Do join us for our next scheduled meeting Wednesday, October 19th at Finkle Street Tap & Grill - we will have stories to tell...
President Sylvie invites everyone to gather for a social at Finkle Street Tap & Grill, 450 Simcoe Street, Woodstock for 6pm. Order your own fare. Meeting starts at 6:30. — bij Finkle Street Tap & Grill.
Join us, this Wednesday September 14th to learn about . . .
"Rotaplast" - Medical Mission trip to Bangladesh, by Jean Aitcheson.
6:30 - 8 pm Dinner ($15) and program at Quality Inn Hotel & Suites, 580 Bruin Blvd (at Hwy 401 & 59), Woodstock, ON.
Several times each year. Rotarians sponsor these plastic surgery mission trips to developing countries, providing much needed medical services to young children with cleft palates and other facial deformities.
You have seen the shows on TV and now is your opportunity to hear it in person. Public Welcome.
Please RSVP for meal count to DougV@DougVincent.com or 519-537-3753.
Wondering what the Toy Auction and Show is about?.
Come out on August 27 and 28 and see for yourself, the auction part is a charity auction, where people like you, can consign scale farm, truck and construction toys to the auction.
The auction which often features many hard-to-find items. It starts Saturday morning at 9:30 am and is open to everyone. There is no admission fee other
than a small buyer’s premium for purchasers. But buyers actually get a bargain since there is no sales tax charged. That is because it is a charity event sponsored
by the Rotary Club of Woodstock-Oxford. The Rotary Club uses the commission and buyer's premium for their humanitarian projects.
If you happen to have any farm toys or memorabilia that you’re thinking of parting with, this is a great place to do it.
Just contact Peter Stam at 519-532-2181 or firstname.lastname@example.org to consign your items.
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Our summer meeting series continues...
Join us @6pm next Wednesday, Aug. 10th at Riffs Music Lounge in Downtown Woodstock for pub fare & fellowship. Everyone 19+ welcomed. Order your own fare....
(...and stick around for Karaoke starting at 9pm)
Join us this Wednesday at 774481 Oxford Road#14, Woodstock at Wim and Caren Duizer (for GPS you might find it under Norwich or Eastwood). Go south on Highway 59. In Curries go left (East) on Curries Road until you hit Oxford Road#14. Go left (North) and first house is after two km. on the left side.
It's good to be a Rotarian!
Join us this Wednesday at 61 Sioux Crescent, Woodstock, home of member Rosalinda (Linda) Taylor. Because who doesn't like pool parties? $15 (meal included).
It's good to be a Rotarian!
|Event:||Brian Bennett's BBQ Bash|
|Date:||Jul 20, 2016 at 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM|
|Location:||Home of Brian Bennett|
|View Map||81 King Street
You are all invited to a BBQ at Brian Bennett's home - (Assistant Governor/Tavistock Rotary Club). This will serve as our official meeting for this week.
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 20th; 6pm
Place: 81 King St, Tavistock, ON (Here is a Google map link to Brian's home) https://goo.gl/maps/qgJSoGJpCBB2
Our special guest will be Brian's granddaughter, Nicole Cooke, who will share her experiences at the Adventure in Citizenship in Ottawa this past May. We will be joining members of the Tavistock Rotary club.
Food and drinks provided (the standard $15 per person stipend applies)
Please bring your own lawn chair!!
RSVP by Sunday July 17th to email@example.com.
District 7080 Changeover and Annual Awards Night
Come celebrate the achievements of clubs from all across the District, enjoy the fellowship of fellow Rotarians and guests, have a great meal, and help to honour Will Pugh and usher in Bill Proctor as your next District Governor.
This year our celebrations will be at the beautiful Whistle Bear Golf Course in Cambridge, easily accessible from the 401.
5:30 pm - Reception and Registration
6:30 pm - Program Begins
Use the link on the left to register. Please indicate any dietary restrictions or allergies in the comment box that appears on the registration screen.
Deadline for registering is Wednesday, June 22.
Rotary Medal Awards Presentation
An annual event, Rotary Clubs of Ingersoll, Tillsonburg, Tavistock, Woodstock & Woodstock-Oxford present this year's bursary awards to students throughout local high schools who are good students, have demonstrated excellent moral character, have been active in school activities and have made worthy contributions to the life of their schools. These recipients exemplify characteristics, abilities and interests which make them both worthy representatives of their schools and personify the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".