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Chartered Dec. 30 1958


Club Phone: 604-635-4410

Every Thursday, Doors at 6:30PM, Meeting at 7:00PM
Timms Community Centre, Room MP2
20399 Douglas Crescent
Langley, BC  V3A4B3
(604) 635-4410
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Rotary Club of Langley, Box 315 - 20465 Douglas Cres., Langley, BC  V3A 4B6

Club News and Stories
The new officers and directors for 1 July 2018, were installed by District 5050 Assistant Governor Jorda Maisey.
President Bob Hillmer
Officers and Directors
New Paul Harris Fellows were awarded to the following:
Dr. William Black
Leon Jensen
Nathan Huffman
Niall McGarvey & Scott Anderson
Not Present: John Aldag, MP; Joe Fifer
Multiple Paul Harris Fellow were awarded to:
Arelene Wiebe (PHF + 7)
Not Present: Kari Kutvonen (PHF + 2); Vaheed Yazdanmehr (PHF + 2)
Vice President Anthony Ball presents a cheque for $2500 to Diane Gendron of Bard in the Valley.  The club gives ongoing support the the performing Arts in Langley.
The club gives six $1500 scholarships each year to graduating Langley students. 
Connor Frey, Catie Taylor, Alexandra Bennett,                                                       
Grace Chen with Scholarship Chair Wayne Wiebe

We had the pleasure of having Sheila Reimer and Sherri Magson with the University of the Fraser Valley share about the tremendous community work that UFV does. Since its inception UFV’s dedication to student development is what distinguishes it from the rest. UFV believes in giving their students a wholistic learning experience... Read More
Pictured below, Treasurer David Truman presents cheques for $7500 to Pat Matiowski of Langley Lodge, and $10,000 to Karin Massar of the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Club President Allan Richmond and Joan Richmond are thanked by District Governor Scott Dudley
for supporting the Rotary Foundation by joining the Bequest Society.
One of the pleasant duties of District Governor Scott Dudley on his official visit was to award Paul Harris Fellowships
to Trisha Evans and Bob Hillmer for their service to the club.  They are joined by Past District Governor Wayne Wiebe.
On November 12, members of the club and numerous volunteers loaded a container of Medical Goods and Supplies, destined for Odessa, Ukraine.   The club is paying for the shipping cost, while all the goods, valued at over $300,000 were donated to Rotary World Help from various sources.   Rotary World Help is a registered charity operated by 35 BC Rotary Clubs.
The club's Oktober Fiesta & Auction (Oct 15) raised $7,500 for the Langley Care Foundation, operators of Langley Lodge.   The club has also announced a grant of $10,000 to the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation to purchase a Pediatric Ventilator.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our secondary schools graduation scholarships of $1000 each, pictured below with Past District Governor Wayne Wiebe.
Belah Lee
Bethany Hitchman
  Kayley Boutcher
 Jenna Richmond
Kayla Salisbury  
Arshpreet Sidhu
The club now meets in the new Timms Centre in downtown Langley. The Timms Centre parking entrance is off Douglas Crescent, west of 204 Street.  Doors open at 6:30 PM for coffee, with the program starting at 7:00.  No dinner is served.
The club is pleased to welcome Dominique Denis as our newest member!
Three of our members, and one very enthusiastic spouse recently made the trip to Tepehua to help work on the new Maternity Clinic!  Please check out the video in this story!
LANGLEY, BC - The Rotary Club of Langley (evening club) will be celebrating World Polio Day by hosting a World’s Greatest Meal event on Oct. 29, 2015.  The event will be a pot-luck dinner, with proceeds contributed to Rotary’s Polio Eradication program.  World Polio Day (Oct. 24) is held on the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Jonas Salk, inventor of the oral polio vaccine.
Since 1984, Rotary International has spearheaded the effort to eradicate polio, worldwide, forever.  Joined by the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, UNICEF, and more recently, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the effort has slashed new polio cases from over 400,000 per year, to only 57 to date in 2015.   The wild polio virus remains endemic in only Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Nigeria.  But there have been no cases in Nigeria for over a year, and it is expected that all of Africa will soon be declared polio-free.
It is estimated that over $5 billion is still needed to complete the vaccinations that will forever erase polio from the world.   Admission to the World’s Greatest Meal is by donation of $20 or more.  Tax receipts WILL be issued.   Contact David Truman, Rotary District 5050 PolioPlus chair for reservations or further details.

It's less than a month to go before the club's Fall Gala and Auction.  A terrific number of quality and unique items will be up for auction including:

  • A week vacation in Las Vegas during March Break 2015
  • Over $5000 in jewelry
  • Two hand made park benches
  • Flights for two people with the Fraser Blues
  • Trevor Linden autographed photos and jerseys
  • A custom made cashmere suit

Full event details and tickets are available at:

The club has awarded 6 x $1000 scholarships to graduating Langley secondary school students.  The winners are:

Eric Cho, Yi Wei Zhao and Boyuan Zheng from  R.E. Mountain Secondary (pictured below), and Nicole Godlar (Langley  Fundamental), Tori Nikkel (D.W. Poppy), and Brenna Waugh (Langley Fundamental). 


The Music Access Society is doing well, in part due to a grant from our club.  Pictured below is one of the students with her "new" violin.


The Board has approved:
  • A $3500 grant to the Langley Music Access Society
  • A $6000 grant to APEX Secondary School for school meals
  • A $4000 grant to Brookswood Seniors Centre for washroom upgrades

At the Langley interclub meeting Jan. 16, president Garth Hansen presented KPU President Allan Davis with a cheque for $25,000, which will fund a $1250 scholarship in perpetuity at KPU in the name of Marion Laurie, benefactor to our club.