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London Rotary Club

Service Above Self since 1915

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
London Convention Centre
300 York Street
London, ON  N6B 1P8
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September is Rotary Basic Education and Literacy Month
Basic education and literacy is one of Rotary’s six areas of focus. In 1985 Rotary declared basic literacy to be a pre-condition to the development of peace.

Rotary’s goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy.
Sixty-seven million children worldwide have no access to education and more than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate.
Rotarians are encouraged to raise awareness of literacy issues and to organize literacy projects at home and abroad such as our shipping of school supplies to Haiti and South Africa and our dictionary and Start2Finish programs in London.

Rotary FUND Day!  October 2nd at the Thames Valley Golf Club
To raise funds for the Rotary Club of London’s local and international projects currently approved by the Club's  Board. Current approved and yet unfunded projects include: Youth Services Request for International Exchange Student, $3,150; SET Togo school desks for three school rooms $3,950; Adventures in Citizenship, Seminar for Tomorrow’s Leaders, and Interact/Rotaract Support $1,850; Rotary Square $2,900; The Rotary Foundation’s Polio Plus Campaign (Guest speakers’ “Thank You”) $3,000; Avoidable Blindness project $675; Area 4 Dictionaries $4,000.  Total funds $19,525. Projected revenue from other fundraisers (Bingo and District Grant) estimated at $10,500 leaving a need for an additional $10,000.

Tee off at 7:30 am   Members luncheon meeting at noon hour in the Thames Valley Club House.

Halloween ‘SAVE THE DATE’ -- October 28th 

Get the creative juices going on your costume for this years 2nd annual Halloween dinner party.

The Broadhead’s will host their 2nd annual Halloween dinner party - 6 pm for 7pm Dinner. $50 per person, cheque made payable to the Rotary Club of London Foundation (tax receipted).

BYOB    Further Details to follow.

“The 2016-17 Hon. Ray Lawson Rotarian of the Year” Award Nominations
The purpose of The Honourable Ray Lawson ‘Rotarian of the Year’ Award is to recognize a member of the Rotary Club of London who is/has been highly involved in Club activities and may have also been active in Rotary District 6330 activities.

Each member is invited to make nominations for this prestigious Award.  All Rotarians can make nominations.  This Award is open to all members of our Club except any Board Member who sat on the Board of Directors last year (Cindy Rektor, Stephen Knox, Rick Santos, Michel Kouassi, Jeff Schiller, Jim Swan, Ian Wright, Malcolm Cocks, Kirk Langford, David Elliott)
and previous recipients (John Stuart, Jim Belton, John Eberhard, Brian Carroll, Bob Earley, Bob Black, Jack Scott, Keith Morrow, Bruce McGauley, Jan Delaney, Don Stevens, Rick Coates, Warren Granger, David Brady, Randy Harden, Elizabeth Harris, Marilyn Neufeld, Don Bork).

The Nomination Form can be found on our registration desk or on our Home Page under “Home Page Download Files”.  Please download and forward the Nomination Form by email to Past President Harry Joosten,, with your choice for this prestigious award, the reasons for that choice, and Harry will present his recommendation to the Board at its 20 October meeting.

District Activities
District Foundation Seminar / Club Qualification

Saturday 4 November at 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the BMO Centre, 295 Rectory Street, London.   Fee $40 

The Foundation and Club Certification Seminar is held annually and members of our Club must attend if our Club is to qualify to participate in 2018-19 district & global foundation grants. The morning sessions will be devoted to information about the Rotary Foundation; afternoon session will include training on grant applications which will qualify clubs to participate in the District Grants program for the 2018-2019 Rotary year. This is a perfect opportunity to learn more about your R.I. Foundation and the great work it does annually around the world.

Registration is available on the District Website - - To register - log onto the District Website - click on "Calendar" - click on the event you plan to attend. Registration fee ($ 40 CDN, $30 USD) to be paid at the venue.

To celebrate 100 years of service to the London community, Rotary clubs in London are donating $100,000 to install a 14-foot illuminated clock in the tower at Covent Garden Market.  

Highly visible to patrons of Budweiser Gardens and the Market, the clock will enhance the area known as Rotary Square that is home to the Rotary Skating Rink and numerous community events.

Construction will begin in late fall with the official grand opening in March 2015. The same clock builder installed the clock in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa – The Verdin Company.  

The clock will be a spectacular enhancement to the existing Market structure and beautify the area while raising the profile of Rotary Square.  

Rotary Clock

Rotary FUNd Day! at Thames Valley Golf Club
Oct 02, 2017
7:30 am Tee Time -18 or 36 Holes of Golf - on the course or putting green!
Dr Mario Faveri
Oct 16, 2017
Mindful Meditation
President Elect
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Past President
Two Year Director
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Two Year Director
Two Year Director
One Year Director
One Year Director
One Year Director
One Year Director
Director - Satellite Club Representative
Director - Satellite Club Representative
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