Gus Pantazis, owner of Global Donuts receives a Community Paul Harris Fellow pin and certificate from Rotarians Nancy Dease and Chris Cooke.
Gus offered donut fund raisers to support local Rotary projects; and, has offered similar fund raising efforts supporting many groups and charities
in the Sarnia-Lambton area.
Friend of Rotary, Kathy Kinchen receives a Community Paul Harris Fellow pin and certificate from Rotarians Marie Watson and Nancy Dease.
Kathy has supported many Rotary events over the years and has been very involved in the Rotary Meat Raffles that support a local women's
hockey team.
The club is a member charity that shares in the funds raised by Jackpot City.  
Funds raised helps our club to support local non-profit groups.
Click on the title "Jackpot City Helps Rotary" above to see the 
non-profit groups recently supported in Spring 2022.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland is in year two of a three year commitment with Habitat for Humanity Sarnia-Lambton.  The commitment involves annual financial support of $5000 for each of the three years with the funds being directed entirely to the build activities.  Club involvement includes build day activities on the site of a new home.  The image above was taken upon completion of our first build day in Petrolia where our task was to install the siding on the home.  It was a great day for the happy and tired Sarnia Bluewaterland Team.  The neighbourhood knew our club was on site with our “Rotary at Work” signs and club banners.
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We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
John"s Restaurant
1643 London Line
Sarnia, ON N7W 1A9
(226) 349-3524
Each Wednesday of the month EXCEPT the First at 7:00 AM
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President