Helping to make a difference in our community, country and around the world since 1923.
Welcome to our website. Our membership represents a cross-section of the community - young and not so young, male and female; and includes a great range of vocations. Rotary is the world's oldest service club organization.
Our club has adopted a primary focus towards helping children and youth overcome adversity. Largely through the fundraising efforts of Rotary4Kids, Rotary-at-home TV Bingo, Nevada Tickets and Rotary Rose Day, in excess of $175,000 is generated each year to meet this primary focus, as well as our direct/indirect involvement and support of Rotary projects and initiatives with other clubs, our district, and Rotary International at home and around the world. View our 2017-2018 goals.
We are part of the North Bay 'Family of Rotary', along with the Rotary Club of North Bay-Nipissing and the Rotaract Club of North Bay-Nipissing (young professionals between the ages of 18-30).
Please consider coming out to one of our Monday noon meetings at Cecil's - The Grande Event Centre to meet us.
President Chuck Verge, 2017-2018
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February 15, 2018
NORTH BAY – Seven local organizations were presented with cheques totalling just over $7,000 from the proceeds of the Catch The Ace of Spades draw today at the North Bay Legion.
The Nipissing Serenity Hospice, North Bay Regional Health Centre Foundation, Kiwanis Music Festival, The Gathering Place, DARE Program, PADDLE Program and the Salvation Army were selected by the six local organizations that have been involved in the first 2 licences to be recipients of the proceeds.

(left to right) Kate Sherry, Widdifield; Jacob Szaranski, Scollard; Katie Schankula, West Ferris; Anthony Vacheff, Chippewa; Sydney Pullen-Vautour, Odyssée. Missing – Nicholas Daguerre, Algonquin.
The Rotary Club honoured 6 senior students from each secondary school in North Bay for their involvement in volunteerism in the community and beyond at today’s noon meeting.
This year’s recipients are Kate Sherry - Widdifield Secondary School, Sydney Pullen-Vautour - École secondaire publique Odyssée, Katie Schankula - West Ferris Secondary School, Anthony Vacheff - Chippewa Secondary School, Jacob Szaranski - St. Joseph Scollard Hall, and Nicholas Daguerre - École secondaire catholique Algonquin.
Of the 60 million people displaced by armed conflict or persecution, 90% are civilians. Half of those civilians are children. That’s millions of reasons why Rotary is so engaged in service projects, fellowships and other Rotary-sponsored campaigns in pursuit of peace in our world.
How Rotary makes help happen
We train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate conflict. We aid refugees who have fled dangerous areas. Rotarians also address the underlying structural causes of conflict by relieving millions of people suffering from poverty, inequality, ethnic tensions, lack of access to education and unequal distribution of resources.
In yet another program to achieve worldwide peace, up to 100 Rotary Peace Fellows are selected to attend Rotary Peace Centers to participate in master's degree programs at one of the partner universities. Rotary Peace Fellows study subjects related to the root causes of conflict and explore innovative solutions that address real-world needs. There are more than 1,000 peace fellowship alumni are working in over 100 countries. Do you have a Peace Fellow candidate in your community? For more information: >>click here>>.
If you think you have a candidate to recommend and want some advice, please contact our District’s Peace Scholarship Chair, Colin Vickers, colin.b.vickers@gmail.com.
We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM, The Grande Event Centre -
Cecil's Brewhouse & Kitchen 
(corner of Main & Wyld) 
North Bay
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George Burton
Feb 26, 2018 12:00 PM
Canadore College
Col Mark Roberts, 22 Wing Commander, CFB North Bay
Mar 05, 2018 12:00 PM
CFB North Bay
Dr. Alison Schinkel-Ivy, Nipissing University
Mar 12, 2018 12:00 PM
Effects Of Age Study

Rotary's not-for-profit camp for boys and girls.
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April 13- 15
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October 19 - 21, 2018
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