Club Information
Southampton

Serving Our Community Since 1938

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Rotary Hall
39 Grey Street South
Southampton, ON N0H 2L0
Canada
Currently Meeting Online. For the link please contact us at 519-797-3896
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THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED OUR FIRST EVER COMMUNITY SHREDDING EVENT....We are currently debriefing and looking at how we make it bigger and better for next year 2022.
 
Southampton Rotary Club is excited to announce a brand new environmentally friendly community shredding event, “SHRED-N-GO”, on September 18th from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. We are excited our event coincides with World Cleanup Day 2021. NOW CLOSED.
 
CLICK HERE to get all of the information you need
  • How this works
  • Directions and Map
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Free seedlings and how to plant
  • Our event sponsors
  
The club is partnering with Wasteco to bring two paper shredding trucks to Town to shred personal and financially sensitive documents onsite. The waste will then be used in recycled paper products.
 
The aim of this event is to:
·      provide a service to the community
·      raise awareness of re-cycling and care for the environment
·      raise awareness of the risks of identity theft
 
 
The shredding trucks will be located at the parking lot at the rear of Rotary Hall at 39 Grey Street South, Southampton on a “first come first service” basis and there is a 3 box limit per household.
 
Rotary is thrilled to have partnered with the Southport Horticultural Society and will be offering a free white pine tree seedling to the first 250 attendees to plant.
 
We look forward to seeing a great turnout on the day..!
 
 
As we mourn the more than 1,000 children, as we wear orange, as we add an Every Child Matters banner to our Facebook page many of us are asking, how do I learn more? how do I understand? how do I help make a real difference? Rotarians in our area have started down this path. Our District Governor wrote. “This …will be a journey though some darks places on the way to enlightenment and unity.” 
 
Our District has joined HIP – Honouring Indigenous People, a Canada wide group of Rotarians and non-Rotarians, Indigenous and non-Indigenous who’s mission is to catalyze societal change by inspiring Indigenous & Non-Indigenous relationship building, strengthening community well-being and advancing the next generation of leaders. 
 
You don’t need to be a Rotarian or Indigenous to be a part of this. Click here to check out their website, sign up for their newsletter and to follow them on Facebook 
 
To read District Governor David Elliott's email to all area Rotarians and to watch last week's presentation on Honouring Indigenous People Click on  Read More
 

The World Health Organization (WHO) on 25 August announced that transmission of the wild poliovirus has officially been stopped in all 47 countries of its African region. This is a historic and vital step toward global eradication of polio, which is Rotary’s top priority. 

 

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