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On October 24th, Rotarians from the BEL Club will join Rotarians from across our district to "Walk for Polio Awareness".  Join us at the Savage Arms beginning the trail, in Lakefield at 11:00 a.m.  Mayor Mary Smith will send us on our journey.  Family, friends and community members are invited us join us as we walk together to raise awareness of the scourge of this horrible disease.
Rotary Park is home to fishing tournaments, family gatherings, church services and
of course the polar plunge! 
On August 1th Rotarians, family and friends got together to repair the dock,
repair and stain the gazebo and clean up the park.
Thank you to our amazing community for your incredible generosity.  More than $5800 was
raised at the voluntary toll, July 8th. 
2016-2917 President Tony Davidson was presented with his Paul Harris +4 in recognition for
his leadership and contributions to the club during his term as president.
On June 25th, President Tony Davidson "passed the gavel" to incoming President Trevor Copeland, during the presidential changeover at
Smithaven's Brewing Company.  
 It was a great evening of fun and fellowship as the club celebrated the many accomplishments of the 2016-17 Rotary year and
started planning to the year ahead!  Congratulations to all!!
BEL Rotarians provided free hot dogs and drinks to the community to say
thank you for your ongoing support.  In true spirit, many community members wanted to make a donation to the club!
Teacher graduates from the Trent University Teacher Education Program work with teachers at Rotary School in Cambodia, to help them better develop language and teaching skills.  The Canadian teachers have been very warmly received and in the words of Cambodian teacher Sophea, "I want to be a better teacher like Canadian teachers and help to make a better life for my country!"
BEL Rotarian, PDG Brian Menton was crowned champion at the tri club Axe Throwing Competition on Sunday.  After a fast
and furious round robin competition, Brian out threw Peterborough Rotarian Stan Pineau to win the coveted
Championship trophy!  Congratulations Brian!
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