Helping to make a difference in our community, country and around the world since 1923.
Welcome to our website. Our membership represents a cross-section of the community - young and not so young, male and female; and includes a great range of vocations. Rotary is the world's oldest service club organization.
Our club has adopted a primary focus towards helping children and youth overcome adversity. Largely through the fundraising efforts of Rotary4Kids, Rotary-at-home TV Bingo, Nevada Tickets and Rotary Rose Day, in excess of $175,000 is generated each year to meet this primary focus, as well as our direct/indirect involvement and support of Rotary projects and initiatives with other clubs, our district, and Rotary International at home and around the world. View my goals for the year.
We are part of the North Bay 'Family of Rotary', along with the Rotary Club of North Bay-Nipissing and the Rotaract Club of North Bay-Nipissing (young professionals between the ages of 18-30).
Please consider coming out to one of our Monday noon meetings at Cecil's - The Grande Event Centre to meet us.
President Natalie MacDougall, 2016-2017
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(left to right) Hayden Wice, Ellen Perry, Julianna Head, Amber St. Jean, Victoria Zhou, Adam Strang

The Rotary Club of North Bay was pleased to presented this year's awards to Adam Strang from West Ferris Secondary School, Victoria Zhou from Chippewa, Amber St-Jean from Ecole Secondaire Algonquin, Julianna Head from St. Joseph’s Scollard Hall, Ellen Perry from Ecole Secondaire Odysée, and Hayden Wice from Widdifield Secondary School.

“These students have exemplified what it means to be a leader in our community,” stated Rotary Club of North Bay president Natalie MacDougall. “Each student gives back to our community in a different way, but it is through these contributions we will see out community grow.” "Is it important to acknowledge their work and support them with their future endeavours", MacDougall added.
By Azka Asif, RI Programs Staff
Millions of people all over the world are currently displaced by armed conflict or persecution. In fact, 90% of casualties in armed conflicts are civilians, half of which are children. Through service projects and Rotary programs, the Rotary family is committed to pursuing projects that address the structural causes of conflict, including poverty, inequality, ethnic tension, lack of access to education, and unequal distribution of resources.
The Camp Tillicum Board launched the renewal project at the North Bay YMCA today, highlighting the plans for a new facility, sponsorship opportunities and our strong partnership with the local Y.
On hand to assist Board President Spencer Merritt with unveiling the conceptual drawing for the new facility was George Flumerfelt, President and CEO of the Redpath Mining Group, whose company has made an very generous gift to launch the fundraising effort.
We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM, The Grande Event Centre -
Cecil's Brewhouse & Kitchen 
(corner of Main & Wyld) 
North Bay
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Richard Procunier
Feb 27, 2017
Classification Talk
Mary White
Mar 06, 2017
International Women's Day - Tampon Tuesday
Mary White
Mar 06, 2017
International Women's Day - Tampon Tuesday
Rotary Weekend
April 7-9, 2017
North Bay
District Foundation Dinner
April 8, 2017
North Bay

Rotary's not-for-profit camp for boys and girls.

Wednesdays - 7-8 pm
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Youth Exchange - Hannah's Blog
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Rotary's Project Partnership

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