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.... Welcome to the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

Visit the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

We meet Fridays at
12:15 PM
Paradise Inn & Suites
11201 - 100 Ave.

Rotary Room
(South Entrance) 

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Map to Hotel 

District Site



Meets every
2nd and
4th Tuesday
7:30 PM in
Students Association Lounge
Grande Prairie Regional College
Rotaract is Rotary for 18 - 30's.
Founded by the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie



We are this close to ending Polio.


Club Executives & Directors

President Elect
Past President
Sgt. At Arms
Executive Administrator
Youth Services Liason
Member Orientation Chair
Care Committee Chair
Public Relations
Rotary Foundation
Club Administration Director
BBQ Crew Chair
International Youth Exchange
Public Relations Director
Dream Home Ticket Sales
Dream Home Management
Greeting Table
Food Bank/Kettles
Placement Program
Small Donations
Green-a Thon
Bus Tours
Global Projects
Group Study/Friendship Exchange
Chair - Rotary Park Campground Committee
Air Cadets
Guest Speaker Coordinator
Service Projects Director
Membership Director

There are over 300 Rotarians in Grande Prairie.  Is Rotary for you?  Here is a short video to see what it's all about.  If you want to know more, contact us.

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Club News and Happenings

Club makes a donation to the Golden Age Centre for renovations for $25,000.

The Club presented Andre Ouellette with a cheque for $5,000 for his daughter's memorial fund. Andre was at the club talking about the Conspiracy of Hope project that is raising awareness about suicide and encouraging conversations about it in order to bring hope to those who are struggling.
Cheque for $3500 was presented to Dennis Fedeyko for the GP Music Festival.

Reading University recieves a $5,000 donation for their wonderful program. 




Today the Club donated $20,500 to various community and 1 international project. Pictured is the presentation to the GP Cricket Club


Tickets now on sale!
President Frank Daskewich looks on as Don Gnatiuk presents Fletcher Bootle with a crystal and a diamond pin. This presentation is in recognition of Fletcher and his wife Diane Bootle becoming major donors, level 1  and sustaining members of the Rotary Foundation.
ImageWe were very fortunate to have a presentation  from Digvijai Singh Parmar and Jason Schembri of the Grande Prairie Cricket Assoc. They have recently built a cricket pitch at the Northridge Field and offer cricket instruction every Wednesday at 7pm with fun games on Saturday and team games on Sunday.

Frank Daskewich presents Lorraine Gabriel with her Past President's pin.Image



Friday the club was please to present : Fletcher Bootle was presented with his Paul Harris Fellow + 8 pin and Merle Hawryluk was presented with her Paul Harris Fellow + 1 pin




Cheque Presentations to the Grande Prairie Friendship Centre and Paul Harris Fellowship for the Side sisters in recognition of their work with Reading University.


Dave Johnson came to update the club the Youth Wellness Centre at the Composite High School. He happily shared quotes from facility and students on their experiences at the centre. It is safe to say this centre is making a real difference in the lives of students who need mental health assistance in our community......


A donation back to the community to support the Friends of Saskatoon Lake...

It’s that time! Six years ago, the Rotary Jasper Trip started with around 30 people from a couple Clubs – last year we had over 110 people from 4 Grande Prairie Clubs!      

More Info...


The Grande Prairie Rotary Club has entered into the world of Facebook.




Welcome Doug and Jennifer, the newest members of the Grande Prairie Rotary Club...


A message from Jessica our scholarship student

Tim Meng - President of the Rotary Foundation gave a presentation on the Foundation and it's work done locally and internationally.  Tim issued a challenge to  each member to donate at least $10 this year....



Our club execs take the podium to provide updates...



Last night all for Grande Prairie Clubs came together at the District Governor’s dinner.  Great company and good cheer was shared by all providing an opportunity for the local club members to mingle with other members.







What other Rotary Club has a member with a helicopter, willing to offer up a scenic tour of Grande Prairie?


Congratulation to Pauline Spinney from the Peace River Rotary Club; winner of the contest. Pauline's ticket was drawn at the Luau on Friday night.
She decided to take some of our Interact kids along for the ride.

Thanks to Roch and Gemini helicopter's for donating this prize to the District Conference.




Apr 24, 2015
Rob Petrone
Oil Industry Update
May 01, 2015
Mayor Bill Given
City of Grande Prairie Updates
May 08, 2015
Tyla Savard / Monica Kreiner
Classification / Project Amigo Experience
May 15, 2015
May 22, 2015
May 29, 2015
Jun 05, 2015
Jun 12, 2015
Brandon Mann & TBA
Jun 19, 2015
Turkey Delegates
Rotary Friendship Exchange
Jun 25, 2015
Jul 03, 2015
Jul 10, 2015
Jul 17, 2015
Jul 24, 2015
Jul 31, 2015
Aug 07, 2015
Aug 14, 2015
Aug 21, 2015
Aug 28, 2015
Avalon Heemsherk
Rebound Exchange Student Presentation

Upcoming Events


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