We host and participate in various events throughout the year. Our goal is to support the community in any way we can, whether by raising money or participating in efforts to support the local organizations.
All Adrian Noon Rotarians are expected to generously contribute their time and talents to our four areas of service – club, community, vocational, and international. Working together, the Adrian Noon Rotary Club will be a positive force in our own personal lives, in Adrian, and in the world community. We expect to be a model of what Rotary International does on a much larger scale.
*We meet on Thursdays from 12PM-1PM.*
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District Governor Visits Club
District Governor, Rick Caron, paid a visit to the Adrian Noon Rotary Club today. DG Rick attended the regular monthly board meeting prior to the regular meeting that began at noon. He gave a very meaningful presentation to the 45 or so members present. He also inducted two new members into the club. Assistant Governor, Marilyn Kremer, and also a member of the Adrian Morning club accompanied Rick. The club presented DG Rick with a check for $500 towards his project in Tanzania along with a miniature plastic replica figure of "Scotty" from Star Trek signed by all who were present! Thank you, DG Rick, for visiting our club and for all you do and encouraging us to “Boldly Go” and serve our community for the remainder of our and your Rotary year!
New Members Join Club
The Adrian Noon Rotary Club added two new members who were inducted by our District Governor, Rick Caron, at their regular meeting on November 2nd. Shown from L to R: Kathy Williams (sponsor), her new member - Jesse Pizaña, District Governor Rick Caron, new member Carrie Dillon next to her sponsor Theresa Soto, and club president - Nate Smith.
Club Presents Check to DG Rick Caron
District Governor Rick Caron who visited the Adrian Noon Rotary Club on November 2nd is also a founding director and inaugural president of the Canadian World Education Foundation (CWEF). His daughter, Julie, an MD is the founder of the Tanzania Chapter of CWEF and Rick is the chapter’s Rotary Liaison Officer. Rick’s wife, Wendy, is the secretary-treasurer for CWEF-TZ and the treasurer for CWEF. In partnership with SASCO, a non-governmental organization in Tanzania, Rick is involved in educational sponsorships water projects, farming, education and small business development projects. The club presented DG Rick a check for $500 toward his project in Tanzania. Shown here on the left is Nate Smith, Adrian Noon Rotary Club President presenting the check to DG Rick
RI Presidential theme
2017-18: Rotary: Making a Difference
In 2017-18, we’ll answer the question “What is Rotary?” with RI President-elect Ian H.S. Riseley’s theme, Rotary: Making a Difference. “Whether we’re building a new playground or a new school, improving medical care or sanitation, training conflict mediators or midwives, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better.”
Living Up to the Ideals of Rotary International
The Adrian Noon Rotary Club in Adrian, MI, is a vibrant, fun, and action-oriented club. We are growing our membership and financial capability with strong, committed members who are working towards improving the quality of life within the communities we serve.
Our mission is to constantly make a significant impact on the Adrian community, and the world in which we live, by our active pursuit of the objectives of Rotary International, which are:
Developing club friendships as an opportunity for service
Living and working according to high ethical standards
Practicing the ideal of “service above self”
Advancing international peace, goodwill, and understanding