Rotary Club of London-Lambeth

Club Executives & Directors
Membership Chair
Past President & Literacy Chair
President Elect

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We now meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM

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London Lambeth

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Village Pantry Restaurant
2473 Main Street (Contact Address: 42 Wynfield Lane, London ON N6H 5L2)
Up Stairs
London (Lambeth), ON  N6P 1R4
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of London-Lambeth


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Home Page Stories
The President’s Dinner Celebration
This makes the end of Jennifer McQueen’s year as President.  We celebrate by honouring two community members Pam Batzold and Lee Stitt with Paul Harris Fellow for their generous contributions to the community (see separate story) and Andrew Thomson with a Certificate of Thanks for his contributions to our Club.  Our Rotarian of the Year, David Brent, was also honoured with a Paul Harris Fellow for his involvement this year.
Andy Thibodeau was the guest speaker and he entertained and motivated us with his “Share Your Care” talk.
Our AG Sue Store installed our 2017 President, Charles Mossman, and his Board of Directors.
The members of this small but mighty Rotary Club of London-LAMBETH,  look forward to this coming year with enthusiasm.
Each year Lambeth Rotary honours a community member for his or her contributions to the community.  This Year we honour two members Pam Batzold and Lee Stitt.


Lambeth Rotary Club presents Dictionary to all grade students at: Arthur Stringer P.S., Caradoc P.S., Lambeth P.S., Jean Vanier, Antler River School.
See our new Member and new Paul Harris Fellows  
in our Photo Albums

SPANISH Wine & Food Experience
Come and JOIN us for an evening of great wine and food from Spain
The Lambeth Rotary Club
Saturday, April 18, 2015
The London Civic Garden Complex
625 Springbank Drive
(Corner of Springbank & Wonderland)
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Silent Auction & Wine Lottery Draw
Have Fun, Raise Funds:
Experience Spain with no airport line ups!
Please join us for a Lambeth Rotary Fundraising Event
Enjoy a tutored tasting of delicious, Wines from Spain matched with a four course
Spanish Dinner
Tickets $75 per person
(Limited seating available)
Tickets available at
or from any club member

This Years Christmas Gala will be held on Friday, December 5, 2014, at Greenhills Golf Club.
Tickets will be available from any club member, and on line at this website.



What is Rotary about?
Local Community Service
International Community Service
Fellowship & Fun
Polio Eradication around the World
and Much More

Lambeth Rotary 20th Anniversary Celebration

Tuesday, June 24, 2014-05-17 at Greenhills Golf ClubImage



 Lambeth Rotary Supports BRIO Music Summer Program






Thanks to a donation from the Rotary Club of London Lambeth, the Brio Music program will be extended to include two summer camps. The program is offered to elementary school children from Trafalgar, Aberdeen, Princess Elisabeth and Knollwood Park schools in London.


"The support of the Rotary Club will allow us to offer two, week long morning camps, one each during July and August”, said Ashley Dickey, Program Director of Brio. “It not only will provide a safe place for part of the summer, it also will help them maintain their musical and team skills for the full program that will restart in the fall.”



A Bottle of Wine every week for a year!

52 Bottles of Wine is First Prize! Courtesy of Charlton Hobbs

Two $100 Dinning Certificates is Second Prize. Courtesy of Dolcetto Risto Itala and Pasto`s Grill.

A $100 Certificate to Western Fair District Events and Services is Third Prize.

Five Bottles of the Wine, one of each of the Wines featured at the Italian Wine and Food Experience on April 12, 2014.


Lambeth Rotary Garage Sale Saturday, September 7, 2013

at 9972 Longwoods Road






A fun event coming Saturday, April 12, 2014

A FUN event benefiting the many charities that the Lambeth Rotary Club supports.




"Italian Wine & Food Experience" watch for information on this website.


Travel to Nicaragua Feb. 1-14, 2015



Chief Duncan described Policing in London and the challenges that are faced by our community. London is a relatively safe city but we do have to an extent all the concerns of larger cities.

He emphasized that an ever increasing amount of police time is spent on dealing with citizens with mental problems.

Policing is a vital part of a cities needs and London’s Police force is one of the best.




PRIZE Winners:

1st Wine Fridge and 36 Bottles of Wine - L. Dodd;

2nd Two $100 Dinner Certificats - Me & Suzie's (Port Stanley) & Symposiun Cafe (London) - B. Parker;

3rd Two Dinner Certificats - Pasto's Grill (Lambeth) & Waldo's - M Rusciolelle;

4th Five Argentina Wines of the Evening - L. Aarts

The big winners were: Lambeth Community Cemetery Restoration Project; Southdale Chaplaincy Community; and LUSO (London Urban Services Organization).

A very successful Lottery benefiting Literacy at Southdale Chaplaincy and the Lambeth Community Cemetery Restoration Projects




Mark on your calendars the Lambeth Rotary's Christmas Dinner Event & Auction on Friday, December 6, 2013, at Greenhills Golf Club.




Southdale Chapliancy is one of the efforts that we support.  Their directors are pleased to announce that on January 28, 2013 the Boards of Directors of the Limberlost Chaplaincy and the Southdale Chaplaincy unanimously agreed to unify effective April 1, 2013.  At that time, the new organization will be called the London Community Chaplaincy.


Just Three of the Many Local Projects We Support
Lambeth Community Cemetery
Christmas Lights
Seminar for Tomorrow's Leaders
A.G. Diane Chantler and Allan Loiselle induct Sydenham Credit Union Manager, Jennifer McQueen as a member


Anibal Francisco Rienoso from Argentina exchanging banners with Lambeth Rotary's President Allan Loiselle

Lambeth Rotary Club does a Pancake Breakfast for the Community at Harvestfest every year. 

This Year our Harvestfest Parade entry was a bunch of Clowns. 




District Governor Tom Robitaille Presents Paul Harris to Sheila WilkesImage

The 2012-13 Executive
ImageThe  Rotary Club of London-Lambeth is pleased to present Ethel Annable with a Paul Harris Fellowship for her contributions to the Community, her Church and our Club.
Hala Jawad Is this years Rotarian of the YearImage
Drew Annable 8X Paul Harris Fellow & Elsie Randall 2X paul Harris FellowMultiple Paul Harris Fellows
Virtual reality films bring new dimension to polio fight
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Rotary Day at UN highlights role of business in building a better world
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ShelterBox prepares for Mosul refugees
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Skydivers raise thousands for polio eradication
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Rotary and ShelterBox on the ground in Haiti
Even as parts of Haiti were still recovering from a catastrophic 2010 earthquake, Hurricane Matthew tore through the impoverished island country 4 October, leaving hundreds dead and many more homeless. The Category 4 storm affected an estimated 330,000 people in Haiti, including 6,400 who were moved to temporary shelters. Extensive damage to main bridges and other transportation networks have left some areas cut off and vulnerable. Torrential rains have resulted in flooding and landslides. And contaminated water supplies threaten to lead to a surge in cholera cases and other waterborne...