Rotary Club of Weyburn 


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Celebrating 90 Years of Service to Weyburn and International Communities


Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Royal Canadian Legion
150 3rd Street
Weyburn, Saskatchewan  S4H 0W2
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Rotary has partnered with STARS for this event. Funds raised will be shared equally between Rotary and STARS. Rotary’s share will help support many local community and international projects.  Examples include the Weyburn Hospital Foundation, Camp Easter Seal, Care-A-Van Society, Habitat for Humanity, student educational scholarships, Polio-Plus, Shelter Box program and many other groups and organizations.

In conjunction with “The Drop”, Rotary is hosting a Golf tournament as well as a 50/50 Putting Contest.

Tickets are available from Rotary Members.

Tickets sell for $5.00 or $50.00 per book.

A total of 6000 tickets are available for purchase. Don't miss your opportunity to support Rotary, STARS and win prize money  

                                                                 1st  -$5,000.00

                                                                 2nd - $3,000.00

                                                                 3rd - $1,000.00



Mark your calendar for Friday August 7, 2015.

In conjunction with 2015 Golf Ball Drop, Rotary Club of Weyburn is hosting a Golf Tournament.

Individuals or teams of 4 may register at Weyburn Golf Club Pro Shop 306 - 842- 5881

Includes Golf, Par 3 Hole in One insurance, novelty holes, prizes by flight, fun, and barbeque supper following the Golf Ball Drop.

Test your skill (or Luck) at the 50/50 Putting Contest before the Tournament.

Registration is $125.00 per Player.

Proceeds shared with STARS and Rotary Club of Weyburn.

Take the summer afternoon to join Rotary and have some fun.





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