The Club that Made Rotary International in 1910
June is Rotary Fellowship Month
Rotary Fellowships are international, independently organized groups of Rotarians, Rotary partners, and Rotaractors who share a common recreational interest or vocation. This month is recognition of the opportunity to have fun, make new friends around the world and enhance the experience of Rotary that belonging to a Rotary Fellowship enables.

There are currently over 61 Rotary Fellowships. To find more information go to:


June is National Indigenous History Month

Among the various visual elements illustrating Indigenous cultures, the sun represents the summer solstice. First Nations, Inuit and Métis as well as the four elements of nature (earth, water, fire and air) are represented by different symbols and colours. The visual is supported by a multicoloured smoke* reminding us of Indigenous spirituality but also the colours of the rainbow, symbol of inclusion and diversity of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities and their members.

*Smoke is used in different ways by all three Indigenous groups in Canada. Whether it is to smoke fish and meat, to burn sage and tobacco, or for sacred ceremonies or celebrations, it is a significant symbol in Indigenous cultures.

Description of the three icons

  • The eagle represents First Nations
  • The narwhal represents Inuit
  • The violin represents Métis

A special Literacy award presented to our club at the 5550 District Conference in May.  This is as a result of our partnership with Indigenous communities and the books we have sent to them.  
Rotary's Committment to 
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
ROTARY is participating in the Winnipeg Pride Parade on June 4th 
Rotary International's Board approved a new DEI code of conduct that reflects our core values. It provides a supportive framework for how Rotary members can create and maintain an environment that is collaborative, positive, and healthy for everyone.

The DEI code of conduct asks Rotary members to:

  • Use respectful language
  • Be supportive
  • Foster a welcoming and inclusive environment
  • Celebrate diversity

Although free expression is important, what we say and how we behave matter. Rotary does not tolerate speech or behavior that promotes bias, discrimination, prejudice, or hatred because of age, ethnicity, race, color, disabilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity

Join Rotary in the PRIDE Parade on June 4th 

Our Mission: "To create community through fellowship and service, to eliminate poverty and disease and to provide knowledge and opportunity, especially for young people."
Our Vision: "Being an exemplary club in meeting its mission, through a sustainable vibrant membership."
Our Upcoming Speakers
Rotarian Nancy Cosway Zoom Meeting
Jun 07, 2023
Ideas and Learnings from the District Conference
Rotarian President Jeannette Brigit In Person
Jun 14, 2023
Reveiw of the year and handing over to incoming President Ronald Reider Induction of New Members
Rotarian Tatjana Petrovic Zoom Meeting
Jun 21, 2023
Enchanted by my travels
Our Rotarian Project Leaders - Zoom
Jul 05, 2023
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Immediate Past President
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