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Rotary Club of Trenton, Ontario
past 79 years of the Trenton Rotary Club.
The Beginning. On
January 24th, 1922, William House Sr. was tasked with creating a Rotary Club in
the town of Trenton, Ontario. Four weeks later, on February 23rd, the first
meeting of the new club took place. William House was elected president; and,
with a charter membership of twenty-four, the club was designated as number 1112
on the roll of Rotary International.
The Air Force link was also recently
highlighted again when, to commemorate the club's 75th Anniversary, a donation
of $75,000 was made toward the costs of an additional building at the RCAF
Memorial Museum in Trenton.