The Club that Made Rotary International in 1910
June is Rotary Fellowships Month
June is designated Rotary Fellowships Month to recognize the importance of international fellowship and goodwill among Rotarians with similar recreational and vocational interests, promote increased participation in fellowships, and increase understanding of this program.
The final month of every Rotary year is Rotary Fellowship month and it is a fitting finale because "fellowship" is such an important part of Rotary. The word "fellowship" is right there at the top of the current core values of Rotary. It's the reason why we have Rotary "clubs", so we can do our good in the world along side fellow Rotarians and not just by ourselves.
For many Rotarians, the highlights of their Rotary experiences usually revolve around doing projects with others. It is probably the reason why so many Rotary Fellowships have developed where Rotarians from around the world can join together doing activities they enjoy. (See the article below) We often hear Rotarians say that they joined Rotary to "make a difference", but they stay in Rotary "because of the fellowship".
June is National Indigenous History Month
It is a time to celebrate and commemorate the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of Indigenous Peoples from coast to coast to coast.
In a statement, Governor General Mary Simon said,” As we reflect on the wisdom and knowledge that has been passed down through the generations, we must also acknowledge the pain and trauma of the past and present and we must share stories of resilience, success and joy."
She urged Canadians to listen to the voices of Indigenous peoples and to their lived experiences and to engage in meaningful conversations.
We acknowledge that we are meeting on Treaty One Territory, Traditional Land of First Nations, and the Homeland of the Red River Metis. We recognize that the clean water we are drinking is sourced from the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.   As Rotarians we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with indigenous communities in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.
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Our Upcoming Speakers
Event June20th
Jun 20, 2024
Going to a Goldeyes game
Rtn Pres R Reider In Person at 6 pm - PIZZA etc
Jun 26, 2024
"Review of Our Impact" at River Heights Corydon Community Centre 1370 Grosvenor Ave
Aaron McKay - In Person WWC 6pm
Jul 10, 2024
Anishinaabe Story Teller
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We reached the distribution of 1,000 survival garden kits.