Fellowship Is What We Bring, Service Is What We Do

Create Hope District Conference 
May 3 & 4, 2024
DoubleTree by Hilton
Early Bird registration: $350
After December 31, 2023: $375
Group rate:$325/pp
 (Group rate is 5 attendees or more in one club, and must be full conference registration)
Rotaract: $225
Interact: $125
NOTE: No refunds after April 14, 2024
a cancellation fee of $25 will be applied prior to April 14th to absorb credit card fees taken by the district to process the payment
DoubleTree by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton West Edmonton
16615 – 109 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB  T5P 4K8
With this unique link, your group can reserve their rooms within the room block using your exclusive group rate. Room rates will be available until Tuesday, April 2, 2024, after this date rooms will be released into general inventory.
Guest can also call the hotel directly at 780-484-0821 or Toll Free at 1-855-610-8733 and ask for the ROTARY DISTRICT 5370 CONFERENCE Room Block.
To book your tickets for Grease at Mayfield Dinner Theatre, Click Here for the Box office 
(tickets prices are NOT included with conference fees and are the responsibility of person booking)
Our theme for this Rotary year is CREATE HOPE in the WORLD, and one of the new initiatives we will be launching to CREATE HOPE is the “#Dont Bottle It Up” campaign, Rotary’s initiative to break down the stigma of speaking up about mental health and mental illness. This is a growing movement throughout the Rotary world, amplifying our voice to encourage those who may be suffering from depression or other mental ailments to speak up and seek help.

Check out this great video called HOPE by Irish singer-songwriter Conor Ward. Do you know someone walking through life like this? Reach out and tell them it's okay not to feel okay, and it's more than okay to ask for help. HOPE

If you would like to learn more about how you can become involved in this campaign, please contact us at office@rotary5370.org
The Community Service Award for an Interact Club was presented to the Stony Plain Memorial Composite High School Interact Club for their service to the community through their program of providing nutritious meals to needy individuals, their cooperation and support for the Kinsmen Christmas Hampers, and the operational support and help they provided to the Bike-A-Thon for cancer.
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There’s a lot of female energy in the Rotaract Club of One Million Lives Saigon: The charter president, president, and vice president are all women.