What's Happening....
To all who attended the Jasper Christmas Craft Fair at the Jasper Activity Centre on Sunday November 20th, visited our Rotary Booth, met some of our Rotary Team, and learned about our many community service projects both in Jasper and around the World. We raised more than $1,100 by selling delicious jams, jelly, and zucchini salsa donated by our Club President Libby Weir - with all proceeds to be used to support our Rotary Projects focused on youth, community, indigenous relations, and international. 
Rotarians Hélène Gendron and Ralph Melnyk

Our Vision - The Rotary Club of Jasper will be a diverse and welcoming group of leaders who, demonstrating kindness and concern, strive to make the world a better place. We will be people of action, volunteering for the well-being of one another, our community, and the world. We will work together in the spirit of cooperation and fellowship, building strong partnerships and relationships, bringing peace and goodwill, all while having fun providing humanitarian service. 

Our Mission - Together we serve to unite people for positive change.
Our Values - Fellowship & Fun, Integrity, Diversity, Commitment to Service & Leadership.
Our Rotary Mottos - The mottos Service Above Self and Doing Good in the World are strong ideals which shape our direction
Indigenous Peoples Land Acknowledgement
The Rotary Club of Jasper adopted Indigenous Relations as a new area of service focus in July 2021, and as part of our new path of learning, awareness, relationship building and reconciliation, have created an interim land acknowledgement statement that recognizes the strong historic, traditional, and cultural connections that more than 20 indigenous communities (First Nation and Metis) have with Jasper National Park. It also honors their contributions to building our park, our province, and our nation.   We respectfully acknowledge that the lands on which we gather here today in the community of Jasper and within the boundaries of Jasper National Park are situated in Treaty 6 and Treaty 8, as well as part of the traditional lands of the Beaver, Cree, Ojibway, Secwépemc, Stoney, and Métis. We acknowledge the land as an act of reconciliation that honors the authentic history of Turtle Island and the original people of these traditional lands. 
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Membership Co-Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Community Co-Chair
Community Co-Chair
Indigenous Relations Co-Chair
International Co-Chair
Youth Co-Chair
Youth Co-Chair
Foundation Chair
Upcoming Events
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We look forward to meeting you.
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Rotary Room, Jasper Municipal Library
500 Robson Street
PO Box 2258
Jasper, AB T0E 1E0
Wednesdays, usually at noon. The Club is hosting Hybrid Meetings, with options of joining in person at the Rotary Room of the Jasper Public Library, or by Zoom. If you would like to join us, please contact our Club President or Secretary.