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The 4th annual Rotary club of Truro's Swim for Polio across Shortt's lake will happen Aug 13th starting at 10:00 am.
 
The event will raise money to contribute to the End Polio cause.  With only 6 new cases world wide so far this year, the end is in sight but we need to keep the pressure up to eliminate this dread disease forever.
 
If you are going to swim (or just want to come and "spot" the swimmers) please register.  You can also support the event by making a contribution to Polio for one of the swimmers.  Details for the event can be found on the events page.
 
This is a fun event and a good lead in to the summer social.
The Rotary Club of Truro Summer Social for 2017 will be held Sunday Aug 13, 2017 from 4 - 8 pm at the Shortt's Lake home of Richard & Marilyn Bowness,   This will be a ​pot luck supper and Rotarians are asked to bring food depending on the first letter of their last name.
 
Please check the official invitation and register for the event soon.  Please include the guests you are bringing so we have some idea of the numbers attending.
It's always a great time so please join us at the lake!  
 
 
Members of the Rotary Club of Truro wish everyone a Happy 150th Canada Day.
The Rotary Club completed the turnover of executives at the semi annual meeting held on June 26th.  Outgoing President Ted Jordan Presented Alana Hirtle with the President's Pin and Alana in turn presented the gavel plaque to Ted in recognition of his great service to the club during the past year.  
 
Thank you both for all you do.
 
 
 
 
President Elect Alana Hirtle and incoming Youth Chair Barbara Goit show of the new Rotary Flag that will be displayed a club meetings. 
 
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Welcome to Our Club!

Truro

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Best Western Glengarry
150 Willow St.
Truro, NS  B2N 4Z6
Canada
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Rotary Club of Truro
PO Box 115
Truro, NS
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e-mail: trurorotary@gmail.com   

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Speakers
Chair: Marilyn Brown
Aug 14, 2017
Rotary International Convention Report - Jim and Barbara Goit
Chair: Lydia Sorflaten
Aug 28, 2017
Club Assembly
Chair: Barbara Goit
Sep 11, 2017
Emma Toole to speak about her Adventure in Citizenship experience. Club Assembly to follow.
Chair: Mark Mason
Sep 18, 2017
Boys and Girls Club. Joanne Thibeau, Director of Operations & Charles Thompson, President
Chair: Ken Banks
Sep 25, 2017
Sue Ellen English and Prison Fellowship
Chair: Jane Gourley-Davis
Oct 02, 2017
Mike Topley and Guatemala project
Chair: Rod Jones
Oct 16, 2017
Club Assembly
Chair: PDG Jim Goit
Oct 23, 2017
Official Visit of DG Don Sword
Chair: Audrie-Jo McConkey
Oct 30, 2017
TBA
Chair: Tom Savary
Nov 06, 2017
TBA
Chair: Sam Abushenaf
Nov 20, 2017
Club Assembly
 
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