Recent Club News
 
As we pass the halfway mark in the Rotary year, President Godfred shares some reflections on the last three months and what to look forward to in the next three. Click Read more to see more important links.
 
Rotary Vocational Service Month shines a light on the profound impact of professional diversity in Rotary Clubs worldwide. Contrary to common myths, modern Rotary Clubs aren't limited to traditional professions or restricted to one representative per vocation. This post explores the essence of Vocational Service Month and how a diverse range of professions, from Actuarial Consulting to Transportation, enriches Rotary's mission.
As the festive season lights up our hearts, the Rotary Club, in collaboration with compassionate local businesses like Dylan's NOFRILLS in Spryfield, embarked on a mission to deliver hope and joy to families in need and individuals confined to their homes in the Halifax area.
 

Welcome to Disease Prevention and Treatment Month. Rotarians are passionate about battling diseases because we believe every human has the right to basic health care. Unfortunately, more than 400 million people lack access to or cannot afford this essential care. Rotarians and their partners have a proven track record in the fight against diseases.

From Our Facebook Page
 
Coming Up
Speakers
Frank Palmero
Mar 22, 2024
Let’s change the trajectory of Halifax and Nova Scotia, Light Rail Public Transit
John Pearce, Rotoract Club President
Mar 29, 2024
Update on the great work being done by the club
 
Halifax Harbour Rotary has a ShelterBox Canada team fundraising page.Tax receipts are issued for donations of $20 or more.
 
We use QuestionPro
Apart from the free survey software, we also have access to QuestionPro's free survey templates. We've found many of them useful and powerful to collect insights from various stakeholders of our organization.
We acknowledge that our club is in Mi'kma'ki, the traditional and ancestral territory of the Mi'kmaq people. We recognize the peace and friendship treaties signed between the British Crown and the Mi'kmaq from 1760 to 1769. We are all treaty people and we have rights and responsibilities as Mi'kmaq and settlers alike.
 
 
 
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Halifax Harbour

We meet In Person & Online
Fridays at 7:15 a.m.
Westin Nova Scotian
1181 Hollis St
Halifax, NS B3B 2P6
Canada
We meet in person and online. Please refer to our meeting info page for all the details: https://rotaryhalifaxharbour.ca/page/friday-morning-meeting-information
Executive & Board
President
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Community Service Director
International Service Director
Rotary Programs Director
Membership Director
Public Relations/Image Director
Director-At-Large