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May 10, 2018
Mark your calendars!!
BEL Rotary has already started planning for the 2018 "Season Opener" Golf Tournament this spring. As details are finalized we will share them on our website and facebook.
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One of great pleasures of being a Rotarian is to share Rotary.  The BEL Club welcomes Mary Lou Tryan (second from left) and Recy Thomas (third from right) to the BEL Rotary Family.
Justina Moore with plunge co-chairs Tony Davidson and Mike Richardson.

Thirteen year old Justina Moore was recognized for raising the most money as an individual, $1,651!  “While many young teenagers may be focused on friends or music, Justina was out raising money for the Lakefield Food Bank.  We are very proud of her", said event co-chair Mike Richardson. 

Best Costume Winners Eric Boudrias and Morgan Thompson

Eric Boudrias (aka “The Hulk”) and Morgan Thompson (aka “Jughead”) were recognized for the best costume.  “There were a number of great costumes and it was a tough decision, but these ones stood out”, said co-chair Tony Davidson.

13 year old Justina Moore (AKA Super Woman) raised the most funds as an individual plunger at the recent BEL Rotary Polar Plunge.  The event raised close to 35,000 to support various charities and work of BEL Rotary.  A heart felt thank you to our volunteers, sponsors and of course the plungers who made this event so successful!
The Rocks and Rings Floor Curl program introduces elementary school children to the national pass time and Olympic sport of curling.  BEL Rotary provided children at St Paul Lakefield and Ridpath Elementary Schools with the opportunity to work with Whitney Boles from Curl Canada Rocks and Rings and also provided equipment to the schools so the program can become part of the physical education curriculum.
Save Sunday, February 4th for 37th annual BEL Rotary Polar Plunge.  Registration is easy.  Registration information, on-line registration forms and pledge sheets are available on the Polar Plunge site page.  The site will allow you to register your team and track your pledges. On-site registration and check-in begin at 12:00 noon, on the west side of the Bridgenorth Ennismore Causeway.  Plungers must have a minimum $200.00 per plunger and a signed waiver.  All plungers under the age of 16 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.  The action begins at 2:00 p.m. sharp so please arrive at the site well in advance.  
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