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Regina

Service Above Self

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Mondays at 12:00 PM
Delta Regina Hotel
1919 Saskatchewan Drive
Mailing Address: Box 164, SK S4P 2Z6
Canada
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Rotarians, family and friends had a personal tour of the stadium, followed by a social get together at Bushwakkers Brew Pub. 
 
 

In partnership with Rotary International and to promote literacy, our club has purchased copies of  Britannica All New Kids’ Encyclopedia. Each presenter at our meetings will receive a copy to be given to the charity of their choosing.
 
Big Brothers and Sisters CEO (Amy Noureldin ) receives copy from  Rotarian Amanda Lanoway

 
Left: Gilda Treleaven - Graham (multiple Paul Harris Fellow $9,000) and 
Right: Charles Keple (Paul Harris Major Donor $25,000)
 

We were excited to host our first Rotary Club Social in many months to build good will and better friendships. Club socials allow members an opportunity to connect in an informal setting.

Eleven members and two guests met at Bushwakker. For three relatively new members, it was the first time they met fellow Rotarians in person.
 
 
Kathleen Spatt, founding member and president of CARP, SK. described the work of the country’s largest advocacy group for older Canadians.    At the national level, the advocacy group is working toward home care, community care, and long-term care reform, “best in class” vaccinations for seniors, and pension protection.
 
 
Chris MacLeod, Cystic Fibrosis (CF) survivor and advocate
 
Chris has suffered from Cystic Fibrosis since birth. At that time the life expectancy of a young person with CF was 5 years. Over the years new drugs have been developed which has allowed Chris to stay ahead of the game. He attributes his longevity not only to the development of these new drugs but also the excellent care he received over the years from the health care system. In 2020 he wrote a book entitled “Beating the Odds”. This outlines “11 lessons to overcome health crises and lead a more resilient life”.

Carol Festival Chair Ian Toms presented cheques for $6,000 each to Salvation Army, Souls Harbour Rescue Mission, and Carmichael Outreach.

 

Major Al Hoeft accepted the cheque on behalf of Salvation Army and said that our donation will help fill Christmas Hampers for 1,900 families this season. Al is a 30 year Rotarian (& a Regina native). He is thrilled to re-connect with the Carol festival which he first sang at as a youngster about 50 years ago.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Joe Miller spoke of the large contribution made by our club to the new Hope Centre at Souls Harbour Rescue Mission. Since inception they have served over 3 million meals and provided 100,000 nights of shelter. Their addictions program for women is seeing the successful completion of education for many women. Our donation helps Souls Harbour Rescue Mission make big life changes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aurora Marinari accepted the cheque for Carmichael Outreach. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange student when in high school in Weyburn. Carmichael’s December programs include free photos with Santa and this Thursday’s Christmas meal. Our donation will cover their food security program for 3 weeks.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

The 81st Annual Rotary Carol Festival will return as a virtual event for 2021. The event will air exclusively on Access Now TV and YouTube from 7pm - 9pm on Monday, November 29th thru December 2nd.  You can also stream the festival at reginarotary.org
 
Donations can be made by clicking “Donate to the Community Fund” at the top of this page or at reginarotary.org
VISITORS ARE WELCOME!
Regina

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Delta Regina Hotel
1919 Saskatchewan Drive
Mailing Address: Box 164, SK S4P 2Z6
Canada
 
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