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We meet Wednesdays at 12:30 PM
KS on the Keys Restaurant
1029 Dazé Street
Ottawa, ON  K1V 2G3
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Rotary Club of Ottawa South members and family gathered at KS on the Keys for a Christmas brunch.
The Rotary Club of Ottawa South has partnered with Wesley Clover Parks and the Ottawa Polo Club to bring Ottawa the inaugural Polo in the Park fundraising event to benefit the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health and TROtt (Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton).

On Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at the KS on the Keys Restaurant, Sarah Ingimundson, President of Rotaract Ottawa South presented a $2000 cheque to Katherine Carter of the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region.

The Rotary Club Ottawa South held a BBQ on Saturday, June 25, 2011 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ROTEL. Despite the clouds and intermittent showers, over 60 invitees attended the event, including Mayor Jim Watson.

New Rotary Clubs are rare and starting a Rotaract Club is even more exceptional. So we are doubly blessed in Ottawa to have a committed group of capable young leaders to establish such a club. March 23, 2011 we had a dinner and meeting at the Hunt & Golf Club to officially charter the Ottawa Rotaract Club. District Governor Katie Burke, Assistant Governor Drew Antrobus and RCOS President Terry Roman presided over the enjoyable and motivating evening. View photos..

Ledbury Banff Community Scholarship Program is an exceptional program founded and directed by Michael Small. RCOS raised money at our annual Round-up for Literacy event and contributed two $500 scholarships. Committee Chair Maria Saracino and Club President Terry Roman presented the cheque.

The RCOS was chartered in June 1967 specifically to serve the needs of the swiftly growing community in the southern part of the National Capital Region.