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Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
75 Kent Street
Charlottetown, PE  C1A 1M9
Rotary Radio Bingo PEI
Rotary Radio Bingo is a media Bingo broadcast on CFCY the Island’s Country music station,
, every Tuesday night from 7:00PM until 8:00PM. The Rotary Radio Bingo operates in
the CFCY listening area (island wide) and is operated by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown - click here for full rules.
Bingo Cards are sold through a number of retail locations, please click here to see a complete list of distributors.
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The Rotary Club of Charlottetown is celebrating it's anniversary with the Rodd Charlottetown on Thursday, October 3rd. Please see below for additional details. We welcome all current and former Rotarians and their spouses to attend. As well, non-Rotarians are also welcome. In attendance will be Premier Dennis King, Lt Governor Antoinette Perry, Charlottetown Mayor Philip Brown and Rotary District Governor Louisa Horne. Please contact Della Parker at the email below for additional details.   
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown is pleased to announce the following donations during the 2019 fiscal year from proceeds of our Rotary Radio Bingo fundraiser.  A special thank you to all Islanders who play and our sponsors who support Rotary Radio Bingo on Tuesday nights at 7:00PM CFCY.
$10,510       Abegweit Mi’kmaq Wellness Centre
$5,000         Alzheimer Society of PEI
$1,849         Bikes for Books
$3,150         Canadian Ski Patrol
$2,720         Charlottetown Rural High School Real Care Baby Program
$500            Colonel Gray Safe Grad
$4,600         Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards
$10,000       Family Service PEI
$3,000         Kid Sport (Sport PEI)
$2,700         PEI 55+ Games Society
$500            PEI Ground Search & Rescue
$12,000       PEI Literacy Alliance
$5,554         PEI Table Tennis Association
$3,854         Prince Street Home & School Association
$2,500         Seniors Active Living
$3,000         St. Jean’s School Breakfast Program
$2,250         The Adventure Group
$5,000         The Appin Road Summer Day Camp
$3,200         The REACH Foundation
$4,500         Upper Room Hospitality Ministry
$17,000       Western Region Sport & Recreation
$5,000         Wild Child Forest School
$108,387     Total
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown is pleased to announce the following donations during the 2019 fiscal year from our portion of the Rotary Easter Seals Campaign.  Thank you to all Islanders and our sponsors who support this worthy cause.
$30,000       Camp Gencheff
$5,000         Learning disabilities
$2,200         PEI Citizen Advocacy Inc.
$8,000         PEI Council of People with Disabilities
$15,000       Queens County Residential Services  
$7,055         Stars for Life Autism
$67,255       Total   

The Rotary Club of Charlottetown is also pleased to announce the following International donations during the 2019 fiscal year.


$1,000         Loving the Least Ministries

$7,500         Mikindure Children of Hope

$5,400         Indigenous Kallari Farmers Cooperative

$6,675         Mobile Medical Diagnostic Unit Brazil

$3,400         Project to help offset infant mortality rate in Uganda

$6,000         5 Shelter Boxes to assist those effected by floods in Mozambique and Zimbabwe

$29,975       Total

The Rotary Literacy Foundation recently announced over $70,000 in funding to help improve literacy rates on PEI. They approved the following grants:
-$40,000 to the PEI Literacy Alliance’s Ready Set Learn program which offers free tutoring to elementary-aged children who struggle in school.
- $10,870 to the Charlottetown Boys’ and Girls’ Club to support their school readiness program.
- $5,000 to the Public Schools Branch for the Birchwood Intermediate High School’s Library so they can buy more books.
- $5,260 to Abegweit First Nations to promote in-school Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture and Math workshops among Island students.
- $5,000 to the Town of Georgetown for a collaborative writing project at Kings Playhouse.
- $6,000 to the PEI Writers’ Guild for Reading Street, a community event focused on promoting literacy.
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Our latest Rotarian of the Month is Angus Orford. Angus and his fellow committee members have ensured our Remembrance Day commemoration continues to be an esteemed tradition in our club. His dedication to creating a program that highlights specific areas of recognition makes each year a special event.
Angus is also one of two Rotarians representing our club on the Learning Centre project. His counsel on this item has been very helpful as we go through the process to find a place for Rotary in this worthy endeavour.
Thank you Angus, for all you do for the Rotary Club of Charlottetown.
We were pleased to donate $500 to 95.1 FM CFCY’s annual Christmas Miracle Campaign. This worthy fundraiser provides gifts to children in need during the holiday season.