Rotary Club of London-Lambeth

We now meet twice per month: 2nd Tuesday at 6:30pm (no dinner), 4th Tuesday 7:30am (breakfast)

Welcome to our Club!

London Lambeth

Service Above Self

2nd Tuesday 6:30 PM & 4th Tuesday 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
Canada
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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS BOB AND ADAM!!
 
Our July 10 meeting was a special one - the Club welcomed two new members, Bob Boyce and Adam Walden!
 
Assistant District Governor Sue Storie joined Club President Geoff Faul for the induction.
 
We look forward to getting to know Bob and Adam better and look forward to the start of their journeys here with the Rotary Club of London-Lambeth.
 
 
 
At our regular club meeting on July 24, the members and guests were treated to an update talk from L'Arche London's executive director Marietta Drost.
 
Marietta provided the Club with information about the activities taking place in the new Lambeth Gathering Place, including the Thursday morning Café that all are welcome to visit.
 
Club President Geoff Faul, and indeed the entire club, was pleased to present a cheque to L'Arche London for $1,000 in order to assist with improvements to sound baffling systems being installed. The Club had previously supported L'Arche with a $1,000 donation for the first part of those meeting room improvements, which had been successfully carried out through a combination of supporting donations, some hired know-how, and considerable volunteer effort to install.  And we are pleased to help again now!
 
For more information on L'Arche London, see their website at https://larchelondon.ca/
 
 
President Geoff Faul's report on the year and reorganization of our Club as well as naming the Rotarian of the Year and recognizing a community Paul Harris recipient. 
 
The following people have receive either their first or an additional Paul Harris Award in 2017.
Duncan Hobbs received a Paul Harris award for his support of our Wine and Food Fund raising event in the spring and his donation to our clubs projects.
Leroy Poole was Honoured at our 2017 Presidents Dinner for his long service to the community.
Sheila Wilkes, Moneta Little, Mike MacKinnon, Drew Annable, Hope Evenden, Eric Auzins, and Don Crawford, all received a multiple Paul Harris Awards for their contributions to Rotary.
 
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.

 



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

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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.

 

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
 
Drew Annable 8X Paul Harris Fellow & Elsie Randall 2X paul Harris FellowMultiple Paul Harris Fellows
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of London-Lambeth

 
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Christmas Dinner Gala and Auction
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