President Elect
Immediate Past President