Rotarians are friendly business people who have a passion to good deeds in the
Taylor and the International Communities!
December 16 Rotary Club of Taylor Christmas Gift Bags
Yesterday our Rotary Club gave 100 gift bags to kindergarten and first grade students. These bags included special blankets, toy, school supplies, tooth brush, tooth paste from Swedel Dental and more…..
December 4th – Taylor Rotarian Michelle was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow. Paul was the founder of Rotary in 1905. Michelle has donated funds to be a Paul Harris Fellow. President Fred Pepper did the honors.
December 3rd – Taylor Rotary Club funded, ordered, sorted and distributed over 600 winter coats to needy children in Taylor Schools. Rotarian Armando Sardanopoli led this wonderful hands-on community project. The club partnered with Operation Warm.
November 6th – Taylor Rotary Club donated a Little Free Library to the Taylor Conservatory. Executive Director Patty Donahue thanked President Fred Pepper for the library. District Governor Liz Smith congratulated both for making this happen.
November 1st – Not one, Not two but THREE ELVISES came to entertain folks at the Taylor Knights of Columbus Hall. All proceeds goes to Operation Warm which provides winter coats to needy Taylor children.
October 9th President Fred presented our club’s mini banner to a Rotarian Fazlur Oshudi from Nigeria
October 2nd Meeting – Rotarian Al Whited celebrated his birthday in grand style! He had ten Rotarians serenade him at this Rotary Club meeting.
September 25 Taylor Turn Off the Violence Event
Annual Turn Off The Violence Event Our signature community service event was held at Taylor Heritage Park. Our annual Family Event features wholesome fun, major student middle school chorus and band performance, free food and beverages, many community fun activities, Miss Downriver and Miss Downriver Teen, Trillium Academy Interacters and much more. A really fun time for all. Rotarian Jerry Ziemba was the chair for this event. This event reminds everyone that life can be good and void of violence activities that are depicted on visual media companies.
Too see many photo simply click on http://www.rotary6400.org/assets/images/gallery1415/Taylor%20TOV/index.html. This link is on the Rotary District 6400 web site.
September 4th Meeting featured Rotarian Tony Arminiak discussed
the most recent approved Cardiac Resuscitation.
It is hands only – no breathing into a mouth. Tony talked about the wonderful quick first responder resources
in our area that averages a 6 to 8 minute time from call to start emergency treatment.
Then everyone had a chance to practice CR on small mannequins.
Recent Scholarship Awarded to a Senior Baptist Park High School Student