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Welcome to our Club!

Ottawa Bytown

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
During the Covid-19 Crisis we are meeting on line
P.O. Box 4601, Stn. E Ottawa
Ottawa, ON K1S 3N6
Canada
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Home Page Stories
During the year 2021, the Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown provided support and donations to the Centretown Emergency Food Centre in Ottawa. In May 2022, we had the official presentation of the cheque that corresponded to our 2021 donation. In the picture, Louis Karangura-Community Service Director, Kenneth Sparks - Club President, Stewart Hewlett - Honorary member, and Iris Bradly - Club member, presented the cheque to Diana Mahaffy -Centertown Emergency Food Centre Manager.
 
The Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown partnered with StoryBook Ottawa on a literacy project. We donated one book to each student of the Cambridge Public School in Ottawa.  In the picture, Louis Karangura -Community Service Director- and Ken Sparks - Club President- presented the books to the kindergarden class.
In the summer of 2021, the Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown collected gently used clothes and house items from our friends and neighbours. We received overwhelming support from generous donors. We partnered with Value Village to receive those items. Dymon Storage - Ottawa gave us space to store the items. Special thanks to them!On June 26th, Rotary Club members from our club with the help of our partners, took the load of items to Value Village. In the last picture, Bob Garret Principal of Immaculata High School, receives a cheque from the activity proceeds from our Club president, Ken Sparks.
Due to Covid-19, we have transitioned to virtual meetings until further notice.
 
 
 
 
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