About Our Club

One of the most difficult tasks that our Club President has each year is to appoint a “Rotarian of the Year”.  Since 1996-97; we have awarded “The Ernie Everingham Commemorative President’s Trophy” to a hard working individual within the Club.  The plaque was given to us by a past member, Ernie Everingham who because of retirement transferred his membership after many years in Brighton, to a different club closer to his home.

LIST OF PAST ROTARIAN OF THE YEAR WINNERS

 
97/98
Gord Andrews
98/99
Jose Richter
99/00
Jim Ingram
00/01
Debbie Gorham
01/02
Brian Todd
02/03
Gary Cooper
03/04
Jerry Howard
04/05
Bruce Davis
05/06
Ruth Kerr
06/07
Steve Blakey
07/08
Patty Parmentier
08/09
Michael Thompson
09/10
Brian Todd
10/11
Dan Thompson
11/12
13/14
15/16
17/18
19/20
21/22
Chris Reed
Murray Workman
Bob Burke
Murray Workman
Joyce Cassin
Steve Blakey
12/13
14/15
16/17
18/19
20/21
22/23
Bob Rudkin
Victoria Parker
Rudy Wagner
Chris Reed
Liesje Wagner
Steve Blakey
 
 
All Rotary clubs aim to serve their community and those in need throughout the world. Through club service projects, members learn more about local and international issues, and can volunteer their time and talents where they are most needed. 
 
Club meetings give members the opportunity to build friendships, enrich their professional and personal knowledge, and meet other business leaders in their community. Club meeting times vary to accommodate members' family and professional commitments. Some clubs meet at lunchtime, while others meet in the early morning, after work, or in the evening. 
 
Members are welcome to attend meetings at any Rotary club -- a practice that guarantees Rotarians a warm welcome in communities around the world. You can even meet online through a Rotary e-club