Fines outstanding are due for the quarter ending Sept 30th. Not certain/want to clarify your balance, check with Sandy.
Virtual RED BADGE NEW MEMBER--Sharadindu Rai--please reach out via ZOOM chat with an energetic Rotary welcome!!!
Meeting Responsibilities:
Zoom Host - Don Bork
Registration - Sandy Ronson
Sgt-at-Arms for Oct-Jim Swan
Fine balances are due Sept 30th.
It costs nothing to send an eCOG to a friend/prospective member/neighbour. Please advise Keith of names/contact info.
Having difficulty accessing and using Clubrunner, the platform RCL website runs on. Training videos and assistance is available. See Clubrunner supplied links and information at the very end of the eCOG. 
Rotary Satellite Club meeting details----not currently meeting at the Fox and Fiddle due to C-19, but but join them via ZOOM on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm.. see details on the Facebook Page, the link is:
"A Little Bit About Me"-BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!
Have a suggestion for an eCOG-Bulletin article/story, please let Keith know.
Oct 19, 2020
Reframing for Resilience
Oct 26, 2020
Nov 02, 2020
Nov 09, 2020
Remembrance Day Theme
Nov 16, 2020 12:01 PM
"My experience with racism in Canada - - and why I'm telling my story now"
Nov 23, 2020
Nov 30, 2020
Annual meetings for the London Rotary Club and London Rotary Club Foundation
Dec 07, 2020
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Upcoming Events
Rotary Club Bottle Drive
Oct 24, 2020
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
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Rotary News Today
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
Our speaker on Oct 19th is Cherryl Fredette

Cherryl has been working with children and their families for over 25 years in various educational, recreational and therapeutic settings. She began her career in Early Childhood Education in Ottawa, working in “before and after school programs.” She has worked with several organizations and School Boards in both Ottawa and London, Ontario, as well as several years in the Chicago, Illinois area in a therapeutic setting while specializing in behaviour studies. Cherryl was trained in Self-Reg in Early Childhood through the Mehrit Centre and also a trained resiliency facilitator though RIRO- Reaching Out- Reaching In. She offers customized workshops in the London area that provide educators and parents an opportunity to learn and share together. Currently, Cherryl is focused on providing programs that promote self-regulation, resiliency and support inclusive environments. She also started Montessori Teacher Education Training this year and will be teaching 3-6 year olds here in London. Cherryl is a member of the Hyde Park Rotary Club and on the Community Service and New Generations Committees. Cherryl’s talk is titled “Reframing for Resiliency”


The Rotary Club of London “End Polio Now!” Run-Walk-athon

In honour of World Polio Day, which is the 28th of this month, we will be holding The Rotary Club of London “End Polio Now!” Run-Walk-athon, a 15 kilometer event, on Saturday, October 24thRotary has been working on eradicating polio for the last 4 decades and we are almost there.  Today there are just 2 countries left with the wild poliovirus. Our Run-Walk-athon will be a fundraiser for Rotary’s PolioPlus Fund. Every dollar raised is matched 2-to-1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Members participating on October 24th will be doing the walk-run individually, not in a group. Our Team currently has 5 members (President Dianne, Keith Morrow, Danielle Bork, John Stuart, and Jim Belton) who will be participating in the Run-Walk-athon on the 24th. Your support would be very much appreciated. Please check out our event at:
To support Local Community initiatives OCTOBER 24TH- WORLD POLIO AWARENESS DAY--172 Timber Drive- Byron--9 am- 1 pm.
The Rotary Club of London is asking for your support in ‘return’ for your empties. On this World Polio Eradication Awareness Day drop your empties off and support our many local projects. Glass and plastic wine, cooler and spirit containers. Beer cans and bottles, tetra packs and bag-in-a-box will be accepted. Pull up on the street, wait for a member of our Club to greet you and remove your donation from your vehicle. Pull out safely from your spot. 
-VOLUNNTEERS NEEDED-October 24th-9am-1 pm bottle drive. Arrive 8:30 for instruction. Stay as long as you can, please advise.
EVENT REQUIRES-Greeters--Greet donors in their vehicles and remove donations to the driveway counting area. Sorters  and counters also needed.  This is being held at Paul & Heather Broadheads home address and caution will have to be taken to ensure safety for all concerned, donors arriving and greeters removing items and getting them onto the property. Some bending and low weight loads will be needed. If you have a dolly that can be used, please let Heather know. Contact heather at to sign up.
London Affordable Housing Foundation’s Nightingale Place Project Update----IT IS FINISHED AND 2ND INSTALLMENT DELIVERED TO SISTER JOAN BY HEATHER !!!
SATELLITE CLUB WILL HOLD ITS 4th VIRTUAL TRIVIA NIGHT on Wednesday, October 28th. It will be Hallowe’en themed, but include topics like spooky and gross things and maybe even Mad Science. 
You don’t have to be a Hallowe’en expert to join in on the fun! Registration are online by clicking here:
“The 2019-20209 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: (Howard Shears, Jim Swan, Dianne Prowse Twynstra, Keith Morrow, Jim Belton, John Boyne, Heather Broadhead, John Finan, Michelle Foote, Stu Eberhard, Jon Ferrara, Jeff Schiller, Jack Scott, John Stuart, Kyle Case, Danielle Bork)
and previous recipients: (John Stuart, Jim Belton, John Eberhard, Bob Earley, Jack Scott, Keith Morrow, Bruce McGauley, Jan Delaney, Don Stevens, Rick Coates, Warren Granger, David Brady, Randy Harden, Elizabeth Harris, Marilyn Neufeld, Don Bork, Heather Broadhead, David Elliott, Harry Joosten).
The Nomination Form can be found on our website Home Page under “Home Page Download Files”.  Please download and forward the Nomination Form by email to Past President Howard Shears,  with your choice for this prestigious award and the reasons for that choice. Howard will present his recommendation to the Board at its 16 October meeting.
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
Last Chance Tree Planters,--Tree planting season has begun! We are BACK this fall to plant trees in parks across London - with a few new safety precautions. You are invited to join us in October to make our city healthier and more beautiful. Many of us have spent a lot of time using public outdoor spaces this year, so let's do our part to keep them green and leafy for generations to come!
**New this Year**
Usually ReForest London tree planting events are open to the public, but to keep all planters safe, we are placing a limit on the number of volunteers at each event. To do that, we require anyone who wants to plant trees to register in advance. To sign up, visit our Eventbrite pageThis will allow us to ensure that we abide by physical distancing recommendations set forth by our local Health Unit. We will also be requesting that planters wear a face mask, and, when possible, bring their own gloves and shovel. Don't have your own equipment? Not to worry - we'll have extra shovels for you to use, which our staff and volunteers will be cleaning between use.No planting experience is necessary, as our staff and Tree Specialist volunteers will provide training on-site. All ages are welcome, so register yourself, your family and friends and get ready for a fun time! For more information about tree planting with ReForest London, click here.
 Saturday Oct 17
 10 am-1 pm
 Talbot Wetland 
 Sunday Oct 18
 1-4 pm
 Thompson Ravine

If you have any questions, please let me know. We hope to see you there! Thank you, 

Kelsey Nicholls, MES
Community Engagement Coordinator
ReForest London
519-936-9548 ext. 222
Next Club Board Meeting
The next meeting of the Rotary Club of London Board will be a Zoom meeting on Friday  Oct 16, 2020 at 7:30 AM
- all members are welcome to attend Board meetings
- to view the Club's Board Meeting Minutes go to our website, Member Login, My ClubRunner, click on View Club Documents.
ZOOM link and codes are 
Meeting ID: 849 5263 3790   Passcode: 351495
Need help accessing and utilizing Clubrunner, see comments and links provided below from the service provider.
For regular members and club execs alike, to begin by reviewing our short 'cheat sheet' of CR basics found here:

Special Recognition

International Youth Exchange Student:....Maria Jose (Majo) Camacaro, Merida, Venezuela

Rotary Global Grant Scholar......................Roberta Piazza, Pisa, Italy

Hon. Ray Lawson Rotarian of the Year:.....Harry Joosten

Jack Burghardt Community Service Above Self Award:.....Harry Joosten

Make a donation to End Polio Now, and your contribution will be tripled
thanks to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.