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Rotary Club of St. John's Northwest

St. John's Northwest

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
Holiday Inn
180 Portugal Cove Rd.
St. John's, NL A1B 2N2
Canada
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The 2020 Aidan Maloney Young Professionals Award was presented at our November 24th meeting. This year's recipients are Courtney Clarke and Ashley Power-Stack.

Courtney is a Central Development Officer with Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. Ashley is the Director of Transaction Services with Power & Associates Chartered Professional Accountants.

Courtney and Ashley are both deeply involved volunteers and leaders who use their talents and passion to make a significant difference in our community. We are fortunate to add them to our growing list of young professionals who have received this award.

Pictured below (l-r): Courtney Clarke, Maureen Murphy (Aidan's daughter), Ashley Power-Stack

Congratulations to Courtney and Ashley!  

As part of our Adopt-A-Village project the seventh shipping container recently arrived at Tshelanyemba Hospital in Zimbabwe. Personal protective equipment, computers, medical, school and community supplies are now being distributed in this remote area of the country assisting so many people.

Many thanks to everyone involved. You've made a huge impact on the lives of our friends in Tshelanyemba.

A note of gratitude from the hospital administrator on the arrival of the container: “We are so very grateful for the wonderful work you continue to do for the hospital and community. The medical equipment and supplies that recently arrived on your container continue to change and save lives in our community especially during this Covid-19 period. “

Rotarians of the Rotary Club of St. John’s Northwest are proud to be people of action. A part of that action was our multi-year commitment in 2012 to help provide six figure seed funding to the Salvation Army Ches Penney Centre of Hope. This funding commitment was a catalyst for getting the project off the ground and it is wonderful to see the project now a reality. The Salvation Army Ches Penney Centre of Hope will provide housing for the homeless, food bank and feeding programs, health services, employment training  and other supports to those in need . Rotarians are people of action, helping others.
 

A big thank you to all who supported our 2020 Food Drive! We have been doing this food drive annually in partnership with the Salvation Army Food Bank and PWC High School for over 35 years. We had to change some things this year due to Covid restrictions but as we learned, change can be positive. On Saturday, Oct 10th we collected over 20,000 lbs of food and over $7000 in cash and gift cards! Thank you to Sobeys stores and Coleman’s on NL Drive for allowing us to set up collections sites outside their stores. A big thank you to the general public for your generous donations! The impact of the very successful day will go on as vulnerable individuals & families receive help from the Food Bank in the weeks ahead.

 

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Speakers
TBA
Dec 01, 2020
President Jane
Dec 08, 2020
General Meeting/Election of 2021-22 Officers
TBA
Dec 15, 2020
President Jane
Dec 22, 2020
Family Christmas Luncheon
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary & Vice President
Director of Community Support
Director of Club Administration
Director of the Rotary Foundation & International Service
Past President
Director of Youth Service
Director of Fundraising
Director of Membership
Director of Public Relations & Communications
Director of Service Projects
Rotary Music Festival
Gala Dinner & Auction
 
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