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Regina

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Delta Regina Hotel
1919 Saskatchewan Drive
Mailing Address: Box 164, SK  S4P 2Z6
Canada
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SEPTEMBER 2017 is the Duty month for the GREEN Team of Joanna Alexander, Carole Bryant, George Carson, David Fraser, Allen Goudie, Nick Kaufman, Doug Keam, Jack Poliszczuk, Atanu Sengupta, Keith Rever, Ernie Richardson, Allan Schreiner, Shelly Sundholm, Ken Thiessen, Art Wakabayashi, Andrew Wilson and Ian Yeates under the capable leadership of Carole Bryant and Allan Schreiner.
On deck for October - Black Team
The Rotary Club of Regina is growing...Vibrant, youthful individuals who bring fresh ideas and new energy to the club.  There is an opportunity to learn from long standing members and to make our Club stronger and better for the next 100 years.
 
Cheers to the Rotary Club of Regina.
 
 
Cochrane High School Partnership Completed
 
 
L to R: Gilda Treleaven-Graham (Committee  member),  Principal Jason Coleman, Doug Alexander (Committee chair), Vice Principal Kevin Heinemann, Henry Braun (committee member).
Here, Kay Doxilly and Director of Finance June Schultz...Management at the City support Rotary Awareness Day.  Displaying to the public Tent provided by ShelterBox and Rotary International to overseas families affected by disaster and political unrest.
On August 7th, 2014, the Rotary Club of Regina donated $10,000 to First Steps Wellness Centre for the purchase of a vital piece of equipment called the BioSway.  According to Owen Carlson, Executive Director of FSWC, this machine will be used for the rehabilitation of people who have sustained spinal cord injury and other neuromuscular impairments. First Steps Wellness Centre specializes in exercise based rehabilitation and recovery for people who have sustained spinal cord injury, stroke or other neuromuscular conditions.  They are the first facility in Canada to work with SCI’s below their level of injury
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Service Above Self Award – Floyd Manz
 
Floyd Manz is an ideal Rotarian – personal integrity, high ethical standards, timely leadership, and he spells out the Rotary Four-Way Test.
 
When executive positions were needed a few years ago, Floyd stepped up to serve as President for a second time; he organizes the monthly bingos to raise money for our community projects; and stepped up to fill a void when the club’s Treasurer passed away suddenly.
 He recently returned from a trip to Togo Africa where as a member of a Rotary team he administered polio vaccine as part of Rotary International’s Polio Plus initiative.
 
Congratulations Floyd.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Image“New Generations” is alive and well in the Regina Rotary Club.  Quinton Neely Lax (2 ½ weeks old), attended his first Rotary Board meeting with mom Kaylea Lax who is the New Generations Director for the club.

Other 2013-14 Board members  present for the picture:

Front Row: Mitch Zaba, Carol Bryant (President), Kaylea Lax

Back Row: Rollie Hardy, Ian Yeates, Floyd Manz, Doug Binner, Charles Keple, Ken Thiessen

Photographer: Joanna Alexander

 
 

VISITORS ARE WELCOME!

Regina

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Delta Regina Hotel
1919 Saskatchewan Drive
Mailing Address: Box 164, SK  S4P 2Z6
Canada
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Speakers
Warren Barry
Oct 02, 2017
Instinctive Solutions Duck Duck Goose
Owen Carlson
Oct 16, 2017
First Steps Wellness Centre
Ian Yeates
Oct 23, 2017
Carbon Capture Project - All Clubs Meeting
Club Assembly
Oct 30, 2017
No meeting
Nov 06, 2017
Social Night
Nov 07, 2017
Mike Gerrand
Nov 20, 2017
Street Culture Project
Howard Crofts
Dec 04, 2017
Cancer Centres in Regina and Saskatoon
 
 
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