Oshawa Centre
419 King St W
Oshawa, ON L1J 2K5
Save your bottles and cans over the holidays! Put them to use for the community!
The two great Rotary Clubs of Oshawa and Oshawa-Parkwood have joined forces for another project in our great community. Members from both Rotary Clubs in Oshawa, invite the citizens of Oshawa, to the Rotary Community Bottle Drive in Oshawa, on January 9, 2021. The proceeds will go to help Rotary community projects.
Rotary Bottle Drive
Oshawa Centre
Northwest Parking Lot
Dec 9th
It was announced by Club Presidents Trish Best of the Oshawa Rotary Club and Sue MacKinnon of the Oshawa-Parkwood Rotary Club.
“We are asking the citizens of Oshawa to drop off their bottles and cans, wine bags in the north-west parking lot at the Oshawa Centre, 419 King St West on Saturday, January 9 from 10 AM to 2 PM, “ added Oshawa Rotary President Trish Best..
“Save your empties over the holiday season, look for the Rotary signs, on January 9. We will be there to collect you empties and your food items,” added Rotary Club of Oshawa-Parkwood President Sue MacKinnon.
The money collected will be used to the benefit local community projects.
Both Rotary Presidents agreed that there are so many new challenges facing the Rotary Clubs in Oshawa and all over the world. But they both agreed that Rotary is responding. Humanitarian service remains their primary focus, no matter the circumstances.
This is another community project from the two great Rotary clubs in one great community.
The Rotary clubs invite the public to visit the www.rotaryoshawa.org and the www.rotaryoshawa-parkwood.org website for more information about the two Oshawa Rotary Clubs.
The Rotary Clubs, here in Oshawa are made up of local business, professional, and civic leaders. They meet regularly, get to know each other, form friendships and through that, they are able to get things done in our community.
The main objective of Rotary International is service, in the community and throughout the world. As volunteers, Rotarians build goodwill and peace, provide humanitarian service, and encourage high ethical standards in all vocations.
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members of more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work improves lives at both the local and international levels, from helping families in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world. The first Rotary club was founded in Chicago in 1905.