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Come celebrate 75 years!
It is an exciting time for our club coming up! It is the 75th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Brampton and you are invited!
Friday June 12th - Brampton City Hall @ 12pm
Come and help the club kick off our 75th year and watch as the City of Brampton raises our club flag at City Hall.
Friday June 19th - Carls Catering The Glen @ 6pm
Come to our Open House and help us celebrate the Rotary Club of Brampton 75th year in serving the community. Fellowship starts at 6pm. Cash bar, hors d'oeuvres and music.
Bring stories, catch up with past, current and future club members
If you know of a past member please extend the invitation to come help us celebrate.
Please find the invitation attached for additional information.
RCB President 2014/15
The Rotary Club of Brampton honoured three people Monday night with Paul Harris Fellowships, the highest honour
bestowed by Rotary. Fron left, club members Ken Spreen and Carole Barry were recipients as was Malcolm Scott
Ching, a long-time community volunteer and friend of Rotary.
As part of an effort to celebrate the decades long battle and the ultimate victory over polio in India, the Rotary Club of Madras in December launched a Rotary Flame, lit by Rotary International President Gary Huang. Itwill travel around the world to commemorate India becoming a polio-free nation and to share its experience and expertise with countries where polio still exists. The flame arrived in Brampton Monday. Left Hajra Wilson, from Rotary District 7080 and Matthew Samatas, President of The Rotary Club of Brampton. Before reachingRotary’s international convention in São Paulo, Brazil, in June 2015, the Rotary Flame will traverse through Colombo, Karachi, Kabul, Sydney, Manila, London, Lagos, Evanston and Toronto. Once the epicenter of wild poliovirus, India, along with the World Health Organization’s Southeast Asia region, was officially declared polio-free in March 2014.
Posted by Stephen Rhodes
Rotary 7080 is looking to build a following on its Facebook page. The site will also be used to promote club activities and successes across the District. If you have not already please like the page by going here and hitting the Like button. While you are at it. our club has a page too and you can go here and Like it too.
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