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This month is Rotary Foundation Month which is probably the most important month to reflect on why we are in Rotary. 
The Rotary Foundation is the heart of Rotary; it’s where we continually see how we are making a difference in the world. Take the time to reflect on what’s happening within your local community through funding from District Grants or in overseas projects in third world countries funded by Clubs and the District through Global Grants. The outcome is we are assisting those less fortunate than us with a better life. The massive amount of effort which Rotary has put into the Polio Eradication Program is without a doubt inspiring at a world-wide level, but this doesn’t just happen. It happens because Rotarians in every club are making an effort to raise awareness and funds to ensure our Foundation is adequately funded so we may ensure the world is a better place and that we get on and rid the world of this debilitating disease.
Members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia are gearing up to mark World Polio Day by partnering with other Rotary clubs in the area.
On Sunday, October 20 there will a "Polio Walk in the Park" taking place from 10 a.m. to noon at Canatara Park.
But even before that—from October 17-24—Global Donuts and Deli—will be featuring a special donut with proceeds going to fight the battle against polio.

Hundreds of hungry watchers of the annual Port Huron to Mackinac race gathered on Saturday morning, July 20 in Point Edward’s Waterfront Park for a feast of pancakes and sausages in one of the area’s most popular fundraising events in support of the club’s community initiatives.

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 "Accessible Playground and Community Hub" at Canatara Park.
Help us reach our goal for the Accessible Playground & Community Hub at Canatara Park.
Support the Accessible Playground by donating to The Rotary Club of Sarnia Charitable Foundation.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia Charitable Foundation and will MATCH your donation up to a total of $5,000, and provide a tax receipt.

In May a group of Canadians started a Friendship exchange with Croatia after spending 11 days with local host families in the European country.  They were treated to the local food and culture and had a great experience.


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