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Rotary International Club 458
We currently have 130 members


Office Location: 7911 Forest Glade Drive
Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N8T 3R7
Office Hours: Mon to Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm
Phone : 253-6382 FAX 253-7723
E-mail: info@rotary1918.com


Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)
Meets on Mondays at Caboto Club
Parent and Tecumseh Ave.,
Windsor, Ontario
12:00 Noon
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mail to  Office Web site Administrator You may E-mail the Office Web Site Administrator at ghp@uwindsor.ca

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Our 2013-14 Rotary 1918 President, Janet Kelly
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Our 2013-14 Rotary 1918 President,
Janet Kelly.


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Polio elimination
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A PowerPoint presentation on
Rotary (1918)'s Five Pillars of Service

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Rotary District 6400 Digest

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http://www.rotary6400.org

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District 6400 Governor 2013-14 Donna Schmidt

District 6400 Governor 2013-14
Donna Schmidt


2013-14 Governor Donna Schmidt's web page.

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Rotary International President<br> Ron Burton

Rotary International President
Ron Burton


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Please click here for the latest
OUR FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER

Our club has been a substantial contributor to the Rotary International Foundation.
In the Newsletter you will find stories about how your foundation dollars are being used. These are inspiring articles by people who have first hand knowledge about the projects we support.

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On a Medical Mission to Save Lives



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R0tary Bldg in Jirapa, Ghana
District 6400 sent a Rotary Vocational Training Team of health practitioners to the Jirapa region of Ghana. The team is led by 0ur Rotary 1918 member, Dr. Godfrey Bacheyie.
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A Project in Jirapa Ghana


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The facility will provide nine new beds for children and teens experiencing mental health crises, and will offer expanded services to families. Because it is difficult for parents to leave their kids, especially little kids who are seven or eight, the new home will provide enough space for visiting parents who wish to stay overnight with their children

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BINGO SCHEDULE


BINGO is the Club’s 2nd Major Fundraiser The Club’s upcoming Bingos listing appears in the

electronic version of the latest Wheel

Volunteers Who Will Work Once or Twice a Year are Needed:

To volunteer, Please contact Walter Willms at
519-966-7150
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"The most powerful force in the promotion of international understanding and peace is exposure to different cultures. The world becomes a smaller, friendlier place when we learn that all people regardless of nationality desire the same basic things: a safe, comfortable environment that allows for a rich and satisfying life for our children and ourselves. Youth Exchange provides thousands of young people with the opportunity to meet people from other lands and to experience their cultures. This plants the seeds for a lifetime of international understanding."

We need homes for our Rotary 1918 incoming Exchange Students.
Talk to President Janet Kelly if you or a person you know could host a student for a period of time.




Our Exchange Student Contacts



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