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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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Clean out your closet!          
The Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown is fundraising on behalf of Immaculata High School in Ottawa.
We are  collecting gently used clothes and house items to raise funds to help families affected by COVID19. 
 
 
We receive:
Bags of used clothes and linens
Boxes of house items
(The articles will be sold to collect funds)
 
Fundrive coordinator:
LA Palamar
(613) 266-2831
lapalamar@gmail.com
For items pick up call:
(613) 769-8110
 

 
Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown supports the Emergency Centretown Food Bank.
Rotarian Terry Edgan delivers a cheque in November 2020 on behalf of the Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown
The Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown supports St. Mary's Home. 
Katherine Martin receives a cheque from Terry Edgan (November 2020), a donation from Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown.
Due to Covid-19, we have transitioned to virtual meetings until further notice.
 
 
 
 
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