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The Colchester Holiday Basket program has been delivering food, necessities, books, and toys to Colchester families in need for over 40 years.  The program is run entirely by the Colchester-Milton Rotary club and community volunteers and depends on monetary donations from businesses and the local community. Find out how you can help here. Thanks in advance for your support!
The Milton High School Interact Club and Colchester-Milton Rotary are donating eighteen bags to Milton Family Community Center to distribute to families for their Thanksgiving meal.
The Colchester-Milton Rotary Club donated to the Milton High School Interact Club for their Thanksgiving bag food donation that they are participating in with Milton High School Honor Society to give meals to the Milton Family Community Center.
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The Colchester Milton Rotary Club is excited to announce that we are embarking on a project to recognize our community heroes with Operation Flags for Heroes. Our heroes include our soldiers, healthcare workers, school employees , fire and safety personnel, grocery store employees and community volunteers - all those essential to our daily living.
On Saturday, August 1st  Ron Roberge, Ron Lewis, Todd Burgess, Dan Johnson, Kevin Endres and Bob Mohr and I (Sue Mohr) painted the front of the Colchester Food Shelf.  Kevin delivered the lift with Stacey and Patrick, The others painted like crazy on the lift and two ladders, while Bob and I offered support and “expert” ground advice.  It went quickly  and relatively easily (easy for me to say since I was on the ground).  
It really felt great to get out and do something to help our community, especially in these limiting times.
Photos are attached.  
Thank you all so much


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