The Rotary Club of Guelph South is hosting its inaugural Brunch at the Barn fundraising event on June 4th,2023. The Club hopes to raise over $20,000 and members from other Clubs and our community can make our dreams come true by taking part in this first ever charity event. “This is shaping up to be one of the most upscale and fun fundraisers of the year,” says Rotary Club of Guelph South members Celia Clark and Shelley Adlington, Co-Chairs of the fundraising committee responsible for organizing the event.  
Registration begins at 10:30am on June 4th at the gorgeous Barn Swallow Fields at Thatcher Farms. There will be live entertainment, great silent auction items, and a host of other special features and games – all to bring our community together in support of the local and international charities our Club supports.
“We are looking for sponsors, donors and ticket purchases from members of our community and corporate supporters to bring our vision to fruition”, says Adlington.
All proceeds raised at this event will go directly towards supporting our local and international charitable initiatives. And during our Live Auction hosted by well-known local auctioneer, Robert Milburn, you will have the opportunity to bid on special packages that will directly support five chosen charities.
To find out more about our chosen charities and for details on how to sponsor, donate and purchase tickets visit:
The Rotary Club of Guelph South invites you to attend and support this special event. There are a limited number of tickets available, and we are hoping to fill the venue with 200 guests and supporters of our community.  So please join us for a great Sunday brunch experience!
For more information, please contact:
Celia Clark, Co-Chair, Fundraising Committee -
Shelley Adlington, Co-Chair, Fundraising Committee -
Sharron Riley-Persson, Chair, Marketing Committee -
For Sponsorship opportunities, please contact: 
Zabrina Steffler, Chair, Sponsorship Committee -
{Logos attached: Rotary Club of Guelph South & Brunch at the Barn}
Submitted by Shelley Adlington
Rotary Club of Guelph South