Meeting Attendance

Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
President Elect
Past President
Director-Community Service
Director-Vocational services
Director-club services
Director-New generations
Vice- Chair
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cobourg
The social event of 2018 is SOLD OUT!
On February 2 we will once again be presenting our annual Sportsman's Night at the Cobourg Lions Community Centre.  This year's dinner, dance and live/silent auction theme will be Under The Tuscan Sun
Tickets are sold out, however, we have a waiting list should there be cancellations.
For those attending (or wishing they were), you can view the amazing menu here.
Tickets are $175/person. (You will receive a charitable tax receipt for a portion of the ticket price)
Follow us on Facebook to see some of the great auction items.
On July 14th, 2017, members of the Rotary Club of Cobourg attended the Northumberland Hills Hospital to officially recognize Cobourg Rotary Way along the south side of the hospital. The Club's recent commitment of $300,000 for cardiac monitors and telemetry is part of our ongoing investment in the community.

Emma and Julia MogusOn April 12th we were fortunate to have Julia and Emma Mogus at our meeting to tell us about their efforts to promote literacy through their Books With No Bounds project. You can read about the meeting details on our public site. Following is a letter we received from the sisters after our Literacy Committee contributed $1,500 to the effort.

Please read their letter and see what these amazing young women are doing with our donation to improve the lives of First Nations children.

In a recent letter to the editor – “Where’s the positive economic impact?” - a local resident asked, “while you’re at it, please let me know how much Cobourg reaps from the Ribfest”.  Cobourg Rotarian Bill Johnson penned the following response.

Events such as Ribfest, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cobourg help raise a lot of money. Money that has gone towards The Gordon King Centre; the Northumberland Hills Hospital; and most recently, the new Cobourg Community Centre to which Cobourg Rotary has recently pledged $300,000. These three Cobourg projects alone have seen Cobourg Rotary donate over one million dollars to these important town projects.
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