Making a Difference
                                                                  
 

The Rotary Club of Lincoln Welcomes You!

Service Above Self

2nd & 4th. Tuesday @07:15 am
Conversations Cafe
4995 King St.
Beamsville, ON  L0R 1S0
Canada
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Speakers
Sue Foster
Oct 24, 2017 7:15 AM
Club Assembly
Alan Caslin Regional Chair of Niagara
Nov 14, 2017
Niagara Region Challenges
 
 
 
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Duty Roster October 10
Registrar
Lundrigan, John
 
Greeter & Rotary "Point of Pride"
Campbell, Erin
 
Invocation
Kotwa, Terry
 
Duty Roster October 24, 2017
Registrar
Turner, Jen
 
Greeter & Rotary "Point of Pride"
Daya, Shiraz
 
Invocation
Kralt, Martha
 
 
Our Club Officers
President
President Elect
Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Vice President
Director
Director
Director
RI Convention Promotion
 

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What's Happening with Lincoln Rotary!
 
Awesome night at Town council as the Rotary Club of Lincoln celebrated Making A Difference in our community with the presentation of $190,000 cheque to fulfill our clubs committment to the Charles Daley Park Bandshell and The Fleming Centre Capital Campaign.
 
 
How can you triple your impact? Thanks to a 2-to-1 match from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, every donation made to Rotary to end polio will be tripled. Donate today. endpolio.org/donate
 
 
 
 
World Polio Day October 24, 2017
   
 
On World Polio Day, Tuesday, Oct 24th, the Rotary Clubs in the Niagara Region have arranged to have Niagara Falls illuminated in Rotary colours. Members of all District clubs are invited to help us broadcast our success and commitment to finish the eradication of this horrific disease. The lights will showcase Rotary colours at 10:00 pm. Bring your club banners, wear Rotary colours and jackets and join us for a short gathering and photo opportunity. 
 
We want to show our pride in Rotary and 7090! We’ll gather at Table Rock at 9:30. Parking at the lot adjacent will be free at that hour. (Mention to attendant that you are a Rotarian.) Please RSVP to dberry@cogeco.ca so that we know the numbers.  Hope you will car pool and make this a huge success.
 
 
 
 

Rotary International has set as one of its goals to plant one tree for every Rotarian. Lincoln Rotary Club has a chance to partner with Ontariogreen to help plant 150 trees at two local parks. This tree planting will be taking place at Meadowood Park in Beamsville a park that the Rotary Club of Lincoln helped with buying playground equipment. Please let Sue know if you are able to participate so we can let Liz Benneian of Ontariogreen know number of participants to expect.

Saturday October 21, 2017 @10am-Noon

 
Mike Hahn President-elect, Sue Foster President, Reg Madison District Governor
 
OFFICIAL DISTRICT GOVERNOR VISIT
"Thank you for your hospitality at our club visit this week. We enjoyed your meetings and getting to know you, your board and your members.
You’ve got a great group of dedicated Rotarians in your club. 
Your club is a fund raising machine! You should be very proud of all you’ve accomplished, especially this year – not just your 20th anniversary but paying off two major commitments totaling nearly $200,000. "
- Reg Madison
Rotary is all about being MAD --- Making A Difference!
 
Rotary Club of Lincoln has been invited to support the Town of Lincoln Homecoming Festival by participating as bar servers in the Twenty Valley Craft & Culinary Garden.
A BIG THANK YOU TO DAVE WOOD HIS DAUGHTER SHANNON, GAYLE ROTH AND ROB & SUE FOSTER FOR BEING
PHENOMINAL VOLUNTEERS AS SERVERS AT THE CRAFT & CULINARY GARDEN
 
An all-inclusive community celebration to welcome all who call Lincoln "home" & those with roots in our Town to "come home"
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