Our Club’s Centennial Year is fast approaching:
April 21, 2020, to April 20, 2021.
Be part of the festivities and special services projects we are planning! List of events to follow soon.
Our Centennial Service Projects:
1. Camp Kawartha Health Care donation of $100,000
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2. YES – Youth Emergency Centre new build donation of $100,000
3. Rotary Trail – 2 new shade shelters – $50,000
New Members, October 28, 2019
Our Club is honoured to accept two more members of our community as members of the Rotary Club of Peterborough. Mark Orlecki is an account rep at Darling Insurance and Heather Negrych is a third generation Rotarian and was a member of Rotary in Eliot Lake where she served as president, and developed a passion for youth exchange. Pictured left to right are sponsor Atul Swarup, Mark Orlecki, Heather Negrych, sponsor Wayne Harding, and President Kevin Duguay.
Homeward Bound and Lifetime Achievement
Our meeting of July 08, was the occasion of a presentation to Homeward Bound and the honouring of members of our Club for their efforts and commitment to the Rotary ideals. In the top picture Homeward Bound received a cheque for $13,000. from our Club towards its service of helping inadequately-housed or homeless mother-led families earn college diplomas, start careers and achieve economic self-sufficiency.
July Dinner and Theatre Social Evening
Our annual Dinner and Theatre Social Evening was held at Globus Theatre at the Lakeview Arts Barn in Bobcaygeon on July 23. The event was attended by 53 Rotarians and guests from 4 area clubs, an all-time-high. After an excellent dinner, we saw the comedy play “The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby” by Norm Foster. This is the 5th year in a row that Frances and Bruce Gravel of our Club have organized this summer social event, and attendance has grown each year.
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