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April 24, 2019
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Banker new member talks about her life
Former banker and active leader in Rotary@Work, Sharrie Dahl, tells club members about herself as a new member
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Family and fun priorities for funeral director new member
New member, Charmaine Levan, who is a funeral director at Delta Funeral Home in Ladner, has fun with her husband, is proud of her daughter and granddaughter and family, in Ontario, originally Jamaica, sings in a trio and now a quartet, and has visited remote areas of Guatemala to rescue abandoned babies, children and vulnerable people. Her education is in social work and business. She loves her work because she is dealing with people and helping them in tough times.
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Rotary Foundation's Major Donors recognized for generosity
For their generosity in giving to The Rotary Foundation over many years, taking them to the Foundation's Major Donor level Two, Past District Governor Leo Nimsick and Ladner Rotary President Nominee Diana Nimsick have received special recognition by The Rotary Foundation at a Rotary Club of Ladner meeting.
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Paul Harris Awards presented
President Kerry-Lynne Findlay and Richard Shantz were presented with multiple Paul Harris Fellow pins.
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Medical and dental equipment arrives in grateful Northern Chile community
The 15,000 residents of Pozo Almonte, a small community in northern Chile, are most grateful for a shipping container load of 284 items of needed medical and dental equipment and supplies sent through Rotary World Help (RWH) in February. RWH is a non-religious, non-political charity run by 45 Rotary clubs mainly in Rotary Districts 5040 and 5050, throughout Metro Vancouver, up the coast to Powell River, Prince George and as far away as Summeride, PEI. The Rotary Club of Ladner was the lead sponsor of this shipment, the 395th shipped to 62 countries on five continents since RWH was founded in 1993.
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BC teachers train teachers in rural Kenya
To help train teachers to teach with technology and implement latest learning skills in the classrooms of four schools in a rural area southeast of Nairobi, Kenya, Rotary Club of Ladner and 30 other BC Rotary clubs in Rotary District 5040, sponsored a team of BC educators to share knowledge with teachers in four schools southeast of Nairobi, Kenya for two weeks in Spring Break with additional funding through a global grant from the international Rotary Foundation. Building on the work of a previous Rotary District 5040 Foundation Grant, which provided computer labs to two schools in the Kitui region, south east of Nairobi, Kenyan teachers in the region reached out for support in implementing these new teaching methods. -- story by PDG John Anderson    
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Voice of business in Delta since 1910
Delta Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business in Delta for almost 110 years. It is a federally-registered, non-profit corporation of businesses and community organizations originally established as the Delta Board of Trade in 1910 and became the Delta Chamber of Commerce in 1961. It is governed by the Board of Trade Act administered by Industry Canada.
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First Nation make progress with policing programs
Camo Friday was founded in memory of Mitchell Slater. Mitchell died by suicide at the age of 15. To many, Mitchell seemed like a happy and healthy teenager but, in addition to regularly wearing camo clothing, he was also camouflaging his personal struggle. Mitchell’s friends and family are committed to making his life a cause for change: Camo Friday has become a program developed by Tsawwassen First Nation in partnership with Delta Police.
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Kindness is a universally held value
There have been constant and considerable changes in our society which have effected the teaching, learning and practice of Kindness. The Kindness Foundation of Canada asks whether we have lost our manners and our social conscience or just lost our accountability. "If we are not actively teaching and learning about kindness," asks the Foundation, "what is the point of all the rest of the teaching and learning?”
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Apr 30, 2019
MURALS as a Facet of Delta/Ladner Renewal
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Rotary Club of Ladner's humanitarian work in Laos
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