Posted on Dec 17, 2018
Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Drive

It has been a Christmas tradition for some years now for the Rotary membership to take two-hour shifts attending the Salvation Army Kettle at Sobey’s.

The last week before Christmas was no different in 2018. When incoming President Tina Monahan took her turn, she invited her children, Emmerson and Marley, to share the experience of Rotary community service with her.

What a great way to share Rotary at a young age, and make it a family experience! Many Rotarians pitched in their support...

Salvation Army Kettle Bell



President Lisa Brown also shared Rotary and Community Service by bringing Charlotte Crandell along for her time on the Kettle.

Charlotte attends Lisa’s Tír na nÓg School as a student.





Salvation Army Kettle Bell
Bob Black was there to help out! 
Salvation Army Kettle Bell

Rotarian Alex Coffin took a few hours from his work schedule to help!

Salvation Army Kettle Bell

And our newest Rotarian, Sherri Shannon, who just returned to the Club, was there to do her turn!