VIRTUAL ROTARY MEETINGS 
weekly on Monday's Except For Holidays
Chuck Parsons, 
Club President by calling

519 999 6098 
for details as meetings are subject to change
Time: 6:00 P.M.
 
or visit our  
Rotary Club of Leamington
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The Rotary Club of Leamington

P.O. Box 62
Leamington, ON
N8H 3W1

 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
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Rotary Foundation
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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Leamington
Four Easy Ways to Participate:
1.  Participate in the telethon on Facebook Live at facebook.com/rotary
2.  Spread the word, invite others, post on social media with #RotaryResponds and @Rotary
3.  Donate now as an individual or as a club at on.rotary.org./drf 
4.  Encourage your Rotary District to donate District Designated Funds (DDF) at Donate DDF
 
Kingsville Fire Department would like to recognize and thank Renee Daudlin-Iacobelli & Hannah Iacobelli, from The Rotary Club of Leamington for their generous donation of face shields.  The act of kindness will help ensure safety for our personnel and everyone that requires our help during this time.  
A big THANK YOU to Bill at Canadian Tire (Leamington), The Rotary Club of Leamington was able to give some Timmy’s gift cards & show support to staff working at the Sun Parlour Home & Leamington Nursing Home (Franklin Gardens) on April 18, 2020. 
On Friday, November 8, the Rotary Club of Leamington hosted a KNOCK DOWN POLIO event at Empire Lanes in Ruthven! Rotarians and friendly bowlers contributed to the fundraising event, supporting the Polio Eradication mission! 
$300 was raised in this fun event! Keep your eyes pealed for KNOCK DOWN POLIO in 2020!
GIVE A BIG WELCOME TO OUR 2019-2020 ROTARY EXCHANGE STUDENTS!
Top Lt.: Ton-Thailand-Leamington; Jan-Germany-Windsor 1918; Severin-Switzerland-Windsor Roseland; Sara-Brazil-Windsor 1918; Enzo-Reunion Island-Amherstburg; Jaakko-Finland-Plymouth Noon (absent from photo-Mafer-Peru-Northville Plymouth Club who arrived Sept.18th)

Mark your calendar and join us on Aug. 16th or 17th.
Help us to help support the
work of the Southwestern Ontario Gleaners.
Your 2 hours will make the world of difference.
 
 
Rotarians Chuck and Wendy Parsons - were lucky to meet outbound student Daniel Wascher on July 21st, who 30 years ago went from Leamington to France.
A great ambassador to Rotary Youth Exchange with nothing but positive words to say about the program.​​​​​​​
 
Rotary Club of Leamington is pleased to welcome Fernanda from Santo Antonio de Jesus-Bahía-Brazil, who will be here for 2017-18 attending Leamington District Secondary School.
 
 
 

Celebrating Canada's 150th Birthday

Photo: 

Rotary Club of Leamington President Renee Daudlin-Iacobelli with Past Assistant Governor Julie Ricci & members of the Cardinal Carder Cougar Robotics Team in the Leamington Canada Day 150th Parade.

 
 
 

The Rotary Club of Leamington is pleased to continue their support for the Special Equestrians Therapeutic Riding Association.

Photo: Wendy Parson’s presents a cheque to Liz Windsor of SpEqTRA.

 
 
 

Laura Varela, tells Leamington Rotary club members about her amazing adventures during her year in the Philippines as an exchange student.

 

The Rotary Club of Leamington is pleased to have been one of the sponsors for The Cougar Robotics Team from Cardinal Carter High School. This marks the second year of Rotary’s participation in this worthwhile program supporting the youth in the community.

 

 

Looks like Rotary Club of Leamington’s exchange student, Camille Carricheiro had a memorable Birthday Day to add to her list of Canadian adventures.

On Sunday, April 30 the Leamington Rotary Club partnered with the Windsor-St. Clair Rotary Club to provide bicycle lights to migrant workers in Leamington and South Essex. An information and safety fair was held at St. Michael’s Church and the Rotary Clubs were very proud to be able to provide and install the lights on bicycles.

Photo: Leamington Rotary Club president Martin Varella installs lights on one of the bicycles for a migrant worker.

 

 

2017 marked the 19th Annual Juried Student Art Show. It included a combined 246 entries, surpassing the event’s record of 220 set last year. The total number of participating high school artists dipped slightly from 163 to 159 from 2016 to 2017, although the number of creators was still well up from the 2015 mark of 105. 

 

 
Keep up to date on Leamington Rotary events, news, fundraisers and more.
 
 
 
 
 
We had the pleasure of Logan Quiring's presence at our Leamington Rotary Club on the day of his birthday at our Governor's visit with Liz Smith which we celebrated at the Leamington Marina. It was a beautiful sunny day, September 22nd, with wonderful BBq'd steaks and of course cake!  Good times was had by all!!  A hug of thanks to Patty Meuser-Kristy for the wonderful pictures taken that evening-thank you, Patty!!!
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