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.


Visit our Member Events page where you might find an event/activity that you want to attend.


Visit our Inter-Club Directory & find an organization that appeals to you & that you might want to get involved with.  

Check our Monthly Meeting Minutes to find out what is currently going on with Inter-Club organizations.




CULTURAL: Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra; Royal Oak Musicale; Greater Detroit Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society

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 Community Garden

SUPPORT:  Common Ground Sanctuary; National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI); Mind Over Matter (MOM); South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless (SOCH) 

YOUTH: Blessings in a Backpack; Teen Clean Closet; Royal Oak Youth Assistance

OTHERS: Hour Exchange Timebank is a community exchange system.  Royal Oak Lions Club services humanitarian needs. Royal Oak Woman’s Club is dedicated to community improvement.  Salvation Army of Royal Oak helps to meet human needs. Ezra Parker Chapter NSDAR promotes patriotism & historical preservation.  MK Blanket Wraps teaches homeless how to sew. Royal Oak Civic Foundation inspires the philanthropy of residents and business leaders.   Friends of the Royal Oak Library assists the library in getting funds for special programs, materials & equipment.  Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone in the community to focus local.  South Oakland YMCA provides programs focusing on youth development, healthy living & social responsibility.  Rotary Club consists of business people supporting the youth in the community. Royal Oak Optimist Club is a friend of the youth.  

 For more information about any of these groups, please check out our Inter-Club Directory (Directory tab at upper left side of this page).

Interclub Meeting photo

Join Us: Any civic or service organization whose stated purpose is to promote the welfare of the Royal Oak community may become a member of the Royal Oak Inter-Club Council.   Contact us at if you are interested in joining the Inter-Club.   We will send you an electronic membership form to fill out. 

Membership year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30 of the following year.  Dues are $15 per year.   

The Royal Oak Inter Club Council normally meets on the second Friday of the month at noon from September to November and January to June at different locations.  But because of the pandemic, we are currently meeting via Zoom.  Check the Council Meeting Calendar tab (upper left) for meeting dates.  

Royal Oak Inter-Club Council members can have their event information added to this website by sending an email to  Be sure to include the name of your organization, name & date of the event, and a short description of the event (optional).  If you have a flyer that you want posted, you can send it to us as an attachment (PDF preferred).   

Inter-Club President:  Kim Johnson (Teen Clean Closet) 

You may also want to check us out on Facebook.