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London Rotary Club

Service Above Self since 1915

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
London Convention Centre
300 York Street
London, ON  N6B 1P8
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To be an effective, relevant, and vibrant group within a community, a Rotary club needs to continually admit new members and retain current ones. A club's ability to serve the community is directly related to the strength and size of its membership base. A club that stays active encourages Rotarians to remain connected to the organization.
“Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One”
"Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One," the membership slogan approved by the RI Board of Directors, is a reminder that every Rotarian is responsible for inviting new members and keeping clubs active and vibrant. It also stresses that retention is an essential component of a strong club and membership base.
Finding members
New members bring important benefits to the club, including an increased capacity to serve the community, future leadership, diversity, and fresh ideas, interests, and energy.
Keeping members
Retaining qualified members is as critical to Rotary’s long-term health and success as inducting new ones. Current members who are dedicated, active, and motivated support the effective functioning of the club and are likely to attract new Rotarians.
Our Responsibility
While our Club has an active Membership Committee, all Members of our Club are responsible for “Finding” and Keeping” members – Yes….that means you! 
Rotary Fun Day & BBQ
Food, Music, Games, Fun & Fellowship for the Whole Family
On Saturday, September 12th, at 2:00 pm at Camp Woodeden, 2311 Oxford St W., London
$10 per adult * Kids free
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Other Rotary Clubs Activities
Rotary Club of Chatham Beach Boys Concert
With Special Guest: Superfly
Saturday, August 8, 2015   8pm (gates open at 5:30)

Tecumseh Park, Chatham, Ontario

Proceeds to Chatham-Kent Hospice

Tickets are VIP $99, Reserved $45, Lawn $20 available at  or 75 William Street N. in Chatham.

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Rotary Club of London Hyde Park – 11th annual Charity Golf Classic

Will be held on Thursday, August 27th at Thames Valley Golf Course. This tournament is a Scramble format. Registration fee is $150 per person for 18 holes, includes lunch and dinner, or $110 per person including dinner. Registration forms at our weekly meeting registration desk. Please remit full payment on or before June 30 to Hendrikus Bervoets at  Proceeds from the tournament will support of Wellspring and Hyde Park Rotary’s Community Projects. 


11th Annual Dingman Antique Plough Day
Saturday, August 29th at 451 Dingman Drive, London – Free Admission
Demonstrations, Ploughing, Tractor Pull, Ladies Products Demo, Kid’s Tractor Pull, Antique Car Show.
Belmont Lions Food Booth – Breakfast 8 am to 11 am, Burgers, Hotdogs 11 am to 6 pm.
Kids Auction at 3:30 pm – Auction at 4:00 pm – Perch Fry at 5:30 pm
Matinee & Evening Music with “Randy Grey”
Tickets - $15  David Elliott will have tickets for this event at the next several meetings. Please contact David in advance and he will have tickets set aside for you. Tickets can also be purchased at the event.
Proceeds to Western Ontario Children’s Hospital (Luke’s Special Project) & rotary Club of Grand Bend Global Literacy project.

1951 Rotary Wine
It’s Summertime, and the livin’ is easy – a time to relax with friends and family, and a great opportunity to discuss what Rotary does with a friend over a glass of 1951 Rotary wine. VQA wines from Chateau des Charmes with a private Rotary label 1951 are still available from remaining inventory in about 40 LCBO stores across Ontario, and by direct sale from the winery: · 2012 Unoaked Chardonnay · 2011 Cabernet Merlot. Find out the LCBO stores with 1951 inventory or to order direct from the winery by going to When existing LCBO inventories sell out, 1951 will continue to be available direct from Chateau des Charmes. Enjoy fine wines and help others. $1 from the sale of each bottle goes to the Mississauga Lakeshore Rotary Club Foundation. Thanks for your continued support of 1951. 1951 was a very good year!


To celebrate 100 years of service to the London community, Rotary clubs in London are donating $100,000 to install a 14-foot illuminated clock in the tower at Covent Garden Market.  

Highly visible to patrons of Budweiser Gardens and the Market, the clock will enhance the area known as Rotary Square that is home to the Rotary Skating Rink and numerous community events.

Construction will begin in late fall with the official grand opening in March 2015. The same clock builder installed the clock in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa – The Verdin Company.  

The clock will be a spectacular enhancement to the existing Market structure and beautify the area while raising the profile of Rotary Square.  

Rotary Clock

100 Years of Service Above Self



Aug 10, 2015
Jim Swan
Golden age of Radio and CFPL-TV.
Aug 17, 2015
District Governor Nancy Ottewell
The DG's annual Visit
Aug 24, 2015
Jack Scott
A Rotarian’s Unique Inside View of Drive-in Theatres
Aug 31, 2015
Michael Annett & Megan Neill
Withdrawal and Recovery Programs
Sep 28, 2015


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