We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM at
La Cle d'la Baie en Huronie (aka The French Centre)

We have regular lunch meetings on the first and third Tuesday, and check out our Upcoming Meetings for fun Community Service projects and Socials on our off weeks!

63 Main Street (North of Robert St.)
Penetanguishene Ontario  L9M 1M8
Canada

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Home Page Stories
 
On December 18th, we honoured Emma Maurice at École secondaire Le Caron as our Rotary Student of the Month for December.  
 
Emma is a great example of benevolence and selflessness.
 
Once again, our Rotary Club celebrated the holiday Season with the 19th Annual Festival of Trees!  53 beautiful Christmas trees, and 15 holiday decor items, filled the Midland Cultural Centre and Village Square Mall with festive Christmas spirit. 
 
The raffle draw took place Friday evening at the Village Square Mall.  Read on to see this year's list of winners!
 
 
On December 6th, we honoured Danielle Léveillé at École secondaire Le Caron as our Rotary Student of the Month for November.   It's very clear when you meet Danielle that she is a smiling, positive and inclusive person...

 
 
 
 
On Monday, November 20, 2017, the 18th Annual Festival of Trees began in Midland and Penetanguishene.  Fifty beautifully decorated Christmas Trees can be found at the Village Square Mall in Penetanguishene, the Huronia Mall in Midland and at the Midland Cultural Centre.  Each tree is generously sponsored by a local business or group in our community, and will be raffled off on Friday, December 15th at 6:00pm.   Raffle tickets are available for purchase at each location, and are 6 / $5.   Also, don’t miss the Gift Card trees (one at each location), where you can win hundreds of dollars of gift cards (but not the tree!). 
We've been out and about the past couple weeks, so here's a recap of what we've been up to!
 
October 24th - We walked to End Polio!  Thanks to Town of Penetanguishene Staff who helped us get safely down Main Street without incident and a big thanks to Sue for organizing.  We had fun, enjoyed the sun and enjoyed subs at La Cle following the walk.  
 
October 31st - Paul and Marjolyn did an incredible job of preparing everything so that we could get together and chop, wash, trim and cook 60 meals for The Guesthouse. The first meal will be served on Saturday, November 11th - we need to send 4 volunteers to help serve the meal.  Brian and Laurie will be there - can we get two more?  You'll need to be there at 5pm.
 
November 7th - We were fortunate to have the District Foundation Chair as our speaker to kick off Rotary Foundation Month!  In case you didn't make the connection (as I didn't), Sue Cook was our speaker. :)  More on that below...but we were also glad to have Jan back in good health to cater our lunch.  After a number of Happy Dollars and a Festival of Trees update, Sue shared a great overview of the Rotary Foundation.
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
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President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
Community Service
Club Service
Rotary Foundation
Membership
Public Relations
Vice President
Executive Secretary
 
 
 
Upcoming Meetings
Lunch meeting with Trent Mayers
Sep 17, 2019
Wine Journeys - Discovering great value wines at the LCBO
SOCIAL - Details TBD
Sep 24, 2019 12:15 PM
(Peter Deacon and Ray Marchand)
Lunch meeting with Speaker - TBD
Oct 01, 2019 12:15 PM
(Mary Ellis and Gerry Light)
Community Service Project - Sort Food
Oct 08, 2019 12:15 PM
Sort Food at Salvation Army
 
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