Sussex Rotary Club
The Sussex Rotary Club is a diverse collection of civic-minded and professional community leaders who meet each week for fellowship, professional enrichment, and the opportunity for service. The Sussex Rotary Club provides an opportunity for business development networking with a variety of community business leaders and professionals. Rotarians help each other, and collectively help others.
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Sussex Rotarian Barry Reicker Passing
The Rotary Club of Sussex was shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden passing of one of our members, Barry Reicker, on June 17th, 2023 (pictured at left, with Past President and Barry's Membership Sponsor, Angie Cummings)
Barry was a recent addition to our Rotary Membership; a stepson of long-standing and involved Rotarian Bob Black. We are honoured that Barry was interred wearing his Rotary Membership Pin.

Like most things, Barry jumped into our Rotary Club with both feet and immediately got involved in our BrewFest Fundraiser. He and his lovely partner Jenn were our Grill Masters for the fundraising event and fostered many friendships that day.

Though his membership was short, Barry left a lasting impact on our Club and his legacy will continue. A donation to The Rotary International Foundation has been made in his memory.

Barry is survived by his young son, Frankie. A Go Fund Me Page has been created to help support Frankie's future and education.

Our thoughts and condolences are with Barry’s many close friends and family at this time.
Sussex Rotary Is Growing!

Sussex Rotary was proud to induct its newest members during a Rotary meeting now hosted at All Seasons Inn!
The new Rotarian Barry Reicker, Alannah Pearson, and Rotary Club President Sheri Shannon are pictured here, left to right.
Sheri presided over the induction and shared a few notes about Rotary for everyone. 

"The Rotary Club of Sussex is known for great work in community support and has been involved in for many years among many other local and international projects. We welcome your strong arms and heart for service... When you shake the hand of one Rotarian (or bump elbows), you are within reach of 1.2 million more."
Welcome to Sussex Rotary, Alannah and Barry! 
Sussex Rotary - Brewfest 2023
After a three-year hiatus, you are cordially invited to the Rotary Club of Sussex's 3rd annual Brewfest
This year at 8th Hussars Sports Centre on Saturday, May 27, 2023, from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM!

Whether you're a seasoned beer connoisseur or just looking to try something new, this event has something for everyone.

You can sample various beverages and talk to the brewers throughout the night. In addition to the drinks, there will be music, a donation BBQ, and exciting prizes to be won!

All proceeds from the event will go towards the Rotary Club of Sussex's community service projects, so you will have a great time and support a good cause.

Mark your calendars and prepare for an unforgettable night of good drinks and great company.

We look forward to seeing you there! Book your tickets today at the Brewfest signup!
Member Profile - Paula Fleming
Name: Paula Fleming, Rotary Club of Sussex Secretary
Occupation: Office Manager, Dr. Mark Fleming Family Dentistry

Joined Rotary: In 2018: I was recruited by my wonderful friend, Lisa Brown. My main interest in joining was to do
international work, and so I became chair of the International Committee. I’d love to travel to Guatemala to help build
one of the many smoke-free stoves we’ve funded, or to the orphanage in South Africa to work on our water,
sanitation and hygiene education (WASH) program. We’ve also sent shelter boxes to Haiti and Ukraine, oxygen
concentrators to India, and helped fund a mobile health clinic in Ghana. I’m very proud of what we’ve accomplished
so far! 

Favorite Rotary activity: I love hands-on service projects in our community, like helping to box groceries at the
Salvation Army, or decorating Smile cookies for the Little Jackie Fund. We’ve also organized work days where we go
to a senior’s home and weed their gardens, paint their fence or repair their deck. It’s that feeling you get when you
know you’ve made a difference in someone’s day.

Rotary Goals: As a retired nurse, I believe I can be helpful working on any number of those international efforts that
I’ve mentioned, and now that COVID restrictions have lifted, hopefully I can make that happen.
About Our Club

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
PO Box 7004
Sussex Corner, NB E4E 5M3
Meetings at All Seasons Restaurant