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We had an informative talk by our guest speaker Varouj Eskedjian, president and CEO of Campbellford Memorial Hospital. He discussed the hospital's growing partnerships with Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg. And he said plans for a new hospital will be unveiled soon.
 

Winners of the November Trip of the Month draw.

$200 Ticket #317 sold by Rob Pope to Ted & Darlene Nicholas
$300 Ticket# 359 sold by Ron Peters to Cozette Barnum
$500 Ticket# 263 sold by Rob Milligan to Rob Milligan
$2,000 Ticket# 8 sold by Scott Drummond to Bruce Thompson

Don't forget tickets are now on sale for the 2018 draws. Just $150 and you have 72 chances to win.

 

Congrats to all the winners.

$200 ticket #185 sold by Bob Crate to Bill Jaques
$300 ticket # 283 sold by Wally Brown to Joanne Simpkin
$500 ticket #331 sold by Arnold Westlake to Anne Anderson
$2,000 ticket #008 sold by Scott Drummond to Bruce Thompson

Tickets for our 2018 draws are now on sale. Contact any Rotarian . We've increased the prize money and added more chances to win.

Tickets just $150. Proceeds support our community activities.

 
Thanks to the Canadian Army cadets and the Youth Advisory Council we made quick work of removing brush and trees along the corewall beside the Trent River. Next step is adding fill and grading to complete the Rotary Trail extension. 
 
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The Friends of Ferris are pleased to announce the installation of new playground equipment. We would like to thank the Campbellford Seymour Community Foundation, the Campbellford Rotary, a generous anonymous donation and Ontario Parks, who all contributed to make this happen.     Includes an accessible swing. 

Campbellford Seymour Community Foundation - Martha Murphy (Executive Director)

Campbellford Rotary - John Russell

Ontario Parks - Rob Cunningham, Rachel Windsor, Kirsty Bowie, Bobbie Rutherford

Friends of Ferris - Steve and Donna Wilson, Carol Robertson

 

Congratulations to the winners of the September Trip of the Month draw held at today's meeting:

$2,000 - Rick and Judy Norlock
$500 - Ann Anderson
$300 - Connie Phillips
$200 - Bruce and Lori Ann Petty

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We had an excellent presentation on Monday by Richard Mewhinney of the Rotary Club of Newmarket. He told us about all the work that Rotary has done in Ongutoi Uganda in recent years to support a health centre. He is currently leading a water collection project to support a fruit tree orchard that will generate profits to finance the health centre

Congratulations to our Trip of the Month winners for August:

$200 -- Paul Burgess
$300 -- John Bentham
$500 -- Margo La France
$2,000 -- Peter Nobes

 
President Cathy Beamish was in her glory on July 1 as former exchange student Gontran Conlin, left, and then soon-to-be former exchange student Tassilo Piest helped out with the cooking. 
 
 

May Trip of the Month Winnners 

  • $200 – Karen Snyder
  • $300 – Judy Duncalfe
  • $500 – Korry Nicholson
  • $2,000 – Fran Spencer

June Trip of the Month Winnners 

  • $200 – Shirley Preston
  • $300 – Mildred Campbell
  • $500 –  Peter Nobes
  • $2,000 --- Brent Delaney

July Trip of the Month Winnners 

       *  $200  --    Joanne Kilbourne

        * $300 --    Judy Duncalfe

        * $500   - -  Steve McKeown

         $2000  --   Heather Walker

Buzz Bee, Hayley L from Kent and Megan H from Hillcrest.  Pictures courtesy of Anne Marie Taylor-Powney.
 Ashtyn W from Kent, Buzz Bee and Esmerelda W from Hillcrest.    Pictures courtesy of Anne Marie Taylor-Powney.
 
Buzz Bee with 3rd place finisher Esmerlda W from Hillcrest PS.  Pictures courtesy of Anne Marie Taylor-Powney.
Pres-Elect Cathy, Super exchange student Tassilo and Rotarian Rob P attended Kent Public School for the Rotary Spelling Bee.
 
With the support and organization of teacher Amanda Barratt and the staff at Kent PS we had 17 Junior Participants and 7 Intermediate Participants.  
 
The results were as follows - Junior 1st - Haley Lawson, 2nd Lilly Doucette, and 3rd Claire Runciman
Intermediate 1st - Ashtyn Wilson, 2nd Amy Spencer and 3rd Jessica Bakocs.
Prizes were Inidigo / Chapters gift certificates of $75/$50/$25 as well a cheque for $100 was given to further the schools literacy program.
 
Pictures compliments of Anne Marie Taylor-Powney - more pictures on right tab
    18 attentive attendees from the Rotary Clubs of Trenton, Stirling, Brighton, Wellington, Picton and Campbellford listen to Past District Governor Ted Morrision inform and lead discussions on Rotary how it works and how to make Rotary work better.
The Rotary Club of Campbellford hosted a presentation by Jinni Demine of the Trenton Rotary Club, at the podium, about the EarlyAct club program for elementary school children: from left, , Rhonda Rutherford, a kindergarten teacher at Kent Public School; Connie Hudson, principal at Hillcrest Public School; Kimberly Hulsman, Campbellford Rotary club president.
 
 
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