Rotary Club Hamilton Christmas Celebration
Vacu-Man is proud to sponsor the Rotary Hamilton Christmas Celebration, where over 600 children will receive a warm meal and a gift. Vacu-Man has been a part of the community for over 15 years, and we are happy to give back to those in need. We would like to thank the Rotary Club of Hamilton for their dedication to making this event possible, and we hope that our contribution will help make this Christmas special for everyone involved.
VACU-MAN PROUD TO SPONSOR ROTARY HAMILTON
Adam Oldfield, President of Vacu-Man Furnace and Duct Cleaning, is also the Director of Communications for the Rotary Club of Hamilton. Adam has been supporting this great event each year without fail. This fantastic event takes place on December 15, 2022, beginning at 11 am, at Cathy Wever School. All children will enjoy the fun and excitement of song, dance, and of course a meal and a gift.
Adam Oldfield’s support of this event each year is just one example of his dedication to giving back to the community. Adam Oldfield and Vacu-Man Furnace and Duct Cleaning are committed to making a difference in the lives of others.
ADAM AND MICHELLE OLDFIELD GIVE BACK
Adam and Michelle Oldfield, the President and Vice President of Vacu-Man Furnace and Duct Cleaning, have been involved with the Rotary Club for over ten years. They became involved because they wanted to give back to the community that had been so supportive of their business, and they continue to be involved because they enjoy being able to help out with such a great cause. They are thrilled that their company is able to sponsor the Rotary Club’s biggest fundraiser of the year, and they are always excited to see the positive impact that the event has on the community. Adam and Michelle strongly believe in the work that the Rotary Hamilton does, and they are proud to be able to support such a great organization.
It’s been a tough year for many, especially inner city children in Hamilton. Many of these children have not had a chance to be in school because “remote” learning isn’t possible due to lack of internet access or even access to a computer. This has been a real challenge for these kids and their families. But, despite the challenges, there have been some bright spots. For example, many community organizations have stepped up to provide support and resources. And, teachers and school staff have gone above and beyond to try to make sure no child is left behind. It’s been a hard year, but the resiliency of these kids and their families is truly inspirational.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
If you’d like to help a local child have a wonderful holiday experience, you can make a donation as well online at RotaryClubHamilton.com. For only $20, you can feed and give a gift to 3 children.