Rotary Club of Burlington Central

Please contact us at: rotarycbc@gmail.com
Weekly meetings are back to normal at the Holiday Inn.
Burlington Central

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:15 a.m.
Holiday Inn Burlington - Zoom
New Mailing Address - March 2022
PO Box 71028 Maplehurst
Burlington, ON L7T 4J8
Canada
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Home Page Stories
 
Mae Radford, Director, Rotary Club of Burlington (right) shares Easter chocolate flowers with Nancy Sumaruk. President , Rotary club of Burlington.  Dave Loveland, President Rotary Club of Lakeshore with a volunteer from Wellington Square United Church, who is accepting about 300 chocolate from 3 Burlington Rotary clubs to add to the Easter dinner for those of our community who have few resources.
 

 
 
That's a wrap! Another great Rotary Youth Exchange Student 4 day trip to Camp Wanakita. Our 8 Canadian outbounds are now close friends with our inbounds from Japan, Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, and France and have learned alot about what to expect and how to prepare for their upcoming year abroad.
 
 
 
Alex Gross, treasurer, RCBC, staffs a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle at a grocery store.
 
Thanks Alex for helping out community.
 

 
 
 
Rotarians from Burlington Central support Telling Tales the brainchild of our Rotarian Susan Jasper who has been with Telling Tales for 15 years.This picture shows Susan with a certificate denoting the naming of the Susan Jasper Endowment Fund.
 

 
Three Rotary Clubs of Burlington (Central - Burlington - Lakeshore) made Thanksgiving a little nicer.
 

 
 

Four Clubs of Burlington together delivered 300 bags of candy to Wellington Square Church for Christmas dinners.

 

 
 
 
THANK YOU!
Dear Rotary Club of Burlington Central,
 
Your support of ShelterBox Canada has made a life-changing impact around the world. Thanks to your Club, families will receive the shelter, essential aid, and technical assistance needed to rebuild their lives after disaster and conflict.
 
Last year, ShelterBox was able to provide over 143,000 people with emergency aid thanks to our generous supporters. Together, we're not only changing lives -- we're saving lives.
 
Your Club's donation of $2,380.00 will help empower families with not only shelter but with the ability to recover. By providing shelter aid and the training needed to rebuild, families can restore normalcy to their lives, communities can work to recover together, and families can even return to work or school.
 
We are proud to be Rotary International's Project Partner, further strengthening a global circle of friendship. We also believe in being people of action. At ShelterBox, we are impatient to see no family left without shelter after disaster. Thank you for joining us in our mission and helping ensure we are always prepared to help when the unthinkable happens.
 
If you have any questions about your donation or about our responses, please do not hesitate to call me at our office at 647-352-1930
 
Kind Regards,
 
 
 
 
Stephanie Christensen
Executive Director
ShelterBox Canada
 
Thanks to Mae Radford and Burlington Central - the Food Bank receives 312lb of donated food.
 
 

 
The 4 Rotary Clubs of Burlington are once again supporting the Salvation Army Christmas Dinner Drive helping over 500 families AND the Kettle Campaign.
There is still time to help; cash or tap when you see a kettle, volunteers will be out until December 24th.
 
Thanks to all the volunteers including Bern, Elaine and Gerry from the Rotary Club Burlington Central who were out on Saturday
 
#rcbc7080 #community #serviceaboveself #Burlington #rotary The Salvation Army Burlington Community & Family Services
 
 
"Mae Radford finishes the Hike for Hospice and places the name of her friend, who passed away at the Carpenter Hospice, on the Memorial Board.
Mae is grateful to the many Rotarians who sponsored her in The Hike.”
 
 

 
The Rotary Club of Burlington Central @rcbc7080 weekly meeting starts with our President Rene Papin reading out Truth and Reconciliation statement.
 
 
Our club has a newly formed Research and Reconciliation committee.  In observation of Orange Shirt, the committee invited Jim Daschuk, professor at University of Regina.
 
Jim gave our club an excellent presentation and described what this Orange Shirt Day truly means.  The past, the present and future for Indigenous community.
 
 
This level of research is continuous in our club and we are looking forward to finding ways to help and contribute to Indigenous culture, people and learn more.
 
 

 
The 4 Rotary Clubs of Burlington joined together to sponsor the Stock the Box Challenge for ShelterBox Canada in the amount of $2500!
 
 
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Feed the Need RCBC GoFundMe campaign

For RCBC it's time to pivot, without our traditional fundraising we need your help. Covid 19 has impacted more people than ever from all socio economic groups.

Help us feed the needs in the community donate now.

Since 1986 the Rotary Club of Burlington Central has given 2,640,000 to charity.
This past year food security is one of the programs that we have focused on.
We are community builders who collaborate with community leaders on projects, we are people of action who connect passionate people with diverse perspectives, we are problem solvers AND we need your help in a new way of fundraising!

Our goal is to raise $30,000 in 30 days! Funds will be directed to RCBC supporting Rotary’s 7 areas of focus including food security.

Click here to donate:➡  https://gofund.me/21b74c39

Thank you

RCBC

 


 
 
"Rotarians Eric Anderson, Wayne Gowan and Mae Radford (and spouse Bert) deliver supplies for the Meal Bag Program.  Thank you to all Rotarians for your generous giving of supplies.  We are always grateful for the service provided by Rotarians"
 
 

 
 
Spring Training 2021
Virtual Beer Tasting Event
 
Rotary Club of Burlington Central with the support of Wellington Brewery is hosting an entertaining evening of Beer Tasting on Zoom as a fundraiser in support of the Rotary Club of Burlington Central’s many community charities.
 
Where: On Zoom In the comfort of your own home.
 
When: Friday, April 16, 2021
 
What Time: 7:00 to 8:30 PM
 
What does it Cost: $119.00 per couple.
 
How do I send the money: Just e-transfer payment to rotarycbc@gmail.com and mark in the comments box Virtual Beer Tasting
 
Is there a tax receipt: Yes, (1) tax receipt in the amount of $49.00 will be issued for each booking of two persons attending the event, just provide your mailing information at time of booking in the comments section of the e-transfer.
 
What’s included in the evening:
  • An entertaining and educational evening of fun presented by Marvin Dyck, Head Brewer at Wellington Breweries and Wilma Zondag, Beer Educator.
  • A selection of beers – Helle’s Lager, SPA, Arkell Best Bitter, County Brown Ale, Upside IPA and Russian Imperial Stout.
  • Five Brothers Artisan Cheese, Jewels Under the Kilt Flavoured Nuts. Chocosol Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Bar
  • 2 Rotary 4 Way Test – Koozies
  • Virtual Beer Tasting Kit Delivery – Direct to Your Door
  • and more….
How do I Connect: You will receive a link in your email on Friday, April 16, 2021.
 
Book today, space is limited….
 
Like to know more…. call, text or email – Glenn Warnica – Cell (905) 638-2516 or gwarnica@warnicainsurance.ca
 
We look forward to seeing you on Zoom!
 
 

 

Well that was a great event - I'm sure enjoyed by all

Wellington Brewery put on a really good presentation and with the selection of beer and food pairings it was a wonderful evening "in".
 
 
 
 

Click the "Read More" button to see some pictures from the earlier Wine Tasting.
 
The Rotary ‘GREAT LAKES WATERSHED CLEANUP’ is fast approaching.  On Saturday April 24, over 20,000 Rotarians on both sides of the Canadian and U.S. border will roll up their sleeves to collect refuse along the shoreline, and innumerable waterway tributaries to the Great Lakes basin.  This is great example of ‘ROTARY IN ACTION’ and brings considerable community attention to the importance of ‘ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY’
 

Virtual Tasting Event with real Wines and Chocolates

February 13, 2021

 

Have you had enough fun yet this year?

Are you perhaps participating in a dry January?

Fear not, February is coming. President Owen and his trusty band thrill seeking Rotarians would like to invite you to a VIRTUAL WINE TASTING EVENT held in the comfort of your own home and hosted virtually by Nadia Senchuk of Leaning Post Wineries. Leaning Post Wines offers distinctive, terroir driven wines for wine geeks.  From Leaning Post Wines you can expect a unique wine tasting experience focused on the celebration of terroir. They aim to have wines that show a sense of place… that is what terroir is all about.

https://leaningpostwines.com/

Rotary will deliver 4 bottles of wine carefully selected by the winery to your home. They include a cohesive selection of their best sellers and the highlights of their styles.

  • 2019 The Fifty Chardonnay
  • 2019 Rose
  • 2019 The Fifty Pinot Noir
  • 2018 Cuvee Winona [Merlot/Syrah blend]

For your food selection we suggest ordering in from a local restaurant thus ensuring your complete control over dietary considerations and budget.

A box of delicious Walker’s chocolates will be delivered with the wine and made available for dessert. 

https://www.walkerschocolates.ca/

If you wish to confirm your attendance please e-transfer the price of the wine and chocolate package of $100.00 to Keith Williams at rotarycbc@gmail.com before January 31. For more information please call Dave Beckett at 905-630-9554.

 


 
 
Four Burlington Rotary Clubs at Christmas
 
Together, the four clubs in Burlington joined to prepare 800 goody bags full of candy canes, chocolates, a cookie and other sweets ready to add to the Christmas Dinners served on Christmas Day by the Meal Bag Program at Wellington Square United Church.
 
It has been a tough year: some folk lost their jobs, families lost loved ones, some had health issues and some became more socially isolated than ever.  Many community partners, friends, churches, and organizations, including Rotary, rallied together and did everything they could to deliver a safe ‘pandemic proof’ Christmas dinner and deliver a message of hope to those in such need. The Meal Bag Program at Wellington United Church is so grateful for the Christmassy candy bags provided by the four Burlington Rotary Clubs that gave that special touch, a sweet ending to the Christmas dinner.
 
Our partners, volunteers and friends who delivered the hot meals heard inspirational stories of gratitude for the meal on Christmas Day.
 

 
Don Osborne, Board Chair, Carpenter Hospice(right) accepts two cheques from Mae Radford, Director, Rotary Club Burlington Central (left).The first cheque was for $1,250 in support of the HIKE for Hospice and the second for $5,000 is a part of Rotary's $20,000 commitment to the Hospice.
 
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On the 4th Friday of every month, Rotary Club Burlington Central delivers hygiene/cleaning products to the Meal Bag Program at Wellington Square Church.  Oct 23, Jamie Edwards (right), Mae Radford (left) drop off the items from club members to Lisa Lunski (centre) Community Coordinator.
 
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By supporting Rotary Foundation and Rotary ideals, we are recognized in the Community as enthusiastic men and women who get things done - at home and abroad - for youth and our communities, while enjoying fellowship and friendship.

Speakers
Tom Micelin
Apr 18, 2024
Environment
Joe Watson
Apr 25, 2024
Lakeside-a-la-Carte
TBA
May 02, 2024
Carpenter Hospice Update
Roshan Basnet et al
May 09, 2024
Nepal Project Update
Mae Radford
May 16, 2024
Paul Harris Fellow Awards
Shikha Dhunnoo / Fiona D’Silva-Coelho
May 23, 2024
ErinoakKids Centre - Respite Care
John Borrows
Jun 20, 2024
Raven Project - Indigenous Heroes
Sheila Welham
Jun 27, 2024
Presidential Induction Dinner
Katariina
Jul 18, 2024
Final Presentation
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