Posted by Peter Roaf on Oct 24, 2017
Rotary District 5040 Governor Don Evans, with partner Deb Sankey, and Assistant Governor Wayne Connorton, made his annual visit to the Rotary Club of Ladner on October 24, coinciding with World Polio Day.
To mark World Polio Day on October 24, club members had their pinkie finger nails painted purple, an indicator in polio vaccine campaigns overseas that a child has received the vaccine
Ladner Rotary members hold up their pinkie fingers, painted purple, to mark World Polio Day, as a special day in the global campaign, started by Rotary in 1985, which has reduced the number of cases from 350,000 annually to 12 as of this month. With individual donations from club members and the club overall, $4065 was raised for the global End Polio campaign.
(l to r) Club Foundation Chair Peter
Podovinikoff and President Ulf Ottho thank
Wayne Connorton, Deb Sankey and District
Governor Don Evans
District Governor Don Evans speaks to
Ladner Rotary members
A 27.5 minute video of District Governor Don Evans's presentation on Rotary
President Ulf Ottho at the lectern which
Ladner Rotary is presenting to the new
club of Vancouver Mountainview
Close up of dedication plaque on the new
lectern for the new Rotary Club of
Vancouver Mountainview
District Governor Don Evans and Deb
Sankey visit the venue for the Ladner
Rotary Splash Park opening in
May 2018 with club President Ulf
Ottho, Lynn  Cameron and Irene Forcier
Recognized by Lynn Cameron and Guillermo
Bustos (on left) for setting a new record for
calendar sales of 50 in one shift were Past
District Governor Sonia Barron and
Jim Burnett