Royal Oak Inter-Club Council
The Royal Oak Inter-Club Council is a community coalition of volunteer and professional service groups, whose autonomy and diversity are recognized. The purpose of this organization is to provide regular communication among members through a forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
Play Ball, the Story of Briggs Stadium/Navin Field is being held on Friday, August 28th. Registration begins at 6:30 pm and the talk at 7 pm. Speaker is John Davids. Admission is $10 Program is limited to 25 people. John’s signed book is for sale at event. Reserve tickets via email@example.com or come to the museum 1-4 pm on Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday.
Kits 4 Kids
The COVID-19 crisis has affected the way students share supplies in the classroom and prompted two Royal Oak High School seniors to come up with a plan to get supply kits in the hands of over 500 kindergartners. Class of 2021 students Nadia Weller and Danya Sahib reached out to Royal Oak Schools with the idea of raising money and getting items donated for students. Their grassroots efforts are behind, "Kits 4 Kids." They created a wish list with the help of Keller Elementary Principal Marcie Dryden. They researched the items needed and put together cost points to determine how much a kit of the supplies would cost per student. They created the marketing for the project, created a account for donations and an .
The ladies will collect the donations and make needed purchases for the student kits and put together all donated items into usable, individual supply kits for kindergartners for the fall. Their goal is to raise $5000 or to receive all of the items needed for the 525 kits. We hope you'll join this community driven team to help build individual kits of school supplies for kindergartners in Royal Oak Schools and help to preserve their safety and education.
We are also looking for sponsors so if any group wants to sponsor 100 kits or give a donation to buy specific items that would be great too.
Click here for more information: https://www.royaloakschools.org/Core/News/Article/14092
GO TO FUTURE MEMBER EVENTS AND INFORMATION TAB (upper left side of this page) for future member events & information.
BELOW IS A LIST OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COMMUNITY SERVICE GROUPS THAT BELONG TO THE ROYAL OAK INTER-CLUB COUNCIL
GENERAL: Hour Exchange Timebank; Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce; Royal Oak Lions Club; Royal Oak Jaycees; Royal Oak Woman’s Club; Salvation Army of Royal Oak; Royal Oak Animal Shelter; Daughters of the American Revolution; Friends of the Royal Oak Library
CULTURAL: Water Works Theatre; Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra; Royal Oak Musicale; Detroit Oakland Barbershop Harmony; Royal Oak Arts Council
EDUCATION: Royal Oak Schools; Royal Oak Schools Foundation; Royal Oak PTA Council
GOVERNMENT: Royal Oak Democratic Club; Royal Oak Republican Club; State Representative Jim Ellison
HISTORY: Royal Oak Historical Society; Royal Oak Historical Commission
NATURE: Royal Oak Nature Society; Royal Oak Garden Club
SUPPORT: Common Ground Sanctuary; Gilda’s Club: National Alliance on Mental Illness; Royal Oak Community Coalition; Mind Over Matter (MOM); South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless; South Oakland YMCA
YOUTH: Blessings in a Backpack; Metro Detroit Youth Clubs-Jack & Patti Salter Club; Rotary Club of Royal Oak; Royal Oak Optimist Club; Teen Clean Closet; Royal Oak Youth Assistance
For more information about any of these groups, please check out our Inter-Club Directory (Inter-Club Directory tab at upper left side of this page) .
Royal Oak Inter-Club Council members can have their event information added to this website by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the name & date of the event. If you want, you can also include a short description of the event. If you have a flyer that you want posted, you can send it to us as an attachment. Attachment to be in PDF, Microsoft Word or jpeg if you can't send it in either PDF or Word.
The Royal Oak Inter Club Council meets on the second Friday of the month at noon from September through June. If you choose to eat lunch with us, the cost is $8 and you must RSVP in advance to email@example.com. Check Council Meeting Calendar tab (upper left) for meeting dates and locations.
Get in Touch
Tammy Ristau (President) firstname.lastname@example.org