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Huge thanks to Pembina Pipeline for once again demonstrating their bigheartedness by entrusting Rotary Club of Whitecourt with a most generous donation of $27,569 to be used for projects in our community!!
My name is Holly Astill and I am the past President of our Rotary Club. My husband and I have lived in Whitecourt for 19 years and raised our 2 daughters here. Rotary to me is very important and is a way to give back to the community. I joined Rotary to make a difference and to meet new people. Rotary is so many things and there is something for everyone. My favorite local Rotary projects involve children and families, such as Rotary Park, Eastlink Park, Koats for Kids, the Breakfast Program, Family Day, Free Family Skating and Swimming at the Allen & Jean Miller Centre as well as golf range days, plus many other local projects to help bring events or services to the community for everyone to enjoy. I am very excited about our newest project- The Dolly Parton Imagination Library to bring books to children aged 0-5 and to promote literacy. Volunteering is so rewarding, and through Rotary I have made some lifelong friends. Come join us and make a difference too!
Today, as Assistant Governor and Foundation Chair, Nevis Prufer along with member Fay Arcand were pleased that we could present to the Whitecourt Seniors Circle, 5000 towards Building Enchancements.  New Office furniture and improvements to the foyer.  This was made possible thru District 5370 Grant monies.
Rotary Club of Whitecourt is proud to support the Lornes Blanket Society with a donation of 10 bags filled with necessities. Thank you to Days Inn, Super 8, Your Dollar Store and More, CJ’s Liquor, Friends of Rotary and Rotary Members for you help. Thank you to Sarah for receiving our donation. We are joined by Homeless for 24hrs. 
Rotary club of Whitecourt is proud to support the Wellsprings Family Resource & Crisis Center. We donated 110 bags filled with necessities with the help from Days Inn, Super 8, Your Dollar Store and More, CJ’s Liquor, Friends of Rotary and Rotary Members. Thank you Deanna and Tamara for coming on behalf of Wellspring.
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Each year our Club donates $1200 to the ShelterBox Canada program. ShelterBox reached out to us to let us know our club's most recent donation went directly to providing tarps, kitchen sets, mosquito nets, LuminAID solar lights and blankets to families in Niger.

More about ShelterBox:
ShelterBox delivers the essentials people need to begin rebuilding their lives in the aftermath of a disaster. The aid they supply comes in the form of ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits. The sturdy green ShelterBoxes contain family-sized tents specially designed to withstand the elements and provide people with temporary shelter until they are able to start the process of rebuilding a home. The ShelterKits contain all of the essential tools people need to start repairing and rebuilding homes straight away.
Their kits and boxes contain the items that help transform shelter into a home, like cooking sets, solar lights and activity sets for children.

If you'd like more information or would like to make a donation, please visit their website



Hi, my name is Deb Timm. I have been the Treasurer for the Rotary Club of Whitecourt since 2015.  I grew up in Swan Hills, not far from Whitecourt.  In 1994 my family and I moved to southern BC where we lived for 18 years.  While living in BC, I obtained my CGA and started volunteering on the CGA West Kootenay Board of Directors and the Castlegar & District Community Services Society. When we moved to Whitecourt in 2012, I was looking for ways to meet more people and foster a network of business people.  The Rotary Club was just what I was looking for.  I enjoy the fellowship and friendships that I have gained by being a member of the Rotary Club and feel proud of all the good Rotary has done in the community and around the world.
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