Rotary Club of
London Hyde Park
Rotarians Make a Difference
Peace through Service
The following link will take you to the most current statistics for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative: http://www.polioeradication.org/Dataandmonitoring/Poliothisweek.aspx
Click on the "more" button to view statistics as of May 22, 2013
The picture above identifies 3 of our members, Barb Robins, Peter Rozeluk, and Myung Joon Kang who received the prestigious Volunteer Service Award from the Government of Ontario in 2012. The list below identifies some of the most common reasons why community minded individuals join Rotary. If any of these reasons resonate with you, please come join us for coffee and breakfast at one of our weekly Thursday 7:00am breakfast meetings held at West Haven Golf and Country Club (Hwy 21 - 3 km. West of Hyde Park Road).
The Rotary club of London Hyde Park is holding its first annual "Afternoon Tea" and fashion show fundraising event on
Saturday June 15, 2:00 p.m.
Gardens of St. Joseph’s Hospice 837 Talbot St, London
"Fancy hats and gloves optional"
• Garden Tour
• Tea Demonstration
• Fashion Show
• Silent Auction
Delicate canapé and pinwheel sandwiches and French pastries
Proceeds donated to St.Joseph’s Hospice
For tickets please contact:
JoAnne Teske: email@example.com
Alison Buchanan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Van Horik’s Greenhouses Ltd., 930 Gainsborough Rd.
Parking available at Gibbon’s Park
Coffee for Polio Fundraiser
The Rotary club of London Hyde Park has initiated a fundraising project to help address the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) urgent global appeal to meet the anticipated US$140 million funding gap for 2013.
Club Secretary, Kevin Webb, stated that “Rotarians started the fight to eradicate Polio and we will be there at the end. Rotarians represent our communities and we want our communities to be free from any future Polio infections. We will do our part.” The Rotary club of London Hyde Park has partnered with the Coastal Coffee Company (http://coastalcoffeecompany.ca/) to implement a “coffee for polio” fundraising initiative to support the GPEI in finishing the job of vaccinating “every last child” against Polio. By purchasing the organic, fair trade freshly roasted coffee Canadians will be helping Rotary's Polio eradication campaign - one cup of coffee at a time.
We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
The Rotary Club of London-Hyde Park
West Haven Golf & Country Club7038 Egremont DriveLondon, Ontario Canada N6H 5L2Canada
To all Members:
Please remember to send any new contact information (address, phone number, e-mail address, employment) to Lynda Finnie.