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International Women`s Day
Tickets are $50 each.
March 9, 2019. Visit website for more information.
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Next Board Meeting Tuesday January 22, 2019, Members welcome to attend.
Working for the Community

The Rotary Club of Langley Central

Langley Central

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Newlands Golf & Country Club
21025 48th Avenue
Langley, BC  V3A 3M3
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The Ribfest event had a section of area cordoned off to hold the Kid's Zone. The organizers, as part of the package, held a coloring contest for various age groups. Susan Galick who owns an Art Gallery in Fort Langley and her granddaughter Isabelle were the judges of the contest.
A group of beautiful ladies and some guy who photo bombed the photo. This took place at the annual BBQ held at Terry Smiths home. Best turnout number of guests recorded. The food was good too, cooked by Rhino and supported by members bringing a dish to share with friends. 
Working with other charitable groups which create digital educational resources, ARES has educational resources from pre-school to post-grad. ARES also has agricultural guides and medical reference material to serve as a resources for the entire community.
Bonnie Sutherland and Sean Hogan gave a very impressive talk on the effect it has on remote communities in Africa.
Could not of happened to a nicer person. Annette is one of the hardest workers in the club, always there when asked. From her work at the Ribfest and many other events the club felt it was time for her to be recognized. Well done Annette you are an inspiration to all that is Rotary. 
Alex Egi  paid us a visit today and talked about the beer brewing program at the KPU Langley campus. As the BC craft beer industry rapidly expanded, so did the need for qualified, well educated staff.
A visit from our District Governor this week gave her the chance to talk to our members about her pet subject, "Membership." DG Linda reminded us that membership is the most important item on the agenda. The club will get smaller by attrition and it is therefore essential we seek new members with an ongoing commitment.  A very interesting talk Linda and thank you for the visit. Visit the District website for information on the District Convention. There is a link near the top of the page.
Great turnout for the cleanup at the park. Not much to pickup as the park was in pretty good shape, the people who use it seem to have a respect for the environment. The crew who turned up were a motley crew, but you have to use what you can get. We followed up the event with a trip to Sammy J's restaurant for a cool beer and a meal. Good fun good company, what more could you ask for.
I have no idea how many cards this team handed out to the crowds, I'm thinking more than 10, maybe a thousand or more. If the Ribfest is more than a success then I attribute that fact to this team. They spent all day bugging people to take the information. A few fights broke out but the lady new a few karate chops and had it sorted in no time. Well done team #1.
Some people were having way too much fun on installation night. One person in particular was causing a lot of problems. I won't mention his name, I will leave it to you to decide who.
Great night, with Stew doing the MC part for the evening. The company was great and along with the food and wine I have to say I had a splendid evening. A highlight of the evening came when Linda presented a check to the hospital foundation in the amount of $20,000. Part of a $100,000 pledge we have made over the next five years. Well done Rotarians.
Another successful "Guess Who's" coming to dinner. This one was held at Annette's and Rita's home. Great company good wine and fabulous food. Thank you for hosting the evening, it's always a pleasure to meet Rotarians and guests off premise. Special people special moments. 
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Member Birthdays:
  • Wayne Crossen
    January 10
  • Linda Mross
    January 22