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Join us as we learn about the vocation and life of of two of our members: Stan and Marilyn! 

Stan Bissell and Marilyn Mucha
Jan 30, 2018
 
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Come listen to Laura speak about APIRG, "a student-run, student-funded, non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, advocacy, and action in the public interest. APIRG exists to provide students with resources to be active citizens." 

You can learn more about the organization at: https://apirg.org 

Laura Kruse
Feb 06, 2018
 

Each committee chair will be providing highlights of the past 6 months and goals for the remainder of this Rotary year. Come listen to what our club has been up to so far this Rotary 2017/2018 year!

Club Assembly
Feb 13, 2018
 

Come join us as two of our members, Kathy and Kristin talk about some of the components of Advanced Care Planning. We will bust some myths surrounding, and hope to normalize: Power of Attorneys, Personal Directives and Goals of Care. 

Kathy Strobl and Kristin Jennings
Feb 20, 2018
 
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One of our members, Paige Reeves, will speaking to our club about the Rotary Employment Partnership (REP). 

"Inclusion Alberta and Rotary Clubs work in partnership to:

  • Create real jobs -- Rotary Clubs and members will work in partnership with Inclusion Alberta and the Government of Alberta to develop jobs for people with developmental disabilities within the business community. Together we explore the possibility of creating genuine and meaningful employment opportunities. Inclusion Alberta and the Government of Alberta link employers to potential employees with developmental disabilities. Inclusion Alberta and the Government of Alberta also provide the resources, expertise and on-the-job supports to ensure a successful outcome. Through the partnership, employers and employees will learn how to sustain and facilitate the successful inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in the workforce. Each Rotary Club partner sets its own commitment as to how many people with developmental disabilities they would hope to see employed during the course of the partnership.  Individual Rotary members may also consider the possibility of creating an employment opportunity for a person with developmental disabilities. Through this initiative there is the potential for Rotary Clubs and members to directly and personally make a powerful and wonderful difference in the life of a person with developmental disabilities.
  • Share the dream -- Rotary Clubs, in partnership with Inclusion Alberta and the Government of Alberta, through their community involvement and commitment, promote the employment of people with developmental disabilities. The highly respected community voice of Rotary are coupled with the voices of families who have sons and daughters with developmental disabilities.  The community needs to learn more about the potential of people with developmental disabilities and the value of creating real jobs.  The partnership develops resource materials (e.g., print ads, posters, brochures, radio ads, etc.) to be shared with the business and broader community through a variety of media.  These collaboratively developed public awareness materials highlight Rotary Clubs’ commitment to the employment of people with developmental disabilities."

Learn more about REP at: http://inclusionalberta.org/partnerships-projects/rotary-employment-partnerships-overview/ 

Paige Reeves
Feb 27, 2018
 

Join us as we learn about the vocations and lives of of two of our members: Steve and Saiyed! 

Steve McRory and Saiyed Jaffer
Mar 06, 2018
 
No Regular Club Meeting
Mar 13, 2018
 

Join the members of our club in a fellowship weekend to Jasper! 

Fellowship Weekend
Mar 17, 2018
 
No Regular Club Meeting
Mar 20, 2018
 

Join us as we learn about the vocation and lives of two of our newer members: Mike and Lauren. 

Michael Greaney and Lauren Emery
Apr 10, 2018
 

Gem Munro will speak about how Amarok Society provides education to the poorest children in the city slums of Bangladesh and Pakistan in a unique way; rather than opening schools for children, we teach their mothers. Each mother then becomes a neighbourhood teacher, allowing Amarok Society to economically reach far more children than with the traditional school model. In particular, Gem will speak to the social impact of education and the lives of the women who are transforming their communities.

Gem Munro
Apr 17, 2018
 
No Regular Club Meeting
May 08, 2018
 
No Regular Club Meeting
May 22, 2018
 
Club Assembly
May 29, 2018
 
Presidential Change-Over!
Jun 12, 2018