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Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
75 Kent Street
Charlottetown, PE  C1A 1M9
Rotary Radio Bingo PEI
Rotary Radio Bingo is a media Bingo broadcast on CFCY the Island’s Country music station,
, every Tuesday night from 7:00PM until 8:00PM. The Rotary Radio Bingo operates in
the CFCY listening area (island wide) and is operated by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown - click here for full rules.
Bingo Cards are sold through a number of retail locations, please click here to see a complete list of distributors.
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                                              Rotary Radio Bingo PEI                                               
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                                                                 Next LIVE game is on Tuesday
                                                                               May 23rd
                                                                                  Live on:
                                                                       JACKPOT is $2,600!
                                                     Grows weekly, if not won! To a Max of $4,000
                                   Laura Roche won the Jackpot of $2,300 was won on April 4th
                        Dwayne Costain won the $4,000 Jackpot on March 7th - Congratulations! 
                                              His Cards were purchased at Ceretti's in Borden.
                                          Please see link to the left for a complete list of prizes and rules
                                                 Please see below for a list of store locations where
                                                                       Bingo Cards are sold 
                                                              Profits will be used in benefit of our
Rotary Radio Bingo Cards are For Sale in all major communities in PEI at the following locations:
- All Murphy's Pharmacy locations in PEI except Morell & North Rustico. Murphy’s has Drug stores in in Charlottetown, Stratford, Cornwall, Summerside, Kensington, North Rustico, Wellington, & Tyne Valley                   
- All Needs Stores in PEI. Needs has stores in Stratford, Charlottetown, Summerside, Morrell, Montague, Souris, and Mount Albion
- All Mel's Petrocan in Charlottetown, Winsloe, Kensington, and Summerside. This includes Mel’s Shell in Cornwall (North River)
- Irving in Winsloe  
- Irving at 644 University Ave (beside A & W)  
- O'Leary's Farmers Co-op
- Pat’s Retail Kwik Way Irving in Alberton
- Eugene’s General Store in Tignish
- Cooks Corner store in Miscouche
- Ceretti's Grocery (Irving) in Borden-Carleton
- South Shore Pharmacy in Crapaud
- Hunter River Pharmacy
- Eptek Gas Bar in Scotchfort
- Cooper's Red & White in Eldon
- Pharmasave in Souris
- Daryl's General Store in Georgetown
- Profit's Race Trac Gas & Convenience in Elmsdale. 
- Gallants Clover Farm in Rustico
- North Rustico Food Market
- Oyster Bed Rite Stop
- Baker & Son Petrocan in Montague
- Alan's Convenience in Lennox Island
- Miller's Esso in Murray River
- Waugh's Quik Mart in Summerside
- S & E Grocery, 415 Central St, Summerside 
- MacDonald's Rite Stop in St. Peter's 
STARTING March 8th: 
- Queen's Convenience on Queen St, Charlottetown
- Big Dog Convenience Kinkora, & Mount Stewart 
- Gass's General Store in New Haven
- Clow's Red & White in North Wiltshire
- Gass's Store in Meadowbank
- Ellerslie Rite Stop in Ellerslie 
- Island Hill Farm in North Wiltshire
- Royal Canadian Legion in Tignish
- for more information call 892-1066 95.1 FM CFCY. They will direct your message to Rotary Radio Bingo PEI
Six trees were planted and two benches presented to mark 100 years of Rotary on Prince Edward Island. Honourable H. Frank Lewis, Richard Brown representing the Province, members of the Government House Garden Committee, descendants of the Charter Members of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown, Rotarians, and their guests, were in attendance. After the tree planting, people enjoyed refreshments at Government House.
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown & Stratford, represented by President's Wes MacAleer & James Pineau, helped plant two trees in Stratford on May 15th in memory of Tom DeBlois & Jack Cutcliffe. David DeBlois planted a tree in memory of Tom with his mother, Claudia, and his sister, Suzi. There were about 30-40 people in attendance with almost 20 employees of Sobey's. 
The trees are yellow birch and were planted on Sobey's property across from Petro Canada on the corner of Trans-Canada and Kinlock Road in a landscaped area. The remaining 8 trees in the Stratford area will be planted on Saturday in the new park at Reeves Estate.
The Cutcliffe family were also very appreciative of this event with Jack's daughter representing the family. Rotary Club of Charlottetown President, Wes MacAleer and incoming Rotary Club of Stratford President, Emile Gallant and Club Secretary, John Rhynes are also pictured below.
On Friday May 19th, Arbor Day, Forty trees were planted in Victoria Park by Hillsborough Rotarian's Penny Walsh-McGuire, Susan Fraser, Dawn Alan, & Heather Tedford. Rotary Club of Charlottetown is represented by Umesh Gupta and Bob Moffatt.
Also on Friday, Craig Harris and several members of the Rotary Club of Summerside, along with some local children, planted 25 new trees in the ground at Rotary Friendship Park in Summerside.
At our May 15th meeting, we gathered to have our picture taken for the Book on the History of Rotary in PEI which is to be published this summer. Thank you to those who attended.
On May 15th, we were visited by Rotarian Yoshio Nakamura and his family from Japan. Yoshio's daughter, Hikaro, was a Rotary International Youth Exchange student 2014-2015 in the United States. The Nakamura's were in Charlottetown for the UPEI graduation of their other daughter. They are seen below presenting our Club with a Banner from the Rotary Club of Yamato Den-en in Kanagawa, Japan.
Many thanks to the Centennial Committee for all the effort being placed to ensure we have a successful Centennial year. This year's Events included the New Year's Day Levee, Tree Planting. Still to come are the Book on the History of Rotary in PEI this summer, Youth Exchange Event at Red Shores during Old Home Week, and the RI President's Dinner on October 1st.
From left to right: Jim Mcnutt, Sandra MacKay, Larry Sider, Ken Gillis, Bob Moffatt, Lorne Moase, Moe Rogerson, and Mary McMillan.