WELCOME TO
THE ROTARY CLUB OF NORTH BAY

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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ROTARY NEWS & STORIES
 
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We are thrilled to announce that Global Grant 1531565 benefiting the Guatemala Literacy Project has been approved by The Rotary Foundation for the amount of$464,292! This would not have been possible without your generosity and that of the other 106 clubs and 24 districts that contributed to the grant, sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Valle de Guatemala (D-4250) and Glenview Sunrise, Illinois (D-6440).
 
 
Riley Beam provided an excellent presentation about this year's event and her personal experiences. She learned many new things about Canada and about herself and will have so many memories that she will keep with her for the rest of her life. Riley thanked the club for sponsoring her and giving her the opportunity to participate in the program. She expressed her hope that the club will continue to support this fabulous program so that other students in North Bay can benefit from the learning experience as she did.
 
This annual event provides a unique opportunity for a selected group of young Canadians to come together to gain a better understanding of our country. Through meetings with political leaders, senior officials and others, they learn a great deal about the workings of our democratic institutions. Through meeting one another and having discussions among themselves, they learn to appreciate the diversity of Canada and the privileges and responsibilities of Canadian citizenship. This year brought 120 students together in Ottawa - all hosted by the Rotary Club of Ottawa
 
 
 
2015-2016 Club President Brett Tucker (left) with One Kids Place (OKP) Treatment Centre's  Jason Corbett, Manager of Development/Community Relations and Tanya Duhaime, Program Coordinator.
 
The Rotary club was approached by a local family who had received this specialized piece of equipment some years ago who wanted to donate it back to the club so as to make it available to another child in need of this type of mobility device. The club graciously accepted their offer and through its long-time partnership with OKP, have turned  it over to Treatment Centre for their equipment program.
 
 
 

JOHN F. GERM

PRESIDENT 2016-17
ROTARY CLUB OF CHATTANOOGA
TENNESSEE, USA

John F. Germ is board chair and chief executive officer of Campbell and Associates Inc., consulting engineers. He joined the firm as an engineer in 1965 after four years in the U.S. Air Force. He serves on the boards of several organizations, including the board and executive committee of the Public Education

 
 
 
MEETING INFO
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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for changes in venue or time.
 
COMING PROGRAMS
Aug 01, 2016
NO NOON MEETING
Civic Holiday
Aug 08, 2016
Katina Matheson
Rotary Scholarship Experience
Aug 15, 2016
Michelle Lashbrook
Classification Talk
 
DISTRICT 7010 EVENTS
 
District Conference 2016
 
 
 
Club Golf Shirt / Ball Cap
Order your club shirt and/or ball cap by August 15th
 
 

RETURNS ON SEPTEMBER 7TH
Wednesdays - 7:30 pm
exclusively on
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Camp Tillicum

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

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Rotary's Project Partnership

If you are interested in making a donation?
 Contact: Shelterbox Canada Ambassador - Jeff Celentano
jeffcelentano@cogeco.ca