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Rotary Club of Windsor
      Nova Scotia
Windsor

Making a difference in our community since 1929

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 p.m.
Elmcroft Reception Centre
419 Albert St.
Windsor, NS B0N 2T0
Canada
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Tim Hortons Presents Cheque
for $30,291.00
 
L - R Back: Tim Hortons Staff; Jason Trider, chair of Food for Thought; Jonathan DeMont, President of the Rotary Club of Windsor; Laurie Murley, Rotarian
L - R Front: Tim Hortons Staff; Ashley Wood, Owner of Tim Hortons; Tammy Acker, Rotarian; Di Best, Rotary Secretary
 
The Windsor Rotary Club partnered with Tim Hortons to raise funds for their Rotary Food for Thought school breakfast and lunch program. The Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign raised $30,291.00.  This money will be distributed to the Middle School and 8 elementary schools in West Hants. Jason Trider, chair of Food for Thought, and Windsor Rotary are incredibly appreciative to Ashley Wood owner of Tim Hortons and everyone who participated in decorating, delivering, and purchasing Smile Cookies, making this campaign a huge success.
 
Cheque Presentation to Schools
 
 
DG Roger Sevigny Visits  
The Rotary Club of Windsor
 
The Windsor Rotary Club was pleased to have District Governor Roger Sevigny and his wife Suzanne attend our rotary meeting on Monday, April 22, 2024.   Roger presented President Jonathan DeMont with this year's rotary flag, "Create Hope in the World."  Roger also spoke to us about mental health and how important it is for everyone to help people in need in whatever way we can.
Thanks, Roger and Suzanne, for bringing kind words to our club.
 
                                                               
    
Windsor Rotary Presents $11,000 Cheque to
Food For Thought Breakfast & Lunch Program
 
L-R Brenda Mullens, Angela Carver President Elect Windsor Rotary, Shelley Regan, Tammy Acker Windsor Rotary, Diana Dunn, Jason Trider Chair of Food for Thought, Jackie Allen, Andy Kirk Windsor Rotary, Sheldon States and Craig MacDonald 
 
The 2023 Food for Thought campaign raised $11,000 toward school breakfast programs in the 8 elementary schools in West Hants. The money was raised through ticket sales by students, parents, teachers, and Rotarians, plus donations by individual Rotarians and a substantial top-up from the Windsor Rotary Club as well as a generous donations from West Nova/Oulton Fuels and Windsor Pharmasave.   
Darlene Dobson Awarded Paul Harris Fellow
 
L-R Rotary Members Steve Shaw and Jo Gould-Thorpe, Darlene Dobson Paul Harris recipient, Tish Deemer Past President, Di Best Secretary
 
On December 12th, Darlene Dobson was named a Paul Harris Fellow. Darlene has been an ardent supporter of the Windsor Rotary Community Toonie and has devoted her time to RCT's objectives and accomplishments since its inception in 2016.  Additionally, Darlene was awarded Associate Membership of the Windsor Rotary Club in 2022. 
 
The Paul Harris Fellow is a distinguished honor given to those who have shown outstanding service to a club or community.  
 
Windsor Rotary Presents $15,000 cheque
to Windsor & District Food Bank 
 
 Pictured are the Windsor Rotary Club, the Windsor Fire Department, Staff at the Windsor Food Bank & Willow a very important four legged member of the Food Bank
 
With great pleasure, the Windsor Rotary Club and friends presented the Windsor Food Bank with a cheque for $15,000. In October, the Windsor Rotary hosted their yearly toll road food bank drive in collaboration with the Windsor Fire Department and friends.  With a sizeable top-up donation from the Windsor Rotary Club, this year set a record.
 
 
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