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The Rotary Club of Peterborough is an organization of change-makers and city-builders. 

From our earliest beginnings in 1921 as one of the first Rotary Clubs in Canada to currently planning to celebrate our centennial anniversary, the Club has sought to connect leaders from diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas, share interests and take action on many of our toughest social challenges. 

For nearly one hundred years, Rotarians have played instrumental roles in building Peterborough from helping to establish and grow Camp Kawartha to the construction of the Rotary Greenway Trail, Rotarians have shown incredible leadership and vision in building our city. 

But their reach extends far beyond Peterborough. We have contributed to the global “Polio Plus Eradication” program and helped people in impoverished countries around the world with educational and female empowerment  partnership programs.