Happy Canada Day
Aziz and family were the Canadian Flag fairies this year in Treetops Complex.  Thank you Aziz and to MP Nelly Shin for providing the flags
Walter Peachy originally built our Little Free Library and it needed to be refurbished. Walter built a new roof with new shingles and Michael Berrisford sanded and painted. Gayle Carter keeps the library full of books on a regular bases. Thank you everyone that helped with this project and uses the library. It is just along shoreline trail by Old Orchard if you ever need a destination. Please feel free to take a book or bring one - for any age and reading level.


Every year at this time we meet at the Saint Street Grill to celebrate the outgoing President and welcome the new President. 

Thank you to Bev Harrington DG 2021-2022 for doing such a great job Inducting Meghan as President and Inducting the new Board as well as giving 'all' members a responsibility to help in all ways that they are able.

And to Raj Rajagopal - DG 2022-2023 for his kind words

And to Carol Tichelman - DG 2020 - 2021 for always being so supportive of our Rotary Club and for her very kind words.  Carol is looking forward to working with Meghan this coming year.

The New Board is:

President: Meghan Lahti
President Elect: Coreen Berrisford
Treasurer: Michael Berrisford
Secretary: Alan Schmelzel
Vice President/Port Moody Foundation: Mike Clay Rotary Foundation/Past President: Cleone Todgham Community: Coreen Berrisford
Membership: Gayle Carter
Youth: Steve Witiuk
International: Glen Brown
Club Service: Linda Balzer
Vocational: Paul Mitchell-Banks
Public Relations: Claire Lambert

Thank you Cleone Todgham for your year of service as president. Welcome Meghan Lahti as our new 2020- 2021 President. 

Thank you everyone that served on the board for 2019 - 2020
- and welcome all of the board members for 2020 - 2021 to support Meghan and the Rotary Club Port Moody. 

Some of the things that were achieved in 2019 to 2020 term were:
Monthly pie days at the Eagle Ridge Manor, Bi weekly readings to the patients at Eagle Ridge Manor in the evening, a Christmas party hosted by the club and decorating the outside and inside of the Eagle Ridge Manor as well as supporting their music program. 

Hot chocolate stands, cookie decorating and face painting at the Christmas train which supports Share 

Sewing 2500 masks during the Covid pandemic for locals.

Sewing 50 Days for Girls kits. 

A Remembrance Day wreath. 

$21,000 to send kids to camp.

$48,000 in grants to local groups, Schools or nonprofits.

Rotary Club Port Moody also donated Internationally…

Currently to the Belize educational project, Ecuador medical and educational project, Kenya educational and medical project and South Africa feed the people event and also a school project. 

There is so much to be proud of of all of the accomplishments from the Rotary Club Port Moody.

Thank you everyone for continuing to support our club without you, we would not be able to do what we do.

If you are interested in joining the Rotary Club Port Moody, please reach out to us and send us a line! 


We are looking forward to our annual Shred-a-Thon this September 12th from 9 am till the truck is full.

And although we have had to pause our Search for the Perfect Pint and our RIBFEST this year, we are more than ready to have you all back enjoying this community next year. 


Anthony:  Enjoying the pool!
What a great Husband !!!
Bill:  This was our little Father's Day meeting with our Daughter's family in Pioneer park
Terry's Happy Place
Heritage Mtn. Blvd.
Kenya Container loaded and on it's way.  Thanks to Dan, Cleone, Bill, Ian, Michael &  past member Jim McGrandles  and anyone I missed.  Well done.
Steve and his beautiful 'retired' wife Lauralea
Spending next week in Porteau Cove.  This will be our evening sunset each night while we are there. Glamping at it's best:
We’ve opened our second YMCA this week so I’m here helping the team welcome back our members and helping members learn the new health and safety systems. 
Steve:  Celebrating Lauralea’s last day of work
One of Jeannie's photo's