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Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
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104 Suncoast Drive E
Goderich, ON N7A 0A7
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Rotary makes amazing things happen, like:

Mobile prenatal clinics

Haiti has the highest maternal and infant mortality rate of any country in the western hemisphere. Rotary provided a fully equipped medical Jeep to volunteers and midwives to reach mothers and children in remote areas.

Cancer screening

Rotarians provided a mobile cancer screening unit and awareness training around Chennai, India, where there is a high mortality rate of women with breast and cervical cancer due to late diagnosis.

Preventing injuries and deaths

Rotary members launched a $3 million, five-year pilot to save lives of mothers and children during home deliveries in Nigeria. Since 2005, they’ve also repaired 1,500 obstetric fistulas — 500 more than their initial goal — restoring dignity and hope to vulnerable mothers.



In consultation your Board of Directors have made the decision to suspend our regular Rotary Club Meetings. 

As you all know, the World is grappling with the COVID 19 pandemic and trying to mitigate the spread as much as possible. We did not make this decision lightly but the health and safety of our members and their families is our top priority.

We will also be reviewing our community-based programs and making decisions as required whether to proceed or suspend them. We will continue to communicate with our Members and the community through email, social media and our website.

While we are saddened that we will not be gathering as a Club, we are confident that we are making the right decision for all concerned. 

Please stay safe and healthy, and remember WASH YOUR HANDS!!

The Rotary Club of Goderich was established March 1, 1962. Daniel Murphy, a charter member  was recently presented with a Rotary Lifetime Achievement Award.  The award recognizes and honours the "outstanding vision, dedication, and commitment to Service Above Self"  over an extended period of time by a Rotarian in the club.  Daniel has given tirelessly of himself for the past 58 years. 
Cheque presentation to John Clarke, Goderich United Way Manager Community Development for the Goderich Homelessness Initiative.  The Rotary People of Action team at the Coldest Night of the year event February 22 raised $1700 and the club added an additional $1500 in support of the Homelessness Initiative. Some of the Rotarians who participated were Colleen McGregor, Alice Sikma and Michael Strickland.
Our long term youth exchange student Helena Karczmarska was our guest speaker this week.  Helena introduced us to her home country, Poland, her family and friends as well as her experiences here in Canada since her arrival last September.  She can't believe how fast her time here is going.  Shown here Helena is exchanging Rotary club banners of her home club with Youth Exchange officers Kristin Crane and Alice Sikma  from our club.
Christopher Walker, manager of Fundraising at Huron Hospice is shown receiving our Silver Sponsorship cheque for the upcoming Handbags for Huron Hospice event to be held May 21 at the Columbus Hall. With Christopher is Rotarian Parvesh Anand and club president Colleen McGregor.
Participating in the Coldest Night of the Year - Goderich event to support the  United Way's Goderich Homelessness Initiative, the Rotary Team - People of Action walkers were all suited up ready to walk on February 22nd.  The team raised $1700.  The club  adding an additional $1500.  Way to go team!!!!
Our newest member Lt Derek Kerr was formally inducted into Rotary at our recent meeting by Assistant Governor Rosemary Davis.
Present for the ceremony was Derek's wife Angela.  Members individually welcomed Derek into the family of Rotary.
(L-R) AG Rosemary Davis, Rosanne Field, Werner Ritgen, Doug Norsworthy
Rotarians Rosanne Field and Werner Ritgen were presented with Paul Harris Fellow +3 pins by AG Rosemary Davis. Individuals who have contributed a $1000 or more to the Annual Program Fund, the Polio Plus Fund or the Humanitarian Grants Program of the Rotary Foundation are recognized as Paul Harris Fellows. Multiple-time Fellows are recognized as they continue to contribute. Shown with the group is the club Foundation Chair Doug Norsworthy. 
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Joint Statement from Kiwanis International, Lions Clubs International, Optimist International, and Rotary International

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Rotary clubs help fight the COVID-19 pandemic

Members use ingenuity, flexibility to help people affected by coronavirus and to stay connected

Sarah Parcak and the secrets of the satellites

Inspired in part by Indiana Jones, space archaeologist Sarah Parcak uses futuristic airborne technology to unearth the treasures of the past.

Of 61 clubs in District 6330  we were recognized for per capital giving by members to the Rotary Foundation.
Our gifts to the Foundation are turned into projects that change lives throughout the world.