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Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 102
505 Scott Street
PO Box 103
Walkerton (Municipality of Brockton), ON N0G 2V0
Walkerton Rotary Club is inviting you to our bi-weekly meetings on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 6:30pm at Branch 102 Royal Canadian Legion. Refer to dates in the Speakers List. In July and August, we meet at Rotary members' homes.
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On February 16, 2023, the 5th draw in our Walkerton  Lottery series took place. Here are the winners:
Draw #5 – February 16, 2023
PRIZE                WINNER                                                         SOLD BY
$1,000 -               Joan & Neil White                                            Neil/Joan White
$500                    Angela Freiburger                                             Terry Kerrigan
$300                    Barb Jamieson                                                   Mac Bolton
$250                    Sarah Hurlburt/Laura Inglis Eickmeier             Myrna Inglis
$200                    Greg/Shelley Crummer                                      Nancy Baillie
$150                    Marg Al                                                              Dave Ferguson
Draw made by Rose Austin
Walkerton Rotary has welcomes our two newest members, Joanne Costie and Gemma Mendez-Smith.
The 2021-2022 Walkerton Rotary Lottery GRAND PRIZE winner was drawn on June 16, 2022 by Past District Governor Jim Schlatman of the Rotary Club of Hanover. The winner is Joan & Neil White of Walkerton.
October 27th is World Polio Day and Walkerton Rotary is hosting the World's Greatest Meal to help eradicate polio. Our meal consists of soup and sandwiches and your donation of $25 or more will help our cause. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will match these contributions 2:1.

At the Rotary District 6330 Conference, held in Walkerton on the weekend, Walkerton Rotarian Terry Kerrigan and his wife Sharon, middle, were recognized for becoming major donors to Rotary International with their donation to the Rotary founndation. The Kerrigans said they made the donation in honour of Walkerton Rotarian Don Moore, right, who served as District Governor this past year. “He is an inspiration to us all,” Terry said. Also taking part in the ceremony was Mildmay Rotarian Kelly Fotheringham, Rotary Foundation District Chair. The money has been directed towards water and sanitation projects and to literacy projects. A major donor is someone who donates a minimum of $10,000US. The Kerrigans become the first major donors from Walkerton.


Rotary District 6330 held its annual conference in Walkerton on the weekend, wrapping up Walkerton Rotarian Don Moore's year as District Governor. Rotary International representative Elizabeth Usovicz presented the governor with a gift for his dedication.


"If Rotary is to stay relevant in the 21st century, it must work to improve access to clean water, combat hunger, and expand literacy" stated Rotary International President John Kenny. In the words of Nelson Mandela, "no country can succeed if its future leaders are not educated".
Rotary invites the general public to participate by visiting to learn about polio eradication and contribute to the challenge match.
Palmy's Presentation -- Membership Ctte
Apr 06, 2023
Palmy's Experience --Membership Presentation
Jeff Davis
Apr 20, 2023
Rotary Meet & Greet
Cynthia Mattews, Author & Artist
May 04, 2023
Short Stories
Club Assembly
May 18, 2023
Member Classification or Rotary Learning
John McLachlan
Jun 01, 2023
Habitat for Humanity
Club Assembly
Jun 15, 2023
Induction of New Board of Directors
First Rotaract RPIC talks about creativity, community, and hats

As World Rotaract Week (13-19 March) kicks off, Rotaractor and public image coordinator Philip Flindt shares his secrets for planning exciting events.

Measuring our results: Making sure that we’re changing lives for good

Measuring our results: Making sure that we’re changing lives for

Recipient of Rotary’s new Sylvia Whitlock Leadership Award takes a global approach

Recipient of Rotary’s new Sylvia Whitlock Leadership Award takes a global

Bigger than polio

Women make up two-thirds of Pakistan’s polio workforce. Meet five of these dedicated women.

Breaking down walls

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Leymah Gbowee led Liberian women in a nonviolent movement that helped end their country’s civil war. Now, she’s working to help other girls and women realize their own power. Hear her speak at the 2023 Rotary International Convention in Melbourne.