Meeting Responsibilities:
Setup - Bill Barnett & Jim  Belton
Registration - Bill Barnett & Sandy Ronson
50/50 Draw - Jan Delaney
Sgt-at-Arms - Heather Broadhead
"A Little Bit About Me"
June 1 - John Kozariz
June 15 - Vann Robson-Hayes
June 29 - Cristian Popscu
Jun 29, 2020
Club & District Change-over Meetings
Jul 06, 2020
Jul 13, 2020
Jul 20, 2020
Jul 27, 2020
Aug 03, 2020
Aug 10, 2020
Aug 17, 2020
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Rotary News Today


Please join us for OUR Monday “ZOOM” Meeting 
If you are you a regular attender - we are looking forward to seeing you.
If you haven’t been to a Rotary meeting in a while – here’s the perfect opportunity – just Zoom in – it is so easy and you can do it from home!

Here are the details:
Time:  The Zoom meeting will “open” at 11:30 am with “Breakout Rooms” for those that want to socialize before the meeting.

At 12:00 pm all will be moved into our general meeting.
At 1:00 pm we will move back into "Breakout Rooms for those who wish to stay on for the next half hour.
Please note:  You must register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Our Annual Presidential “Change-over” meeting

President Howard Shears will give a Review of our 2019-20 Rotary year.
President-Elect Dianne Prowse Twynstra will outline the journey ahead
The Annual District Governor “Change-over” meeting
District Governor Tony Sheard will give a Review of the 2019-20 Rotary year.
District Governor-elect David Elliott will outline the journey ahead
June is Rotary Fellowships Month
The Rotary Fellowships Program is a structured program of Rotary International that comprises more than 70 independent fellowships. They are independent, social groups that share a common passion.
Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world. Rotary Fellowships consist of members who share a common interest in recreational activities, sports, hobbies, or professions. These groups help expand skills, foster vocational development, and enhance the Rotary experience by exploring interests while developing connections around the world.
Visit  for additional resources on Rotary Fellowships. 
The 3rd Annual Rotary Club of London President’s Cup Golf Tournament,
 Wednesday, September 2nd at The Oaks Golf Club.
Register by July 31st at the Early Bird Fee of $150 per golfer or $600 per foursome. As of August 1st the fee will be $175. Register on
http::/ 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.
Many Sponsorship opportunities available such as: Tournament ($5,000), Dinner ($2,500), Wine ($2,000), Lunch ($1,000), Longest Drive (2) ($200e), Closest To The Pin (2) ($200e), Putting Contest ($200), Hole ($150). 
Got 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. 
Local Lager - Rotary Beer Fundraiser
Here’s where you can stock up on your Rotary beer for all those upcoming HAPPY events!!!”   

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
Local Lager is also available at the Marienbad Restaurant*

*as a FYI Marienbad is now open for takeout and delivery service Wednesdays through Sundays evenings. They take orders through their website or by calling 519.679.9940


50/50 Draw
$47.00 as of 9 March.  Only 50 cards left in the deck! 
Next Club Board Meeting
The next meeting of the Rotary Club of London Board will be a Zoom meeting on Friday 17 July 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.  
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.