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We meet Mondays at 6:15 PM
Rotary Garden Court
30 John Street West,
P.O. Box 578
Waterdown, ON  L0R 2H0
Canada
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Members of the Waterdown and Flamborough AM Clubs were honoured for another year supporting local school food programs during the Food4Kids Hamilton Breakfast Gala on Friday, Nov. 1 at Michelangelos Banquet Centre.
 
During the summer months (and following our hugely successful Oh Canada Ribfest), Waterdown Rotarians hosted and attended a series of social events in lieu of our regular business meetings.
 
Through July and August, we welcomed youths visiting on short-term exchange, celebrated the return home of local students Megan Heary and Tia Kozell, who spent the past year in Spain and Japan, respectively, and said goodbye to our outgoing exchange student Keegan Bajc, who left in mid August to spend the 2019-2020 school year studying in Japan. As well, we bid farewell to Victoria Stark and Nico Zarza, who returned home after their year of youth exchange in Canada.
 
Finally, following tradition, Waterdown Rotary Club members hosted our seniors corn roast, which featured lots of great food, prizes and fun for everyone.
 
Regular Rotary business meetings resume in September.
 
 
November is a busy time for Waterdown Rotarians. The month kicks off with a special Remembrance Day presentation Nov. 5, followed by a community networking meeting and committed activities. 

Recruiting for Rotary Youth Exchange

The Rotary Club of Waterdown is recruiting the following for 2019-2020:

  • WDHS students for the long-term international exchange (11 months)
  • WDHS students for the short-term international exchange (6-8 weeks)
  • Host families who live within the WDHS catchment area

For more information, download the “Youth Exchange application” above and also go to http://www.rotaryye7090.org/rotary-district-7090-youth-exchange.

 For any questions, contact Rotarian Sue Collins at scollins@bell.net

 

Mark your calendars for our next community brunch, which takes place on Saturday, September 22 - the food is fantastic and all proceeds support kids in our community.
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Members of the Waterdown and Flamborough AM Clubs were honoured for another year supporting local school food programs during the Food4Kids Hamilton Breakfast Gala on Friday, Nov. 1 at Michelangelos Banquet Centre.
 
During the summer months (and following our hugely successful Oh Canada Ribfest), Waterdown Rotarians hosted and attended a series of social events in lieu of our regular business meetings.
 
Through July and August, we welcomed youths visiting on short-term exchange, celebrated the return home of local students Megan Heary and Tia Kozell, who spent the past year in Spain and Japan, respectively, and said goodbye to our outgoing exchange student Keegan Bajc, who left in mid August to spend the 2019-2020 school year studying in Japan. As well, we bid farewell to Victoria Stark and Nico Zarza, who returned home after their year of youth exchange in Canada.
 
Finally, following tradition, Waterdown Rotary Club members hosted our seniors corn roast, which featured lots of great food, prizes and fun for everyone.
 
Regular Rotary business meetings resume in September.
 
 

Recruiting for Rotary Youth Exchange

The Rotary Club of Waterdown is recruiting the following for 2019-2020:

  • WDHS students for the long-term international exchange (11 months)
  • WDHS students for the short-term international exchange (6-8 weeks)
  • Host families who live within the WDHS catchment area

For more information, download the “Youth Exchange application” above and also go to http://www.rotaryye7090.org/rotary-district-7090-youth-exchange.

 For any questions, contact Rotarian Sue Collins at scollins@bell.net

 

November is a busy time for Waterdown Rotarians. The month kicks off with a special Remembrance Day presentation Nov. 5, followed by a community networking meeting and committed activities. 
 
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