South Georgian Bay Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Meetings are held at the Collingwood Youth Centre-coffee available
76 First St
(corner of First and Maple)
Collingwood , ON  L9Y 1A3
Canada
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January 2019

Vocational Service Month

13-19 January — , San Diego, California, USA

Perspectives on Membership:

I was an exchange student almost 30 years ago. Now I am amazed at the continued impact my previous exchange and current membership has had on my life. Rotary has opened my eyes to the world. Lesley Paul, Pharmacist

-providing service to others; connecting with the community. Laura Wilson, Senior Private Banker

When I retired, it was time to give back to the world. After seeing firsthand how the poor in some countries live, my life completely changed with the goal of helping these people. John Van Laar, Retired, PDG

Camaraderie with like-minded individuals;friends/colleagues who look out for each other and provide support in challenging times. 1+1=3. John Stransky, Investments

Rotary has given me the opportunity to give back to my community and to volunteer in a developing country. Barbara Edgell, Retired

It is the best hour of the week for me! Martin Oosterveld, Club  President, Realtor 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Upcoming Events
 
NEWS
5th  Annual Collingwood Adult FOURS Hockey Tournament
January 18th-19th 2019
Central Park Arena, Collingwood
 
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President
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The Rotary Foundation
Polio Chair
Executive Secretary
International Service
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Social Chair
Past President
New Generations
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Meetings
Dan Needles
Jan 17, 2019
Brian Harkness
Jan 24, 2019
Fareed Amin
Jan 31, 2019
Club President Changeover - Jeannine Faubert
Jun 27, 2019
Gibson's - 6-9pm
 
 
 
 
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