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The Rotary Club of Mississauga Meadowvale is a fun and dynamic group of business men and women who embody the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".  
We meet alternate Friday's from 12:15 to 1:30pm
at Meadowvale Community Centre, 6655 Glen Erin Drive, Mississauga.  
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World Polio Day Monday October 24 2016
 
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Home Page Stories
This is the latest update regarding our GG 1636129.  The Knysna Club and the Knysna Education Trust are really promoting our partnership by making the annual opening birthday celebrations a very Canadian event!  
 
This is a project that came in "second place" at the 2014-15 Annual Showcasing of the Mississauga Joint Cluster International Project.  John Gilvesy encouraged us to take this forward and find funding.  Bolton, Burlington Lakeshore, Meadowvale,  Oakville Trafalgar, Oakville West, and Palgrave all gave generously to make this project happen. 
Rotary International President Ian Riseley issued a challenge to plant one tree for each Rotarian throughout the world. Ideally 1.2 million trees would be planted if the challenge was met.
 
On Sunday April 22nd, The Rotary Club of Meadowvale and other clubs in Mississauga got together to plant trees in celebration of earth day.
 
If you would like to learn more about Rotary, use the link below to download a document with the Rotary Basics.
This multi-club joint project will provide a  combined model preschool and hands-on teacher training centre for children from Khayalethu, a rural disadvantaged area of Knysna, Western Cape, South Africa.  The project will renovate three existing buildings in the township, and provide fully-equipped learning facilities for the preschool /teacher training centre.  An estimated 120 preschool children up to the age of 7, and 40 preschool teachers will benefit each year from this project.  It is conservatively estimated that each group of 40 teachers will provide pre-school care and education to 1,450 children each year.  The children will receive basic literacy and numeracy skills, pre-school care and nutrition.
 
Rotary International News
A reason to smile

Since 1993, Rotarians in Chile and the United States have teamed up to provide life-altering reconstructive

Reef revisited

A giant artificial reef in the shape of a Rotary wheel restores marine life and protects the livelihood of several fishing villages in the

Laura Bush addresses Rotarians

Former first lady of the United States speaks at

International Inspiration

A princess, 3 prime ministers, and a former first lady join 25,000 in Toronto to celebrate Rotary’s good work and plan more of

 
 
 
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