Mayor Joanne Vanderheyden and Strathroy Rotary Club President Fraser Macdonald officially kick off the All Wheels Park project to be located at the Fair Grounds. The Strathroy Rotary Club has committed $200,000 towards the project. Work is expected to start next summer with completion in early fall.​​​​​​

Congratulations Michael Pascoe!

Most often the recipient is a member within the club, but this year’s winner is a resident of Strathroy. 

As a global network that strives to build a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change, Rotary values diversity and celebrates the contributions of people of all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, colour, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Rotary cultivates a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture in which people from underrepresented groups have greater opportunities to participate as members and leaders.

Strathroy Rotary has teamed up with the St. Clair Conservation Authority to fund this project to redirect the run off and fix the berm erosion so bikes can safely go up and down.
Pictured here are the repairs made next to the wooden stairs.
Rotary also collaborated with the Municipality and a private donor to help finance the cost of the trail repair that was requiring branches being trimmed back and new chip dust being laid along a privately owned farm field.
Admiring another successful collaborative project!
Pictured here from the left;
Rob Lilbourne - Strathroy-Caradoc Parks & Recreation 
Greg Wilcox - St. Clair Conservation Authority 
Art Kaster - Strathroy Rotary Club.
Thanks everyone!
 Our exchange student Gustas Dementavicius academic
year may have been cut short by
Covid-19 but he was still able to
receive his final academic award virtually!
Gustas maintained an average over 80%
in the 2019/20 academic year.
Watch Mr. Marinelli, Principal of Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, vitually present to Gustas the Principal's Honour Society Award.
Assisting with the presentation is Rotarian Brian Anderson, Youth Exchange Counsellor.
Jennifer E. Jones to become Rotary International’s President for 2022-23
  Jennifer E. Jones, a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, (District   6400) has been nominated to become Rotary International’s President for 2022-23, a selection that will make her the first woman to hold that office in the organization’s 115-year history.
  A current Rotary Foundation trustee, Jones has been a member since 1997 and has served Rotary as   vice president, director, training leader, committee chair, moderator, and district governor.
The Rotary Club of Strathroy Memorial Trail is just steps away from our downtown area.  It meanders through the municipality allowing those taking advantage of it to enjoy nature at it’s best. 
The trail, on the south and north ends of Strathroy, connects with the Conservation Authority's trail system creating a city-wide public trail system.  The trail begins just east of the corner of Albert St. and Carrie St, and extends all the way through town, continuing through the Conservation Area and up to Second Street. 
Fraser Macdonald
Welcome to a new Rotary Year!
The past year and a half have been difficult for Strathroy Rotarians as we have navigated a global pandemic.
It has been particularly tough to maintain the strong sense of fellowship we strive for and
have become known for here in Strathroy-Caradoc.
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