Club Information

Welcome to our club!

Carl Brown
Club President
   Meeting Address:
   We meet Thursdays at 7:20 AM    
   Holiday Inn Ptbo-Waterfront
   150 George St N
   Peterborough, ON
   K9J 3G5, Canada
Mailing Address:
Rotary Club of
Peterborough Kawartha
​P.O. Box 2076,
Peterborough, ON
K9J 7Y4, Canada
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During the COVID19 pandemic outbreak, our club is zoom meeting every Thursday at 7:30 AM.
All of our weekly meetings are open to the public and there is no cost for you to attend.
If you would like to attend our next meeting, please email Club President Carl Brown for meeting information and to receive our weekly meeting access code.
Kawartha Rotary President Dan Grady is thrilled to have ended his year with a cheque presentation of $5,000 to the City of Peterborough for the Trail Lighting 2021 initiative spearheaded by Scott Wood of Ashburnham Ale House.
Contributing to the fundraising effort included Ashburnham Ale House, Kawartha Rotary, Stoneguide Realty, Wildrock Outfitters, Shimano and Barry Electric Contractors.

Imagine Peterborough without the Rotary Greenway Trail?  This fundraising effort will light the trail from Hunter Street to Douro Street.
Upon being installed as President of Rotary Club of Peterborough Kawartha Carl made a few remarks.  Starting with a little background about himself, his wife Stacey and his family.  It was followed with a look into this past experience with Rotary and his optimism for the coming year.  He touched on such areas as getting our fund raising efforts back on track, the possibility to form a new committee to focus on our indigenous citizens and as we emerge from the pandemic and get to regular meetings to look at a possible mixture of meetings (breakfast, evening social, virtual).
The Rotary Theme for 2021-2022 was announced – SERVE TO CHANGE LIVES.
Cameron House Shelter offers emergency shelter, food, clothing and supports to women over the age of 18.
The Kawartha Rotary Club is proud to be working on an outdoor Gazebo on the Cameron House site.
The area where the Gazebo is to be built needed to be leveled and a draining pipe installed to divert water from the area.
Thus far, the cement pad on which the Gazebo will sit has been completed.  Stay posted for further updates on this exciting project.
Thanks to Rotarians Dawn Straka, Morgan Smith and Bill Gordanier who have taken the lead on this project.
A huge thank you to Rotarians Gord Fallen, Guenther Schubert, Morgan Smith and Wesley Letsholo who recently collected garbage from Jackson Park and hauled it out of the park utilizing a 4 wheeler and trailer!

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RLI courses are fun, topical and interactive. They are geared toward busy business and professional community leaders who wish to be knowledgeable about Rotary and be more effective leaders in their Vocation and in their Rotary Club.

Club Projects
Adventure in Understanding
Cancelled due to COVID19

Kawartha Rotary RibFest
Cancelled due to COVID19
Kawartha Rotary RibFest

Kawartha Rotary Book Drive
Kawartha Rotary Book Drive

Buddy Bench Project
Help eliminate bullying

Our club fundraises at:

Most of our club members sell 50/50 tickets at:

Fundraise Now Through!


Keynote Speakers
President Changeover
Jul 07, 2022
Meeting Held at Holiday Inn
Rudy Massimo
Jul 21, 2022
Júnior Achievement
Club Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
President Nominee
Rotary Foundation