Rotary Monthly Themes

By carrying out service projects and supporting peace fellowships and scholarships, our members take action to address the underlying causes of conflict, including poverty, discrimination, ethnic tension, lack of access to education, and unequal distribution of resources. 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President-Elect
Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Rotary Foundation
Membership
Service Projects
Club Administration
Youth Exchange Counsellor
Youth Exchange Officer
Director
Speakers
Shelterbox Canada
Mar 05, 2024 12:00 PM
Crisis around the world
Megan Papadakos - Autism Ontario - West Region
Mar 19, 2024 7:00 PM
Best Life, Better World, Making Autism Matter
Melanoma
Apr 02, 2024 12:00 PM
Annual General Meeting
Apr 16, 2024 7:00 PM
Club Social
Apr 30, 2024 7:00 PM
Meeting Information
Goderich

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Harbour Hill Retirement Suites
104 Suncoast Drive E
Goderich, ON N7A 0A7
Canada
Meetings are the First and Third Tuesday of the month. The 1st Tuesday is 12:00 for lunch and 12:30 meeting portion. The 3rd Tuesday is at 7:00 pm in the evening. Meetings are hybrid, contact club admin to attend by zoom or attend for lunch.
Photo Albums
 
CLUB RECOGNITION
 
 
 
 
 
 
RSS - Rotary International
Customize your Rotary convention with tours

The Host Organization Committee has organized tours that Rotary members can experience before and after the Rotary International Convention.

Polio mapping goes high tech

Geotracking improves polio outbreak response targeting, ensuring fewer children are left behind

Engineer follows the science of water

Rotary scholar Isis Mejias dedicates her education and expertise to providing an essential human need — water.

WELCOME TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF GODERICH
 
 
Rotarians are People Of Action, driven by a desire to create opportunities, strengthen communities, and find solutions to the tough challenges that affect people around the world.  Your time, energy, and a passion to improve your world are all you need to get involved with Rotary
 
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Minor Soccer Shelter and Shed Project
 
Goderich Rotary is excited to partner with Goderich Minor Soccer in their goal to add an activity shelter and storage shed to the Maitland Sports Field. The new features will support not only the very popular soccer league but also facilitate usage for outdoor fitness classes, youth summer camp programming, special events, the community at large and more.
Your generous donation will make a difference that helps us together reach that goal.
Thank you!
 
 
HEADLINES
Fantastic evening for Team Rotarians and Friends 
L-R Michael Strickland, Marty Kleuskens, Kristin Crane, Lynn Ferguson, Lynn Ferguson, Bruce Thomasson, Carolyn Brown, Werner Ritgen, and Stephen Tamming.  $4620 raised so far for a great cause.
 
Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser is taking place on February 24, 2024 across the area.  Goderich Rotarians have entered a team at the Goderich location.
We are hoping the community will support our efforts to support people and families experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness in our community.
Join us to help others at this link. Here
 
 
 
(L-R) Rosemary Davis (President), Roger Lewington (Past Chair Huron Tract Land Trust Conservancy) Max Morden ( Chair Huron Tract Land Trust Conservancy), Dave Gillians (member of the Bayfield River Valley Trail Association
We started off our new year with a presentation to introduce an exciting new project at the Bayfield River Flats.
The Bayfield River Valley Trail Association led a fundraising campaign, in 2017, to purchase the Bayfield River Flats site. Community support was overwhelming, with donations of more than $70,000 to buy the property. The trail association manages the property and donated it to the land trust so the property will be preserved permanently.
A follow up project is now being undertaken to add a new pedestrian walkway to make it safer and easier for people to connect with nature at the Bayfield River Flats without having to drive or without having to walk across the highway. the overall cost of the project is $52000. A fundraising campaign was launched in December. Rotary is pleased to be supporting this great project with a $5000 donation.

 
Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Grand Bend who hosted a celebration dinner Wednesday November 29th recognizing the significant milestone of 100 containers shipped to African countries, under their major Global Literacy project. Goderich Rotarians were pleased to contribute to several of the containers.
Bruce Thomasson and Michael Strickland joined in the celebration on behalf of the Goderich club.
DIVERSITY. EQUITY, AND INCLUSION