Swim for Polio 

Rotary International is closing in on the goal of eliminating Polio world wide, however the task is not yet complete.

On August 19th 2018, the Rotary Club of Truro will hold its 5th annual swim across Shortts Lake.  Members and friends will gather pledges to support those who swim.  Donations go to the Rotary Foundation and, after being matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, are used in continuing the battle to eliminate this dreaded disease. 

We also need swimmers.  All welcome!  Contact Laurie (Laurie.Sandeson@novascotia.ca) or Lydia (lsorflaten@hotmail.com) for details.

Special Note to Rotarians before making a donation:  Be sure to hit the "Sign In/Register" button at the top of the donation page and login to "My Rotary" (do NOT use Facebook or Google to login) before making a contribution.  This ensures that your donation will count toward your Paul Harris recognition.  IPad users should use "Desktop View" for best viewing.

Non-Rotarians may just hit the "Contribute Now" button and proceed with a donation through PayPal or with a credit card. 

Please support our swimmers by making a donation now!  Click the "Donate Now" button below to go to the donation page. 

 
 
There will be a great opportunity to learn more about Rotary as well as sharpen you leadership skills at the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) that will be held this fall in Truro.
 
The  session will be held in Truro on October 27th at the NSCC Truro campus starting at 9:00am.  In addition to the normal three parts, we will also be offering two special half day graduate courses. One on Membership and Membership Issues and the second on Motivating volunteers.These two courses come as a package.  
 
Members are encouraged to register early for the appropriate Part.  You can find out more about the Institute by checking out their website or by asking Jim or Barbara Goit. 
 
The Rotary Club of Truro has one of the highest percentage of members who have taken an RLI course of any club in the region and we're lucky that it it happens regularly right here in town.  Invest in yourself and Rotary be coming out to an RLI session.
 
Several Rotarians took part in the 2018 Pride Parade in Truro on July 14th.  The group road on the colourful DalAC float showing off the Rotary Banner.    Show in the photo are  (l-R) Candy, Rotarian Alana, Kyle and Rotarian Jim. It was a beautiful day and it looks like everyone had a great time.
As a result of a visit to Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia by our travelling Rotarian Dr. Kevin Quinlan, the Rotary Club of Truro has supported a project that a Rotary club there has started.
 
The project is to set up schools in the Ger (traditional tents) community for young children who have to stay home to tend the fires in the tents while their families are away. 
 
The president of the club sent a nice note to recognize the contribution.
 
 
The Club was pleased today to confirm the election at the Semi-Annual meeting held on June 25 of the Club's principal Executive Officers for the 2018-19 Rotary Year. Ryan Beazley becomes President, Lech Krzywonos moves up to VP and Jane Gourley-Davis joins the team as Secretary.  Congratulations to all 
 
The list of all Club Directors and Chairs appears on the Club's website under the Club Organization  Menu Link.
Jim Retson from the Rotary Club of Kenora joined us for our June 18th meeting. He shared with us that his club has about 70 members, 35% - 40% of which are women. He went on to share that his club's last three presidents were also female.
 
The Rotary Club of Kenora contributes $10,000 annually to Shelterbox https://www.shelterboxcanada.org/ as well as $10,000 annually towards building new schools in Guatemala.
 
The Rotary Club of Kenora is hopeful to have a First Nations Rotary Club North of Kenora in the coming months.
 
Alana and Jim exchanged club banners. 
 
 
It is always interesting to have visiting Rotarians. It gives us the opportunity to hear first hand what other clubs are doing. Thanks for joining us Jim!

We are pleased to welcome Al Cooze as the Club's newest Rotarian. Al was recruited by Ken MacLean, who had a hunch in church one Sunday, turned around and saw Al and simply asked, "would you like to join Rotary", to which Al simply replied, "yes".

Al recently moved to Truro from NFLD, with his wife. He enjoys travel, golf, and music. We've been told he'll play any brass instrument he can get his hands on! We are hoping Al will play some Christmas Carols on the piano at our Christmas Party. 

Al has already helped with service work.  He has been active with other service groups such as Kinsman and the Alzheimer's Society. Before he retired, he was the General Manager for Zellars.

Al is excited to be a part of our Club and get involved in the community and we are excited to have him. 

 
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Welcome to Our Club!

Truro

Service Above Self

Monday at 12:00 pm except 2nd Monday of the month at 5:00 pm
Best Western Truro - Glengarry
150 Willow St.
Truro, NS  B2N 4Z6
Canada
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e-mail: trurorotary@gmail.com   

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Canada a champion in polio eradication

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accepts polio eradication award

Rotary world gathers in Atlanta to celebrate 100 years

2017 Rotary Convention offers five days of inspiring speakers, exciting events, and opportunities to connect with club members from around the world

 
 
 
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Speakers
Speaker: Dr. Ryan Sommers, Chief Medical Officer
Jul 23, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - Steve Barteaux
Speaker: Rick Hollis - The Great Race
Jul 30, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - Richard Bowness
No Truro Rotary Meeting - Civic Holiday
Aug 06, 2018
No meeting due to Holiday
Speaker: Sherry Donovan - Techsploration
Aug 13, 2018 5:30 PM
Chair - TBA. PM Meeting
Speaker: Michael Craig, District 7820 Youth Chair
Aug 20, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair: Barbara Goit. Subject: Rotary Short-term Exchange Program.
Speaker: Club delegates at Toronto Conference
Aug 27, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair: President Ryan Beazley
No Truro Rotary Meeting - Labour Day
Sep 03, 2018
No meeting due to Holiday
Speaker: TBA
Sep 10, 2018 5:30 PM
Chair - TBA. PM Meeting
Quarterly Club Meeting
Sep 17, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
Speaker: TBA
Sep 24, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA. Lunch meeting at NSCC, Salon C
Speaker: TBA
Oct 01, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
No Truro Rotary Meeting - Thankgiving
Oct 08, 2018 5:30 PM
No Meeting due to Holiday
Speaker: TBA
Oct 15, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
Speaker: DG Rob Christie's Club Visit
Oct 22, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
Speaker: TBA
Oct 29, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
Speaker: TBA
Nov 05, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
No Truro Rotary Meeting - Remembrance Day
Nov 12, 2018 5:30 PM
No Meeting due to Holiday
Speaker: TBA
Nov 19, 2018 12:00 PM
Chair - TBA
 
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