Welcome to East Lansing Rotary

The Mission of the Rotary Club of East Lansing is to provide business, professional and community leaders an opportunity to promote high ethical standards and fellowship while serving in the East Lansing community, and also promote goodwill worldwide.

 

 

Our Members

Members of The Rotary Club of East Lansing must demonstrate good character, integrity, and leadership. Rotarians serve within the community and around the world.

Board of Directors

Club leadership represents members by leading the charge to serve the Brentwood community. Learn more about our current leaders and their roles.

Community

East Lansing is a city in Ingham County, Michigan. It is a wonderful place to live and work. Learn more about our community and the benefits our city offers.

East Lansing Rotary Club Vision Statement

To be a place where members meet with friends, old and new, to work together to make ourselves, our community (East Lansing), and our world better, safer, and healthier.”

 

East Lansing Rotary Club Mission Statement

“East Lansing Rotary Club members working together with local partners to create positive change in our community, across the globe, and in ourselves.” 

Holiday Cheer at the Willows, Thanks to EL Rotary Club!

East Lansing, MI – The Rotary Club of East Lansing is providing some “holiday cheer” this year for the residents and staff of the Willows at East Lansing. The Willows at East Lansing – part of Trilogy Healthcare Services, headquartered in Louisville, KY – opened its’...

Rotary Club of East Lansing Raises Funds for Haven House Thanksgiving

The Rotary Club of East Lansing held  a Community service event that began in 2009.  Since that time, the club had normally provided complete Turkey Dinners and Pumpkin Pies for the Thanksgiving celebration at the Haven House Shelter.  This year, unfortunately, the...

Scholarship Recipients

ROTARY CLUB OF EAST LANSING AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS  TOTALING $ 11,000 TO EAST LANSING HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES The Rotary Club of East Lansing, through its Foundation, is pleased to announce the award of “Joe Gross Memorial Scholarships” to five graduating seniors at...

Kristin Shelley, Rotary Club Hero

Congratulations to the East Lansing Rotary Club Hero Kristin Shelley! Kristin was chosen by the Board of Directors to be the East Lansing Rotary Club Hero at the recent District Conference. Kristin was honored during the final ceremony on Saturday, June 13. As...

MSU Quilters Donate Masks

President Elect Sung Lee (on left) hands off over 100 masks made by the MSU Quilters Group to Have House, a rescue Mission. Thank you for your donation and hard work!!

Benard Oloo- “Echo of Services”

On Monday, October 21 we heard from Benard Oloo, a visiting scholar from Kenya and former President of the Rotaract Club of Egerton University. He is pictured on the left, next to President Elect Sung Lee. Benard Oloo is currently a Borlaug Fellow and Visiting Scholar...

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Weekly Meeting on Alternate Tuesdays
Noon - 1:30
In Person

Check the website for up to date meeting information:
www.EastLansingRotaryClub.com

The Rotary Club of East Lansing heard from President Prince Jerold Solace, and Founder Willye White Bryan of the Justice League of Greater Lansing, Michigan at their meeting on May 7.

The Rotary Club of East Lansing heard from President Prince Jerold Solace, and Founder Willye White Bryan of the Justice League of Greater Lansing, Michigan at their meeting on May 7. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to East Lansing Rotarians Jim Little and Jim McCoy who received Paul Harris pins today- Mr. Littles was ruby encrusted and Mr. McCoy received his first! Rotarians receive a Paul Harris pin after giving $1,000 or more to Rotary International. Congratulations!

Congratulations to East Lansing Rotarians Jim Little and Jim McCoy who received Paul Harris pins today- Mr. Little's was ruby encrusted and Mr. McCoy received his first! Rotarians receive a Paul Harris pin after giving $1,000 or morRotary Internationalional. Congratulations! ... See MoreSee Less

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East Lansing Rotary Club President (left) honors Past District Governor Mark Henne with another Paul Harris award. Congratulations, Mark!

East Lansing Rotary Club President (left) honors Past District Governor Mark Henne with another Paul Harris award. Congratulations, Mark! ... See MoreSee Less

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Come join us on TUESDAY, April 9, 2024 at 12 Noon as we hear from Humphrey Fellow Marcelo Collahuazo, from Ecuador.

The East Lansing Rotary Club recently enjoyed a presentation by Humphrey Fellow Marcelo from Ecuador. Marcelo is the Manager of Recruitment and Training for the Population and Housing Census at the National Institute of Statistics and Census.  For the purpose of updating Ecuador’s socio-demographic statistics, he leads a team implementing training methods to improve data collection that will benefit policymaking and resources allocation. His Humphrey Fellowship goals include developing strategies to design evidence-based policymaking, supporting the monitoring of public policies, and exploring innovative approaches to leverage data in enhancing productivity and growth within private firms. His ultimate goals are to become an expert in using data as a narrative tool and to confront disparities of information access by emphasizing the availability of open data to promote better decision-making and reduce manipulation. Marcelo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador in Quito, Pichincha 2015, and a Graduate Certificate in Specialization in Management for Development – Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Quito, Pichincha 2017.

Come join us on TUESDAY, April 9, 2024 at 12 Noon as we hear from Humphrey Fellow Marcelo Collahuazo, from Ecuador.

The East Lansing Rotary Club recently enjoyed a presentation by Humphrey Fellow Marcelo from Ecuador. Marcelo is the Manager of Recruitment and Training for the Population and Housing Census at the National Institute of Statistics and Census. For the purpose of updating Ecuador’s socio-demographic statistics, he leads a team implementing training methods to improve data collection that will benefit policymaking and resources allocation. His Humphrey Fellowship goals include developing strategies to design evidence-based policymaking, supporting the monitoring of public policies, and exploring innovative approaches to leverage data in enhancing productivity and growth within private firms. His ultimate goals are to become an expert in using data as a narrative tool and to confront disparities of information access by emphasizing the availability of open data to promote better decision-making and reduce manipulation. Marcelo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador in Quito, Pichincha 2015, and a Graduate Certificate in Specialization in Management for Development – Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Quito, Pichincha 2017.
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