Local Projects

Ladysmith Golf Course  

  • The construction of the Ladysmith Golf Course is the largest project to date of the Rotary Club of Ladysmith.  The 14 acre project took seven years to complete (1973-1980).  Click (here) for details.

  • The Rotary Gazebo in the Ladysmith Community Gardens   

  • The construction of the garden gazebo was completed by our club in 2010.  Click (here) for details.

  • The Rotary Garden Tour Show and Sale  

  • This annual event has become a great fund raiser for our club.  Click (here) for details.

  • Solar Heated Hot Water for Ladysmith City Hall

  • Ladysmith’s newest green initiative is solar-heated hot water at City Hall. The new system was installed by JB Solar in partnership with the Rotary Club of Ladysmith. Click (here) for details.

  • Rotary Boat Ramp and Docks

  • Our club built the docks and ramp at the fisherman's wharf.  Boat launch ramp and loading docks are free to the public.

  • Holland Creek Trail

  • Our club built a steel bridge over Holland Creek linking east and west bank trails of the Holland Creek Trail system in Ladysmith.

  • Transfer Beach Toddlers' Park

  • Our club built the maritime theme Toddlers' play area at the newly upgraded Transfer Beach Park in Ladysmith.

  • Historical Artifacts Restoration

  • Ladysmith Rotary recovered and restored an abandoned Caterpillar tractor used in the 1920s in Ladysmith, and put it on display permanently on First Avenue, as part of the Town's historical walk program.


    "Thanks to Rotary, my efforts to make the world a better place are multiplied.  I'm no longer alone."

    Fernando Aguirre,  Palacios, Ecuador



    Our Donations

    The Rotary Club of Ladysmith is pleased to have made recent financial contributions to the following organizations:

    "Rotary lets you give something back, in the knowledge that you belong to the largest family of givers."

    Deanna Ann Duguid, Indonesia.





    A child receives the oral Polio vaccine.


    In 1985, Rotary launched the PolioPlus program to protect children worldwide from the cruel and fatal consequences of polio. In 1988, the World Health Assembly challenged the world to eradicate polio. Since that time, Rotary's efforts and those of partner agencies, including the World Health Organization, the United Nations Children's Fund, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and governments around the world, have achieved a 99 percent reduction in the number of polio cases worldwide. Rotarians stand at the brink of a great victory and look forward to celebrating the global eradication of polio in 2005, the organization's centennial year.

    "I want to salute Rotary International for it's extraordinary leadership in the fight against polio"

    Kofi Annan, UN Secretary-General