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North Bay - Nipissing

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 11:45 AM
The Moose Cookhouse
134 Main St E
North Bay, ON  P1B 1A8
Currently due to COVID 19 we are NOT meeting in person
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INTRODUCING – the Rotary Splash Pad “Buy a Bench” Campaign! THIS OFFER IS OPEN TO Rotarians from both Clubs, Rotaractors, families of Rotarians and friends, other groups. HELP US complete the final leg of fundraising for the completion of the ‘Family of Rotary Splash Pad’ and potential future improvements! For $2,000, YOU, YOUR FAMILY OR GROUP will be able to place a dedication plaque on one of the NINE benches surrounding one of North Bay Waterfront’s newest attractions! Benches will be painted metal slats in a variety of colours (see illustration below), mounted and secured to the site. THIS IS A LIMITED TIME OFFER! Once the nine benches are claimed, the campaign will be complete. CAMPAIGN OFFICIALLY ENDS on October 6, 2020. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Tony Limina (498-5154), Bill Hagborg (471-2956), Jim Evans (474-4934) or Jeff Celentano (472-8271), OR E-MAIL US AT:
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We  are a group of business and professional leaders who live and work in the North Bay - Nipissing Ontario area.  We are part of a world wide organization:  Rotary International.  Also,  we enjoy the support of our families, colleagues and friends.  Our diverse backgrounds, skills and a positive attitude enable us to  serve our local and global community. 
While we are engaged in numerous projects, our  focus is children and youth.

 Message  from the Chair of the Trustees -Bill Boyd -20 Second Elevator Speech!

  Today’s generation supports causes rather than organizations, and so we in Rotary should be able to clearly identify the causes that drive us. When somebody asks you what Rotary is, you do not have to fumble for words. Tell the person that we are an organization of service minded individuals around the world who are working to make the world a better place with our efforts in water and sanitation, basic education and literacy, maternal and child health, disease prevention and treatment, economic and community development, and peace and conflict resolution.

 You can say that in 20 seconds!

Rotary's fourth World Polio Day celebration, on 24 October, will highlight extraordinary progress in the eradication campaign and emphasize the work that remains before we wipe out the virus for good. With the number of new cases worldwide nearly halved from this time last year, we have the opportunity to rally our resources and see the last case of polio this year.

Health officials and Rotary's celebrity polio ambassadors will head to Atlanta, Georgia, USA, for the event, the first to be held at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It will be streamed live and then will be available for viewing anytime at

Major achievement focus of Rotary's World Polio Day event

Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update on 24 October hails this year’s historic achievement in polio eradication.

History: Rotary becomes intercontinental

Rotary HistoryRotary becomes intercontinentalOn 1 August 1912, the Rotary Club of London, Greater London, England, became the first Rotary club in Europe. Although

How Rotary is alleviating the effects of isolation during COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic, members are discovering ways to connect, cope, and care for each other and people in the communities they serve.

For true economic development, women are essential

Here’s why these organizations and their Rotary club partners are supporting local women’s entrepreneurship with financial literacy, small business loans, and one-on-one advisors.

A hurricane force in every phase of Rotary life

This Bahamian Rotarian has been a whirlwind of energy since he began volunteering in high school.