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In Celebration of The Rotary Foundation's "Doing Good in The World" for 100 years, The Rotary Club of Sarnia will be giving away HUNDREDS OF HAMBURGERS!!

FREE EVENT!  Saturday June 3  11 - 2pm

Dow Centre for Youth (Corner of Indian and Wellington)

Congratulations Rotary Youth Exchange student Rizky Wahyudi!!
Rizky won the Bronze Medal at the Canada Wide Science Festival in Regina, Saskatchewan this week. Competing among 500 students, he took not only the bronze medal but scholarships to UWO and U of Ottawa.
Rizky is sponsored by District 3420 in Indonesia, hosted in District 6330 by the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland and home hosted by David and Tanya of the Rotary Club of Sarnia.
We are all very proud of you!!
The Rotary Club of Sarnia Mackinac Pancake Breakfast will be held on Saturday, July 22, 2017
The Rotary Club of Sarnia final donation to Bluewater Health to fullfill $1,000,000 pledge of support.
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To contribute to the Rotary Club of Sarnia Charitable Foundation, click the link below.
There are many options for joining Rotary in Sarnia. We have three clubs with three different cultures. If you would like to be a member of the Rotary Club of Sarnia but cannot make our Monday noon meetings......our Satellite membership may be the option for you!
We meet the 2nd Monday of each month for a business meeting from 5:30 till 6:30pm at the Rotary Club of Sarnia office.  Every 4th Monday we meet for a service project to be determined by the group.
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The Rotary Club of Sarnia, the Rotary Club of Sarnia-Bluewaterland and the Rotary Club of Sarnia-Lambton After-Hours are proud to partner together to raise money for local projects.  One ticket will be drawn at the First Friday event at the Black Water Coffee Company at 8:00pm throughout 2017.  Each ticket is valid for ALL draws.  For the $100 per ticket, winners will have three choices between Trip A or Trip B, a $2000 travel voucher or $1500 cash.  A monthly consolation ticket draw will win $100.00.
Ticket sales for 2017 are now closed.  Thank you and good luck to all!
The winners to date are: 
Winner of our early bird draw held on December 2nd - Darlene Lassaline
January Trip Winner                         - David Noel
$100 Consolation Winner                - Karyl Clifton
February Trip Winner                       - Lorna Cooper
$100 Consolation Winner                - Mark Braun
March Trip Winner                            - Rose Atkins
$100 Consolation Winner                - Community Group (KV) Homes
Black Water Coffee Gift Certificate - Pam Eagleson
April Trip Winner                               - James Barry
$100 Consolation Winner and          
Black Water Coffee Gift Certificate - Erica Cote
May Trip Winner                                - Ian Grant
$100 Consolation Winner and          
Black Water Coffee Gift Certificate - Chris Das
June Trip Winner                                - Rod Post
$100 Consolation Winner and          
Black Water Coffee Gift Certificate - Sherry Harpell
For a list of destinations, click the link below:
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Sarnia, ON / 25 November 2016 – The 33rd annual Rotary auction, which was held on Sunday November 20 was a huge success.  Over $51,000 was raised for Rotary projects.  The funds will be used to support local and international objectives of the Rotary Club of Sarnia.
Our donors were very generous again this year.  All of the auction items are donated by local merchants or “friends of Rotary”.  Without these donors the auction would not be possible.  “We want to thank everyone who helped us to put on this auction in 2016, your help is greatly appreciated” said auction co-chair Jenny Greensmith (with Mike Hurry).
This auction is the largest single event run by the Rotary Club of Sarnia.  Over 500 items were sold including many unique items and experiences.
A big thank you as well to all of our volunteers both inside and outside of Rotary.  On the day of the event there were on-air auctioneers, runners, data entry help and of course the people who answer the phone such as off-duty Sarnia firefighters.  Much of the bidding is now online which means a lot of work goes into setting up the website, getting accurate descriptions and photos of the items.  Thanks to Bill Hoad and Jamie Pole for leading this effort.
The local media was a great help in spreading the word to potential bidders.  We talked to various news providers both on-air, online, and in print.  CogecoTV was again our host and did a great job getting us “Live” on Sunday.
The auction will be back for 2017.  Stay tuned but most of all “THANK YOU SARNIA LAMBTON”
Thank You for Supporting Rotary Club of Sarnia 
On-Line and TV Auction
Rotary Club of Sarnia and Rotary Club of Sarnia Charitable Foundation
Service Projects, Initiatives and Events
Local and International
Bluewater Health - $1,000,000 over 10 years
Pathways Health Centre for Children and Youth new addition - $600,000 over 10 years
Pathways Health Center for Children and Youth – Annual Operating Donation - $54,000
St. Joseph’s Hospice - $100,000 over 5 years
Good Shepherd Lodge - $100,000 over 4 years
Polio Plus - Rotary's #1 Global priority
Global Literacy Project
Sponsor a student for Adventures in Citizenship – Ottawa
Sponsor a student for Seminar for Tomorrow’s Leaders Workshop – London
Music Festival Award
YMCA Celebration of Youth Award
Youth Exchange Student
Gazebo – $15,000 over 5 years
Special Children donations such as – Community Living Christmas Party
Community Garden
Area #5 Int. Project – changes annually as each club becomes the lead club - $2,000 annually
Disaster Relief when needed
 International activities have included – medical lab in Haiti, community betterment in Belize, Rotaplast, Avoidable Blindness, Polio Immunizations etc.
YMCA Leadership Project in Paraguay
Fundraising and Fellowship Activities:
Mackinac Pancake Breakfast - July
Wacky Golf   - September
T.V. Auction - November
Rotary Roses – March
Christmas social
Other Fellowship/Fun  Activities
18 - 30? The Rotary Club of Sarnia is looking to start a community based Rotaract Club
Rotaract is a club for adults ages 18-30 that meets twice a month to exchange ideas, plan activities and projects, and socialize.
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