OUR PRIORITY

Feeding Hungry Children in our Schools is our Priority

When we allow food banks to become an accepted form of assistance, we contribute to the problem. 

When we allow lunch programs in schools to feed the needy become an accepted practice, we contribute to the problem.

Feeding children on school days alone does not solve the real problem.

We need to solve the problems at home.

STARFISH PACK PROGRAM

Sponsor a Child
1 week for $12 
1 month for $50 
1 year for $525

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Rotary Club of
Port Coquitlam Centennial

Box: 41124,
2529 Shaughnessy Street

Port Coquitlam, BC  V3C 5Z9

 

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ROTARY CLUB OF PORT COQUITLAM CENTENNIAL
Serving the Community and the World since 2005

Rotary is an international membership organization made up of people who share a passion and commitment to enhancing communities and improving lives across the globe.

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We meet Thursdays at 4:15 PM
at the Wilson Centre,
2150 Wilson Ave, Port Coquitlam BC
(In main entrance & turn right)

Mailing Address: 41124
2529 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam, BC  V3C 5Z9 Canada
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Home Page Stories

One of the youngest President Elects in District 5050

If any one in Rotary is all set to jump into action and make the Rotary Theme for 2018-19 mean everything for a Rotarian, it is our President Elect Karly Simms. Karly is as passionate about the theme for the year, “Be the Inspiration”, as the Rotary International President Elect Barry Rasin.

The Club accolades Karly for stepping up to the moment of truth and offering her services to lead the club. You are an inspiration for the whole membership of this Club and the year 2018-19 is sure to be a year of action and achievements.

There is lot to be done. We are sure that you will get it done one at a time.

Another container loaded for Phillippines

Rotarians, Volunteers and friends of Rotary who turned out on a rainy, foggy, cool February Saturday (Feb. 17) to help pack a container of medical and educational equipment and supplies bound for the Rotary Club of Manila San Miguel in the Philippines.

We managed to stuff some 217 items in the 40’ container including some very expensive and useful dental and hospital equipment.r

A special thanks to the Rotary Clubs of Ladner, Richmond Sunrise and the Sunshine Coast (Sechelt) for funding the container and helping with the loading.

Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing and indoorAt the meeting held on Thursday, June 15th, 2017 our dear member Dave Binder was President Elect Mohan presented him the Honorary Member badge.

Dave Binder has distinguished himself by meritorious service in the furtherance of Rotary ideals and for his support of Rotary's cause in more than one club.

Being the senior most member of our Club... he also receives a congratulatory hug from our incoming Vice President Karly Simms.

 

$1.2 billion pledge to end polio

 

In defense of children 

At the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, global leaders and key donors affirmed their commitment to ending polio. The historic pledges of new funds will go toward drastically shrinking the $1.5 billion gap in the funding that is needed to reduce cases to zero.
 
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Actor and philanthropist Ashton Kutcher and Rotary addressed a major human rights issue at the convention: human trafficking and modern-day slavery. U.S. Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee discussed the legislative framework that allows traffickers to thrive in plain sight.
 

Conference celebrates all of Rotary's contributions to peace 

June 9, 2017 | Atlanta
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The Presidential Peace Conference kicked off today with Dr. Bernice A. King, chief executive officer of The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, addressing Rotarians on the role they play in contributing to peace and international understanding. The two-day conference celebrates all that Rotary does to promote peace.

Port Coquitlam Seniors' Breakfast

Our annual event

 
The Senior Citizens of Port Coquitlam were invited to a Saturday Night Breakfast.
Picture the shows our guests enjoying entertainment over a cup of coffee.
Our guests were so engrossed in the entertainment provided that time flew by
and they did not even realize that the caterers were running late.
Thanks to Ron, Heather, Angela, Mohan, Gaye, Karly and the Wilson Centre staff for a job well done.
Special thanks to Jim Andersen for his photographic expertise (Pictures yet to be published on Whats On!)
 
 
 
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