In recognition of Canada’s 150th Birthday, the Rotary Clubs of Barrie are adding another feature to the City’s magnificent waterfront.
To celebrate this event, the Rotary Clubs will be donating a beautiful clock that will sit prominently at the City of Barrie government dock at the foot of Bayfield Street.
Bricks can be customized for personal or business use and they are available in two styles, featuring the Rotary logo or with simple text.
To order bricks, visit buyabrick.net
Register now for the Rotary Club of Barrie Fun Run. Come and join us on Wednesday May 25, 2016 at the South Shore Centre.
Online Registration ($30) closes at 4:00 p.m. on May 25, 2016.
Onsite Registration ($35) and race-kit pickup from 4:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. at the South Shore Centre.
250M Kids' Race starts at 6:10 p.m.
5K and 10K Chip Timed Runs start at 6:30 p.m.
5K Walk starts at 6:30 p.m.
The Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival at the Tiffin Centre is a tradition spanning more than three decades. This year, the event takes place on April 9 and 10, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Funds raised at Spring Tonic help support Rotary programs as well as education and conservation programs at the Tiffin Centre.
Chelsea Chocolates began its journey in 1995 with a desire to make ‘melt in your mouth’ chocolates using fresh cream, butter, high quality flavours and the finest in Belgian chocolate. We are proud to make all our chocolates by hand with homemade fillings to include our famous caramel. People rave from near and far about our caramel turtles and butter creams – it’s kind of like Aunt Jemima’s secret recipe!
Chelsea Chocolates manufactures a complete line of quality chocolates, truffles and specialty items. We believe in making chocolates to order and in small batches to maintain quality and freshness. We have enjoyed excellent customer response. Our chocolates are made in the small village of Craighurst, near Barrie, Ontario, in the traditional hand-formed manner.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of the baskets will go to the projects supported by the Rotary Club of Barrie.
Party candidates for Barrie-South gather after the debate at yesterday's club meeting.
Bonnie North, Colin Wilson, Myrna Clark and John Brassard
The Rotary Club of Barrie has launched a new contest to grade 8 students in Simcoe County.
The contest asks students to write an 800 word essay on “Why it would be cool to be an astronaut”. The students with the top three entries will be invited to meet famous Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield in a special reception on November 25, 2014 at an upcoming Rotary event in Barrie. They will also win free pizza for their entire class. The student with the winning entry will also be provided with an opportunity to “fly a 747” at the University of Toronto’s Institute for Aerospace Studies.
For more information, visit Youth Essay Contest.