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Mark is an avid Rotarian, long time professional guitarist and owner of Muskoka Graphics in Gravenhurst. Mark can be credited for building many web solutions for Muskoka Businesses and international recording stars as well as many projects for design and print. Mark joined Rotary in 2009 and has been a member of the board for almost from the begining. Serving currently as Past President of the Gravenhurst club for 2014-2015. By chance Mark also built this website...

Rotary Sponsored Baseball Teams

So much fun to see the young ones playing baseball, be it Tee Ball or Mosquito league. Our club is sponsoring two teams this summer.  A few members came out to a game for photo op (see attached)…great to have the kids sporting Rotary t-shirts. Please try and make time to attend some of these games and cheer on “our …

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This Year’s Rotary Outgoing Excahange Student Selected!

Ayla Robson , aged 17, from GHS has been selected by our Rotary Club as our outgoing exchange student.  She is most excited about being able to live an entire year in Brazil.  Her mother, Krista Havenaar, a new Rotarian had also been selected as a Rotary exchange student years ago and had selected Brazil; the entire family is excited …

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Gravenhrst Rotary Honours local RYLA students

RYLA   (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) encourages leadership in youth by selecting students to attend an all-expense paid camp where they are inspired by a diverse group of exceptional speakers , make lifelong friends and discuss ethical and social issues of today. Our Gravenhurst Rotary Club has been excited by the calibre of students selected over the years to represent not …

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New Member Update

Our Rotary Club is delighted to welcome a long-awaited new member; Mary Cook Mary’s family has been associated with Rotary for many years, with her father Frank being a long-time Gravenhurst Rotarian and her entire family committed to the values Rotary holds dear. Our International Student Exchange has been a large aspect of our club over the years with Mary’s …

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Gravenhurst Rotary Honours New Paul Harris Recipients

The awarding of a Paul Harris Award is the highest form of recognition within Rotary.  It is with great respect that our Rotary Club of Gravenhurst honours Penny Varney, Gord Adams, Linda Harrison and Stuart Morley , all of Gravenhurst, with this esteemed award. Great work within our community and abroad was the common thread in the introductions of these …

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35 Annual Gravenhurst Rotary Auction

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29th 2015 On Cogeco Community Cable 10 Welcome to the 35th edition of our Gravenhurst Rotary TV Auction. Times have certainly changed in those 35 years. Technology is changing as we speak and allows us to make many improvements in the way we deliver the auction to you. Our TV Auction has now become a TV / Internet Auction and many of you …

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Project Pathway 50% Completed!

Gull Lake Rotary Park With Project Pathway well into it’s first year, we have sold and completed almost 250 stones with close to 150 already installed in Rotary Gull Lake Park in Gravenhurst For a $100 contribution your family name will be prominently displayed on a 12”x 12” concrete pathway stone. The stones will be handmade by teams of Rotarian’s and …

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Presidents Night 2015

President Mark Wigston handing off the Gavel this year at President’s night which see’s a new Rotary year begin and a new president taking the reigns for the year.  This year saw several well deserved Paul Harris Awards going to our President which is a tradition in our club and to Richard Augustine for his incredible and long teenier as …

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Junior Achievement – Classification Talks

At our meeting on June 01 the Rotary Club heard the classification speeches from our newest members, Helen West and Graeme Murray.  Each member of our club is provided an opportunity to tell us a bit about their lives and how they got to where they are.  It’s a fantastic way to find common ground with other club members to build …

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Project Pathway

Gull Lake Rotary Park For a $100 contribution your family name will be prominently displayed on a 12”x 12” concrete pathway stone. The stones will be handmade by teams of Rotarian’s and inscribed with chosen names of donors. Rotary is asking you as a supporter to create a long-time family memory and honour your family with a prominent place in the history …

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