Recent Club News
We are thrilled to announce that our very own Chris Hornberger has been selected as the District Governor for the Rotary year 2026-2027. This prestigious selection comes after an extensive and rigorous process by the District Nominating Committee. Chris, a member of the Rotary Club of Halifax Harbour since 2015, exemplifies the vision of Rotary in District 7815: “To inspire diversity, collaboration, friendship, and service.”
On June 8, the Rotary Club of Halifax Harbour gathered on the side of a hill in Bedford, surrounded by the natural beauty of our community. Rotarians, friends, and family members, despite the damp weather, joined hands to plant 1000 trees. This event was not just about planting trees; it was a testament to our club's enduring commitment to the environment and the power of fellowship.
This past April 6, Joseph Howe School proudly hosted a pivotal gathering dedicated to enhancing the school’s food programs. The Food Summit brought together 27 attendees from diverse backgrounds, including Joseph Howe School (JHS) leadership and staff, community partners, and dedicated volunteers. This event was made possible through the collaboration of organizations such as Nourish Nova Scotia, Schools Plus, Parker Street Food Bank and Furniture Clinic, Rotary Club of Halifax Harbour, Partners Assisting Local Schools (PALS), HRCE, Praxius, Coalition for Healthy School Food, YouthNet, and Loaded Ladle.
This April, Rotary Halifax Harbour members rolled up their sleeves for a cause that goes beyond mere gardening—it's about growing community resilience and addressing food security. On a crisp Sunday morning, April 21, 2024, about 15 dedicated members gathered at Parker Street Food & Furniture Bank in the north end of Halifax. Their mission was simple yet impactful: install a vegetable garden to help the center grow fresh produce. Read on to see pictures...
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.
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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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