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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Director - Club Administration
Director - Club Membership
Director - Club Public Image
Director - Community Service A - Fundraising
Director - Community Service B - Operational
Director - Rotary Foundation & International Service
Youth Exchange Officer
Youth Protection Officer
 
 

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Sidney By The Sea

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:15 AM
Shoal Centre
10030 Resthaven Drive
Sidney, BC  V8L 3G4
Canada
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Home Page Stories
 
 
 
Here is list of winners of the Weekly Goldmine
 
Week
Draw Date
Winner
1
08-Feb-16
Anne Pope
2
15-Feb-16
Anne Waterhouse
3
22-Feb-16
Jamie Cox
4
29-Feb-16
Cheryl Piercy
5
07-Mar-16
Bruce Burns
6
14-Mar-16
Nicole Kocijancic
7
21-Mar-16
Terry Scarf
Ann Pope
 
Cheryl Piercy
 
Anne Waterhouse
 
Jamie Cox
Nicole Kocijancic
 
Bruce Burns
 
 

 
Sidney By the Sea Rotary Club is pleased to announce that in conjunction with Peninsula News Review that Gold Mine players can receive 25% off the purchase of two tickets to the 2016 Monte Carlo Gala---  
 
All you have to do is to email us at  sbsgoldmine@gmail.com or sbsmontecarlo@gmail.com with your valid  and active (must played at least 3 times) Gold mine numbers and we will email you back with instructions on how to get your discount tickets --  every valid number registered to you means you can receive the discount on each additional 2 pack purchase  -- that $25 off !!!!
 
 
 
See our website for more information on Gold Mine or watch this video from our friends at the Roost
 
 
 

 
 
Rotary 5020 DLTA 2016 Victoria BC
Enjoy the Videos from DLTA.
 
 
 
 

 
                                                                   
 
SIDNEY BY THE SEA ROTARY CLUB IS PLEASED TO PRESENT MONTE CARLO 2016-- MAY 14 7:00 PM AT MARY WINSPEAR
 
THIS IS THE BEST NIGHT OUT IN SIDNEY YOU CAN HAVE WITH YOUR CLOTHES ON!!!   GENTLEMEN DUST OFF THE TUX, LADIES FIND YOUR BEST DRESS AND COME OUT AND DANCE, TAKE YOUR CHANCES AT THE TABLES AND WHEELS, AND ENJOY THE MARTINI BAR AND TAPAS FOOD.
 
TICKETS ON SALE AT MARY WINSPEAR CENTRE  BOX OFFICE AND ONLINE AT  https://tickets.marywinspear.ca/TheatreManager/1/online?performance=1261 (no fees for online sales!!!!)
 
ALSO TICKETS AT  MARKS IN SIDNEY OR BY PHONE AT 250 818 9691
 
$60 EACH OR $100 FOR TWO
 
ROTARY GOLDMINE PLAYERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR DISCOUNT TICKETS--   send us an email at sbsmontecarlo@gmail.com with your t active (must played at least three times) Goldmine number and we will discount your ticket purchase by 25% when you buy 2 tickets.  If you dont have a Goldmine number check our website on how to play and where to get one!!
 
 
THIS IS A PARTY YOU CANNOT MISS!
 

 
 
Here is a list of our Gold Mine sponsors -- with their videos if you would like to share
 
Deep Cove Store   
 
 
Sidney  Military Bookstore
 
 
Sidney Cold Beer and Wine Store  
 

Marks- Sidney-
 
BJ's Bakery
 
 
Roost
 
 
Melinda's Biscotti
 
 
 

 
President Mike recently inducted two brand new members into the Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea. We are pleased to welcome Bruce Tilbury (second from left, with sponsor Marie Rosko, far left) and Connie Bleay (second from right, with sponsor Richard Belanger).
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

COME JOIN US FOR DINNER!

 
 
 
 

Incredible Young People

At our August 27th meeting, Erica Kelm, our short term RYE student spoke to us about her experiences participating in the Adventures In Citizenship program (trip to Ottawa) and her short term exchange in Spain. Sara Baun Andersen, our recently arrived Danish RYE student also spoke, updating us about her first few weeks in Canada. They were joined by Erica's Spanish short term exchange counterpart, Fiona.

Erica has just completed grade 12 at Stelly's High School in Central Saanich. She is taking the next year to work and travel and then hopes to attend University to study Marketing. Erica really enjoyed her Rotary experience with Adventures in Citizenship in Ottawa and her short term Rotary Exchange to Spain. Erica expressed that she was grateful for the friendships she formed through Rotary and that she has a much larger view of the world. We wish Erica all the best in her future endeavors.
 

 
 

COME JOIN US FOR DINNER!

 
 

 

WELCOME ISH UTTAMCHANDANI!

The Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea is delighted to welcome Ish Uttamchandani to our club. Ish was inducted into the club on Thursday, July 30th by President Mike Jellinek. Ish's sponsor, Peter Schmidt, did the honours of pinning Ish with his new Rotary pin, which we know he will wear proudly!
 
 
 

 
 
 

JOIN US!

 
 

 
 

PAULA TAKES FLIGHT!

 
We bid a very fond farewell to our Rotary Exchange student Paula Alfonso today. She has been such a delight to have with us this year. This morning, she gave us a wonderful presentation about the highlights of her year with us, and then it was off to the airport to begin her long journey home to Spain. Good luck, Paula!
 

 

PAUL & GLENDA HARTIGAN HONOURED

 
Outgoing President Bob Leitch joins Assistant District Governor Dan Mercer in recognizing Paul and Glenda Hartigan as Major Donors to the Rotary Foundation at the club's installation ceremony at the Capital City Yacht Club on June 27th.
 

 

SBS Rotary Welcomes New President

 
Assistant District Governor Dan Mercer congratulates Mike Jellinek at his installation as President of the Rotary Club of Sidney by Sea  at the Capital City Yacht Club on June 27th.
 

 
The week of February 23rd marked 110 years since Paul P. Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, and Hiram E. Shorey gathered in Loehr’s office in Room 711 of the Unity Building in downtown Chicago for what would become known as the first Rotary club meeting. It also is 30 years since Rotary launched its campaign to rid the world of polio. Rotary clubs around the world celebrated the milestones in a variety of ways. You can view some of them by following this link.
 
As part of those celebrations locally, the END POLIO NOW and Rotary logos were projected onto the Empress Hotel. 
 
 

 
 
At the Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea's recent Christmas party held on December 5th, Dorothy Winlaw was surprised by her good friends Ann Doran and John Bardsley with a Paul Harris Fellowship. Dorothy, wife of long-time member Murray Winlaw, has always worked tirelessly alongside Murray on a myriad of club projects and events, and in her own right has contributed her time, talents and expertise to so many club activities. It is truly a well-deserved honour for Dorothy, and doubly so to have received the honour from her friends. 

 

 
 
The Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea presented Heather Burkett with a Paul Harris Fellowship on December 5th.  The Paul Harris Fellow award is the highest honour a club can bestow on a person, either inside or outside the club. The award therefore acknowledges "service above self" which that individual has offered to their community, their nation or indeed to the world. Ms. Burkett received this recognition because the Sidney by the Sea Rotary Club felt that her life and work exemplifies the humanitarian and educational objectives of the Rotary Foundation, and a commitment to helping persons in need locally and around the world. 
 
Through her recent work as District Principal in Saanich School District and her friendship with Dr. Mitra Hashemi, Heather became aware of a number of children needing dental care in our community. Together they founded ORCCA (Oral Care for Children and Adolescents), a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide children and adolescents under 19 years of age from low-income families access to oral care in a not for profit setting. It is based on the beliefs that all children and adolescents have the right to healthy oral care and that effective oral care positively transforms the health and lives of children and adolescents. The clinic is due to open early in 2015. This organization was the major recipient of our club’s fundraising efforts for community projects in 2014.  
Heather Burkett is a former teacher, university lecturer, school administrator and district administrator. She has presented and worked locally, nationally and internationally.  She has sat on several non profit boards and while in Manitoba was nominated as Woman of the Year for her work in restructuring an inner city school serving largely new refugees and First Nations students. Heather also has a long-term interest in the development of schooling in Nigeria. This has entailed the building of a school and more recent work with the Ovoko Widows Project in which 76 widows who cannot afford to send their children to school have received support through helping them to develop self-run businesses. As a result of some of her work she was selected as Person of the Year by the Dinamba Intercultural Association and initiated into the African Igbo Tribe.
 
After receiving her award from President Bob Leitch, Heather responded in a heartfelt speech to the membership, detailing her long-term relationship with and gratitude to Rotarians, dating back to literacy projects for which she approached Rotary for assistance while living and working in Manitoba. She also expressed her hope that ORCCA’s relationship with the Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea would continue into the future.
 
 

 
 
 
Our annual Poinsettia fundraiser is done! Under President Bob Leitch's able command (and aided by an impressive array of Rotarian elves), the plants were counted, sorted and dispatched out to their destinations with nary a hiccup. Well done, everyone!
 

 

Vanessa Guerra, Peter Guerra and Paula recently went to sea with Mike for a day on board HMCS CALGARY.

 

 
 

New member sponor recognition pin awarded in recognition of Stewarts commitment to the organization's membership growth.
Honoring members who strengthen Rotary's membership

 

 
 

Moe Sihota came to speak to the club on Pension Reform
Moe Sihota Pension Reform

Welcome to our newest member Garry Upton!

 

 
 

Michael Proctor District Governor congratulates Bob Walch & Michele Holmes with Multiple Paul Harris Fellowship awards.
Bob Walch
Michele Holmes

 

 

2014 Rotary Club Sidney by the Sea Installation
April Social

 

 
 

Mariah Provan talking about her RYLA experience in Tacoma Washington
Mariah Provan

 

 

Monte Carlo Night Gala Event PDF->
Amarok Society
Tickets available from Sidney by the Sea Rotary members as well as online at www.marywinspear.ca

 

 

Sidney by the Sea Rotary's Community Service group visits Our Place Society
Amarok Society


Sidney by the Sea Rotary's Community Service group presents Our Place Society Don Evans Exec Director with our Club's donation of $450. Members were pleased to serve approx 350 full breakfasts on March 13 as other club Rotarians enjoyed the regular club Breakfast meeting at Shoal Centre.
This dedicated crew of SBS Rotarians were up before dawn to be at Our Place ; 919 Pandora Ave to provide hands on community service.
After serving breakfast ; Laura Walsh , Dir. Fund Development ,provided us with a tour of the facility and overview of the programs and services provided to vulnerable citizens of greater Victoria. This was a wonderful rotary morning to be able to be of Service to a group of very appreciative folks.
Thank you Linda for organizing the opportunity and Kenny for ensuring our transportation needs were met.

 

 

Golf outing at Cordova bay March 17th Peter, Hien, and Narmfa / Wally du Temple photographer
Amarok Society

 

 

Amarok Society, Mothers of Intention, the power of motherhood to teach the world
Amarok Society

Sidney by the Sea Rotary supports Amarok Society, empowering Mothers.

Amarok Society teaches uneducated mothers how to read and write, and then teaches the mothers to be neighbourhood teachers – educating their own and their neighbours' children every day in their homes, with astonishing result.

 

 

Sidney by the Sea Rotary induction of new member Rachelle Paul

 

 
 
 
 
 
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