Posted by Pat Gould-Thorpe on Nov 14, 2017
This year the Food for Thought campaign raised $11,322. 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 top-up from the Windsor Rotary Club. In the photo are (L-R):
  • Mike Knowles, Principal of Windsor Elementary School;
  • Ruthanne Greenough, Principal of Hantsport School;
  • Shelley Regan, Principal of Dr. Arthur Hines School;
  • Brenda Mullins, Principal of Brooklyn District Elementary School;
  • Kim Frank, Principal of Falmouth District School;
  • Shelley King, Principal of Windsor Forks District School;
  • David Campbell, Principal of Three Mile Plains District School.

Presenting the cheque are (on the right)

  • Jason Trider, Chair of the Food for Thought Committee and President of the Windsor Rotary Club, and
  • Rotarian Jon Oulton, Oulton Fuels which has been a strong supporter of the Food For Thought initiative since its inception.

Our financial support for projects such as this is possible through the Windsor Rotary Community Toonie 50/50 draw, run by Rotary volunteers with support from local businesses and organizations. Anyone who plays a weekly toonie has a chance at a weekly jackpot, currently over $1,100, with the other half making a difference in our community...one toonie at a time. For information about the Toonie 50/50 draw www.rotarywindsor.org