Club Information
Welcome to Our Club!
Penticton Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Sandman Inn
939 Burnaby Ave
Penticton, BC V2A 1G7
(250) 487-9863
We meet in person at the above location.
Rotary Gives and Receives!
Sally Ginter, Chief Executive Officer for the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation is going to be speaking
to our club this Wednesday about the new Oncology department.
Come and listen Wednesday, May 10 from 12-1 at the Sandman Hotel
#local #rotary #oncology #health
Tom Richardson of Penticton Hyundai is speaking to our club this Wednesday about Global Demand for Hybrid, Plug In Hybrid and Electric vehicles and how that puts a strain on consumer confidence with extremely long and unpredictable wait times.  He will speak on how so many consumers have migrated to these three choices expecting reasonable wait times but are disappointed in the wait time and still willing to hold on until the new vehicle arrives.
He will speak about what to consider when thinking about changing to a Hybrid or Electric vehicle and determine if it is in fact the right thing to do.  Come and join us Wednesday from 12-1 pm at the Sandman Hotel.
Tomorrow we have our Wheelbarrow Raffle Draw and the proceeds will be split between the Salvation Army Foodbank and the Penticton Soupateria.
Roderick Strike the President and Chair of the Penticton Community Soupateria Society will be speaking to our club about the Soupateria and his career and how it led him to Penticton.
Come out and join us at Match Eatery upstairs Wednesday, March 1st from 11:45 am - 1 pm
Scott Downey from the Cardio Pulmonary Rehab program came and spoke to our club Wednesday about heart health , exercise and things you can do to keep your heart healthy.
It was a great speech.
President Jon Milligan presents a cheque to Marni Adams and Liz Gomes of South Okanagan Women in Needs Society (SOWINS) for $5000 to continue our fresh start kit program for women fleeing abuse.
In 2019 we donated money to SOWINS (South Okanagan Women in Needs Society) to start their Fresh Start Kits
These kits are for women fleeing domestic abuse and starting again on their own.
The kits include start up things such as pots and pans, dishes, towels, bedding, cleaning supplies, utensils, and other things to help them have a fresh start.
To date our club has donated 39 kits for a value of $16694.  These kits are needed and appreciated.
Recently we have inducted some new members
Andrew Bitcon has joined our club
(Pictured Membership Chair Tracy Van Raes and new member Andrew Bitcon)
And Cathi Sacidis and Heidi Harbison also have joined our club.
(Pictured below Membership Chair Tracy Van Raes and Cathy Sacidis and Heidi Harbison)
Welcome to our club !!
Join us for this fun evening of fellowship and raising money
$30 gets you a burger, a side , a dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage.
Of course there will be beer and wine for sale
Come and join us for this great evening supporting polio - we are this close