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Serving our community since 1949
Timmins-Porcupine

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
85 McIntyre Rd
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Schumacher, ON P0N 1G0
Canada
The first and third Tuesday at 7pm
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Last night, the Rotary Club of Timmins-Porcupine awarded 6 individuals with the Paul Harris Fellowship Award.  Congratulations to George Rodda, A. J. Zimmerman, Fran Zimmerman, Dr. Chris Loreto, June Woodburn and John MacIvor.  
Last night we had the privilege to induct 3 new members! Welcome Rita, Carlos, and Siri to our Rotary Family!

 
 
 
As part of the Teddy Bear Program. The club recently donated several stuffed toys in support of the Golden Manor's summer carnival.
Snuggling with a stuffed animal has many positive results, such as increasing happiness and calm, reducing agitation and anxiety, and increased engagement through play.
Pictured: June Woodburn, coop student Jasmynn Pitre-Jolicoeur and resident Malitta Lockrey
 
On the evening of May 31st. A check was presented to Project Love and First Baptist Church as part of Rotary’s $12,000 donation to community groups. Pictured from First Baptist Church is Michelle White and Marlice MacLead from Project Love. Rotarians Ross MacIvor, June Woodburn and Nancy Richards share in the check presentation. A few weeks earlier, representatives from The Lord’s Kitchen, Anti Hunger Coalition Timmins, Timmins Food Bank, South Porcupine Food Bank and Spruce Hill Lodge gathered to accept their Rotary donations.
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John Sever a champion of polio eradication dies

Rotary member John Sever’s work to end polio spanned decades and was marked by unwavering determination and resolve.

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France's commitment to a polio-free world

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France’s commitment to a polio-free worldPARIS (4 May 2024) – Rotary International presented its Polio Eradication Champion Award to French President Emmanuel Macron

Stand by me: The value of peer to peer support

On TikTok and on campus, students with mental health struggles are finding support among each other.

Climate therapy

As a warming world takes a mental toll, collective action can help ease eco-anxiety.

The provider pipeline

When a hospital system in Colorado declared an emergency on youth mental health, Rotary members stepped up.