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Streetsville Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Ribeye Jack's Ale House
6531 Mississauga Road, Streetsville
Mississauga, ON  L5N 1A6
Canada
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John Wahl & Paul Struck attended a joint meeting in Streetsville to address multiple clubs about how to grow the membership of their clubs.
Strategies and leveraging businesses and local political contacts were presented.
All clubs were impressed and grateful for their contributions and direction provided to ensure the continued success of Rotary.
 

 
Mississauga Fire Chief Tim Beckett had a presentation at our club.
 
 

 
 
 
 
November 15th - Joint meeting at RC Mississauga
November 17th - Meeting cancelled
November 24th – Ehsan from the Airport club
November 27th – Easter Seals Christmas Party
December 1st 2016 – Vicki Arciero: Million Dollar Smiles
December 8th – Scott Hutchings
December 14th – Club Assembly – Elections
December 21st – Christmas Party
 
 

 
wh-4p-olWe are pleased to welcome guests and visiting Rotarians to Rotary Club of Mississauga - Streetsville. We are a member of Rotary District 7080.
  
Streetsville is "The Village in the City" because it endeavors to retain its historic village charm within the City of Mississauga.


Please peruse our website to find out more about the Streetsville Rotary Club. You may read the story below for information about our meetings. If you wish to make an inquiry, please call Javed at (416) 505-6627 or click here to send an email.
 

 
ImageWe meet on Thursdays weekly for lunch at the Old Barber House, which is a fine dining restaurant in a historic building within Streetsville. Old Barber House is on a main street, is accessible, and has ample parking. 

Members begin arriving at 12:00 Noon and the meeting starts formally at 12:15 PM. A guest speaker is introduced at 1:00 p.m.; and has the floor for 20 minutes. The meeting ends formally at 1:30 PM. There are about 20 people in attendance, in ages from 30's to seniors. It's a group from all walks of life that is lively, curious and sophisticated.
 
If you would like to join us for lunch, please call Javed at (416) 505-6627 or click here to send an email. Please inform us of any dietary restrictions. We look forward to meeting you, and welcoming you to Streetsville.
 

 
 
ImageRotary International was started on February 23, 1905 by Paul P. Harris, a Chicago lawyer, and three other business professionals who sought to support each other in business development, mentorship, and friendship through service to their community and their vocations. This tradition continues within Streetsville Rotary! Our members include professionals, tradepersons, businesspersons, and persons from various other vocations. Our activities facilitate interaction and engagement for business development, mentorship, and community development. 

Click here for more information about the history of Rotary International.
 

 

wh-4p-olStreetsville Rotary is pleased to welcome new members. Membership requires a commitment to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Click here to find out more about the Object of Rotary.
 
The Streetsville Rotary Club was established in 1961 and has been the Rotary home for many of Streetsville's leading citizens since its inception.  Its motto is Service Above Self, and its nickname is The Good Fellowship Club. The club is comprised of about 25 members who are business, professional and community leaders committed to the Object of Rotary and interaction and engagement with each other and their community.

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see more Rotary videos at the YouTube Rotary Channel or click here go to the Rotary International website for more information about the worldwide organization of Rotarians or click here for an infographic on Rotary membership by province and territory in Canada.

To inquire about membership, please call Javed at (416) 505-6627 or click here to send an email.

 

 

 
 
 
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