Rotary Club of Ladner has returned to holding weekly club meetings in person in conjunction with Zoom for virtual attendance of club members, guests and guest speakers. If you are interested in attending a club meeting and wish to confirm, please contact President Peter Roaf or one of our board members, listed bottom right column.
  October 30, 2020
Hundreds of children to be saved from a crippled life, even death, through Rotary fundraiser 
On World Polio Day, October 24th, the proceeds from Rotary Club of Ladner's Pumpkins for Polio sales event will spare 857 children in the world under the age of 5 years from a lifetime of being crippled, sometimes severely, and even death, because of polio. Those children can survive and grow up to be healthy, fully active adults because every US$3 raised will protect a child from polio with oral vaccines, given the event's having raised US$860, which will be matched twice by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, for a total of US$2,580.
Ridding the world of polio has been a long, but steady march
Mike McGovern, who is Rotary's Chair of the International PolioPlus Committee, gave an update on the global campaign to rid the world of the life crippling and sometimes deadly disease of polio. His committee directs all regional and international PolioPlus committees, coordinates all PolioPlus elements, and develops policies and strategies to achieve polio eradication. The committee’s responsibilities include Rotary's allocation of US$150 million annually for polio eradication around the world.
Gold Distinction for Ladner Rotary in achieving international Rotary Citation
Rotary Club of Ladner has received the international Rotary Citation for our performance in 2019-20, at the Gold level of Distinction, the second highest after Platinum. 
The Rotary Citation is the most significant award a Rotary club can achieve. It is awarded for achieving goals such as increasing club membership, developing sustainable service projects, giving to The Rotary Foundation, and building awareness of Rotary in the community.
That achievement came during a year that was challenging for many Rotarians around the world. Our club demonstrated a commitment to achieve its goals, which has ultimately helped strengthen Rotary and shape our future.
Congratulations to Ladner Rotarians as People of Action, for continued service above self to our community and our world.  
Shred-A-Thon to make Christmas brighter for some Delta families
In Delta Christmas celebrations will be brighter for 600 low income families through the Deltassist Christmas Hamper project, with support in part from  proceeds of a Shred-A-Thon planned on November 7th by the Rotary Club of Ladner. This year, because of pandemic restrictions, the families will receive a food purchase gift card rather than an actual hamper.
Canada salutes UN 75th Anniversary with new dollar coin – a celebration for Rotary too
On the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (UN), Canada is celebrating our nation's role as a founding member and a contributor to world peace with its 2020 $1 circulation coin.
Canada was one of 51 countries which founded the United Nations in October 1945. As one of the most “international” organizations in the world of the day, Rotary played an active role in the drafting of the United Nations Charter in 1945 in San Francisco.
Paul Harris Fellow Award for outstanding service
Paul Harris Fellow honourees are individuals who meet high professional and personal standards set forth by Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary International. Honourees may have contributed more than US $1000 to The Rotary Foundation or may be recognized with this award by their club for extraordinary service above self.
"Don Arturo" celebrates 56 years a member of Ladner Rotary
On September 29, 2020, Arthur Birk, our "don" as longest serving member of Rotary Club of Ladner, celebrated his 56th anniversary of membership in the club.
Mortgage lending during COVID-19
Rotary Club of Tsawwassen member John Charbonneau, of The Mortgage Group, presents a perspective and some advice on mortgages and mortgage lending during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Langley Ukulele Ensemble enjoys international fame
The Langley Ukulele Ensemble started in the Langley School District during the 1970’s when the ukulele was incorporated as part of the music offerings in the District. 
In 1980, Peter Luongo joined the group as an assistant director and assumed the lead role shortly thereafter. He has been the group’s director for all, or part of every year since. His efforts and infectious personality contributed greatly to the ongoing popularity of the instrument in schools and to the recognition of the community of Langley as the “Ukulele Capital of Canada.”
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Ladner (Delta)
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