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In the age of Covid 19, past Foundation Chair  Mike Henry congratulates Paul Harris Fellow recipient Lynn Ferguson  with an elbow bump in recognition of his achieving a Paul Harris + 4 for his donations to the Rotary Foundation. Paul Harris Fellows are given in recognition of gifts to the Rotary Foundation to support their work around.
Allison Kingston of ShelterBox Canada  was featured at the Nov 17th zoom meeting sharing with the club the ongoing work of ShelterBox throughout the world.  Shown here receiving an donation from the club in support of the work they do.
Club President Michael Strickland presented a donation to the Goderich Christmas Bureau on behalf the club.  With covid 19 it is a different kind of Christmas, we are pleased to put smiles on the faces of children in our community.  
Lt Derek Kerr of the Salvation Army with President Michael Strickland
Pat Clifford of St Vincent de Paul with President Michael Strickland
President Michael was out delivering the first installment of funds from our Jigsaw Puzzle Fundraiser to our local food banks in time for preparations of the Christmas food hampers. Working together our community  supports families and seniors who are struggling with food insecurity. 
2020 Festival of Lights celebrations this year include a Self Guided Lighting Tour and Map. A team of Rotarians assembled our display "Light up Rotary" , NO. 34, on Ken McGee's lawn  at 232 Britannia Rd W.  on Friday Nov 21st. The display will be lit each evening from 7-9 pm until Dec 26th.
Pictured is a dedication of a new bench on the square to honour the founding of the Rotary Club of Goderich in 1962.
In the picture is (R-L)2020-21 Rotary President Michael Strickland, Past President Malcolm Campbell, a charter member, and Past President Ken McGee, coordinator of this event.
Sitting is Muriel Murphy. Her late husband Daniel J. Murphy was a Rotary Club charter member, and with the Town’s cooperation, we were able to secure the bench position beside his law office.
We had the pleasure of  having our District Foundation Chair, Martin Ward share with the club the work of The Rotary Foundation, in particular the upcoming World Polio Day held on October 24th. A day when we shine the spotlight on our top goal of eradicating polio, when global health experts and partners share our progress. 
DFC Martin had the pleasure of recognizing two Rotarians who support The Rotary Foundation with generous gifts that are essential to securing and growing Rotary programs through out the world 
Mike and Janet Henry's gift to the Bequest Society of the Foundation have enabled them to establish an Endowed Fund for Water & Sanitation as Level two contributors.
Aurelio Henriques commitment to the Foundation establishes him as a  Major Donor Level two.
The Rotary Foundation is truly grateful for the support of individual Rotarians.
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Jigsaw Puzzle Fundraiser
Puzzled about what to buy for Christmas, or how to spend your free time this winter?
The Rotary Club launched on November 4th our JIGSAW PUZZLE FUNDRAISER to help support our local food banks this holiday season. This lovely photograph of the Goderich Lighthouse was taken and generously donated by local photographer Kristian Moller.
With social distancing the norm, we are offering contactless delivery in the Goderich community. Place your order by emailing  (name, address, phone#, and #of puzzles).  We will contact you regarding payment options and to schedule a porch delivery.  Puzzles can also be purchased at Bluewater Cleaners, from any Rotarian, or by messaging us on FB.
Don’t miss out. This is a limited edition, act now before we are sold out.
Help us to support our community!
Pictured is Rotarian Ken McGee with Mrs. Nicola Noble of Port Albert.
Ken is handing over the 100th puzzle that he has sold, to Mrs. Noble
Victoria Park Courts Multipurpose Redevelopment
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.  Your generous support is also needed.  Be part of this great addition to our community by donating now.
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We believe good health care is everyone’s right. Yet 400 million people in the world can’t afford or don’t have access to basic health care.

Our members combat diseases like malaria, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and polio. Prevention is important, which is why we also focus on health education and bringing people routine hearing, vision, and dental care.

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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.
Zoom Mtg - @ 6:30 pm social time - 7:00 pm mtg
Dec 15, 2020 7:00 PM
GDCI Trip to South Africa
Zoom Mtg - @ 7:00 pm social
Dec 22, 2020 7:00 PM
Rotarians Show & Tell Social
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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.
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