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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
Milton High School Interact has been busy despite the COVID-19 virus and having to meet virtually since the start of the school year! MHS Interact is high school service club under the umbrella of the Colchester-Milton Rotary. It consists of students from all four years who want to make a difference in their world. They begin each weekly meeting with the Rotary Four Way Test: “Of the things we think, say or do; Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?”. So far this year, they have donated food to the Milton Food Shelf, sent Thanksgiving meals for the MFCC food drive, and, for their international project, donated funds to Heifer International to purchase a goat, a flock of chicks, and extra money to reach places where it is most needed. Virtual meetings are a challenge, but these Milton High School students have met the challenge and represent the best of the next generation. They deserve a hearty “thank you”!
Milton Town Manager, Don Turner, and his assistant, Michaela Foody receiving 300 IN/95 masks donated by Colchester-Milton Rotary on February 16, 2021. These masks will be distributed for use among Milton Police, Fire and Rescue Departments to help meet their needs during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to ALL who helped make the 2020 Colchester Holiday Baskets program happen. As a result of your efforts, 146 families (29 Seniors), for a total of 286 adults and 252 children, had a better holiday with more food in their stomachs and pantries. Total items distributed include 6,380 food items, plus: mittens, gloves, hats, Beanie Babies, dental supplies, and $1,550 of gift cards. See more photos here.
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!

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