President's Message
Being part of Rotary is being part of a global community.
With a network of over 35 000 clubs in 200 countries, Rotarians, together, continue to actively serve their local communities and beyond, in fighting diseases, supporting mothers and children, improving sanitation and promoting peace and education.
In our club, we are a tight knit team of volunteers, working hand in hand with the local community to raise funds, support charities and serve those most in need.   
We hold our doors wide open to all those who are looking for a warm and congenial community and are interested in volunteering opportunities. Our weekly meeting is a great place to make new friends, meet old ones, share ideas and catch up on the local news. 
Émile Gallant
UPEI Chancellor
April 2024 - Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty member and former Canadian Senator Diane Griffin was installed as Chancellor of the University of Prince Edward Island. 
Rotarians on hand for the ceremony included, L-R, Ouma Cuniah, Diane MacKay, Patricia Diaz, Chancellor Diane Griffin, John Barrett, Laura-Lee Lewis, Myron MacKay, David Harrison, and missing from the photo are Jim Randall and James Macnutt.
Tom Wilkinson Rotary Scholarship
Jan. 2024 - President Emile Gallant of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty, Left, presents long-time Island educator Tom Wilkinson, Right, with a certificate establishing the new Tom Wilkinson Rotary Scholarship for a graduating student from Colonel Gray High School in Charlottetown, where Wilkinson was principal for a decade. 
For more information or to donate to this scholarship, click here
Mentor Award
Nov. 2023 - Roxanne Carter-Thompson is the recipient of the 2023-24 Mentor Award. She was presented the award at a special Mentor Award  Dinner evening by Vice-President Glenn Trueman.
The Mentor Award honours a member of the Island Community who, through exemplary contributions and service to society, fulfills the distinction of being a mentor to our club, its members and society as a whole. To find out more about the Mentor Award, click here.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation Golf Day
June 2023 - The 20th Annual Harry MacLauchlan Memorial 'Great Day for Health' Golf Tournament raised over $60,000 for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, which raises the overall total to over $1 Million!
A winner for the tournament could not be declared because after two hours of  play a thunder storm came in and put a stop to it.
Pictured L-R - Wade MacLauchlan and Brenda MacLauchlan (representing the MacLauchlan family), Mike Hennessey (RCCR Golf Committee Co-chair), John Gaudet (QEH Foundation Chair), and Jamie Currie (RCCR Golf Committee Co-chair).
Roadside Cleanup
May 2023 - Members of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty participated in the Roadside Cleanup.
Easter Seals Ambassadors
May 2023 - At a May meeting we were delighted to have a visit from the 2023 Easter Seals Ambassadors, Meghan and Katelyn.
RCCR President Yolande Murphy with Meghan and Katelyn Rogers, the 2023 Easter Seals Ambassadors.
Holland College Business Plans Awards
May 2023 - Each year the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty presents awards for the best business plans developed by students in the Holland College Business Administration program.
The 1st place award went to students pictured above L-R Tanner Ogg, Mikayla Corney, Jennifer Gorveatt and Shannon Watson (missing from photo) for their business plan of a 'Cat Cafe' in Charlottetown. Cat cafes are popular in some Asian countries. 
QEH Endoscopy Dept. Tour
April, 2023 - The QEH Golf committee of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty toured the Endoscopy Dept. of the Q.E. Hospital recently.

The committee is standing around the Electrocautery machine, which is used to cauterize polyps to help prevent further advancement of cancer and reduce colon cancer rates. 

This single piece of equipment costs $64,000. Funds raised from our Rotary golf tournament on June 16th, 2022 will be used to purchase  a new unit similar to this one.
In the picture ( left to right)  Gary Conohan, Ted VanLunen, Mike Hennessey, Brooke Brehaut, Jamie Currie, Myron MacKay
Creative Writing Awards for Young People
April 2023 - The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty is the titled sponsor of the Creative Writing Awards for Young People.  Seen here is Rotarian Bob Gray (right) presenting a cheque to the Executive Director of the PEI Writers' Guild, Shawn Hogan.
The Creative Writing Awards for Young People, an annual event of the PEI Writers' Guild, will take place in May, 2023.
Rotary Youth Parliament
April, 2023 - The Rotary Club of Charlottetown and the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty jointly sponsored and and organized this year's Rotary Youth Parliament.
The Youth Parliament is an annual event (postponed during the Covid-19 years) that enables senior high school students to participate in a mock-parliament.  They debate relavent, current topics which they, themselves, have developed.
Canada Winter Games Volunteers
March, 2023 - Some of the (several) club members who volunteered for the 2023 Canada Winter Games held in Prince Edward Island.
2022-23 Mentor Award
Nov. 2022 - The recipient of the 2022-23 Mentor Award is Rosemary Curley, a mentor to naturalists and biologists.
In the fall of each year, the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty honours a member of the Island Community who through exemplary contributions and service to society fulfills the distinction of being a mentor to our club, its members and society as a whole.
QEH Foundation Golf Tournament
June, 2022 - Over $100,000 was raised in the 19th annual Harry MacLauchlan Memorial 'Great Day Fore Health' golf tournament.  The tournament, a Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty project and sponsored by Fair Isle Ford, raises funds for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.
Members of the winning team this year, representing Kreative Acres, are from left Chris Linzel-Waddell, Chris McQuillan, Lucas Arsenault, and Thane Hansen.
Service Above Self
Club meetings

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Charlottetown Library Learning Centre
Dominion Building
97 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE C1A 4A9
Use back entrance (door facing Pownal Street)
President Emile Gallant
Jun 26, 2024
End of Rotary Year - Year-end report.
June 2024
Areas of Focus
Rotary is dedicated to causes that build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world
Rotary Ad Supplement 
For the past 37 years the club has produced a photographic directory of local businesses and community services, the Faces of the Island, distributed throughout the province and reaching every Island home and business.  
This year's edition, sent out to 50,000 homes and businesses by Canada Post.
Visit our Faces of the Island page to sign up for an advertisement and be included in the 2025 edition. 100% of the net proceeds of this project go towards community service.
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Community Service Director
Vocational Services Director
International Service
New Generations/Youth Service Director