Service Above Self
Please join us Mondays at noon at Cecil's Brewhouse & Kitchen

The Club has been making a difference in our community since 1923 when the club received its charter from Rotary International. Read more here... 
North Bay Rotarians have always been ready and willing to take on whatever projects are required; be it a new hospital ($500,000), therapeutic pool ($750,000), a new Learning Library ($125,000), breast screening equipment ($220,000), Rotary Splash Pad ($500,000), or other projects that serve the best interests of the community.
We are currently working on a children’s fully accessible playground to be located adjacent to the Rotary Splash Pad ($110,00 commitment; $39,000 outside funders/donors). 
Our club has adopted a primary focus towards helping children and youth overcome adversity. Whether it be building handicapped access, mechanical lifts, medical financial assistance or honouring academic excellence, Group Study Exchanges, scholarships and much more, Rotary is there when required.
Largely through the fundraising efforts of Rotary4KidsRotary-at-home TV BingoNevada 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 RI's projects and initiatives around the world - with the #1 priority currently being the eradication of polio.
We are part of the North Bay's '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).
We acknowledge that our club is situated on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg peoples and within the lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850, used by the members of Nipissing First Nation.