Rotary Fall Festival 09/20/17
On September 20th 2017 the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club celebrated the coming of fall and all of the wonderful things that we’ve done in the community this year.
Thanks to Groennfell Meadery who provided free food & beverages and thanks to all who attended! 
Club News & Events
At the heart of every Rotary Club is a commitment to community service at home and abroad. The Colchester-Milton Rotary not only serves directly through volunteering and events, but also makes substantial financial contributions to our local communities every year.
This award is given to the Rotarian who made the biggest contribution to the success of the Club for this Rotary year.  All club events, projects, initiatives to be successful require a chair/leader that can deliver.
From basic leadership, to delegation, to a willingness to fill in the gaps to ensure an event’s success these are the attributes of a strong chairperson and active Rotarian.
Like fresh air and enjoy supporting a great cause? The Colchester Milton Rotary is hosting the 5th annual Fun Run with proceeds shared with the Colchester, Milton and Grand Isle food pantries.
Register now to reserve your t-shirt, bring the kids, walk your dog. Challenge all your Fitbit friends the more the merrier- early start gives you the rest of the day to enjoy.
A quick video of the 2016 Holiday Baskets program delivery process in action. Thanks again to all of the volunteers including, Colchester & St. Michael's Fire Departments - and of course Dick Mazza fro your donations including the use of your facilities! 
The Colchester Milton Rotary Club in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach is proud to present the “Big Game Raffle” event. This is one of the club’s fundraisers, the proceeds of which, have helped support many projects over the years.


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