Club Information
Welcome to Our Club!
Penticton Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Match Restaurant, 2nd Fl, Casino
533 Vees Drive
Penticton, BC V2A 8S3
Canada
Phone:
(250) 487-9863
We meet in person at the above location.
Rotary Gives and Receives!
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
 
 
 Superintendent Brian Hunter is coming to speak to our Rotary Club this Wednesday, October 26th
You do not want to miss his speech
We meet upstairs at Match Wednesday from 1145 - 1 pm
 
Tam Dinh is the Program Manager for Junior Achievement BC since Sept. 2021
A Rotary member of Rotary Club of Osoyoos since 2019. Recipient of Paul Harris Award.
She is Co-Chair on Rotary Club Osoyoos -Lobster on the Beach 2021 and 2022 • Treasurer for Osoyoos & District Art Council since Sept. 2019 • Volunteer instructor with Mt. Baldy Bluejays-Adaptive Sports Program since 2019 • Volunteer of Operation Trackshoes-Victoria since 2011. 
She has been a Volunteer Facilitator with JABC since 2010-delivered 4 different programs
She has always been involved with community efforts with BC Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Club and many local non-profit organizations in Victoria, Cloverdale, Osoyoos and now Peachland. Junior Achievement was a perfect fit to continue being involved with a non-profit organization to share my personal experience and possibly make a difference in our BC Communities.
 
She will be speaking to our Rotary club this Wednesday October 5th at Match Eatery upstairs from 1145-1 pm 
Blake Laven - Director of Development Services for the City of Penticton will be speaking to our Rotary club today at Match Eatery from 1145 am - 1 pm
We meet at Match - 2nd floor of the Penticton Casino
 
He will be speaking about the Horizons Development 
Todd Manuel, Superintendent of School District 67 will be speaking to our club , Wednesday, August 31st - 11:45 - 1:00 pm
We meet at Match Eatery, 2nd floor.
 
Chief Clarence Louie is addressing the Penticton Rotary club about his book Rez Rules.
 
Chief Louie’s book Rez Rules is receiving critical acclaim for its blunt assessment of the “Indian Problem” cultural genocide strategy adopted in the U.S. and Canada.
The horrors of residential schools and papal apologies may fade from the front page and it is the voice of Chief Louie that will keep first nations issues front and centre.
Chief Louie will be addressing the Penticton Rotary club on Wednesday, August 10 at 12 noon at the Match restaurant at the Cascades Casino.
 
 
 
 

Penticton Ribfest is Back!

Ribs, Beverage Garden, Entertainment, Kids Zone and more!

Join us in 2022 for 3 days of fantastic family fun. Champion barbecue teams from across Canada will compete for best ribs! ADMISSION IS FREE! You’ll also find live music on our main stage, entertainment and activities for children and youth, as well as a beverage garden and loads of vendors.

Organized by the Rotary Club of Penticton, this event draws over 35,000 people for a weekend of good times, good music and great food. Proceeds raised fund ongoing community projects for the citizens of Penticton.

July 1, 2, 3 - Skaha Park