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From News Channel 5: "Anyone driving through Mallets Bay in Colchester these days will immediately notice the dozens of American flags. Every flag is sponsored by a community member in honor of a local hero.  A hero could be a veteran, front-line worker, or someone who's helped out during the pandemic. The project is called Operation Flags for Heroes. It's being put on by the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club. Organizers think seeing the flags every day means so much after such a tough year..."

Operation Flags For Heroes officially kicks off on Memorial Day weekend this year. Memorial Day is always a wonderful day to honor our Veterans who have given so much to our country.  And this year, in celebration of hopefully nearing the end of this difficult “Covid” period, it is also time to honor the essential workers including health care personnel, first responders, teachers and grocery and pharmacy employees. We all know someone who is a hero that should be honored.
The Colchester-Milton Rotary's annual [Virtual] Fill The Truck For The Food Shelf 2021 starts May 1st!
Hunger in Vermont remains higher than at any point in recent history, including the 2009 Recession.
We will be collecting only monetary donations again this year (due to Covid) for the entire month of May. Last year our goal was $5,000 and thanks to our generous community we raised over $9,200 for the Colchester, Milton & Grand Isle food shelves. This year, due to continued critical need, we're setting the bar high at $10,000. See below for details and how to donate.
 
Milton Interact members participated in the MHS Interact Green Up on Wednesday, April 28. The weather was perfect and the group focused on the perimeter of the high school as well as Route 7. Pictured are Freshman Lydia Beaulieu, Sophomores Avery Hemingway and Julia Banacos, and Seniors Anna Kaigle (vice president) and Manolis Anemikos (president). Also shown are Jenn Haas, MHS Interact Advisor, future Interacter Patrick Endres, and Rotarian Kathi Walker-O’Reilly.
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The Colchester-Milton Rotary has donated thousands of masks to several local organizations including:
 
  • Pine Forest Child Care Center to Assistant Director Julie Lafountaine
  • Champlain Islands Parent Child Center
  • South Hero Fire Department
  • Milton School District 
  • Milton Police, Fire and Rescue departments
  • Milton Family Community Center
  • Counseling Connection
  • Counseling Connection Training Institute
  • Youth Build

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