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 looking for your attendance on the golf course. Register with Heather Broadhead heather@bfg-inc.ca as soon as possible to help to make this event a success. 

Any questions contact Heather Broadhead heather@bfg-inc.ca

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.

Thank you GoodLife Fitness, LCC, VersaBank and IC Funding & Don Stevens!

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: andrewadamyk@hotmail.com 


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!