Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) 7911 Forest Glade Drive, Windsor, Ontario N8T 3R7
Tel: 519-253-6382  Fax: 519-253-7723  
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Weekly Meetings

Select meetings are now hybrid. Please check below or on the website to see where your meeting will be held and access your Zoom link (if available).

If your meeting is being held on Zoom: Please download the Zoom app onto the device you will use for the meeting (desktop computer, laptop, tablet, mobile). It's also a good idea to test your video and audio settings before the meeting. Zoom can be downloaded from or from your mobile app store.

Upcoming Meetings:

May 27, 2024 12:00 PM
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Join us at Caboto Club in the Marconi room or tune in on Zoom

Please use the zoom link below to join our hybrid Monday meetings.  Visit the website home page for meeting times.
Jun 01, 2024 10:00 AM
Jun 02, 2024 10:00 AM
Jun 03, 2024
Thank you for your service at Art in the Park
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Happy Birthday to those celebrating this May (Find the dates on the Rotary homepage)
  • Renee Paree
  • Loretta Stoyka-Henderson
  • Dinesh Singh Malla
  • Zule Ankamah
  • Carl Cohen
  • Roman Maev
  • Ashok Rajan
  • Sue Byron
Members celebrating their Club Anniversaries this May:
  • Don Snyder (51 years)
  • Ron Arkell (31 years)
  • Milt Grant (31 years)
  • Janice Bellemore (27 years)
  • Jeewen Gill 19 years
  • Gord Faas (15 years)
  • Zak Shaw (10 years)
  • Leona MacIntyre (8 years)
  • Emma Bufton (8 years)
"Meet the Governor Night” will be held at the Coachwood Golf & Country Club, (formerly Fox Glen Golf Course) at 7525 Howard Ave. Amherstburg, ON N0R 1J0.

Social hour begins at 5:30 pm with dinner at 7:00 pm.
The price for the evening is $55.00 in Canadian currency or $45.00 in US currency.

Please RSVP to the office by Thursday, June 13th.

You're Invited to Celebrate
Sue Byron's Birthday!

Please RSVP to Sue via email

Save the Date for Sally Fest


Seeking Soap Donations

Our VTT team is seeking donations of bars of soap (especially small bars) to help with hygiene during births!
They have a big goal of 400 bars but we know this group can help them achieve it! 
If you have a donation of soap please contact Andrea Cassidy at


Westland Rotary will take CDN at par!

$20 to win a box for 18 at Tigers vs. White Sox 

Contact Allan for tickets



Help Recruit Peace &
Development Leaders

You can help promote peace in the world by encouraging peace and development leaders in your community to apply for the Rotary Peace Fellowship. Each year, Rotary awards up to 130 fully funded fellowships for peacebuilders from diverse backgrounds to study at one of our peace centers located at leading universities around the world.
This year, we’ll select 50 peace fellows to study in our master’s degree programs at six partner universities in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the United States and 80 fellows to earn postgraduate diplomas through our professional development certificate programs at Makerere University in Uganda and Bahçeşehir University in Turkey.
Rotary Peace Fellows use their training to amplify their work at the local, regional, or global level. Together, we can advance peace by encouraging our local peacebuilders to learn about Rotary and apply for this unique fellowship. But we need your help finding candidates.
Rotary and Rotaract members can get involved by:
Visiting the Rotary Peace Centers Facebook page for application graphics and posts to share
Forwarding the fellowship announcement to your contacts and including it in club and district communications Using our referral form so potential candidates can receive more information and apply
Candidates have until 15 May to submit applications to The Rotary Foundation.
Thanks to generous support from donors and the dedicated participation of Rotary members, the peace fellowship program has more than 1,700 alumni working to make positive change in more than 140 countries.
Many program alumni have founded their own organizations to address critical issues or serve as leaders in governments, nongovernmental organizations, educational and research institutions, media and the arts, and international organizations like the United Nations and the World Bank. To learn more about how you can recruit the next generation of peace fellows, contact your district Rotary Peace Fellowship subcommittee chair or write to

Encourage Candidates to Apply


Tanzania Intiative



Be sure to select Tanzania Initiative - Projects
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