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The Port Hope club had a busy weekend. On Saturday the members made sure that Santa made it safely to the parade for all the community to see. On Sunday Santa made a special stop in downtown to serve breakfast to many people and collect toy and $$ for the Salvation Army.
Many Rotary members and the public joined in the Rotary Foundation Walk to see the Avenue of Hero's Banners
 
ONE STOP SHOP HOLIDAY MARKET
 
Sponsored by The Port Hope Rotary Club
 
Supported by Furby House Books, Queenie's, Food Inspired, The Railside Restaurant, Brandt Meats, Heritage Baking Company

This is your opportunity to get all your holiday shopping done safely and to support local merchants as well as a local service club.

Drive through pick up of your gift orders will be on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Elias St. in Port Hope between 1pm and 6pm
 
On Saturday November 7th The Port Hope Rotary Club is hosting a self paced walk around downtown to view the Avenue of Hero's banners.
 
Walkers can gather on the front lawn of the Town Hall between 10am and 12pm
 
Rotarian guides will be stationed throughout the walk. The walk will end at the Port Hope Library.
 
Donations will be accepted for Rotary Foundation that funds projects both locally and internationally.
 
All COVID-19 protocols will be in place, people will be asked to social distance and where masks
We are pleased to report that the Rotary Club of Port Hope has completed our committed $50,000 donation to Ed's House Hospice, with our final installment  made at a presentation on Wednesday October 28th.
 
The hospice is now open and at the time of our visit, was at capacity with 6 residents...it is a wonderful facility and fulfills an important need in our community. Ed's House has 4 additional suites that are semi-completed, awaiting operational funding from the Ministry of Health.
 
I am proud of our club's commitment to Ed's House - thank you to all members who supported this decision in 2018. 
The Banners are going up today on the Avenue of Heros in downtown Port Hope.
On Saturday October 24th, 2020 is End Polio Now day across the globe. Led by Rotary and many collaborative organizations, polio has been largely eradicated in our lifetime...truly a celebration.
 
Mayor Bob Sanderson has proclaimed Saturday October 24th as End Polio Day in Port Hope..
 
Thank you for your continued support for Rotary - in our community, for the Foundation and toward the ideals of Service before Self!
 
 
 
 
The Port Hope Rotary Club is again proud to recognize members of our community who have served in the military. These banner will be going up soon and there will be a community walk on November 7th to view the banners. There will be 40 banners this year.
In our ongoing efforts to assist local business in Port Hope the Port Hope Rotary club in conjunction with the Railside Restaurant server 196 Greek dinners to the Port Hope and Cobourg community.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our club is not meeting in person but are meeting online every two weeks. Please consult the calendar of events for dates e and times of our future meetings.
 
Stay safe and look forward to meeting in person soon
The Rotary Club of Port Hope unveiled the latest community project the Avenue of Heros. Banners have been erected throughtout the down town area to honour local heros who were members of the Canadian military. A total of 29 banners have been erected for this year.
 
 

Avenue of Heroes Veteran Banner Program Launches in Municipality of Port Hope

Banners paying tribute to local war veterans will adorn the streets in downtown Port Hope this fall

 

Several members of the Port Hope Rotary club joined with District Governor Mary Lou Harrison to paint the Gazebo on the east waterfront trail.
Several members of the Port Hope Rotary Club assisted the Salvation Army to collect and sort household goods, furniture and clothing to assist the families displaced by the devestating fire that occured on Wellington Street in Port Hope.
 
Several members of the Port Hope Rotary club brushed up on their First Aid skills.
 
The members of the Port Hope Rotary hard at work packaging Birthday Bags for the Foodbank. These bags contained a cake mix, icing, balloons, streamers, noise makers, candles etc. All the things needed for a child to have a birthday party.
The Rotary Clubs of Port Hope, Cobourg and Northumberland Sunrise in partnership with the Northumberland Orchestra and Choir held a dinner and concert event to raise funds and awareness for Polio and the orchestra.
In the fall of 2016 the Port Hope Rotary Club members built 6 little libraries for the community to share books. Over the winter several local artists painted the libraries and this spring they are being placed in the municipality of Port Hope. This photo is of one of the libraries placed on King Street at the home of Claire Mowat.
 
 
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Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Port Hope

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:00 PM
Knights Of Columbus Hall
1 Elias Street,
Port Hope, ON L1A 3Z3
Canada

Phone:
(905) 885-4239
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Dec 14, 2020 7:00 PM
virtual meeting / social...details to follow
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