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Burlington Central

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:15 AM
Holiday Inn Burlington
3063 S Service Rd
Burlington, ON L7N 3E9
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Roy Cooper - Lifetime Achievement Award.  Roy, a founding member of the Rotary Club of Burlington Central and past District Governor of Rotary District 7080 was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony at the Holiday Inn on May 23rd, 2019.  Many other founding members and past district governor attended.
 

 
On January 31st, 2019 - Burlington Central presented Joseph Brant Hospital with their FINAL cheque of $40,000
  
  
  
 
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MOB Party June 21, 2018 with host club from Guatemala at 3518 Lakeshore Road Burlington

 

Rotary exchange student shares what it’s like to live on Amantani Island

​No electricity, roads, cars, technology, teen would have become a peasant farmer

Community May 10, 2018 by Julie Slack Burlington Post
 
Abraham Noe Yanarico Borda is a Rotary Youth Exchange student from Amantani Island on Lake Titicaca in Puno, Peru. He told the Rotary Club of Burlington Central about his time in Canada, and shared what it's like in his home on Lake Titicaca. He's been here since last August and returns to Peru in July. He's pictured with one of his host families Kimberly Ingram and Brent Bily. - Julie Slack/Metroland
 

 

 


Burlington Central welcomes another new member.

Welcome Keith Williams
 

 

The club gets a good breakfast "Next Door"


 
Led by Abraham (with leaf blower) a number of Rotarians answered the call to finish off the Second fall Clean up on Saturday morning.
 

Youth Exchange

It is that time once again to recruit students for the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program.  Rotary is seeking students between the ages of 15.5 and 18 on Sept 1, 2018, who might consider going on Rotary Youth exchange next school year.  We have excellent numbers of applicants and quality of applications from Burlington High Schools each year and this year the same looks to be reoccurring. 

More information ...


Check out Abraham's new duds - Top menu, Members Only, Youth Exchange Photo Albums.


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The Rotary Club of Burlington Central gives Joseph Brant Hospital another large donation.
 

 
 
Jeanette Wilson from the Arthritis Society thanks our club for it's continued support.
 

We are so grateful for the continued support from the Burlington Central club!  With your help, The Society is able to continue to expand our programs and services in our community such as the brand-new Project Thrive Family Day in Hamilton and opening another summer camp for children with arthritis!  Thank you!”

 

An update just in, the next 50 latrines have been delivered (Mar 14th) and construction is underway.  Attached is a pic of the signage with the accreditation to each of the clubs involved in this project. Congratulations to all.

 
Joseph Brant Hospital thanks the Rotary Club of Burlington Central for their continued support.
 
As you can see in the attached photo, the building project continues to progress on time and schedule and we look forward to opening the new tower in the fall of 2017.  It is the remarkable generosity of our donors – including the Rotary Club of Burlington Central – whose incredible commitment to our Hospital is ensuring our community will have access to the best health care, close to home, for generations to come.
 
 

 
The Rotary Club of Burlington Central donates to the Camisole Project.
 
 
For more information about the Camisole Project please visit their website: Click here
 

 
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