The Rotary Foundation Walk 2020 in Kingston was held at the Lemoine Point Conservation Area and it raised $1100 for the Rotary Foundation.
The Rotary Foundation Walk for District 7040 was scheduled for Saturday, 9 May 2020 in Canton, New York. But due to the social distancing restrictions, the walk was not permitted. However, a small but dedicated group of Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Kingston-Frontenac braved the cold weather and participated in a small groups (no more than four) walk at the Lemoine Point Conservation Area in Kingston. A total of $1100 was raised for the Rotary Foundation that day. Thank you for the walkers and supporters for making this possible in these difficult circumstances.
Kingston Frontenac Rotary Club was the host of District 7040 Foundation walk in 2018 and again in 2019.
The District 7040 2018 Foundation walk was hosted by the Kingston Frontenac Rotary Club. Many thanks to Rotarian Murray Matheson who masterfully set up this event.
The Kingston-Frontenac Rotary Club hosted the District 7040 Foundation Walk in Kingston on May 11 2019. 62 Rotarians and Friends of Rotary participated. Big thank you to Vincent, Marc, Susan and Peter of the Kingston Historical Society who were stationed along the route to provide historical interpretation. Particular mention goes to Paul Van Nest of the Kingston Rotary Club for planning the route, tops and arranging the volunteers for the second year in a row. Kingston-Frontenac Rotarian Murray Matheson skilfully organized this event. Thank you again Murray! In total, 17 clubs raised over $11,000 for the Foundation.