Club meetings

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Quality Inn
150 Euston Street
Charlottetown, PE C1A 1W5
In-person meetings every second Tuesday, Zoom meetings every second Wednesday
Bob Gray to chair meeting
Jun 16, 2021
Youth Awards
Mary Gallant
Jun 22, 2021
Glenaladale Heritage Trust
Ouma Cuniah
Jun 30, 2021
President’s Annual Report
June 2021
2020-21 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. 
Welcome to our club!
April 2021 - Bob Gray from the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty presented a cheque to Julie McCabe for the Inner City Youth Skills Camp for 2021. This annual funding provides an opportunity for young people who ordinarily would not be able to go to a camp in the summer, and the Rotarians are  always happy to be able to support it.
Premier's State of the Province Address
On Feb. 22, 2021, Premier Dennis King presented the Premier's State of the Province Address. This annual Rotary event is normally a dinner and Premier's address to the Rotary Clubs of P.E.I., however this year, due to Covid-19, it was delivered over the government's Facebook and Youtube channels to all Islanders. The event was hosted this year by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty, with club president Ouma Cuniah giving opening remarks and thanking the premier afterwards.
Stationary Bikes for St. Jean Elementary
Feb. 2021 - Our club approved the purchase of six stationary spin bikes for St. Jean Elementary.  These bikes will be used as part of the school's Flexible Learning Centre, which helps students learn ways to self-regulate themselves in a safe and supportive environment. The goal is to reduce challenging behaviours, improve social interaction and academic success.
In the photo, Past President Gary Conohan presents the spin bikes to Tracey McAskill, Youth Service Worker at St. Jean Elementary.
QEH Golf Tournament
Sept. 2020 - The 2020 Harry MacLauchlan Memorial “Great Day Fore Health” golf tournament raised over $57,000 for priority medical equipment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.  This annual event has now raised almost $780,000 in total.
Winners of this year's event, representing Brighton Construction are Mike Irwin, Darren Fairhurst, Bob Irwin, and Ryan Ramsay.
REACH Foundation donation
Aug. 2020 - President Gary Conohan had the pleasure of presenting a cheque to Colleen VanWesterneng of the REACH Foundation.  Our Club’s $10,000 donation will assist with funding of the Reach for the Stars after school program for junior high aged youth at risk of mental health and addiction challenges.
Support for QEH Foundation
Recently our QEH Golf Committee toured the Endoscopy Department of the hospital with Paula Triantafillou, Clinical Lead/Educator.
This year, funds raised from our QEH Golf Tournament will support the purchase of two Colonoscopes for the QEH Endoscopy Department. The Department’s original fleet of scopes is eight years old and at the end of their life cycles. The QEH requires 13 new scopes to ensure patients continue to receive optimal care, diagnosis and treatment.
The annual Harry MacLauchlan "Great Day Fore Health" Memorial Golf Tournament has raised $722,519.00 to date for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation. This year's tournament will be held on June 10th, 2020 at the Belvedere Golf Course.
Rotary Peace Fellow
Our Feb. 19, 2020 meeting featured Rotary Peace Fellow and Rotary Positive Peace Activator, Susan Hartley as our guest speaker. Dr. Hartley spoke about positive peace in creating an optimal environment for human potential to flourish. 
Dr. Susan Hartley with two club members, and past presidents, Bob Gray and Tom Campbell
Our family photo
Members of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty
Rotaract Club
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty has sponsored a Rotaract Club at Holland College.  According to the Rotary International website,  "Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service."
Bryce Stone, president of the Holland Collage Rotaract Club addressing members of the RCCR at the recent Discover Rotary meeting.
Ad Supplement 
For the past 30 years the club has produced a photographic business advertising supplement that is distributed throughout the province through the Island's major newspapers. Producing over 35,000 copies each year has virtually guaranteed distribution to every Island home. This year, we are sending out 50 000 copies to households and businesses.
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Vocational Services Director
Community Service Director
Club Service Director
International Service