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Remembering Jewish Salonica

Albert Bourla's story of how his parents survived the Holocaust provides a vivid picture of the Jewish experience in Thessaloniki. His story has important lessons today for all of us in our very troubled world.

Second woman nominated as Rotary International president

Second woman nominated as Rotary International presidentEVANSTON, Ill. (January 24, 2023) — Stephanie Urchick, member of the Rotary Club of McMurray, PA, USA, will become the second woman to take office as president of

Leveraging expertise: Shelterbox

ShelterBox: A desire to help, a global relief partner, opportunities to respond after disastersShelterBox, an internationally known disaster relief organization and one of Rotary's key partners, originated as a Rotary club

6 Rotary members honored as People of Action: Champions of Inclusion

6 Rotary members honored as People of Action: Champions of InclusionTheir commitment shows how inclusion makes an

Expand our reach: a conversation with Katey Halliday

Expand our Reach: A Conversation with Katey HallidayMeet Katey Halliday. A member of the Rotary Club of Adelaide Light, Australia, and a charter member of the Rotaract Club of Adelaide City, Halliday serves on Rotary's Diversity, Equity,

Ottawa South

SERVICE ABOVE SELF

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:30 PM
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1029 Dazé Street
Ottawa, ON K1V 2G3
Canada
Mainly online meetings with monthly in-person meetings at KS on the Keys. We wish to acknowledge that we meet on the traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg people.
Home Page Stories
For many years, Rotary Club Ottawa South (RCOS) has participated in the City of Ottawa's Cleaning Up the Capital initiative. Due to COVID, it was rather delayed this year, but several members hit the streets around the Ottawa Rotary Home this past Saturday. Guess what we found...
The purpose of the Ugandan Girls’ Education Project project is to enable 20 girls in a rural community in Uganda (near Mbarara) to continue their education by providing accommodation, food and schooling at Birere Secondary School.  This project emphasizes TRF’s goal of Basic Education and Literacy.  Secondary emphasis on Water and Sanitation, Disease Prevention and Treatment, and Peace and Conflict Resolution.
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