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Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.

The Rotary Club of Miramichi, Club 6346, located in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada, received it’s charter on June 7, 1943. Our first president was Perley E. Roy.

The Rotary Club of Miramichi received Letters patent under the Companies Act of New Brunswick in 2008.

Club meetings are held at 12 noon on Wednesdays at Howard Johnson Inn & Suites, 1 Jane Street, Miramichi, New Brunswick.

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The Rotary Club of Miramichi recently presented a cheque for $15,800 to Miramichi Youth House Inc., as the main beneficiary from this years RibFest.  These funds will be used to get the Youth Resource Center, located in the former St Andrews School, off the ground.  This community-based and community-raised project will be an accessible, holistic and safe space for youth aged 13-25 to create, exercise and design community.  The space will address the conditions that create community exclusion and outmigration of our youth.  This project has been identified as an important resource for youth mental health.  Rotary appreciates the support of our sponsors and the public for RibFest. 

Pictured in the photo are LtoR Catherine Flett (Rotarian RibFest Chair), Michael Mersereau (Rotary Club President), Samantha Fairweather (MYH Executive Director), and Lindsey Fanjoy (MYH Manager).

Miramichi Youth House Inc. is a local community-based not-for-profit in the Miramichi area providing housing solutions to adults and youth.  They believe action is needed to create safe and secure environments for all youth, by providing opportunities to grow positively within their family, their community, and their school.  

For more information about the Miramichi Youth House, please check out their website and Facebook page.
https://www.miramichiyouthhouse.com/
https://www.facebook.com/MiramichiYouthHouse

The Rotary Club of Miramichi recently presented a cheque for $15,800 to Miramichi Youth House Inc., as the main beneficiary from this year's RibFest. These funds will be used to get the Youth Resource Center, located in the former St Andrews School, off the ground. This community-based and community-raised project will be an accessible, holistic and safe space for youth aged 13-25 to create, exercise and design community. The space will address the conditions that create community exclusion and outmigration of our youth. This project has been identified as an important resource for youth mental health. Rotary appreciates the support of our sponsors and the public for RibFest.

Pictured in the photo are LtoR Catherine Flett (Rotarian RibFest Chair), Michael Mersereau (Rotary Club President), Samantha Fairweather (MYH Executive Director), and Lindsey Fanjoy (MYH Manager).

Miramichi Youth House Inc. is a local community-based not-for-profit in the Miramichi area providing housing solutions to adults and youth. They believe action is needed to create safe and secure environments for all youth, by providing opportunities to grow positively within their family, their community, and their school.

For more information about the Miramichi Youth House, please check out their website and Facebook page.
www.miramichiyouthhouse.com/
Miramichi Youth House Inc., as the main bene
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Great effort Catherine and committee!

In June our club members had the pleasure of a Zoom presentation by Ashley Brooks, coordinator for the Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module (IRAM).  The IRAM program is offered by the Joint Economic Development Initiative Inc. (JEDI).  Education is provided in IRAM for Management and Staff on the history of Indigenous peoples and how to implement reconciliation within their workplace to foster Indigenous inclusion in New Brunswicks economy.  JEDI helps participating organizations to understand Indigenous history in Canada and facilitate discussions on reconciliation so they can be more effective in communications and interactions with Indigenous peoples. The module is 1.5 days of in-person training, or 4 webinar sessions of 2.5 hours each, that can be delivered at your convenience.  The module includes: 
KAIROS Blanket Exercise™ - A unique and participatory history lesson developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers, and educators that fosters truth, understanding, respect, and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.  One Full-Day Training Session or 4 Webinar Sessions - Covers the historical background of Indigenous peoples and reconciliation awareness training which includes discussion surrounding the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Calls to Action and reconciliation in the workplace.
This program was created by the team at JEDI in partnership with Indigenous elders, Residential School Survivors, Residential School Survivor Support Workers, and cultural awareness delivery providers.  It has been designed with a focus on the Atlantic region of Canada and reconciliation within this region.
For more information on how to be involved, please see:
http://jedinb.ca/iram
https://www.facebook.com/JEDINB
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In June our club members had the pleasure of a Zoom presentation by Ashley Brooks, coordinator for the Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module (IRAM). The IRAM program is offered by the Joint Economic Development Initiative Inc. (JEDI). Education is provided in IRAM for Management and Staff on the history of Indigenous peoples and how to implement reconciliation within their workplace to foster Indigenous inclusion in New Brunswick's economy. JEDI helps participating organizations to understand Indigenous history in Canada and facilitate discussions on reconciliation so they can be more effective in communications and interactions with Indigenous peoples. The module is 1.5 days of in-person training, or 4 webinar sessions of 2.5 hours each, that can be delivered at your convenience. The module includes:
KAIROS Blanket Exercise™ - A unique and participatory history lesson developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers, and educators that fosters truth, understanding, respect, and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples. One Full-Day Training Session or 4 Webinar Sessions - Covers the historical background of Indigenous peoples and reconciliation awareness training which includes discussion surrounding the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action and reconciliation in the workplace.
This program was created by the team at JEDI in partnership with Indigenous elders, Residential School Survivors, Residential School Survivor Support Workers, and cultural awareness delivery providers. It has been designed with a focus on the Atlantic region of Canada and reconciliation within this region.
For more information on how to be involved, please see:
jedinb.ca/iram
Joint Economic Development Init
twitter.com/jedinews
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Rotary Polio Tulips are once again available for order taking

The cost per box of 25 tulip bulbs is $25.00 which includes tax and delivery. Shipment to arrive in Sept-Oct per our hardiness zone. Height 16-18″. Bulb size:12 cm+. These SOLD OUT prior to the deadline last year. Please contact Catherine Flett at Catherine.Flett@xerox.com on or before July 21st if you would like to support Rotary’s continued efforts in polio eradication. We will accept etransfers or arrange for cash pickup while maintaining safe social distancing measures. Pictures are of the Rotary Polio tulips planted by members in Miramichi.Image attachmentImage attachment

Rotary Polio Tulips are once again available for order taking

The cost per box of 25 tulip bulbs is $25.00 which includes tax and delivery. Shipment to arrive in Sept-Oct per our hardiness zone. Height 16-18″. Bulb size:12 cm+. These SOLD OUT prior to the deadline last year. Please contact Catherine Flett at Catherine.Flett@xerox.com on or before July 21st if you would like to support Rotary’s continued efforts in polio eradication. We will accept etransfers or arrange for cash pickup while maintaining safe social distancing measures. Pictures are of the Rotary Polio tulips planted by members in Miramichi.
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