Posted by Shelly Duben on Oct 10, 2018
Ted Brandon is proud to be the president of the Rotary Club of Haliburton which has been serving the Haliburton community since 1944.
One of the club’s best community projects is the “Good Food Box” project. Club members prepare and distribute between 220-270 bags of produce on the third Thursday of each month. One of the reasons that this project is so successful is because the activity has replaced one of their weekly meetings, so it is “all hands-on deck” and member participation is high. For more information about the “Good Food Box”, please contact the chair, Brian Nash.
In terms of international service, the club partners with the Rotary Club of Balour in India on an English school and a cataract eye clinic. This is an ongoing partnership and this year they are assisting with the purchase of solar panels for the facility. One of their club members travelled to India for the opening of the school.
If you are ever in the Haliburton area, please consider doing a make-up at the Rotary Club of Haliburton. The club meets at the Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre on Thursdays at 5:45 pm.
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