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Goderich Rotarians are at the Goderich BIA Farmers Market on Saturdays with our 3rd puzzle in our Scenic Goderich Series.  Rotarian Alice Sikma is displaying the puzzle. Rotarian Carolyn Brown was at the market September 18.  Alice will be at the market for thanksgiving Oct 9. 
Planting of the Jasper Memorial Gazebo, a gazebo commissioned by Rotarian Tom Jasper in memory of his late wife Mary Ellen, has begun at the Rotary Cove. Shown is Rotarian Lynn Ferguson working on the plantings. Project lead is Colleen McGregor.
Picture complements of Greg Presseault
We enjoyed our first in-person meeting in a long time where we formally welcomed our new members from the past year. (L-R) Neil Rittenhouse, Leah Noel, Doug Ellacott, Julie Moore, and Becky Deighton. absent Olivia Schefter and Christie Marquez
Pictures - complements Greg Pressseault
Speakers at our first in-person meeting of the new year were our current remaining charter member Mac Campbell and a former charter member Jerry MacPhee who is currently a Kiwanis member of the Sarnia Club.   We were pleased to be inducting 5 of our 7 new members from the previous year.  Mac and Jerry shared with the club the history of the formation of the club in 1962 along with many memories of the accomplishments of the club over the early years in serving our community.  So great to be spending time together.
Foundation Chair Mike Henry (R) presenting Ian Harper with a Paul Harris Fellow.  

The Paul Harris Fellow program recognizes individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

The honor was established in 1957 to show appreciation for contributions that support our Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant.

The first meeting of the new year was a fantastic success with 30 of our members attending the change over meeting to celebrate the year that was and to introduce the new year and look forward to the opportunities for the coming year.
To make the night special, as we were still hesitant to have in person meetings, the Public Relations committee put together fun bags that were hand delivered to each member prior to the zoom meeting. President Michael provided a powerpoint of our year's happenings and Pres-Elect Aurelio welcomed in the new year as we looked forward to a great 2021-22.
Fun bags contents.
At our change over event on July 6 the club was pleased to recognize two of our members for their dedication and work to the club. 
Bruce Thomasson named Rotarian of the Year 2020-21
Betty Southgate named Rotarian of the year 2019-2021
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Jigsaw Puzzle Fundraiser
Announcing the launch of our third puzzle in the four puzzle series.  
The busy Goderich Harbour at sunset.  Proceeds of the project will go to the Huron Womens Shelter,  Second Stage Housing and Counselling Services.
 Sales are contactless through the email, through contact with  individual Rotarians, messages on FaceBook  at Bluewater Cleaners  and Fiinchers or Chris Walker at Huron Residential Hospice.
We thank our community for the strong support of the first two puzzles and look forward to another successful campaign. 
Goderich Rotary Charity Golf Tournament
WOW! Thank you to everyone who has registered to participate in our 2021 golf tournament.
We are now SOLD OUT!
Golfers, be sure to contact Sunset Golf Club before September 10th  to pay our registration fee and take advantage of the Early bird Discount.
Tennis/Pickleball Courts Project
A project many years in the making, the refurbishment of the tennis courts at Victoria Park was first introduced in a re-development master plan back in 2005.  The Rotary,Kinsmen, and Lions Clubs have now stepped up in partnership to lead this long overdue renewal.  The original project has been expanded to include new Pickleball Courts at Columbus Park. Your generous support is also needed.  Be part of these great additions to our community by donating now.
Major Donors
Company Limited
Columbus Park Courts Water
Corporate/Business Sponsors
Rotary Monthly Themes
Basic Education and Literacy Month
Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy. We support education for all children and literacy for children and adults.
Meeting Information

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Harbour Hill Retirement Suites
104 Suncoast Drive E
Goderich, ON N7A 0A7
Meetings are less frequent and a combination of online and open air due to COVID-19 pandemic protocols. Join us by checking the Speakers section and contacting the club secretary for a meeting link.
Paul Harris Presentations
Oct 05, 2021 12:00 PM
PDG David Elliott Presenter
Upcoming Events
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Peace Corps volunteers and Rotary members find meaningful connections

The relationship between Rotary International and the Peace Corps, made official with a 2014 partnership agreement, has its foundation in the organizations’ shared values.

3D printers to the rescue

Rotary members join 3D print enthusiasts to make personal protective equipment in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rotary Foundation receives highest rating from Charity Navigator for 13th consecutive year

Rotary Foundation receives highest rating from Charity Navigator for 13th consecutive