The Metro Turning Point offers shelter services to help with housing and health needs for men, trans individuals, and gender nonconforming individuals who are experiencing homelessness. This service is provided by Shelter Nova Scotia and is eligible to individuals ages 16 years and older who are experiencing homelessness and who are without the funds required to obtain housing elsewhere.
On Sunday November 21st the Rotary Club of Dartmouth were at the Metro Turning Point to provide a meal for the people currently residing at the shelter.  Pictured here, from left to right, are Rotarians Don Penwell, Bob Johnson, Ken McCormick and Reid Harrison.   Another example of living our motto of “Service Above Self”
If you are interested in knowing more about Rotary you are welcome to join us at one of our Monday meetings at 12 noon at the Parkside Pub & Smokehouse 14 Highfield Park Dr., Dartmouth or go to our website at