Posted by Michael J. Saigh on May 10, 2018
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Some of the activities that the Interact Club performs.  They have been awarded by the Red Cross for having had one of the largest and successful blood donation in the area. 
They have visited nursing homes talking with the residents and giving comfort that someone cares about them.  They have brought little animals for the residents to hold which, has some remarkable effects on the residents.
Also, discovering the needs of some senior residents and providing cleanup services such as yard work or painting for them at their homes.
They have used car washing as one of their fundraiser.
More information forthcoming.
INTERACT CLUB Michael J. Saigh 2018-05-10 04:00:00Z 0
Take a Look at Some of Our Charities Michael J. Saigh 2018-05-10 04:00:00Z 0
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Joyce Joyce (Sterling Heights Rotary) received approval in the spring of 2015 to go ahead with a Rotary International Global Grant for Clean Water Clean Hands Project in the Dominican Republic.
 
 
Joyce Joyce Honored in Dominican Republic 2016-09-18 04:00:00Z 0
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Meetings are now held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. A special event will also be held each month, with the focus upon fun and fellowship and member interactions. In addition to noting this for your own schedule, please inform any visitors or prospective members. 
 
Your speaker chairman will list speakers for the 1st and 3rd Thursdays. If you have suggestions for topics and/or speakers, please contact Marty Brown at 586-907-5003 or blestday@yahoo.com . Nick Casteel, Social Chair, will list Upcoming Events (activities) in the Upcoming Events section of our Club Website.    Please contact Nick at Nick@RichSparks.com or 586-914-5965 for information about upcoming Events.  Your feedback and suggestions will be appreciated. 
MEETING & SPECIAL EVENT CHANGES 2016-01-07 00:00:00Z 0
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Rotary sets goals for individual support (Every Rotarian Every Year - EREY) for The Rotary Foundation (TRF).  Our district sets goals for each club in the district. This is done on a yearly basis in the Rotary year that begins July 1 and ends on June 30  There are a variety of ways that Rotarians can contribute ranging from monthly contributions, single yearly contributions or contributing various kinds of assets or by a legacy in your will.
 
Our club has benefited greatly from The Rotary Foundation for the Bonao BioSand water filter projects during the last several years those from our District 6380 and from District 7490 in New Jersey.
 
Our club contact is Steve Neirinck and Janet McPeek is our Rotary Foundation District Chair.
Donations to The Rotary Foundation 2015-09-15 04:00:00Z 0
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The purpose of this section is to provide help for some of the commonly used functions of ClubRunner website and software that are tailored to our particular club member needs. This section is primarily intended as a supplement to the "HELP" functions that ClubRunner provides. They will provide up-to-date instructions as the software is changed or enhanced.
 
Attendance information for club meetings can be obtained from "Meetings and Attendance" as listed alphabetically under Site Pages.
 
If you need to make up meetings online, then go to Site Pages and select Meeting Makeups Online.  Several new eMAKEUP sites have been added to give you some variety in makeups.  Go to www.rotary6380.org and click on WHERE/WHEN Clubs meet.
Computer Corner 2014-04-08 04:00:00Z 0
Direct Link to Rotary Businesses John Joyce 2013-01-13 05:00:00Z 0
View challenging people as your assignment.
Ask yourself: "What is this person meant to teach me?"
Every person in our lives has a lesson to teach. Some lessons include:
to become stronger, to be more communicative, to trust intuition,
to be more self-loving, to know when to let go, to be nothing like this person!
[Positively Positive]
Thought for the Week 2012-01-08 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by John Joyce on Aug 11, 2011
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Click on the "END POLIO NOW" text for more details about polio.
This capability is brought to you courtesy of Philippe Lamoise of District 5340 of Southern California.  He made it available to Rotarians at the 2011 Rotary International Convention in New Orleans. Thank you, Philippe.
Weekly Polio Progress Comparison John Joyce 2011-08-12 00:00:00Z 0
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The club bulletin (alternatively known as tne club newsletter Sterling Silver) is a vital part of this website and is normally published after each regular meeting. Information other than what is published in the newsletter is kept in the club website.  Click on the 'Bulletin" icon under the club logo at the top of the website ho.  me pageFor more information about this website & bulletin, please click on "Read more" or the title of this section.
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We issue a warm welcome to all of you who are viewing this site.  We are located in southeastern Michigan. Click on the map icon above.  Come and join us for lunch and check us out.  We offer opportunities for fellowship, friends, camaraderie and an opportunity to give back to our communities.  While you are at this site please check out our current club bulletin (newsletter) or any other item that may be of interest to you, including archive newsletters.  We are a service club.  We are a nonpolitical, nonracial, nonethnic, nonreligious organization with clubs in over 200 countries of the world.

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The Rotary Club of Sterling Heights is now accepting advertisements to benefit both the advertiser and the Rotary Club.  Please click on the "Advertising Guidelines and Contract" document listed under "Download Files" on the website Home page for more information.
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 An exceptional article has been published in the Macomb Daily written by Linda May.  This is an excellent way to inform your friends, colleagues, interested people or potentail members  about Rotary Club of Sterling Heights does to help people. This article is reprinted with permisission from the Macomb Daily and journalist and author Linda May. Please select the article from the "Download" section of the Home page entitled "Rotary Makes the World a Better Place".
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