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We meet every Monday at 12:15 pm for lunch at the Ramada Renaissance Hotel, 240 Brownlow Avenue in Dartmouth.
Note: From February through June we will be meeting at The Mic Mac Bar & Grill,  Mic Mac Place, 219 Waverley Rd, Dartmouth, Mondays at 12:15 pm.

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Boston Christmas Tree Lighting

On Thursday evening, club members Marg & Don Chisholm and PDG Tom McCaughey attended the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Boston along with Rotarians from other Halifax & Boston clubs, Premier Stephen McNeil and Mayor Mike Savage.  Next year Rotarians from Boston will join us here in Halifax in remembrance of the Halifax explosion.


Painting Margaret's House

On the 21st and 22nd of October a crew of dedicated Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Dartmouth got together to added a fresh coat of paint to the Margaret's House soup kitchen in downtown Dartmouth. 

Margaret's House is run by the Feeding Others of Dartmouth Society, or F.O.O.D. and provides nutritious meals seven days a week, with lunches every day and suppers on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Approximately 3,000 meals are served each month.  If you would like to learn about Margaret's House...Click Here

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The Rotary Water Barrel

In Africa and developing countries around the world, women and children carry their own weight in water, in dirty jerry cans and containers, not just from a local pump (a few hundred yards away) but sometimes over 6 miles or even further, just to survive. The Rotary Water Barrel is the INSTANT solution!

See their website at: http://www.rolloutthebarrel.org/   



RI President John F. Germ said that being part of Rotary is a "great opportunity" to make change happen.  Germ unveiled the 2016-17 presidential theme "Rotary Serving Humanity" to the incoming district governors on 18 January at the Internationla Assembly in San Diego.  Watch his full speech below.



The Rotary Foundation...to see the new Rotary Foundation page under the Rotary World tab....click here

For a direct link to the Rotary Foundation (Canada)....click here





Christmas Dinners Delivered
Again this year the Rotary Clubs of Dartmouth and Dartmouth East collaborated to deliver Christmas Dinners to individuals & families in need. Thanks to "Stagger's Pub and Grub" for once again helping to make this event a success.

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DG Elva Heyge Addresses Club
On November 7th Elva Heyge our District Governor (DG) addressed our Club.  She opened with comments about what inspired her to commit her time to Rotary. It was an encounter with a Youth Exchange Student, before and after a youth exchange to Brazil that led her to go there on a Friendship Exchange.  While there she learned of a potential humanitarian project but it was too large to fund solely by her Club.  However, not to be daunted, she applied for and was successful in obtaining Rotary Foundation funding which made the project a reality.  The end result provided a tangible benefit to more than 400 children & their families in Brazil. For these reasons, our DG is a strong proponent of Youth Exchange, Friendship Exchange and the Rotary Foundation. DG Elva Heyge seen above with President Marg Chisholm.

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True Rotarian Awards
On November 7th DG Elva Heyge presented True Rotarian awards to Rotarians Jim Kirby and Dana Atwell.
October 24th Speakers
Dr. Alex Mitchell, general surgeon, and Adrienne Malloy CEO of the Darmouth General Hospital Foundation provided infornmation on the redevelopment of the Dartmouth General Hospital.  This project will not only benefit Dartmouth, but all of Halifax.
For more details.............
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October 17th Speaker
Luke MacDonald spoke to the club on with an update on three important initiatives:
1. The Sparks program to deploy stationary bikes into classrooms to foster active learning.
                                     Read More2. The Solar Hub project in Gambia, intended to make fun things possible through communication & connection.
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3. The Fit-It-Forward program which collects donations of used shoes & to purchase new, clearance priced shoes for the homeless and near-homeless in Halifax.
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October 3rd Speaker
Rey Peralta of the non-profit group Pasos de Esperanza from the Dominican Republic gave a presentation on his group's efforts. The group hosted Dartmouth High Students this year in the Dominican. Heather Hughes, Dartmouth High Liaison, is pictured with Rey as well as Rotarian Robert Earle, our International Chair.
To see his presentation Click Here
September 12th Speaker
Glenn Bowie is Board Chair for Waterski & Wakeboard Canada and a member of the Rotary Club of Halifax Harbourside.  On Sept. 12th Glenn gave our club a very interesting and informative talk on competitive waterskiing & wakeboarding in Canada and internationally.  

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Guatemala Project Featured. 
Robert Earle is shown holding the September issue of the Rotarian magazine, in which our project in Guatemala is pictured...Read More

Hospice Halifax.
The six HRM Rotary Clubs have banded together to make a Hospice in Halifax a reality...Read More



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