Club Information
Welcome to The Rotary Club of Saline Michigan!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Saline Main Street (or Zoom)
109 West Michigan Avenue
Saline, MI 48176
United States of America
At the present time, the club meets at the office of Saline Main Street twice each month and via Zoom the other weeks each month
Home Page Stories
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Janet Dillon and Dave Blough of the Rotary Club of Saline helped with the Salvation Army Bell Ringing in front of Benny's Bakery.
Thanks to The Mullick Foundation for joining with The Rotary Club of Saline and the Childrens Literacy Network to provide 112 Families and 333 kids with $ 50,00 gift cards, books and household goods at our annual Mullick Challenge project.
The Rotary Club of Saline repainted the entrance sign to Wilderness Park in Saline.  Wilderness Park is one of the many lovely parks in and around the City of Saline.  Repainting this sign is one of the community service projects that The Rotary Club of Saline does for the City of Saline.  Rotary Club members pictured here are: left front Todd Lands, past president, Right front Monica Van Overmeer, past president, standing left, John Ambrose, Jim Datson, current president, Janet Dillon, past president, and Ken Despain.
Saturday, October 9 th, the Rotary Club of Saline had the Ribbon Cutting to open the new Henne Field Rotary Pavilion. 
Pictured are some of the Rotary Club of Saline crew who picked up litter along a two mile stretch of  Maple Road from Textile Road to Ellsworth Road, one of the gateways to Saline, on October 2, 2021. From left to right are Angi Petraszko, Jim Datson and Janet Dillon.  Not shown are Steve Laatsch and Dave Blough. The club has now completed its third calendar year of clean-ups under the Washtenaw County Road Commission  Adopt-A-Road program!
The Saline Rotary Henne Park Pavilion construction is under way...!
District Governor Brenda "Woo woo" Tipton presented Jim Datson with a Presidential Citation today for accomplishing his goals as president.
The Rotary Club of Saline inducted a new member  Jeff Williams  Thursday.  District Governor Brenda "Woo woo" Tipton was visiting at the time.  Welcome Jeff.
CEEO Brenda "Woo Woo" (6380 District Governor) visited our club Thursday and presented us with our own Saline Rotary banner.  Thanks Woo Woo..!!
The Rotary Club of Saline presented four one thousand dollar scholarships to four outstanding graduates from Saline High School.
Monica Van Overmeer, past president of the Saline Rotary Club and Steve Laatch, Superintendent of Saline Area Schools presented the awards in the following catagories:
Academic Scholarship – Kandhan Nadarajah
Alwin Gross/Howard Johnson Scholarship – Emily Finkbeiner
Hayden M. Smith Memorial Interact Scholarship – Lauren Booher
Career and Technical Education Scholarship – Annie Rothfuss
Congratulations to these scholarship winners.
The Rotary Club of Saline hosted a Trunk or Treat event at the Saline Parks & Rec Center last Saturday.  There were about 100 cars, and each containing between 1 to 6 kids. The event was well received by all who participated.   
A group of Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Saline spent the morning, Saturday June 27, 
spreading gravel in needed areas for the Evangelical Home of Michigan in Saline.
Due to The COVID-19 situation we have determined that in the best interest of public safety, we will immediately implement the following changes until further notice:
— Postpone Farmers Day
— Cancel all regular Club meetings (Thursdays lunch meetings)
— Cancel all in person Board of Director meetings
— Cancel all in person sub committee meetings
— Regular meetings are being held via Zoom every other Thurdsay at 11:45 am  
Thank you to The Mullick Foundation, Saline Rotary and Meijer for leading another year of The Mullick Challenge. Over 200 children and nearly 80 families received books, food, turkeys, toiletries and paper products and $50 per child to shop for holiday gifts!
Today (Feb 27, 2020) The Saline Rotary heard a presentation by Richard Andres and Deb Lentz of Tantre Farm.  Tantre Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), which is a way for small farmers to directely market their produce to the community.  The community, in turn, directly supports the local farmers by purchasing a seasonal share of the farm's products.
To learn more about Tantre Farm visit their website by going to:
Saline Rotarians posed by our Adopt a County Road sign on Maple between Textile and Ann Arbor Saline Rds today!

After 3 successful cleanup days this year, we were awarded our sign.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Past President
Rotary Foundation
Club Administration