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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kitchener Grand River

Kitchener Grand River

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Trillium Room, Crowne Plaza K-W
105 King Street East
Trillium Room
Kitchener, ON  N2G2K8
Canada
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MISSION OF OUR CLUB

The Kitchener Grand River Rotary Club is a diverse and engaged organization dedicated to supporting children, youth and future leaders locally and internationally by way of living and promoting the ideals of Rotary
 
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Our speaker on February 6th was Rotary Peace Scholarship recipient Rizwan who is studying for a Master of Peace and Conflict Studies at UW-Conrad Grebel. Rizwan was joined by Ernie Ginzler and two faculty members Jennifer Ball and Sherri Sutherland.
 Our speaker on January 30, was Amanda Snyder speaking of her international volunteer experiences.
 
 
On January 16th, Steve Currie, VP of Strategy and Innovation for Communitech joined us to talk about this important community organization and their event True North Waterloo to be held in late May 2018.
 
 
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Club Updates
Feb 27, 2018
Fundraising Allocations, International Committee, Free Reading Program and more
 
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Rotary Artoberfest
     
 
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