Newcastle Rotary donates to Hospice Miramichi

On November 1, 2019 the Rotary Club of Newcastle hosted it’s annual “Bags and Bubbles Purse Auction” with all proceeds this year going towards the purchase of companion beds for Hospice Miramichi. An outstanding $16,000 was raised and presented to Chairman of the Board of Directors for Hospice Miramichi Paul McGraw!! Our event becomes more…Continue Reading

Rotary Club of Newcastle – Induction of New Members

On Wednesday December 18, 2019 (L to R) Chad Duplessie, Jonathan Chase and Mike Walsh were welcomed to our Rotary family and admit to membership. Fellow Rotarian Francis Malley (Far Right) performed the ceremony. Congratulations to our new members!! Rotary is proud to welcome you to our global community of more than 1.2 million men…Continue Reading

“END POLIO NOW” Tulip Garden Planted by Newcastle Rotary

Newcastle Rotary Club members, along with Miramichi City Mayor Adam Lordon and members of the community planted Rotary Tulips on October 24, 2019 in an effort to raise awareness, funds, and support to eradicate the vaccine-preventable disease. 100 tulips alone were planted at the Ritchie Wharf Park so that in 2020 we can celebrate the…Continue Reading

Rob Lehnert and MVHS Students speak on ADSN ICE Center

The ASDN ICE Centre is an Education Project created by the Anglophone North School District and NBCC Miramichi. The focus of the ASDN ICE Centre is to create a variety of career focused courses for High School students. By creating Dual Credit courses and Certificate courses to offer High School students the opportunity to earn…Continue Reading

I Am Rotary – Adam Hayward

A lifelong Miramichier, Adam Hayward has been teaching in our community for 13 years. He spent 8 of these years at Miramichi Rural School in Bay Du Vin and is currently a Cross Curricular Lead for Anglophone North School District. In 2009 he traveled to Rwanda as part of a delegation of 25 teachers to…Continue Reading

Rotary Club of Newcastle donated to Max Aitken Academy

The Rotary Club of Newcastle presented $4200 to Play to the Max Playground Inc. at the Max Aitken Academy yesterday. Funds raised support the purchase of playground equipment for the school. Pictured are (L to R) parent Erin Casey, Newcastle Rotary President Michael Mersereau, Kristin Close, Newcastle Rotarian Rob MacTavish, Max Aitken Academy Vice Principal…Continue Reading