2022 Citizen of the Year

 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Acton is pleased to announce that David McLean has been selected as Acton's Citizen of the Year for 2022. The selection committee, consisting of 3 former citizens of the year, carefully reviewed several worthy candidate submissions, all of whom would have been excellent choices to receive the honour.
 
David is currently the President of Hillsview Acton Living (Seniors) Centre and is also the recipient of the 2022 Halton Volunteer Impact Award! David is a regular blood bank donor and holds several certificates for providing donations over many years. David is a long time “Food for Life’ volunteer, and also an important figure at Branch 197 of the Royal Canadian Legion. A nominator also stated ‘David always goes above and beyond unselfishly helping neighbours (snow blowing driveways, cutting lawns), promoting local businesses and the community and Halton Hills. The list of David’s efforts goes on and on, we will learn more about David at an upcoming event in his honour!

Tuesday October 11th, 6:30pm

Tickets are available at Acton Optical or email ActonRotary@hotmail.com for more info

 

 
 

Halloween Dance - Saturday October 29th

Acton Town Hall Center 7pm-Midnight
 
Add a little excitement to your Halloween weekend!!
 
An 'all ages' show with entry based upon a free will offering. Wear a costume!
 
Four live bands with a food and cash bar available. 50/50 draw.
 
Acton Rotary Club is pleased to support this event with net proceeds going to the:
 

Townsend Smith Foundation - Building a Hospice in North Halton.

Contribution to Townsend Smith Foundation

On sunny Thursday afternoon, June 30, 2022, members of the Rotary Club of Acton presented a cheque for $4508.70 to representatives of Townsend Smith Foundation, towards building of a hospice in North Halton at Trafalgar Road and 5 Side Road, the current site of Hillcrest United Church.

Representing the Rotary Club of Acton was Bill Vanderyt, President along with Dan Rochester and Karie Draper who are co-chairs of Rotary’s Online Auction Committee.

Representing Townsend Smith we had Janet Townsend, Founder, Pam Mulhall, Treasurer and Margaret Saliba and Lauraine Andrews, Co-chairs of TSF’s Community Awareness Committee. Graciously taking the photos was Lee Gould, Campaign Director. Jean Howden is from the Hillcrest United Church congregation.

Pictured from left to right: Lauraine Andrews, Dan Rochester, Bill Vanderyt, Karie Draper, Pam Mulhall, Janet Townsend, Margaret Saliba and Jean Howden.

Thank you for Supporting our Online Auction!!

THANK YOU TO OUR MERCHANTS AND SPONSORS FOR THEIR TREMENDOUS SUPPORT OF THIS INITIATIVE!

 

 

2022 Coldest Night of the Year in support of Links2Care

Thanks to the 'Friends of Rotary' - Kati & the 'Your Property Partners' team, Jon Hurst and Clark Somerville who joined us! 
 
  

The Rotary Club of Acton is pleased to Support the

 Acton Youth Center

 
 
 

Thanks to the many generous donations received from our “Zoom Cooking Workshop”,

the Rotary Club of Acton will be giving $1,000 to each of Acton Foodshare and Food4Kids Halton.