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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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To be an effective, relevant, and vibrant group within a community, a Rotary club needs to continually admit new members and retain current ones. A club's ability to serve the community is directly related to the strength and size of its membership base. A club that stays active encourages Rotarians to remain connected to the organization.
“Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One”
"Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One," the membership slogan approved by the RI Board of Directors, is a reminder that every Rotarian is responsible for inviting new members and keeping clubs active and vibrant. It also stresses that retention is an essential component of a strong club and membership base.

Finding members
New members bring important benefits to the club, including an increased capacity to serve the community, future leadership, diversity, and fresh ideas, interests, and energy.

Keeping members
Retaining qualified members is as critical to Rotary’s long-term health and success as inducting new ones. Current members who are dedicated, active, and motivated support the effective functioning of the club and are likely to attract new Rotarians.

Our Responsibility
While our Club has an active Membership Committee, all Members of our Club are responsible for “Finding” and Keeping” members – Yes, that means you!
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun on Saturday, October 27th
 Join us for a chill filled, spine tingling and fun time for a 3 course dinner and Murder Mystery Night at the Marienbad. Costumes encouraged….but not necessary.  Prizes for the best get up.
 All for only $50 per person.
 Need to have your interest indicated by August 30 to reserve the venue or this event is dead!!
 Please respond to Jack Scott at:
The Rotary Club of London President’s Cup Golf Tournament September 19, 2018 at The Oaks Golf Club

On September 19th 2018, The Rotary Club of London will host its first annual Presidents Cup Golf Tournament at the prestigious The Oaks Golf Club in Delaware.

Golf Registrations: We are still looking for more golfers. Please recruit your friends, business colleagues, etc. and have them register with Heather Broadhead as soon as possible to help to make this event a success. 

Any questions contact Heather Broadhead

Sponsorship Opportunities: Sponsorships for the tournament start at $200 for closest to the pin holes and increase incrementally up to the $5000 for the tournament sponsor. Please consider sponsoring the first Annual Presidents Cup Golf Tournament. Details can be found on our Club’s website Home Page.

Sponsorships sold to date: GoodLife Fitness (Men’s and Women’s Longest Drives and Hole #1); The London Convention Center (Putting Contest); VersaBank (Reception Sponsor), IC Funding & Don Stevens (Ruby) Unique Training & Development (dinner sponsor), Sutherland Elliott Insurance & Thames Financial (hole-in-one & Diamond) Harris Funeral Home (closest to the Pin Men’s. Hole sponsor Andrew Adamyk, Bruce McGauley & Beth Cormier.                      Thank you for your support!!

All proceeds raised from this event will be put towards supporting our local Community initiatives.

If you do wish to be a sponsor contact Andrew Adamyk in person or email: 

Local Lager - Rotary Beer Fundraiser
Here’s where you can stock up on your Rotary beer for all those upcoming summer BBQ’s!!!”   

Only at these Beer Stores: 
 1199 Oxford St. W, London     
 1080 Adelaide St N., London
 1005 Wellington St., London     
1225 Wonderland Rd. N, London
 1014 Talbot St., St. Thomas

Breakfast of Champions Award Recipient
This past Tuesday at the Breakfast of Champions, organized by St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation and the Middlesex branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), the two Champion of Mental Health Awards were presented by CMHA Middlesex.  They recognize a group and an individual who make significant contributions to mental wellness in our community.

Mental health advocate Kristen Legault-Donkers, a psychology student at King’s University College, received the ‘individual’ award for the series of books she published on depression, anxiety, ADHD and bipolar disorder geared to children. Through a partnership with our Rotary Club the books will be distributed to 100 elementary schools in the Thames Valley District School Board. Congratulations Kristen!

District News:
Rotary Leadership Institute seminar, Part I, Part II & Part III
Saturday, 22 September from 8:30AM to 4:00PM at King's University College (Broughdale Hall), 266 Epworth Ave, London.

The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) Program’s ‘Rotary Learning and Information’, consists of three parts, I, II and III, to be taken progressively. Each part is a one day seminar, those taking Part II must have completed Part I; to take Part III, Part II must have been completed. The Parts are divided into 6 modules of approximately 55 minutes each. Attendees register for one part only at a low cost of $75.00 which covers light breakfast, breaks, lunch and materials

TO REGISTER: (PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY). Email to  and specify your Club name, Part I, Part II or Part III, and indicating that you will bring cash or cheque payable to “R.L.I. District 6330”, with you to the seminar. Classes are limited to 16 participants.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Register before Saturday, September 15th, 2018. 
Courses are fun, topical and interactive. They are geared towards members and leaders who wish to be knowledgeable about Rotary and be more effective in their businesses and their Rotary Club.

For more information please contact Helen Campbell at:

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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

Prof Colin Read, Retired Prof. of History
Aug 27, 2018
A moment in time, The Rebellion of 1837
President Elect
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Two Year Director
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Two Year Director
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One Year Director
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Director - Satellite Club Representative
Director - Satellite Club Representative
Administrative Assistant
Membership Chairperson
Local Service Projects Chairperson
International Service Chairperson
Speakers Committee Chairperson


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