".... give the gifts of time, talent, and knowledge to improve lives in communities across the globe. Through Rotary, we can take these gifts and make a genuine difference in the lives of others and in our world."

Visit the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

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

Rotary Room
(South Entrance) 

 contact us

Map to Hotel 

District Site

 

 

Ract-2c-gd
Meets every
2nd and
4th Tuesday
7:30 PM in
Students Association Lounge
at
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
President elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
Website/Social Media
Administrator
Club Administration Director
Membership director
Media Relations/Advertising
Public Relations Director
Rotary Day
Speakers/Weekly Program
Sargeant At Arms
Family of Rotary
Greeting Table
Orientation/Mentoring/Fireside
Fellowship Committee
Greenathon
Food Bank/Kettles
BBQ Crew A
Local Small Donations
Bus Tours
Local Services
Placement Partnership
Highway to Mexico
International Youth Exchange
Friendship Exchange/Group Study
Global Projects
Scholarships
Air Cadets
Youth Services/Liasons
Rotary Foundation
Campground
Dream Home Management
Dream Home Ticket Sales
Curling 2016
Wellness House
Service Projects Director
Assessment/Planning
Alumni
 

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.

You're Welcome from Rotary International on Vimeo.

 

 

 
Club Stories
 
"Here's Don Golden and the table moving team ready to spring into action and place the bench that Don and his wife Debbie donated to our campground"
 

 
DON'T FORGET TO COME TO ROTARY DAY THIS SATURDAY AT MUSKOSEEPI PARK!
IT WILL BE AN AFTERNOON FILLED WITH FAMILY ACTIVITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL.
WE ARE SHARING ROTARY WITH THE COMMUNITY AND SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL PROJECTS.
 
SATURDAY MAY 2, 2015
2-6 PM
MUSKOSEEPI PARK
 

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

 
 
 

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

 

 
 
 
Speakers
Feb 19, 2016
Giandeep Khepar
India Rotary Project
Feb 26, 2016
New Member Inductions &
Speakers from Air Cadets
Mar 04, 2016
TBA
GPRC
Mar 11, 2016
Marilyn Cramer
Rotary Partnership
Mar 18, 2016
TBA
Classifications
Mar 25, 2016
No Meeting
Good Friday
Apr 01, 2016
TBA
Apr 08, 2016
TBA
Classifications
Apr 15, 2016
TBA
Apr 22, 2016
TBA
Apr 29, 2016
TBA
May 06, 2016
TBA
May 13, 2016
TBA
Classifications
May 20, 2016
TBA
May 27, 2016
TBA
 
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