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The Rotary Club of Newcastle is pleased to announce this years Paul Harris recognition recipients : 

Stacey Sutherland and Marshall Gaston for their community leadership and involvement.

Paul Harris Recognition celebration dinner will be held at the Miramichi Golf & Country Club on Thursday, September 26/19. Doors will open at 6:00 pm and dinner will be served at 6:30 pm.
All meals include salad, main course and dessert for $32.50 including taxes and gratuity.
 All Rotary members, family and friends as well as past Paul Harris recipients are welcome to attend.
Please contact Barbara Stothart at 778-2301
or e-mail: stothartbj03@hotmail.com.
RSVP no later than September 18, and include your choice of
Salmon or BBQ chicken.
 
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 778-2301 or Cellular: 625-2720.
Chairperson: Barbara Stothart

The Rotary Club of Newcastle is pleased to announce this years Paul Harris recognition recipients :

Stacey Sutherland and Marshall Gaston for their community leadership and involvement.

Paul Harris Recognition celebration dinner will be held at the Miramichi Golf & Country Club on Thursday, September 26/19. Doors will open at 6:00 pm and dinner will be served at 6:30 pm.
All meals include salad, main course and dessert for $32.50 including taxes and gratuity.
All Rotary members, family and friends as well as past Paul Harris recipients are welcome to attend.
Please contact Barbara Stothart at 778-2301
or e-mail: stothartbj03@hotmail.com.
RSVP no later than September 18, and include your choice of
Salmon or BBQ chicken.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 778-2301 or Cellular: 625-2720.
Chairperson: Barbara Stothart
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4 days ago

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Great job Stacey !!!!! Well deserved !!

Congratulations for your contribution to Miramichi. Well deserved Marshall and Stacey

Congratulations Marshall and Stacey

Congratulations, Marshall. PAUL is a Paul Harris fellow as well. We are lucky to have such good guys in our lives.

Well deserved! Congrats!

Congratulation Marshall from your Uncle Wilf and me. Well deserved.

Congrats , Marshall a well deserved award, The Rotary is s great organization, congrats to you both

Congratulations Stacey, proud of you💕

Congratulations to. The both of you !

Congrats Marshall

Congratulations Marshall,

Congratulations guys! Two well deserving recipients.

Congratulations to you both

Congrats to you both!!!

Congratulations n

Congratulations Guys!

Congratulations to both. Fine citizens.

Congrats to you both. Very well deserved. Always a smile on Stacey Sutherland's face & Marshall always is there to help out in any situation. You guys rock it everytime☮️♥️

Congratulations.

Congratulations 🎉🎉🎉

Congratulations Stacey Sutherland, & Marshall so well deserved

Congratulations Marshall A Gaston and Stacey Sutherland. 👍🏼

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations to you both. Well deserved. Always a pleasure working with Stacey Sutherland on various Rotary projects and I have long admired Marshall A Gaston at Rotary Rib Fest. He never stops and keeps the property neat and tidy for all who attend. Unbelievable to watch him in action.

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Cradle to Career Miramichi is an initiative designed to help prepare every child, who lives within the greater Miramichi area, for success from birth to career.  Last year Miramichi was the first city in New Brunswick to launch a city-wide campaign to reduce summer learning loss. This year Cradle to Career Miramichi is further enhancing their efforts. The Newcastle Rotary is proud to have been a sponsor for this years Summer Literacy Day Camps. A big thank you to Ann Morrissy of Cradle to Career Miramichi for being our guest speaker today. Thanking Ann was club president Michael Mersereau.

Cradle to Career Miramichi is an initiative designed to help prepare every child, who lives within the greater Miramichi area, for success from birth to career. Last year Miramichi was the first city in New Brunswick to launch a city-wide campaign to reduce summer learning loss. This year Cradle to Career Miramichi is further enhancing their efforts. The Newcastle Rotary is proud to have been a sponsor for this years' Summer Literacy Day Camps. A big thank you to Ann Morrissy of Cradle to Career Miramichi for being our guest speaker today. Thanking Ann was club president Michael Mersereau. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Newcastle Rotary donates to the Downtown Music Festival 

The Downtown music festival will be the next step towards the revitalization of our downtown core. Wynn Curtis (4th from L) representing Gig and Groove, the founders of the Downtown Music Festival has already done a tremendous job promoting our Downtown through the Night Markets that have been held up to this point. 
Queen Elizabeth Park has sprung back to life in large part to a significant redevelopment investment from the City of Miramichi. The pure beauty of the park as it currently sits has drawn folks from all ages back to this historical area of the city.
The Downtown Music Festival that will be held on September 27, 2019 from 5:00 PM - 1:30 AM and will provide the city with yet another opportunity to showcase this fine venue while simultaneously supporting some of the local businesses, pubs and shops which surround the Town Square. 
The Newcastle Rotary is very proud to support this new community event and hope that the community comes in full force to support it too. 
For more information visit the Downtown Music Festival Facebook Page.

Newcastle Rotary donates to the "Downtown Music Festival"

The Downtown music festival will be the next step towards the revitalization of our downtown core. Wynn Curtis (4th from L) representing Gig and Groove, the founders of the Downtown Music Festival has already done a tremendous job promoting our Downtown through the Night Markets that have been held up to this point.
Queen Elizabeth Park has sprung back to life in large part to a significant redevelopment investment from the City of Miramichi. The pure beauty of the park as it currently sits has drawn folks from all ages back to this historical area of the city.
The Downtown Music Festival that will be held on September 27, 2019 from 5:00 PM - 1:30 AM and will provide the city with yet another opportunity to showcase this fine venue while simultaneously supporting some of the local businesses, pubs and shops which surround the Town Square.
The Newcastle Rotary is very proud to support this new community event and hope that the community comes in full force to support it too.
For more information visit the Downtown Music Festival Facebook Page.
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1 week ago

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Thanks so much for your ongoing support, your kindness & your generosity! Always a pleasure visiting with the Rotary Club! 🙂

Members of the Newcastle Rotary boarded the Max Aitken on August 23, 2019 for a social get together. We are truly blessed to live on such a beautiful river and many thanks to Rotarian Greg MacDiarmid for taking such amazing pictures to help us remember such a fun night!

Members of the Newcastle Rotary boarded the Max Aitken on August 23, 2019 for a social get together. We are truly blessed to live on such a beautiful river and many thanks to Rotarian Greg MacDiarmid for taking such amazing pictures to help us remember such a fun night! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our weekly lunch meeting speaker today was Brett Gallant, owner of Adaptive Office, who specializes in computer sales and support.  He is a father to five children and spoke about Electronic Screen Syndrome, what it is, why everyone should be concerned about it, and his personal experiences with it.  The information was well received, with a lot of discussion afterwards.  Brett is a member of the Chatham Rotary Club.  Thanking Brett (R) is Rotarian Jack Christie (L).

Our weekly lunch meeting speaker today was Brett Gallant, owner of Adaptive Office, who specializes in computer sales and support. He is a father to five children and spoke about Electronic Screen Syndrome, what it is, why everyone should be concerned about it, and his personal experiences with it. The information was well received, with a lot of discussion afterwards. Brett is a member of the Chatham Rotary Club. Thanking Brett (R) is Rotarian Jack Christie (L). ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

The Rotary Club of Newcastle was proud to have provided funding towards the construction of a field house at the King Street Turf Field.  Our club provided $27,500, with contributions also from the Chatham Rotary Club, Miramichi United Soccer Club, Soccer NB, and RDC.  Best of luck to the U15 Boys and Girls teams competing this weekend for the provincial titles.

The Rotary Club of Newcastle was proud to have provided funding towards the construction of a field house at the King Street Turf Field. Our club provided $27,500, with contributions also from the Chatham Rotary Club, Miramichi United Soccer Club, Soccer NB, and RDC. Best of luck to the U15 Boys and Girls teams competing this weekend for the provincial titles. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Great community supporters!

Awesome spot! Good luck U15 Girls and Boys Miramichi Soccer Teams.

Thank you for your generosity

Looks great!

Thanks

Great work for providing house Can to helping this type of housees in India tribal communitie for children

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The Newcastle Rotary was pleased to take part in the 2nd Annual Mayors BBQ on August 17, 2019 that was held at the Waterford Green in Miramichi. The event was  hosted in partnership with the Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association and the MNPP (Miramichi Newcomer And Population Partnership). This event welcomes all new citizens to Miramichi, and celebrates our community’s renewal and growing diversity. It also provides information and connections to numerous services, employment opportunities, and community groups that newcomers might want to access. 
Pictured are Newcastle Rotarians Stacey Sutherland and Micheal Mersereau

The Newcastle Rotary was pleased to take part in the 2nd Annual Mayors BBQ on August 17, 2019 that was held at the Waterford Green in Miramichi. The event was hosted in partnership with the Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association and the MNPP (Miramichi Newcomer And Population Partnership). This event welcomes all new citizens to Miramichi, and celebrates our community’s renewal and growing diversity. It also provides information and connections to numerous services, employment opportunities, and community groups that newcomers might want to access.
Pictured are Newcastle Rotarians Stacey Sutherland and Micheal Mersereau
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1 month ago

Carl Watters - Miramichi Timberwolves

Todays guest speaker was assistant coach to the Miramichi Timberwolves, Carl Watters.  The Miramichi Timberwolves are celebrating their 20th year as a Junior A hockey team based out of Miramichi, New Brunswick. They play in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League. Carl discussed the positives and challenges of coaching the Timberwolves over the years including raising funds and looking for lodging for out of city players and believes that the team is looking to have one of their best years to date! Carl has coached in Iceland, Mexico, India and Australia. Thank you Carl for joining us today and The Newcastle Rotary wish our local Timberwolves all the best in their 2019-2020 season!!!

Carl Watters - Miramichi Timberwolves

Today's guest speaker was assistant coach to the Miramichi Timberwolves, Carl Watters. The Miramichi Timberwolves are celebrating their 20th year as a Junior "A" hockey team based out of Miramichi, New Brunswick. They play in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League. Carl discussed the positives and challenges of coaching the Timberwolves over the years including raising funds and looking for lodging for out of city players and believes that the team is looking to have one of their best years to date! Carl has coached in Iceland, Mexico, India and Australia. Thank you Carl for joining us today and The Newcastle Rotary wish our local Timberwolves all the best in their 2019-2020 season!!!
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1 month ago

Brooke Hamilton - Parkland on the River

Brooke Hamilton joined us yesterday at our weekly meeting. Brooke is the Lifestyle & Wellness Consultant for Parkland on the River that is scheduled to open in Spring 2020. Parkland Living is a division of Shannex Incorporated. The company has been in business for over 30 years and provides a safe, modern and active community for mature adults living in the Miramichi and surrounding area.
Thanking Brooke Hamilton is Rotarian Kevin Matthews.

Brooke Hamilton - Parkland on the River

Brooke Hamilton joined us yesterday at our weekly meeting. Brooke is the Lifestyle & Wellness Consultant for Parkland on the River that is scheduled to open in Spring 2020. Parkland Living is a division of Shannex Incorporated. The company has been in business for over 30 years and provides a safe, modern and active community for mature adults living in the Miramichi and surrounding area.
Thanking Brooke Hamilton is Rotarian Kevin Matthews.
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1 month ago

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I think you mean Kevin Kevin J Matthews

From all of us at The Newcastle Rotary Happy New Brunswick day 2019.

From all of us at The Newcastle Rotary Happy New Brunswick day 2019. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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