Our Club

Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary Club is an energetic, compassionate, fun-loving and hard-working organization. Chartered in 1938, the Club has earned its long-standing position of respect in our community through its consistent benevolent work. 

Ours is one of 59 clubs in Rotary District 6330 - an international district comprising 40 Canadian clubs located throughout southwestern Ontario and the Bruce Peninsula, as well as 17 American clubs in Eastern Michigan and 2 online clubs.

We meet twice monthly in hybrid meetings - in person at the St. George's Anglican Church hall with a ZOOM link for those who cannot attend in person. Meetings are always active and interesting, including a healthy mix of serious "Rotary Business" as well as lots of good fun and fellowship.

Our current club priorities are focused around the theme of KINDNESS which is aligned with the Rotary Internationsl theme of "Serve to Change Lives". Small ordinary acts of kindness in every day life can have a significant and outsized effect on the receiver...we must never underestimate how valued our small kindness might be by the receiver, nor should we underestimate its positive effect on own mental and physical well-being as the 'doer'. As part of this focus on kindness, our priorities for the year are:

  • Diversity, equity and inclusion in our membership and through our service projects locally and internationally

  • Peace, by contributing to the building of a kinder world

  • Protecting the environment for the benefit of future generations and all living things


We have five avenues of service:

Club Service: Attends to the day to day administrations of the well being of our members and club.

Community Service: Plans and implements projects that affect our local community, as selected by either the club or the committee.

Indigenous Relations and Awareness: Plans and leads club members in all club projects and activities surrounding the development of understanding and awareness of Canada's Indigenous Peoples among our members and community leading to beneficial inter-community relations. 

International Service: Plans and implements projects that affect our international community, as selected by either the club or the committee.

Youth Service: Oversees all projects dealing with youth -- from Rotary Youth Exchange to school prizes and student seminars.

Club Information

We Believe in Kindness

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 PM
In person at St George's Anglican Church & on Zoom
166 Russell Street East
Parish hall
Clarksburg, Town of the Blue Mountains, ON N0H 1J0
1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm for social and meeting at 7:00pm. Meetings are also accessible via Zoom link for those who cannot attend in person. Zoom link available on Calendar event listing or request from info@tcrotary.ca.
Club Executives & Directors
Past President
Club Administration
Community Service
International Service
Public Image/ Relations
Youth Exchange Counsellor
Youth Exchange Officer
Indigenous Relations