Lansing Area's Largest Rotary Club
Speakers
District Governor Rita LaMoreaux
Jul 30, 2021
Paul Harris Awards & District Governor Visit
Gregg Todd, Ingham County Controller
Aug 06, 2021
"Ingham County's Plan for the American Rescue Plan Funds"
Trevor Pawl, Chief Mobility Officer for the State
Aug 20, 2021
"Future of Mobility and Electric Vehicles"
Joan Nelson, Director Allen Neighborhood Center
Aug 27, 2021
"Allen Place: What is it and How We Got Here"
Service Projects

Our service projects are at the heart of who we are as an organization.

The projects we choose reflect our mission of Service Above Self and are projects we feel will have a significant impact on the community at the time of their completion and well into the future. It's important to us an organization that our projects have a long-term impact on Lansing and its residents.
 
The first tracked Rotary Club donations were made in 1917/18 to the Belgium Children's Milk Relief Fund and to the Red Cross for a total of $502.
 
Since then, we have been a part of many notable projects both locally and nationally.
What's New at Lansing Rotary
When:Friday, July 30, 2021
Where:The Lansing Center, Second Floor 
Time:Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Speaker:Rita LaMoreaux, District Governor
Chair of the Day: Courtney Millbrook
Chair of the Month: Courtney Millbrook 
Invocator: Clyde Carnegie
Editarian: Linda Lynch 
 
Under 35 Memberships
The Rotary Club of Lansing offers an "Under 35 Membership" to encourage the next generation of leaders and service-driven individuals to become part of one of the largest Rotary Clubs in the country.
 
The Under 35 Membership offers a discounted membership fee of $100 per quarter which covers the quarterly dues and a portion of the luncheon cost.
 
Happy R's
Our Under 35 members also hold Happy Rs events. During regular meetings, these Rotarians host a happy hour at a local watering hole. These events offer the opportunity for members to hang out in a casual meet and greet atmosphere and network over cocktails and appetizers. 
A Rich History of Lansing
In 1916, the Rotary Club of Lansing was formed. It is now one of the largest Rotary Clubs in the State of Michigan with over 200 members contributing to the club, the community, the nation and the world.
 
The legacy of The Rotary Club of Lansing continues because of the deep foundation established by generations of Rotarians who all share the same core values today that were held by the founders of Rotary, both locally in 1916 and in Chicago in 1906. The club’s commitment to this community continues through the local and international projects it completes. Members are committed to a mission that puts Service Above Self, turns business leaders into community leaders, and impacts communities in a significant and meaningful way.
  over $2 million in projects
 
  in 22 countries
 
  over 150 local community organizations
Rotary Foundation
To honor their promise of “Service Above Self,” Rotarians support charitable endeavors of importance that make a positive impact on the city, the nation, and the world.
 
The Rotary Club of Lansing Foundation established the source of revenue for these charitable efforts. As the philanthropic arm of the Lansing Rotary Club, the Foundation has provided over $2,000,000 in grants for local and international projects due to the generosity of Rotarians. When donations are made to projects in the community, the country, or internationally, they are made through the foundation.