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Corner Brook

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:30 PM
Glynmill Inn
1B Cobb Ln,
Corner Brook, NL A2H2V3
Fall in-person lunch meetings to be held biweekly starting Thursday September 17 2020 at Glymill Inn at 12.30pm. Visiting Rotarians call 709-634-3789 to check.
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Rotary Club of Corner Brook sponsored university student Kate Sanders to perform in CB Nuit on September18-20 2020.This Corner Brook musical theatre student studying at St. Lawrence College, Brockville, performed  on each evening of the CB Nuit Virtual Festival. In each intuitive dance performance she selected random emotions that corresponded to a feeling or piece of music and immediately created an intuitive dance using her own choreography. Each performance was different and it was compelling to watch her interpretation.  The Club is proud to have sponsored such a talented and creative artist and we wish her well in her future career
On July 5th, three  members of the Deer Lake RCMP (Cpl. Elizabeth Lodge, Cst. Guy Boudreau and  Rotarian Cst. Jensen Stanley)  hiked Gros Morne on one of their days off. However, Cpl. Lodge had always expressed an interest in wearing the red Serge at the top of Gros Morne. 
There was no way Cst. Boudreau and Cst. Stanley were going to miss out on the chance to wear their  red Serges with pride in one of the most beautiful locations in the Country.  This they all did. Thanks to Jensen for this iconic photo 

Dear Community Face Mask Sewers

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Corner Brook I want to thank you for your significant contribution to the club’s project to provide face masks, for use at a senior’s home. Due to the urgent need at the time, your willingness to rush the making of the masks is greatly appreciated and no doubt helped in keeping the cases of covid-19 lower than otherwise possible.

The project provided our club with over $17,00.00, allowing us to support annual programs of the club such as Sea Cadets, Music Festival, Adventure in Citizenship and Rotary Arts Centre and Kids Eat Smart to name just a few. In fact, without this successful project we would not have been able to support our programs in the coming year.

Once again, our thanks for your willing support of these local programs which otherwise would have been a significant loss to our community.


Martin Steele on behalf of the Rotary Club of Corner Brook

At the Rotary Lunch meeting on August 6 2020, David Smallwood of the  Rotary Arts Centre received a cheque from Rotary Club President  Chris Healey. This is the annual donation given by the Club  to support the Rotary Arts Centre and the Arts in Corner Brook.
In July, Rotary Clubs in Districts 7820 and 7810 sold boxes of tulip bulbs provided by Vesey Seeds, PEI. Monies made will be given to the End Polio Now Fund to help eradicate world polio. The Corner Brook Club was one of the best  district sellers with 164 boxes sold. Bulbs will be received in September and planted on or before World Polio Day, October 24th.
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