Rotary International
District 7010
You can now register for the Timmins Leadership Training courses.

Due to overwhelming response, we are offering the Rotary Leadership Training (RLI) at the Timmins Days Inn (Sat June 4th and Sunday June 5th).  Don't miss out on the early bird price $75, for each course until May 21st.
June 4th – Part 1 & 2
June 5th – Part 2 & 3
At this time, we cannot provide the training in french.
You can now take Part 1 on Sat and follow through with Part 2 on Sunday.
The Part 1 session is an excellent way to introduce new members to Rotary and allow them to gain leadership skills.
Be sure to pass this on to all members, cost increases to $100 after May 21st.  The cost includes all course materials, breaks and lunch.  Many clubs cover the registration costs for participants.   Your hotel accommodation is not included in the course cost.
On Saturday evening the Timmins-Porcupine Club will host a social in the form of a diner and nighttime entertainment. cost $25.00/person
Rotarians can register online by going to the Rotary District website.

You can now register for this year's RYLA event.



As those who attended the Rotary Weekend in April are aware, at the end of that weekend we cut off registrations at 350 due to concerns regarding the capacity to seat people at the Saturday Masquerade and the farewell brunch on Sunday.  We have now arranged with the resort to accommodate more people, and therefore have been able to re-open registrations. 

If you reserved your room at The Rosseau or Clevelands House but you and/or the person sharing the room have not yet registered on line or through a paper registration submitted at the last conference or Rotary Weekend, you MUST register now in order to ensure there is a place for you.  Unregistered guests will not be able to join registered guests for any meals, and so we highly recommend that everyone planning to be at the resort that weekend get a full registration while they are still available.

Visit the Conference Site HERE for all the latest details.


The Rotary Club of Peterborough have come up with a great fundraising idea, Roaring Rotarian Fundraising Ale!

Please see the invitation below for more info.




Michele Guy and Michael Cooksey, co-chairs of the Host Organizing Committee for the 2018 Rotary International Convention, are please to announce the following appointments:

Co-Chairs of Finance and Administration - John Gordon, CA - District 7010 and Ron Kielstra CA - District 7090

Co-Chairs of Fundraising and Sponsorship - Valarie Wafer - District 7070 and Alana Scott - District 7070

Co-Chairs of Marketing and Promotion - Michael Gauthier - District 7080 and Ron Gillies - District 7070

Please join us in welcoming these dedicated Rotarians from 4 different districts to the team!

And special congrats to our own John Gordon!



A great video on Foundation.




Some reference material on Rotary Club Central has been added to the site.

You can access it here.



Marc Durocher's Public Image of Rotary presentation from the Leadership weekend has been added to the Downloads section.

Or, you can click here.



The RVH invited club presidents to Rotary Place at the RVH.

I have included several pictures for your viewing pleasure.

Rotary Place

You can see larger pictures on the District Facebook page.



ADG Joyce Campbell has made her presentation on Rotary 101 available for download.

You can find it in the Downloads section.

Or click here.



Doug Jernigan has added an invitation to Rotarians in the District, for the District Learning Academy.

Rotarians taking this program will have a broader knowledge of Rotary at the Community, District and International levels.

For more information, click the link on the left, under District Links.


Rotary International Convention
May 28 - June 01, 2016





Home Page News

The Paul Harris Society is a special district recognition program designed for Rotarians who wish to support The Rotary Foundation in a more substantial way each year.

Your District Public Relations committee runs the Outstanding Club Website award. This is an annual award that will be presented by the District Governor at the District Conference.
Rotary International would like to evaluate the effectiveness of the Club Leadership Plan and assess how it is working for Rotary clubs around the world.
For details click here.
The Club Leadership Plan, though not mandatory, is the recommended administrative structure for Rotary clubs. It is based on the best practices of effective Rotary clubs.
Read key stories from past issues of The Rotarian online.

There is a change in the postal address where TRF contributions will be sent. This will affect all contributions from Canadian Rotarians and clubs.

I just had this clarified by ClubRunner support, and my club secretary wasn't aware either, so I thought I should pass this on to the District.