Rotary steps up

Community May 05, 2012 Flamborough Review

By Dianne Cornish, REVIEW STAFF

During a recent meeting at Dutch Mill Country Market, the Rotary Club of Flamborough AM doled out close to $9,000 in donations to community organizations and charities.

The funds, raised at the Oh Canada! Ribfest and the club’s annual Oktoberfest, will help support a number of projects and charities serving both local and international causes. Among those receiving donations were: McMaster Children’s Hospital, $4,000; Wells for Haiti, $2,000; Helping Hands Street Mission, $700 and Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, Dr. BobKemp Hospice in Hamilton, the CHOICES organization for the developmentally challenged and the Hamilton Mobilizers, supporters of the Free the Children project, $500 each.

Past club president Ryan Bridge was master of ceremonies at the presentations. The club, currently headed by president Frank Keelan, meets every Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. at the country market on Millgrove Sideroad. It has 20 members and is 12 years old.

Rotary steps up

Community May 05, 2012 Flamborough Review

By Dianne Cornish, REVIEW STAFF

During a recent meeting at Dutch Mill Country Market, the Rotary Club of Flamborough AM doled out close to $9,000 in donations to community organizations and charities.

The funds, raised at the Oh Canada! Ribfest and the club’s annual Oktoberfest, will help support a number of projects and charities serving both local and international causes. Among those receiving donations were: McMaster Children’s Hospital, $4,000; Wells for Haiti, $2,000; Helping Hands Street Mission, $700 and Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, Dr. BobKemp Hospice in Hamilton, the CHOICES organization for the developmentally challenged and the Hamilton Mobilizers, supporters of the Free the Children project, $500 each.

Past club president Ryan Bridge was master of ceremonies at the presentations. The club, currently headed by president Frank Keelan, meets every Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. at the country market on Millgrove Sideroad. It has 20 members and is 12 years old.

Rotary steps up

Community May 05, 2012 Flamborough Review

By Dianne Cornish, REVIEW STAFF

During a recent meeting at Dutch Mill Country Market, the Rotary Club of Flamborough AM doled out close to $9,000 in donations to community organizations and charities.

The funds, raised at the Oh Canada! Ribfest and the club’s annual Oktoberfest, will help support a number of projects and charities serving both local and international causes. Among those receiving donations were: McMaster Children’s Hospital, $4,000; Wells for Haiti, $2,000; Helping Hands Street Mission, $700 and Carpenter Hospice in Burlington, Dr. BobKemp Hospice in Hamilton, the CHOICES organization for the developmentally challenged and the Hamilton Mobilizers, supporters of the Free the Children project, $500 each.

Past club president Ryan Bridge was master of ceremonies at the presentations. The club, currently headed by president Frank Keelan, meets every Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. at the country market on Millgrove Sideroad. It has 20 members and is 12 years old.