ROTARY + COMMUNITY

Rotary Perch Fry Event

 
 
 

A casual + locally sourced fundraiser

 
 

The opportunity of a lifetime awaits


 

Recruiting dynamic 15 - 18 year old students for the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program

 

Brave Waves Give Back!

 
 
 
 
 

Brave Waves, a business started in 2011,  offers one-to-one swim lessons to children and youth with Autism, ADHD, various physical and emotional needs as well as kids that simply benefit from individualized swim lessons.  Julia and Jessica Surette believe in giving back and Brave Waves has donated $500 to the Rotary Club of Brantford for Lansdowne Children’s Centre.  Thank you Julia and Jessica Surette.

 

Pictured in the photo from left to right: Rita Marie Hadley, Executive Director Lansdowne Children’s Centre, Jessica Surette and Julia Surette; Brave Waves, and Jo-Anne Flood; President of the Rotary Club of Brantford.

Supporting Why Not Youth Centre

 
 

On Friday December 14, 2018 the Rotary Club of Brantford delivered an estimated 300 pounds of food and winter clothing to the Why Not Youth Centre.

2018 clowns for kids program

 
 
 

partnering with the community, for another successful year in the Brantford Santa Claus parade

dinner for kids

 
  
 
               Past Club President Sherry Kerr + Brian Wittiveen Owner of Strodes           Past Club President Justin Bester + Exchange Students James + Emilie

Rotary Club of Brantford + Brantford Sunrise Rotary

Helping Why not youth centres

 
 
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