Posted by Pat Gould-Thorpe on Jan 27, 2019

The Rotary Club of Windsor presented a cheque for $10,000 to the Windsor Senior Citizens' Bus Society this week. The money was raised through the Windsor Rotary Community Toonie 50/50 for the purchase of a new bus. Windsor Rotary has supported the Windsor Senior Citizens' Bus Society since its beginning in 1985 by donations toward replacement busses as well as annual contributions toward expenses.

Did you know that the Senior Citizens' Bus isn't just for seniors activities anymore? If your group or team needs affordable transportation options the bus is available for bookings. Reach out today to see if they can meet your needs.

This is just one example of how Windsor Rotary supports enhanced quality of life in our community...one Toonie at a time. You can help by playing the weekly Windsor Rotary Community Toonie 50/50 draw. Find out more at http://rotarytoonie.com/

In the photo: Wayne Levy, Dykeland Recreation Department, Rotarian Tish Deemer, Royce Sanford Bus Driver, Leslie Porter, Windsor Senior Citizens' Bus Society, and Rotarians Kevin White, Jason Trider and Joanna Gould-Thorpe.