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.

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DECEMBER 2018:

The Gentlemen Songsters Sing the Songs of the Season  

Royal Oak Nature Society December programs    On December 5th, find out who the masters of the migratory winds are that often go unappreciated for their vital job as part of nature's clean-up crew.

Hour Exchange TimeBank of Southeast Michigan will host a Scarf Making Party on December 6th Members cut and tie scarves made out of fleece to be donated to area charitable organizations.  Event starts at 6 pm and is held at the Prince of Glory Lutheran Church located at 1357 W 14 Mile Rd in Madison Heights.

Hour Exchange TimeBank of Southeast Michigan will host a Cookie Exchange on December 12th.  Members commit to baking 5 dozen cookies and bring them to exchange with others.  Recipes are provided at the end of the evening.  Email Tom at tom.s.giese@gmail.com in order to be put on the exchange email list and for further directions.  For those who don't want to bake, people are welcome to come and enjoy tasting cookies and spending time with company.

Salvation Army Inter-Club Luncheon is being held on December 14th

JANUARY 2019

Hour Exchange TimeBank of Southeast Michigan will host a Game Day on January 1st.  Come enjoy the company of others playing board games at a TimeBank member’s home.  Contact Tom Maclaney at tmaclaney@aol.com to RSVP and get directions.  The event usually goes from 12 pm to 10 pm and is a drop in event.

NAMI Metro LEAP Training from January 10-12- Help someone with mental illness accept treatment!

Royal Oak Middle School Family Workshop Series.   January 17th & March 21st.  Setting expectations for your emerging teenager. Motivating you child to be responsible and engaged.

Royal Oak Neighborhood Schools and Berkley School District will be co sponsoring an annual event, the MLK Day of Service at Royal Oak High School from 7:30 am to 10 am on January 21st.  Teen Clean Closet will be there raising community awareness and taking donations.

Royal Oak Optimist Club’s Bowlabration will be held on January 27th

Royal Oak Nature Society January programs.  

FEBRUARY 2019:

Royal Oak Optimist Club Tri-Star Sports Event will be held on February 8th at the Boys & Girls Club.

Royal Oak Nature Society February programs   

MARCH 2019:  

Royal Oak Optimist Club’s Bestest Concert Ever is being held on March 9th at the Royal Oak Farmer’s Market

Royal Oak Optimist Club’s Oratorical Contest will be held on March 13th at the Boys and Girls Club

Royal Oak Rotary YES Auction will be held on March 30th

APRIL 2019:  

Royal Oak Nature Society 14th Annual Fundraiser will be held on April 26th at the Royal Oak Elks Club from 7 to 10 pm. 

MAY 2019

Gilda’s Big Night Out on Thursday, May 9th at Max M and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center (3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit)    Join us for an amazing evening of laughter and entertainment while supporting the mission of Gilda’s Club. The evening will begin with a strolling dinner, cocktails, silent auction, followed by an awards ceremony, live entertainment and a comedian to finish the night.

SEPTEMBER 2019

Gilda’s Family Walk & 5K Run on Saturday, September 21st at the Royal Oak High School (1500 Lexington Blvd, Royal Oak)    Join us for our Annual Gilda’s Family Walk & Run –The event features a beautiful walk & 5K run through Royal Oak that will have a special stop along the way – Gilda’s Club!

OCTOBER 2019

Bras for a Cause on Saturday, October 19th at the Royal Oak Music Theatre (318 W 4th St., Royal Oak).   Join Gilda's Club as they celebrate Bras for a Cause!  Cancer survivors, art bras and big fun are all showcased at the annual event. This event features live and silent auctions, food from some of the finest local restaurants, live music and an inspiring breast cancer survivor runway show.

OTHER INFORMATION:

Royal Oak Nature Society’s President’s Report: The Future of our Nature Society

Hour Exchange Time Bank is a "pay-it-forward" system where a community of people support one another by exchanging services with other members.

Browse through our directory and find the Royal Oak service club that is right for you!

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The Royal Oak Inter Club Council meets on the second Friday of the month at noon from September through June. The meeting is open to the public and free. If you choose to eat lunch with us, the cost is $5 and you must RSVP in advance to judyd@romi.gov.

Council Meeting Calendar 2018/19

  • October  12  -  YMCA   Executive Director Chris King is the speaker
  • November 9  -  Woman's Club  Jean Watson is the speaker
  • December 14  -  Salvation Army 
  • January 11  -  Oakland Schools Tech Center Southeast
  • February  8  -  TBD
  • March 8  -  Boys and Girls Club    Bret Tillander is the speaker
  • April  12  -  TBD
  • May 10  -  TBD
  • June 14 -  TBD

Get in Touch

Email:  lobeybrown@yahoo.com 

Phone: 248-246-3201

Join Us: Any Royal Oak civic or service organization whose stated purpose is to promote the welfare of the Royal Oak community may become a member. of the Inter-Club Council. Fill out an application at romi.gov/ icc.