Link to register BEFORE May 6
Out target is $15,000.  To date, we have received generous donations totaling just under $9,000 from our present sponsors. Thank you for being a District Conference Champion! 
There are still sponsorship and donation opportunities available. 
Click HERE for YOUR sponsorship package!
District Awards 2022 Submissions DUE May 1
Receive the recognition your club deserves!
The District Awards Ceremony will take place on Friday Evening May 26, 2022 at our District Conference in Edmonton.
Apply for the District 5370 awards and be recognized for all your clubs hard work during 2021 – 2022.
Click here for a list of the 2021-2022 District awards and then submit your descriptions of your club’s award-worthy projects, programs and activities to  by May 1, 2022 (include 2021-2022 Awards in the subject line).
The Rotary Club of Parkland After Dark depends on Hockey Night in Parkland, our annual major fundraiser, to carry out projects in our community and internationally.
Some of the projects we support with our funds are Ronald McDonald House, Parkland Foodbank and we also do some  lend a hand events such as : Fill-a-bag, Feed-a-Family, Tools for School, Rotary Run for Life, Santa’s Breakfast, to name a few.
How it Works:
Register yourself for a team, you will be sent an email link to the pool. Click on the link, enter your team name and pick your pool!

$25.00 per person

50% of the pool!

Deadline to enter:
April 30th, 2022 @ 10am
Link to purchase tickets
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Celebrate Youth Service Month in May by encouraging young people to experience the ways in which community service builds real-world leadership skills. You can find interactive courses and downloadable workbooks about service-learning for both adult advisers and youth program participants who are 16 or older.
Share the Youth Guide to Service-Learning course with youth participants age 16 or over. Learn more about how to give them direction by taking the courses in the Service-Learning for Advisers learning plan.
What are the Integrity Awards?
Each participating Rotary Club in the Capital Region nominates an individual who promotes high ethical standards and raise awareness of Rotary ideals.  The purpose of these awards is to honour adult, non-Rotarian members of the community for their integrity as citizens.  An Un-Sung Hero. Each participating club recognizes one such individual at the event.  

Our Rotary Club joins others in the Edmonton region in recognizing non-Rotarians who have made exceptional contributions to their community in the spirit of the principles of Rotary. Nominations for Recipients were due March 31, 2022 and are no longer accepted.  This year there are a total of twelve Recipients from twelve local Rotary clubs.

The Integrity Awards Gala  is scheduled the evening of Tuesday May 17 2022 at the Chateau Lacombe Hotel.   This will be a hybrid event both in person and Zoom online.   Fees are $75 per person attending in person, $10 each online, $525 table of 8, $400 table of 6, $10 per vehicle parking after 6 pm payable at kiosk.  

Bernie Kreiner
Volunteer ShelterboxCanada Ambassador (and Rotarian since 1994)
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Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Edmonton on their news coverage of their support for Ukraine project! 
Global TV Interview
CBC Radio Interview
During World Immunization Week, 24-30 April, let’s advocate for polio eradication and the importance of vaccines to the health and well-being of our communities.

Vaccines are one of the greatest advances of modern medicine. They’re safe, effective, and save millions of lives each year. Our progress in the fight to end polio is proof that vaccines work.

The Global Polio Eradication Initiative estimates that the polio vaccine has saved more than 20 million children around the world from paralysis. We need to continue vaccinating children against polio, because as long as the poliovirus circulates anywhere, it is a threat everywhere.
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