Rotary Club of Bolton

Welcome to Bolton, in the Hills of Caledon!


Peace through Service

We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Rotary Place
P.O. Box 405
Bolton, ON  L7E 5T3
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What a team! helping to beautify Bolton

What a day! We exceeded all expectations and feedback from the golfers was fantastic - especially our entertainment with Todd and Greg from Golf With Attitude - we'll get some photos up on the golf  Special thanks to sponsors, golfers, volunteers and the committee for making the day such a success.

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

Aldo and Hectorine were there to celebrate  Rotary Day at the Vatican

Proud to have Patricia Spiteri and Rita Cantelon join the family of Rotary

Bob and Sherrin presented images of their
recent trip to India.  This team of Rotarians visited many school sites and did a polio innoculation day.  With only 7 current new cases,
and continued vigilance we can succeed with polio eradication in 2016.  A truly awesome accomplishment spearheaded by Rotary.

Coming in 6th place - this club at Humberview has got winning potential!


This is the 2nd phase of the work done at Las Carretas School.....the old one where the boy was trying to drink water from the tap....but no water, also where the dogs and pigs were in the mud on the street.  Now they have 2 more classrooms, Toilets & wash station with clean water (there is a water tank on the roof).
Good work done by RC Gualan

Welcome to our newest member Greg Pannia !

Stacey Tarrant joined Melanie Johannink and President Karen Fast to accept this cheque for $5000. from our Christmas Auction proceeds.  It will go toward an education program for youth to create awareness about impact of abuse on families

Over 340,000 being checked & shipped to needy around the world from this place in Kitchener.  Of these 73 were created or collected by Humberview Interact Club.  

Eight children waved from their skiis, sleds and snowboards coming down the snowflake hill this year!  weather was wonderful and children lined the streets to receive one of the 4,000 toothbrushes we distributed.  

North Hill and the baseball diamonds here are a couple of pictures of the Baseball pavilions we helped support along with the Town of Caledon, The Bolton Braves and the Kinsmen.
This the the Kinsmen's 50th anniversary this year so we were very happy to partner with them.
The picnic tables will be added in the spring and plaque commemorating the site

Rotary Club of Bolton Presents Caledon Parent-Child Centre with Cheque for $6200
At the Rotary Club of Bolton meeting on November 30th, the Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) was presented with a cheque in the amount of $6,200. The funds will support CPCC’s on-going Capital Improvement Project, specifically repairs to structures in the children’s playroom. This generous donation will enhance the CPCC’s ability to deliver services that support healthy child development, and nurture positive parent-child interactions. Pictured here (left to right) are Jeanne Egan, Ailsa Stanners-Moroz (Program Manager - CPCC), Karen Fast (President – Bolton Rotary) and Teresa Colasanti (Executive Director – CPCC)

Welcome to new member Rick Arthur !



 Sea Cadets co-ordinated all the parking for Ribfest and shared in the proceeds as a fundraiser for their program activities with Caledon Navy League 

portable ultrasound unit recently purchased with funding provided by the Rotary Club of Bolton. 
Proud to be recognized on the new Cavalier fleet

  The ACT foundation has partnered with Rotary and the Humberview school to train students and staff CPR and defibulator skills as part of their health education program. 

During weekend competition Alphadogs Robotics team at Humberview School came in 3rd out of 40 teams!
Thank you again for your ongoing support of Etobicoke General Hospital.  Your annual contribution towards equipment for the  hospital help our physicians, nurses and all our clinicians continue to provide excellence in care to our patients.  Providing a brand new comfy stretcher to our ER patients will make all the difference to them whether they are waiting to be seen by a physician, waiting to be taken to diagnostic imaging for a scan or waiting for a patient room. THANK YOU for providing this indispensable piece of equipment and for helping to make our patients feel comfortable while waiting in the busiest unit of the hospital. Last year there were 72,911 patient visits to the Emergency Department, that’s almost 200 a day! On behalf of all the patients and families that visit our Emergency Unit- thank you for this wonderful gift!
I look forward to seeing you all at your annual golf tournament in May!!  Warmest Regards,  Anna

Jun 06, 2016
Susanne Rea - SPOUSAL
World's Greatest Meal
Jun 13, 2016
No Meeting
after changeover
Jun 20, 2016
Aurane Bugnon - SPOUSAL
Exchange Farewell
Jun 27, 2016
First meeting as el-presidente
Jul 04, 2016
Jul 11, 2016
Jul 18, 2016
Carole Berry
ErinoakKids - centre for Autism and disability
Jul 25, 2016