Rotary Club of Mississauga-Meadowvale
"Service Above Self"
We meet every Friday* at 12:15 pm at  
The Old Barber House Restaurant 5155 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga ON  
*(except the Friday's of long weekends and the fifth Friday of a month check the calendar for events)  
Check HERE for updated calendar  
Club MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 340, Streetsville Postal Station, Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 2B9   
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The Rotary Club of Mississauga Meadowvale is a fun and dynamic group of business men and women who embody the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".  
We meet (most) Friday's from 12:15 to 1:30pm
at The Old Barber House, 5155 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga.  
Click here to find out who is speaking at our club this week.
What Is Rotary?
World Polio Day Monday October 24 2016
Home Page Stories
The Rotary Club of Brampton South invites fellow Rotarians to attend their community vendor and garage sale on Saturday, August 27th. Here are the details.

Rotary District 7080 District Governor Bill Proctor and his wife Judy joined our club on Friday, August 26th. He spoke about the many way that Rotary has benefitted the world and why we should be proud to invite people to become Rotarians.

On Friday, August 19th, the Mississauga-Meadowvale and Streetsville clubs held a combined meeting to hear the strategies and ideas used by the Rotary Club of Waterloo to dramatically increase their membership.
John Wahl and Paul Struck were the presenters. Here are the resource materials that John and Paul shared with us.
One of the things that helped in recruiting was to hold meetings twice monthly instead of every week. The club created pods, small groups within the club. Each pod is responsible for a 2 month period for setting up before club meetings. 
The Kitchener club's website is active and so, when people were considering joining a club in Waterloo, and they looked up the different group's websites, theirs looked much better than other groups, which made a favorable impression. About 1/3 of their new members joined by finding the website and contacting the club. They were not invited by a Rotarian to join.
The Kitchener club is also the only one to have a dinner meeting. The other clubs all have lunch meetings. John and Paul believe that gave them an advantage because more people are able to attend a dinner meeting than can get away for 1 1/2 - 2 hours for lunch during the week.

Our club was blessed to visit the Mississauga Hospital's Neurosciences department on Friday, August 12th.


The project cleared the existing sand from the park and installed engineered wood fiber plus drainage to make it easier for wheelchair accessibility. We also installed a concrete ramp for easier access to the park and an accessible swing set to better support a person with a disability. The City of Mississauga installed armrests on the benches.

The project was completed in July 2016 and is now fully accessible to persons with disabilities.


Here is a map to the location of the park.

Club Executives & Directors
Club President
Past President
Co-Chair Community Service
Co-Chair Community Service
Co-Chair International Service
Co-Chair International Service
Youth Service