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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
Creating income opportunities for about 150 women from earthquake-affected village of Khokana through a Rotary Global Grant Project #1746726 with the RC Patan as Host Partner and the RC Mississauga Meadowvale in Canada as International Partner, RC Burlington Lakeshore, D-7080, RC Montreal in Canada and the RC Branchburg Township and D-7510 in the USA as Funding Partners and Rotary Foundation World Fund Match Funds. The photos show interaction during the project planning meeting and the Khokana village where the project will take place.
 
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.
 
 
Rotary International News
The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors

The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of BenefactorsThe Rotary Foundation has been welcomed into the University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors for its continuous support of the

Rotary clubs fight modern slavery with Freedom United

Fighting modern slaveryAn estimated 40.3 million people around the world live in slavery involving either sexual exploitation or forced labor. A Rotarian Action Group and Freedom

Turning teens away from crime

Rotary clubs in Canada invest in the PACT program, an urban peace initiative that aims to break the cycle of youth

How to watch World Polio Day 2018 livestream

How to watch Rotary’s World Polio Day

Leading Indian hotelier named Rotary International president

Leading Indian hotelier named Rotary International president Fourth Indian to head global membership organizationNEW DELHI, (1 Oct. 2018) — Sushil Kumar Gupta, chair

 
 
 
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