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:

Jan 08, 2024 12:00 PM
Caboto Club
Location: Caboto Club 
Zoom: Please use the zoom link below to join our hybrid Monday meetings.  Visit the website home page for meeting times.
Jan 15, 2024 12:00 PM
Walkerville Brewery
Jan 22, 2024
Jan 29, 2024
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Happy birthday to those celebrating this January (Find the dates on the Rotary homepage here)
  • Asmat Naebkhil
  • Zak Shaw
  • Mike Drake
  • Dave Sundin
  • Godfrey Bacheyie
  • Robert Steuart Bruce
  • Allan Kidd
Members celebrating their Club Anniversaries this January:
  • Anne Winterbottom (25 years)
  • Renee Pare (14 years)
  • Dave Sundin (10 years)
  • Louanne Sylvestre (2 years)
  • Don Marsh (28 years)
  • Drew Dilkens (6 years)
  • Patti France (6 years)
  • David Langstone(6 years)
  • Mike Taylor (6 years
  • Jennifer Charron (7 years)

Adult Assistance Committee Update


The Adult Assistance Committee is delighted to share a momentous update with our esteemed membership! Over the last six months, their committee has been on a mission to make a tangible difference in the lives of adults with disabilities. We are thrilled to announce that they have successfully facilitated the purchase of seven power wheelchairs, five manual wheelchairs, and one power scooter.

This work is not only impactful but crucial for enhancing the mobility and independence of individuals within our community. We extend our sincere gratitude to the four dedicated members who have tirelessly championed this cause, making it possible for us to uplift and empower those in need.

The importance of this work cannot be overstated, and we take great pride in the positive impact it has on the lives of our neighbours. To continue and expand this vital mission, the Adult Assistance Committee is actively recruiting new members. If you are passionate about making a meaningful difference and contributing to the well-being of others, you are invited to join them!

For more information about this worthy committee and how you can be a part of our transformative efforts, please reach out to Bob Fields. Together, let's continue to change lives, one mobility device at a time, and build a more inclusive and supportive community for all.


Kettle Bells Update

In a thrilling update, Captain Nyree Bond of The Salvation Army Windsor Centre of Hope recently shared the uplifting news that The Christmas Kettle Campaign has exceeded its goal, surpassing the initial target. The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) made a significant contribution to this success, dedicating a total of 90 hours at The Devonshire Mall, with efforts that truly made an impact.
On behalf of President Allan and The Board of Directors, PP Gerry extends heartfelt gratitude to everyone who contributed to this remarkable achievement, contributing to a cause that genuinely makes a difference.

Project WASH update

The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) is thrilled to announce a significant achievement in collaboration with our partners at the Wa Rotary Club! Our club successfully raised funds to cover all operational expenses for the WASH project, including the acquisition of toilets and sinks, totalling an estimated 31,000 CAD.
In a momentous occasion, the completion of the WASH project at Nakwabi, Operation Smiles Orphanage, has been officially handed over. The Wa Rotary Club members ceremoniously transferred the facility to Rev. Sister Jane, aiming to address and enhance the sanitation challenges faced by the children at Nakwabi, Operation Smiles Orphanage.
Deep gratitude is extended to both Rotary Clubs for the triumphant execution of Operation WASH and the positive impact it promises for the children. The members of the Wa Rotary Club express their heartfelt appreciation for the collaborative effort, acknowledging the opportunity to bring joy to the lives of these youngsters through the partnership between our two clubs.
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