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Jun 07, 2022
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Jun 21, 2022
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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.
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We are pleased to support the Moments Matter…Even More campaign which will allow Huron Hospice to increase from a four to six bedroom facility at the hospice residence.  This will enable the facility to care of approximately 100 residents and families per year. Overall the capital campaign is raising funds to complete the phase 2 renovations. Club president Aurelio Henrique presents a cheque to Rotarian Christopher Walker, Manager Fund Development at Huron Hospice with our first instalment of $10,000.  to be followed up by another $10.000 at the beginning of the new Rotary year.
Goderich Rotary Charitable Foundation is a beneficiary of the Rand Logistics annual Marine Miracle Month program to benefit youth charities in the amount of $1754.  We were named by Ontario Trap Rock who carried cargo for Rand Logistics during the month of September 2021. Shown presenting the cheque is Frank Hurkmans of Ontario Trap rock, Key Accounts Manager.  Business Development -Tomlinson Group of Companies to Rotarian Bruce Thomasson.  Funds will be used in the rejuvenation of an aged basketball court and other youth facilities at Columbus Park. A huge thank you to Ontario Trap Rock 
We were please to have as our guest speaker. Dr Michael Dawson, of the Menesetung Bridge Association. Dr Dawson is the driving force behind the refurbishment of the bridge. He shared with us the history of the bridge from construction to present day. The bridge is in need of a major face lift estimated to cost upwards of $800k in the next 10 years.  Engineering assessments and permits have been completed grants are being explored and fundraising will be undertaken. The bridge is part of the G2G Rail system and cannot be lost to the community.
Through our partnership with Lake Huron Coastal Centre we are excited to announce completion of the app developed to help manage the Coast Watchers program. Rotary contributed $10,000 towards the project with several members interested in becoming coast Watchers next season Shown here is Rotarian Doug Ellacott making the presentation to Erinn Lawrie, Executive director of Lake Huron Coastal Centre. 

 Coast Watchers has been a major program designed to engage members of the community to take an active part in observing and improving the quality of our nearshore waters through individual actions since 2005 Community volunteers are trained to observe the coast, record qualitative and quantitative shoreline conditions, and take steps to initiate action , including beach clean-ups and habitat preservation. Coast Watchers volunteers were the eyes and ears of Lake Huron’s coast. With Coast Watcher volunteers collecting information methodically and consistently along the lakeshore, tracking conditions and trends long-term, and completing actions towards resiliency and sustainability in the short-term. With the development of the app volunteers will have enhanced capabilities to support their efforts.

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 greatly appreciated.  Be part of these great additions to our community by donating now.
Donor Recognition Board
Columbus Park Pavilion
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Columbus Park Courts Water
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