London Rotary Club
We meet Mondays at 11:59 AM
RBC Place London
300 York Street
London, ON N6B 1P8
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THINK GOLF!!!-see President's Cup details below.
Here are the details:
Time:  The Zoom meeting will “open” at 11:30 am for those that want to socialize before the meeting which starts at 12:00 pm.


Meeting ID: 666 121 982
Password:  030500
If you want to dial in via telephone — you can use: +1 647 558 0588 Canada
Jan Brooks, a Parelli Natural Horsemanship Professional and an Affiliate for BEMER (Bio Electro Magnetic Energy Regulation).  Jan became interested in BEMER after seeing the changes in her mentor, Pat Parelli, whose improvements in his physical movements were so incredible.  As a champion bucking horse competitor and a lifelong horseman, Pat’s body was hurting.  BEMER changed that for him.
Jan graduated from Lakehead University with an Honours Bachelor and Physical Education degree and an Honours Bachelor of Education.  She then began teaching in British Columbia.  Jan then went into the business world as a Vocational Specialist.  This led her to completing her certification in Ergonomics.  Jan’s lifelong love of horses led to her next career change, incorporating her teaching and business into her current interest in sharing the powerful changes using the BEMER, her subject for today, can offer.    
Randy Hood became a professional freestyle mogul skier in his early twenties and was rated in the top ten in North America. Randy’s lengthy career in sales and marketing began 54 years ago with the family business.  In 1984 Randy started Hood International Trading, Inc., manufacturing and distributing sports and medical orthotics in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. After studying alternative sources for increased energy and stamina required for athletes Randy joined Cell Tech, Inc. in Randy’s career, founded on a passion for supporting optimal human and animal health and performance, ultimately led him to BEMER 5 years ago.  Randy now travels around the world working with people and horses training and educating on the benefits of the BEMER system 
The 3rd Annual Rotary Club of London President’s Cup Golf Tournament,
Wednesday, September 2nd at The Oaks Golf Club. Commencing August 1st forward fees will be $175/player.
Register on for sign up and full details or contact Heather Broadhead and help make this event another huge success. 24 foursomes needed.
Registration & warm up 9-10:30 am, Tee off at 11:00am, Shot gun – Scramble.
Sponsorship opportunities continue to be available such as: Tournament ($5,000), Dinner ($2,500), Wine ($2,000), Lunch ($1,000), Longest Drive (2) ($200), Closest To The Pin (2) ($200), Putting Contest ($200), Hole ($150). 
We would like to THANK to following sponsor for their generous support ;
Lunch sponsor -David Elliott of Sutherland Elliott Insurance
Diamond Sponsors- Don & Loretta Stevens
Reception sponsor- Blackfriar Group Inc.
Coffee Sponsor- Imperial Coffee Inc
Game sponsors:
Marshmallow Drive- Finan Home Services
Longest Drive Men’s- both Unique Training and Development & MNP LLP
Ladies Longest Drive- Beth Cormier, Law
Closest to the Pin Men’s- MNP LLP
Closest to the Pin Ladies- Blackfrair Group Inc.
Most Honest Golf Team- Harris Funeral Home
If you can provide an auction item please contact Jon DeActis

For further info please contact Heather Broadhead  All funds raised will go into our Local Community projects.
London Affordable Housing Foundation’s Nightingale Place Project Update as of May 27th 2020 
  1. Ontario Government has removed shut down restrictions from all construction projects in the province which helps our project with the industry now moving to full capacity. Products and materials are easier to obtain and workers are feeling more comfortable in their return to work with our existing project Covid precautions remaining in place. The contractor is 92% complete to date.
  2. At our request to be firm and final our Contractor has confirmed again 30th June completion so we have notified them that we are now committing to tenant occupancy. Amongst ourselves we are maintaining our one month buffer and are committing to Saturday 1st Aug tenants. There is a possibility of mid-July occupancies but this is not specifically planned for.
  3. Sister Joan is organizing a project sign to be installed at the site announcing the project is now ready to receive tenant applications and directing them to the rental company for rental enquiries. This should take all consideration in and put  1st Aug as first tenants date. The tenant selection process will be slower with people dealing with the Covid situation and possibly unable to visit BGM’s office for interviews and paperwork. The sooner the better for her for a smooth organized intake program and generation of rental income for us.
             Artists Concept                                        Nightingale Place June 2020
Rotary Club of London Supports the Salvation Army Centre of Hope
Club President Howard Shears presenting donation to Jon DeActis, Executive Director, The Salvation Army Centre of Hope
The Club and Salvation Army have a long-standing relationship.  Within a two-week period in April, the Club raised and donated $7,500 to the Salvation Army Centre of Hope to help address demands arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Funds will be used to support the Centre’s Food Bank and PPE needs of front-line staff.  

The Rotary Club of London Foundation Matching Funds Opportunity:
The Rotary Club of London Foundation is taking three steps to help and leverage the Club and its members in their support of London area community organizations’ COVID-19 mitigation:

1. Matching individual Rotary Club of London members’ donations (made between 01 March and 30 June 2020) on a first notified* basis, first matched based up to an aggregate total of $10,000 to any of the following five organizations:
   - Meals on Wheels (London)
   - London Food Bank
   - Mission Services London
   - London Health Sciences Centre Foundation
   - St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation
   - RBC Place Employee Grocery Gift Cards  Program
   * Send some sort of notice/proof of your donation (eg. Copy of confirmation email or e-receipt from recipient organization) to Sandy Ronson at
2. The Foundation will consider additional COVID-19 related donation matching requests from individual Rotarians on an each case basis. 

Weekly Coffee Klatch
Since the Province has extended its Stay-at-Home directive, we decided to set up a weekly Zoom “Coffee Klatch” each Thursday from 10:30 to 11:15 am.
Bring your own coffee of course.
Meeting ID: 990 6669 7951
Password: 934717

Rotarians Helping Rotarians
The Rotary Satellite Club of London Centennial would like to offer up help to fellow London Rotarians during the COVID-19 crisis.  If you are unable or uncomfortable leaving your home, but you need groceries or other necessities, a Satellite Club member is here to help!  Please fill out this form:   and someone from the Satellite Club will follow up with a phone call to arrange a delivery time and confirm any details regarding your order. 


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Many “Thanks” to Jim Swan for uploading these videos.  

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

Jan Brooks
Aug 10, 2020
Jamie Lee Arseneau, David Renwick, YOU
Aug 24, 2020
Update on Joan's Place
Rotary International Past President Barry Rassin
Aug 31, 2020
Bahamas rebuild with the support of Rotarians around the world donating to the Rotary Foundation
Cherryl Fredette, Rotary Club of Hyde Park
Oct 19, 2020
Reframing for Resilience
Vice President
Past President
Two Year Director
Two Year Director
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
Administrative Assistant
Membership Chairperson
Local Service Projects Chairperson
International Service Chairperson
Youth Services Chairperson
Public Relations Chairperson
Speakers Committee Chairperson
Fundraisng Chairperson
The Rotary Foundation of RI Chairperson
Sergeant-at-Arms Chairperson


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