DISTRICT 5360 AWARDS
 
THE DR. MONTY J. AUDENART INSPIRATIONAL AWARD
This award recognizes one outstanding Rotarian or Rotaractor within the District who was inspired to demonstrate outstanding achievement in Rotary and in the community both locally and internationally and through his or her actions has been an inspiration to others to do the same.
Submission deadline: 31 March
Download the application form
For more information on Monty Audenart see Appendix 2.
 
GLEN PEACOCK Award for Outstanding Rotary Clubs Large/Medium/Small
This award is for the large, medium and small CLUBS which best reflect the themes of Rotary International and the District. Large clubs: over 100 members; Medium clubs: 40 – 100; Small clubs: less than 40.
Submission deadline: 15 April
For more information on Glen Peacock see Appendix 2.
 
MEL CUNNINGHAM Club Publicity Award
This award is for the best CLUB public relations activity that promotes “Rotary” in their community. This may be in conjunction with a fundraiser, service project or donor project.
Submission deadline: 15 April
For more information on Mel Cunningham see Appendix 2.
 
JAMES WHEELER DAVIDSON MEMBERSHIP AWARD
This award is for the CLUB with the greatest percentage increase in net new members. Net membership will be based on reported membership in My Rotary as of 15 April.
For more information on James Wheeler Davidson see Appendix 2.
 
GEORGE (CURLY) GALBRAITH CLUB ATTENDANCE AWARD
This award is for the CLUB with the highest attendance at the District Conference based on District Conference registrations as of 15 April. Conference Host Rotary Club is excluded from this award.
For more information on George (Curly) Galbraith see Appendix 2.
 
 
GILBERT PATERSON Rotary Foundation Contribution Award
This award is for the CLUB with the highest per capita year-to-date contribution to the Rotary Foundation Annual Fund as reported by the Rotary Foundation as of 15 April.
For more information on Gilbert Paterson see Appendix 2.
 
RYERSON CHRISTIE Conference Attendance Award
For the club with the highest percentage attendance at the District Conference based on District Conference registrations as of 15 April. Conference Host Rotary Club is excluded from this award.
For more information on Ryerson Christie see Appendix 2.
 
SHELTERBOX CANADA HERO
The ShelterBox Canada Hero program recognizes the ongoing dedication and support of Rotary Clubs in Canada who believe that no family should go without shelter.
A Rotary Club is recognized based on the total contributions from the club, its fundraising and its members throughout each Rotary year.  There are three ShelterBox Canada Hero levels: Bronze ($1,200+), Silver ($3,600) and Gold ($6,000).
For more information on the Shelterbox Canada Hero program check out this link: https://www.shelterboxcanada.org/hero/