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Goderich

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Harbour Hill Retirement Suites
104 Suncoast Drive E
Goderich, ON N7A 0A7
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WELCOME TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF GODERICH
 
 
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July is New Leadership Month

True leaders do not create followers, they create new leaders.

President: Colleen McGregor                   President Elect: Michael Strickland

2019-2020                                                                 2020-2021

 

 

Goderich Rotary Charity Golf Tournament
 
   
 
Mark your calendar.  Spend a day with friends. Support a great cause.
Stay tuned for details.
HEADLINES
 
Covid 19 seems not to be going away any time soon. The club launched its first zoom virtual meeting on June 9th.
 
.  It was great to see everyone even from a distance.  We caught up on what the club has been doing since the March lockdown followed by a social time.
Our next Zoom meeting is planned for July 7th at 7:00 pm, invitations will follow closer to the date. 
 
   
 
Rotarians Alice S, Stephen M and his son Adrew, Carolyn B, Lynn F, Bruce T and Colleen M took advantage of the perfect weather Friday May 29 to plant the Rotary "Forget Me Not " Garden at the top of the hill before turning onto North Harbour Road.
Colleen McGregor, committee chair appreciated the great support.  The flowers looked great.
The Goderich Rotary club is honored to be part of a collaborative partnership with the Goderich Ministerial Association and the County of Huron.  With the Out of the Cold program winding down supports are needed for the homeless members of our community during Covid 19.  The County has been able to secure temporary housing and approached the Goderich Ministerial to assist with feeding the individuals during the pandemic.
The participating churches, Lakeshore United Church, Trinity Christian Reformed Church, Bethel Pentecostal Assembly, St Peter’s Parish and the Salvation Army Goderich Citadel have volunteers to prepare a daily meal to be delivered.  The club is providing funds to purchase food to support the program.  Working together we are meeting the needs of people in our community. 
 
 
  

ROTARY CLUB OF GODERICH CANCELS MEETINGS DUE TO COVID -19  

In consultation your Board of Directors have made the decision to suspend our regular Rotary Club Meetings. 

As you all know, the World is grappling with the COVID 19 pandemic and trying to mitigate the spread as much as possible. We did not make this decision lightly but the health and safety of our members and their families is our top priority.

We will also be reviewing our community-based programs and making decisions as required whether to proceed or suspend them. We will continue to communicate with our Members and the community through email, social media and our website.

While we are saddened that we will not be gathering as a Club, we are confident that we are making the right decision for all concerned. 

Please stay safe and healthy, and remember WASH YOUR HANDS!!

 
Speakers
Zoom Meeting - @ 7:00 pm
Jul 07, 2020
Club Hand Over Meeting
Zoom Meeting - @ 7:00 pm
Jul 21, 2020
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CLUB RECOGNITION
 
 
Of 61 clubs in District 6330  we were recognized for per capital giving by members to the Rotary Foundation.
Our gifts to the Foundation are turned into projects that change lives throughout the world.