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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Program for Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Speaker: Garnet Fenn on Financial Literacy

For Today's Event:

Registrars: Gerry Pocock
Front Door Greeter: Emma Bufton
Back Door Greeter: Cindy Wicekns
Invocation: Sushil Jain
Four-Way Test: Jeewen Gill

Upcoming Meetings:

  • Monday, June 10 – Youth Exchange (Farewell to Gaspard and Takako)
  • Monday, June 17 – Club Awards
  • Monday, June 24 – President Jules End-of-Term Speech
  • Monday, July 1 – Canada Day, no meeting
  • Monday, July 8 – Welcome President Gord

Program from Monday, May 27th, 2019

Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) welcomed students and their teachers, counsellors and families for the 19th annual Dr. Clare R. MacLeod Student Volunteer Awards.  Each year, our Club invites all of the high schools in the County to select a student who exemplifies "Service Above Self" through volunteering in their schools and communities.

Master of Ceremonies Allison Prieur, chair of the New Generations Committee, spoke about Dr. Clare R. MacLeod, a long-time member of our Club and a renowned educator in the community and in the Province. She then introduced Nour Hachem-Fawaz, President and founder of the Build A Dream organization, who gave an inspirational talk directed to the young community leaders in the room, encouraging them to continue to take action and follow their dreams. She explained her mother was an inspiration to her, being a strong woman who, after being a stay-at-home mother until her children were grown, developed her own business in a male-dominated sector. Nour started Build a Dream to encourage and empower female students to pursue careers in skilled trades, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), emergency response, entrepreneurship, politics and leadership. 

Dr. Zak Shaw presented the recipients of the Dr. Clare MacLeod Secondary School Volunteer awards, recognizing the future great leaders of our community. Congratulations to each and every award recipient, and thank you for your continuous hard work in our community!

Click here for more photos from this event.

Upcoming Events

June 1-2, 2019
Saturday: 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Willistead Park
Sunday, May 26, 2019 
The Safety Village
7911 Forest Glade Dr, Windsor, ON N8T 3R7
Meet the Governor
June 25, 2019
Social Hour 5:30pm,  Dinner 7:00pm
Camoes Club, 390 Sinasac West, Harrow N0R 1G0
Cost: $40 CAD
Please contact Brenda if you’re planning to attend
519 253-6382 or
September 21-22, 2019
10:00am - 5:00pm
Central Park Athletics
3400 Grand Marais Rd E, Windsor, ON N8W 1W7
Members celebrating their birthdays this week:
  • Bhav Dulay
  • Peter Hrastovec
Members celebrating their Club Anniversaries this week:
  • Walter Willms (40 Years)
  • Sushi Jain (8 Years)
Application deadline is June 14th - Don't miss this incredible opportunity! Our Youth Exchange program is open to high school students between the ages of 15.5 to 18. If you want to explore the world, experience new cultures, meet tons of new people and make life-long friends (or if you know someone who would!) learn more about the program and apply to be a Rotary Exchange Student today! Visit or call the office at 519-253-6382
The Salvation Army needs your help with their Soup Kitchen on Wednesday nights. For more information, please contact Susan Falodun at or call her at 226 347-1565. 

Be a part of the Club's significant fundraiser. To volunteer please contact Coordinator Walter Willms at 519-966-7150 or He, or a designate, will be in attendance at every bingo.
2019 8:15 to 2:30
10:00 to 4:15
Saturday, July 6 Filled Filled Filled Filled
Saturday, July 13
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Wednesday, August 21 Filled Filled Filled         
Monday, September 16 Filled      
Wednesday, October 23 Filled Filled    
Many thanks to Anil Chitte, Gord Faas, Jeewen Gill, Mike Serafimovski and Michael and Walter Willms for working the bingo on May 30th. They will have raised $1,000 or more!

Battery Box Program

The Battery Recycle Box Program is active. Please drop your used batteries, light bulbs, ink cartridges and other recycle items in the battery box at the back of the room.

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Upcoming Committee Meetings

To have your meeting posted, contact the Rotary Office at 519-253-6382 or