Southampton Rotary Club

Supporting Rotary Causes incl. the Police Service Contingency Fund.

Southampton Rotary Club

Supporting Rotary Causes incl. the Police Service Contingency Fund.

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St Patrick's Day Zoom Party

$5,000.00 goal
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When
7:00 PM EDT to 9:00 PM EDT
Where
From the comfort of your own home..!
  

Southampton Rotary Club

Supporting Rotary Causes incl. the Police Service Contingency Fund.

Campaign CTA Media Photo

St Patrick's Day Zoom Party

$5,000.00 goal
0 days left
When
7:00 PM EDT to 9:00 PM EDT
Where
From the comfort of your own home..!
  

Join our St Patrick's Day Zoom Party

It’s the Southampton Rotary St Patrick's Day Party from the comfort and safety of your own home..!

March 17th, 2021 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Check out our Silent Auction Opens March 13th.


Using ZOOM Webinar Rotarians, Rotary Friends, and anyone who loves

to party in a high energy fun loving way will be able to connect.


Enjoy a themed meal from a participating restaurant


Join in the fun, comedy, music, and dancing featuring a range of local talent:

The Pleats

Amber May

Our very own Rotarians, Dave Bertrand, and Ron Mulchey

Fiona Jagelewski

...and our emcee Jennifer O'Reilly



Limit the virus, not the contact.

Invite your friends and stay awhile as we dine in online! and it's all for a good cause!


You can order your favourite food from a local restaurant to give yourself a treat and help keep a local business going.


Take our Challenge.....For every dollar, YOU donate the Rotary Club of Southampton will match it DOLLAR for DOLLAR up to $2500..!

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Our Cause for the Night

The Saugeen Shores Police

Contingency Fund -

'Offering a Helping Hand'

To establish a small fund that the Saugeen Shores Police Service may use at their discretion, to assist and provide a helping hand to both victims, offenders, and their family members to meet basic humanitarian needs. For example:

to provide a bed for the night, a hot drink and meal, dry clean clothing, basic essentials, and activity kits for children.

This new fund is based on a proposal by Rotarian John Vanbastelaar in consultation with the Police Chief, Kevin Zettel.

Southampton Rotary Club

Southampton is a "Rotary Town", with scores of examples of Rotary funded projects, from playgrounds, splash pads, pavilions, student scholarships, youth exchange programs, support to the Foodbanks, Women’s Shelters, International disaster relief, clean water, and maternal health projects and much more...!


Where there is a need you will find a Rotarian looking at how we may make our community and the world a better place.


http://www.southamptonrotary.com/

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Your Chefs for the Evening

Ristorante Rosina

The Queens Bar & Grill

Little Black Dog



Your Entertainment for the Evening

The Pleats


The Pleats, a lively and entertaining quartet featuring homegrown singing talent and multiple instruments, is an area favourite.

The ensemble plays everything from Gospel to Modern style, Bluegrass to Celtic classics and treats the audience to an eclectic set of covers, along with old Scottish and Irish tunes.

The band—made up of Brenda Manderson on vocals, piano, ukulele, and guitar; Nicole Reid on vocals, violin, and guitar; Nick Reid on Great Highland bagpipes; and Laurie Dalton on vocals and bass guitar—was formed about six years ago when the musical chemistry among the group became clear.

With over 50 songs in their diverse collection, Dalton says they decide what to bring to the audience based on an instinctive approach. “We just pick out what makes us happy and what we think will suit the listeners”.


Jennifer O'Reilly

Our Emcee

Dave Bertrand

A guest appearance by our very Southampton Rotarian....don't tell his pupils..!

Fiona Jagelewski

Our Dancer.

Fiona competed at the North American Irish Dancing Championships held in Vancouver, British Columbia in July, 2019 where she secured her spot as a solo competitor for the world competition that was to occur in April 2020 in Dublin. With the onset of COVID, the worlds competition was cancelled three weeks prior to departure for Dublin.  

The World Irish Dancing Championships would have been celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2020, which would have made it a a truly momentous occasion for Fiona.. Worlds were then rescheduled to August 2021, and just recently announced that they are cancelled once again in 2021 and rescheduled to 2022.

Fiona has not decided if she will be competing at the Worlds in 2022 as she will be attending University. Something she deferred by one year due to COVID.

Fiona started her dancing career in September 2012. At 10 years of age, Jagelewski was older than the typical beginners at the Irish dance academy and many girls her age already had a few years' experience, but hours and hours of studio time and fast feet took her down an extraordinary path.

In 2018 Fiona began training at the Doyle Corrigan Academy in Waterloo/London and Baden. During COVID, training was done via Zoom in which she participated from a makeshift stage built by her dad in her basement. Classes have recently commenced in Baden which means three nights a week the trek to Waterloo Region happens.


Amber May

Original Songwriter and musician from Southampton.

See her winding down after performing some numbers for us at the recording.

Ron Mulchey

A Southampton Rotarian, retired former Hospital CEO, Local preacher, wit, storyteller, and raconteur with a love for the finer points of life.




Learn to pronounce



Shakey Trill

Shakey Trill is an original, gutsy and raw blues/folk duo from Saugeen Shores, Ontario, Canada.  Shakey was a nickname given to guitarist/vocalist Mike MacDonald because of his jittery hands. Trill, by definition is the sound of two notes being played rapidly back and forth. Tyler Pantlin fittingly exemplifies this with his harmonica technique.

In January 2019 the duo participated at the 35th International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tennessee representing the Bruce County Blues Society. The challenge was a week long event with performances up and down the famous Beale Street. They were part of the solo/duo category which included over 80 different acts from around the globe. Shakey Trill made it into the final round, top 8 spots which earned them the privilege to play at the historic Orpheum Theatre in Memphis.

Don't miss our Online Auction.

Check out our Silent Auction. It's NOW LIVE.

Click here to enter the auction site

Sorry, we can't have an in-person Dinner Auction but we have the next best thing an online Auction...!


We deliberately did not seek auction items however some of our friends have

kindly submitted items to help benefit our causes.


Bid Bid Bid as it's all for our great causes.


EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A DIFFERENCE

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Would you like to support this event?

Would you like to support us by sponsoring this event?

We recognize that many of our traditional sponsors are suffering due to COVID-19, so we are not formally asking for assistance but if you are able and you would like to assist call Tony Tel: 519 797 3151 and he would be happy to discuss how best you may help.

Our Team

Bryan Mombourquette

Our great friend

and Senior Technical Producer.

Dave Bertrand

Southampton Rotarian, Our Booking Agent, Videographer, and Performer..!

Tony and Sylvia Sheard

Southampton Rotarians

and the Event organizers.

Organized by
Southampton Rotary Club
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