Rotary Club of Bolton

Welcome to Bolton, in the Hills of Caledon!


ROTARY: Making a Difference

We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Rotary Place
7 Rotarian Way
Bolton, ON  L7E 1Y2
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What a party! 85 Rotarians and friends of Rotary joined together for a Christmas celebration and to raise more than $6,000. for Bethell Foundation, supporting a family and Shop with a Cop.  Everyone was so generous and really got into the spirit of the auction.  Murray was in great form last night and rallied the crowd to give big!
What a great day for a parade!  We gave away 5,000 toothbrushes/paste along the route.  Thanks to Connor Anderson for being the gingerbread mascot on the float, to Matt Jennison for driving the truck, Greg at Diamond Towing for the truck and Dave at Motorhome Travel for float storage and decorating, and of course, the volunteers who came out to distribute the toothbrushes.
We were pleased to host the district governor on her recent club tour.   L-R Ingrid Sproxton, DG Kathi Dick, Timothy Whitehead, Sherrin Palmateer and Don Ogden
Our club is capable of accomplishing amazing things and yesterday was a perfect example.
Everything went smooth as silk!  
Nothing but positive feedback from participants.  Great to see lots of parents running with their kids and grand kids.
Thanks to all the members, spouses and friends of Rotary that volunteered, registered, sponsored and pledged participants.
It only took ONE phone call from Josh (in St. Kitts) to Romas.....Romas called Aldo.....Aldo called Joe (Kinsmen Club)..they said come and get all you need from the warehouse!.Sea Cadets also offered bags of cargo pants...Aldo called 4 Rotarians with Pick Up Trucks....See Photos Attached.
All this will go to Romas’ warehouse & be added to much more that will be forwarded to St. Kitts for Disaster Recovery Distribution...ASAP.
(We have Kids Running Shoes, Sandals, Boys Clothing , Girls Clothing, Ladies Clothing, Men & Boys Jeans, Shirts, Baseball Caps, etc. etc.).
The supplies have arrived in Guatemala and getting ready for distribution to 100 schools (15,000 students) 
Pencils= 292,594 , Crayons= 120,034 , Erasers= 97,559 , Sharpeners= 4,900 , Writing Books= 25,711 , Dictionaries= 960 , Protractors= 354,
              Compasses= 77 , + skipping ropes & soccer balls.
28 companies were celebrated June 26 for their generous support of the Bolton Rotary golf tournament.  Over 23 years we have given more than $1.3 million to community groups & charities including $200,000. to local hospitals.  Charlene representing Woodington Lake Golf Club where we have hosted the event over the past 5 years.
May 18 weather held until the end of the tournament to make for an amazing day!  We were able to donate $10,000 to each of 3 hospitals that will go toward research and equipment in our local community.  Members from Headwaters, William Osler and UHN joined us to volunteer and receive the donation.  260 golfers, 70 sponsors and 40 volunteers help to make the day such a huge success!  Thanks to everyone for their ongoing support.
It was at Changeover on June2 that Scott Fraser was recognized with a Paul Harris Fellow and congratulated by DG Bill Proctor and outgoing President Aldo Villanovich.
Once again we are supporting the Humberview robotics team as they go on to the Ontario District Championships:
April 13th - April 15th

The Hershey Centre
Bolton Rotary was recognized as a community partner in the AED-CPR Program that has trained more than 17,000 students in life-saving skills in 60 schools across Peel Region. 
Our club joined others to donate towards the Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines 3 years ago.  Some of the money went right away to lend a hand for the immediate emergency.
We were successful with $140,000 usd Global Grant to refurbish 5 schools that were still in need of rebuilding and refurbishing.
We loaded 2 large 40 foot sea containers with school desks, chairs, books, sports equipment etc. and dried soup, apples etc. A big thank you to all.
They help implement AED-CPR training in high schools.
Our club funding the program at Humberview, Robert f Hall and St Mikes.
Now every year ALL grade 9 students in Caledon will be learning this life saving skill.
Coleraine Park Environmental Restoration Project 
Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Town of Caledon, James Dick Construction, Rotary Clubs of Bolton & Palgrave & Kinsmen Club of Bolton
We completed this Project on schedule Friday May 13 and the TRCA Field Team did an excellent job machine planting all the 34 trees behind and adjacent to the Caledon Animal Shelter on Coleraine Drive.  The staff & volunteers of the Caledon Animal Shelter and the community dog walkers, not to mention their dogs, will greatly appreciate the shade from these trees on hot sunny days because there were only a few trees in these off-leash areas.  
Richard Hunt - Bolton & District Horticultural Society (BDHS) - Associate Director Environmental Projects
Business Meeting
Dec 18, 2017
Induction for Maureen Hart
Carine Strong
Jan 08, 2018
Volunteer MBC
Jan 15, 2018
Drake Apothecary
Business meeting
Jan 22, 2018