Florenceville Rotary Club





Interact Club of Carleton North Charter Night

Interact Club of Carleton North Charter Night

Florenceville-Bristol CAO Sarah Pacey speaking to our club.

President Wallace Antworth accepting check for $500 from Farm Credit Canada, presented by Rotarian Carol Brennan

Grand Prize Winner Kevin and Dolores Broad with Rotarian Barb O'Donnell

Second Prize Winner Heather Nicholson with Rotarian Barb O'Donnell

Selling Valentine Dinner Tickets

Images from Rotary Dinner/Auction 2018!

Some Images from the 2017 Rotary Dinner /Auction - another successful event!

Paul Harris Fellow Alene Steeves

Paul Harris Fellow Jack McAffee

Jillian Foster and Hannah MacLeod presenting to our club March 27, 2017

Images from our Dinner and Auction on November 19!

Peter McLaughlin from the Carleton Victoria Arts Council introducing the 2016-2017 lineup!

Rotarian Sandy Taylor (right), manager, Bath Scotiabank, presented a cheque for $1,000. to president Valerie Carmichael (left) at the Aug. 15 Club meeting. The Scotiabank Employee Volunteer Program (SEVP) provides financial assistance to qualifying organizations in which employees have been active participants for at least one year. Employees must have at least 50 hours of service within the last twelve months working as an unpaid officer, director, volunteer, fund raiser or organizer. Sandy Taylor was a successful applicant who met all these prerequisites.
The Florenceville Rotary Club provides funds for many local projects; such as, scholarships, curl for cancer, Adventures in Citizenship, School Band and Choir, Bath Manor,  sending Disadvantaged Children to Camp Rotary, music festivals, local initiatives and many other projects. The Florenceville Rotary Club is also committed to global projects – clean water, polio plus, shelter boxes, needs of third world countries – to name a few. Rotarians expressed appreciation to Rotarian Sandy with a round of applause and also acknowledged the generosity of Scotiabank.

Our Lucky Winner is...

Maria Brennan!

Joint Meeting with Perth-Andover and Woodstock Clubs - October 20

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Four of our members participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prior to our meeting Monday night (September 8). Thanks to Wallace for providing the bucket!

Our Paul Harris recipients  of 2014

The winning ticket  for the 2014 Valentine's Dinner was drawn at our February 3 meeting and the winner is....Dale McIntosh!


Here is Dale accepting his prize from Valentine's Dinner Chair Carol Brennan at our February 10 meeting.

On Jan. 16, 2014 our President, Garth Hatheway attend a meeting of the Club Rotario el Dorado, Panama by invitation of the President of that club, Jose Gonzalez Chea. He is the gentleman on the far right. Garth Hatheway, president of the Rotary Club of Florenceville, is the man in the middle. The man on the extreme left is Jose Rafael Bolanos, District Governor for Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua and El Salvador. He was the guest speaker for the meeting.

The picture below shows the Rotary four way truth test in Spanish and the Club Banners for the Rotary Club meeting our President, Garth Hatheway, attended in Panama on Jan. 16, 2014.

This is a picture of our President, Garth Hatheway, bringing greetings from the Florenceville Rotary Club to the Club Rotario el Dorado in Panama at their regular meeting held at the Hotel Continental in Panama.

This is a photo of the members who were present at the regular meeting of the Club Rotario el Dorado, Panama at their regular meeting held on January 16, 2014.

2013 Rotary Christmas Party
We held our Christmas Party on December 9, an excellent Turkey dinner! Entertainment included performances by the Florenceville Middle School Choir and the Carleton North High School Choir:

An Induction Ceremony was performed for two of our new members, Christine Mayrand and Wallace Antworth:

Finally, a Paul Harris Fellow Award was presented to Honorary Member Maria Wybenga:

2013 Santa Claus Parade
Our Club entered a float in the Santa Claus Parade in Centreville on November 23. Many thanks to Rotarians Reg and Wallace for their hard work!

2013 Rembrance Day Breakfast
The Florenceville Rotarians served breakfast on November 11 at the Florenceville Community Hall to over 60 people. An excellent breakfast was enjoyed by all!

The Rotary Club of Florenceville would like to thank all who attended our Fall Dinner and Auction on November 2, 2013 as well as those who donated to this event. We'd also like to thank everyone who volunteered, prepared the meal, and helped out in any way!


Here are some images from our auction and dinner:

Some of the many items available in the Silent Auction

Our Auctioneer

A good time was had by all!


The Rotary Club participates in the “Reaching Out to Read” program in conjunction with Horizon Health Volunteers and Talk With Me to give each child that comes to the Immunization Clinic in Florenceville an age appropriate book.  The clinic is held once a month at Faith Memorial United Church, Florenceville-Bristol.  The Rotary Club provides the books for the children and recruit volunteers to encourage reading to pre-schoolers while at the clinic.  If you wish to volunteer call Lorena Green (276-4870) or e-mail rgreen@nb.sympatico.ca

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