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Fredericton North

Service Above Self

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Thursdays at 12:00 p.m.
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1315 Regent St
Fredericton Inn
Fredericton, NB E3C 1A1
(506) 453-7815
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Rotary clubs in the Fredericton area have long been supporters of Camp Rotary from its inception in 1952 to present. Rotary operated the camp for many years with the additions of washroom buildings, cabins, a dining hall, swimming pool and water sport equipment through fundraising efforts.

The camp is currently operated by Easter Seals. Rotary clubs around the province still fundraise to help the camp provide a complete and enjoyable experience focusing on ability.

Rotary continues its support with the most recent contribution being the purchase of a van for the camp to use for staff and movement of supplies and equipment. As well Rotary clubs fundraise to continue to provide camp fees for children and adults to attend camp encouraging independence and self confidence.

Rotarians are very proud to be part of Camp Rotary and through the collective effort of volunteers are pleased to continue our support into the future. 

On June 1st we supported Fredericton Parks and Trails Day by organising rock painting for ROTARY ROCKS!
Sunny skies greeted us this year as we set up on the lawn outside Picaroons next to our Rotary Bench. It was a busy day for us as we also had Clean Up Day at Camp Rotary so thank you to Hanwell Club members who helped too. We were one of the busiest activities for this event.
Great creations!
The Rotary Club of Fredericton North is honoured and pleased to present on behalf of the family of Elizabeth Jean Currie Steele to Easter seals the 3 pieces of assistive equipment you see here - a wheelchair, a walker and a 3 legged cane .
Elizabeth Jean Currie Steele of Fredericton, NB, passed away on April 7th, 2024 , three months short of her 99th birthday. She was born in Millbank NB, and spent most of her life in Saint John, NB. She was the sister of Richard Currie for whom the Currie centre on UNB campus is named ,
She was able to live on her own until the age of 96 when mobility and vision issues found her moving to Windsor Court in the summer of 2021.
The family wishes to pass on to others the equipment that helped their mum maintain her independence. This way she will continue to give back as she did when she was living.
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