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(Photos by Rotarian Nick)
 
What's a breakfast club without muffins? Rotary Club of North Muskoka members put their pastry skills to the test with a virtual muffin-making workshop hosted by Rotarian, and former Soul Sistas Restaurant and Cafe owner, Lorraine for a fun meeting activity in March. But how did they turn out?
 
Rotary Club of North Muskoka members welcomed Rotarian Steve Medley, governor-elect for Rotary District 7010, in April.
 
He noted he planned to visit all the clubs in the district, which included attending one of our virtual meetings, to learn what each club was up to, and how they were adapting to serve their communities, and members, in these difficult days. 
 
"No two clubs are the same," said Steve. "Although we believe in the same (objectives), we all do things differently."
 
We shared some of our club's recent initiatives, like our ongoing Muskoka Roastery coffee sales to raise funds for youth social, leadership and nutrition programs, plus our support for the Rotaract Club of Muskoka's Earth Day native tree sales, and more. 
 
Steve also encouraged Rotarians to visit the Rotary District 7010 website to see an agenda for the upcoming virtual Rotary Weekend, a collaborative networking and workshop weekend for Rotarians to learn new skills and meet their fellow humanitarians. 
 
 
 
The Rotaract Club of Muskoka is selling native white pine, white spruce, silver maple and white oak trees for $15 each and has partnered with area Rotary clubs, like our Rotary Club of North Muskoka, to offer pickup locations across Muskoka.

Proceeds support area food banks, including the Table Soup Kitchen in Huntsville.

"Our goal is to help nurture our environment by planting more trees in Muskoka as well as supporting our community, and those who may be in need due to the increase in job loss due to Covid-19," says the Rotaract club.

For more information and to place an order visit rotaractmuskoka.com/recent-events and follow the instructions.

Order deadline is April 16, 2021.

#TreeFundraiser #MuskokaRotaractClub #Muskoka #GiveBack #MuskokaCommunity
 
High market prices, low rental vacancy rates, and demand on the rise as more people relocate from cities to smaller communities like Huntsville. The housing crisis in Huntsville, Muskoka and Ontario is on everyone's mind. And our club asked Huntsville deputy mayor Nancy Alcock, chair of the town's planning committee, to share her perspective and what solutions are on the table.
(President Cara meets some of the goats at Sky River Farm in Utterson. Photo courtesy President Cara)
 
Rotary Club of North Muskoka members welcomed Angee Pell, founder of Sky River Meadows in Utterson, as a guest speaker in January.
And here's what we learned ...
(31 Dairy Lane, Huntsville. Photo by Rotary Club of North Muskoka)
 
The Rotary Club of North Muskoka and its partners thank contestants, community members, volunteers and sponsors for contributing to a successful Santa's Light Up the Night Contest and Tour in 2020 ...
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