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Penticton Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 11:45 a.m.
Sandman Inn
939 Burnaby Ave
Penticton, BC V2A 1G7
We meet in person at the above location.
Rotary Gives and Receives!
We have a TGIF happening at The Cannery Brewing on Ellis St. (in the back room "Alecatraz") on Friday, February 23rd (next Friday) from 4:30-7pm. 
Please RSVP to Tracy Van Rees if you wish to attend as we need to let Patt know how many seats to reserve for us. 
Today, over 70 million people are displaced as a result of conflict, violence, persecution, and human rights violations. Half of them are children.
We refuse to accept conflict as a way of life. Rotary projects provide training that fosters understanding and provides communities with the skills to resolve conflicts. Rotary creates environments of peace
Rotary‚Äôs Four Roles in Promoting Peace 


Rotary and its members are:

  • Practitioners: Our work fighting disease, providing clean water and sanitation, improving the health of mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies directly builds the optimal conditions for peaceful societies.
  • Educators: Our Rotary Peace Centers have trained more than 1,700 peace fellows to become effective catalysts for peace through careers in government, education, and international organizations. 
  • Mediators: Our members have negotiated humanitarian ceasefires in areas of conflict to allow polio vaccinators to reach children who are at risk. 
  • Advocates: Our members have an integral role as respected, impartial participants during peace processes and in post-conflict reconstruction. We focus on creating communities and convening groups that are connected, inclusive, and resilient.
For more information please go to

Happy to announce that Tickets are now available for our January 25th Mixology Night at The Nest restaurant in Penticton. This will be a fundraiser for the Rotary Foundation that supports many great humanitarian projects around the world. 


Mixologist Randy Foster will take you through creating 3 different cocktails which will be paired with light appetizers. Tickets are $45 with $20 from each ticket doing to the Foundation. Are you bringing a guest who doesn't want to drink there is an option for a $25 which includes the appetizers and one mocktail to enjoy.   

Full menu will be available for purchase.

Click the following links to purchase your tickets. 

$45 ticket for 3 cocktails and appetizers

$25 ticket for 1 mocktail and appetizers

Just a reminder only 25 tickets are available for cocktail making so get them quickly. There will be a couple of raffle items for raising funds as well during the night. 

Any questions or if you'd like to help please reach out to Harpreet Sidhu at 250-486-1712

On December 13, 2023 Roger EO gave us a great presentation on Men's Shed Penticton.
Men's Shed Penticton is an organization that provides a gathering place for men to meet, chat and develop friendships. There is ample evidence that developing social connections and relationships are key factors to promote happiness and long lives.
A men's shed is based on a very successful model developed in Australia where a local "shed" provides men with a meeting place and a way for men to socialize, collaborate and work on meaningful projects. Over the years sheds have been formed in many countries including the UK and Canada. There are currently 46 in BC.
To find out more about Men's Shed Penticton check out their Men's Shed Penticton Facebook page or contact Roger EO at

Save on Foods: Judy & Al Chipney
Canadian Tire:   Bill Hoiland 
Safeway:             Denis Delisle
IGA:                     James Oliver

Special thanks to all the great sponsors and volunteers. Proceeds will go the Soupeteria and the Salvation Army Food Bank.
Tickets on sale December 15th and 16th at these great retailers:
  • Safeway
  • Save-on
  • Canadian Tire
  • IGA