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Small World

In our world, it is miniscule

It has packed a worldly punch

It also can be very cruel

Will last years, just a hunch


COVID does not discriminate

Colour, religion, language does not matter

Its only purpose is to self-create

Let’s learn from this world in tatters


Elderly need more attention

Medical professionals are heroes, all day

Many others deserve a mention

Hope our governments do more than just, say “


Cheers for those on the front line

To politicians that lead with good governance

It helped us all, while in this bind

Lessons learned should not just be utterance


Soap, water, 20 seconds, make a lather

Stay home, it is a safety matter

Always 2 metres if we must gather

Wear a mask, because it matters


Since COVID has created more of a mess

Anything at all, is the request

To remember those, with even less

Be kind and friendly, it makes us our best

Since we can no longer roam


Rick Marsh 2020



New Normal

The days merge to one another

New routines come together

Is it already May or other?

Cannot tell by the weather


At home, more cooking and baking

Fixing things that have been breaking

No more lunches with friends

Many pictures with a zoom lens


Since we can no longer roam

Haircut for him at home

For her, a change in colour dye

Fancy or funny you decide


Visits from the driveway

Zoom meetings in our midst

Bridge those friendships for another day

Spend some time and reminisce


Soap, water, 20 seconds, make a lather

Stay home, it is a safety matter

Always 2 metres if we must gather

Wear a mask, because it matters


Store entering is now not a must

Things delivered are a big plus

Online ordering is a slam dunk

And groceries dropped in the trunk


Travel plans on hold

Maybe for a year we are told

Afternoon trips to see the countryside

Let’s see life on the sunny side


Rick Marsh 2020

Regular weekly meetings as well as Board meetings have been occurring on ZOOM during COVID-19. It allows the good work of Rotary to continue in the community as well as club fellowship among members. We have passed our meeting links to former inbound youth exchange students who have been joining our meetings and updating our members on their lives since their exchange.
Swiss Chalet and The Rotary Club of Sarnia provided the clients of The Inn of the Good Shepherd with a 1/4 Chicken dinner and dessert recently. The hot meal was enjoyed during these difficult times in our community.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia is so proud of our members. Carolyn Leaver Luciani (Manleys) and Alex Botma (Botma Homes) each made a donation of an entire skid of food to The INN of the Good Shepherd. A skid of carrots and a skid of oatmeal will go a long way feeding families in need. They are living the Rotary motto of "SERVICE ABOVE SELF".
The Rotary Clubs of Lambton County made donations to pay for a circle of new cabins at Camp Attawandaron. As well, members enjoyed fun and fellowship helping with the construction of the bunk beds inside the cabins.


Service Above Self

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Sarnia, ON N7S1P7

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