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Meeting & Club Information

Coquitlam Sunrise Rotary meets Tuesdays at 7:15am

Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex
Room #2 - 633 Poirier Street
Coquitlam, BC, Canada

Meet Lori Travis - The Newest Member of The Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise


Lori Travis born in Burns Lake - Married to Andy Travis for 42 1/2 years.  Two amazing, intelligent, beautiful daughters Jenny McKinney (Mike) 18 year old grandson Connor Nokomi Travis (Marek) 2 granddaughters Kaya (4) Mila (2 1/2)


Work history - worked at Telus for 21 years in Customer Service (landline, internet & tv) Coquitlam Towing 1 year Boots Drug Store 11 years


Community service - 25 years of executive boards for Poco Ringette, PoCo Ravens softball, Port Coquitlam Female Hockey titles including, secretary, treasurer, vice president all the while managing 2 teams per seasons. Active in fundraising for tournaments, travel & equipment as well as a lot of taxiing other team members.


Hobbies - Bowling, slo pitch, hiking and plan on learning to golf this year. Hoping to also be a dog walker for the SPCA


My passion is to be a positive & active participant in my community. To be a proud Rotarian.


This is me


Lori Travis

Rotarians at Work





Steve Rutledge fundraiser and organizer from the Whitby Sunrise rotary club in Ontario and Ron Postma from the Coquitlam Sunrise rotary club delivering over 200 water filters to 2 remote villages north of Luang Prabang in Laos


Rotarians At Play

Rotarians are busy, busy people.  This doesn’t stop them from wanting to continue to support others.  A quick, efficient, low cost project is greeting cards.  It’s fun, impactful to the recipient, completed during the Rotary meeting and enhances member engagement.  The Rotarians at Coquitlam Sunrise decided to make Halloween cards for the seniors at Hawthorne lodge.  Huge smiles on all the residents as they feel loved

Tri-Cities Rotary Clubs Effort to Help Eradicate Polio World Wide

In recognition of World Polio Day on October 24th, members from the four local Rotary Clubs in the Tri Cities area joined together at a recent pub night fundraiser to support Rotary International's Global Polio Eradication campaign.  Around the world, Rotarians have pledged to raise $150 million dollars(US) over the next 3 years.  Almost $700 was raised at the event.  Through the Rotary International Foundation all Polio funds raised are matched 2 to 1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation which means the total will grow to nearly $2100.  The Government of Canada has also pledged another $75 million towards the final push to keep children everywhere around the world free from the terrible effects of this preventable disease.
Rotary’s Amazing Race – We’re Canadian Eh?
The Amazing Race this year had 27 teams out enjoying the amazing array of activities (over 30 stops throughout the Tri-Cities!) that challenged their mind, body and spirit.
Since its inception in 1981, the Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise has been involved in service activities as diverse as helping pack bags at the local food bank, filling containers with supplies for Africa, developing a local Amazing Race, refurbishing a women's shelter, and gardening at Eagle Ridge Hospital as well financially supporting these organizations along with many more and some amazing International projects. It’s event like the Amazing Race that allow us to accomplish these valuable community commitments.
We look forward to an even bigger and better 2018 Amazing Race!
A HUGE THANK YOU to our Sponsors.
 J. Fitzpatrick and Associates, Wishart, Me&Eds, Lawyers West, Kinsmen Club Coquitlam, Canadian Tire, Brite Blinds, Boyd, Best Western Plus, Montridge, Roger Gurr and Associates, McDonalds TYGO, Robb Farion web design, Roxydesign, Sandpiper Signs, Snapd Tri-Cities, Tri-Cities News Fresh Ink.


Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise Welcomes Two New Members

On January 17, 2017 the Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise welcomed two new members to the Club.


Pictured in front is Greg Garrison pinning the Rotary Pin on Patrick Gunville.  Patrick is a Real Estate Broker.


Just back of Greg and Patrick is Club President, Chris Wilson pinning the Rotary Pin on Dan Mooney.  Dan is a Transportation Technologist.

Rotarians Receive Paul Harris Fellow Recognition

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute or who have contributions made in their name, to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.


On January 03, 2017 Rotarian John Panrucker (left) is shown receiving his Paul Harris Fellow from Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise President Chris Wilson (right). 
On January 03, 2017 Rotarian Stan Wylie (Right) receiving his Paul Harris Fellow from Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise President Chris Wilson (Left)

Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise Free Little Library

The Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise Free Little Library shown in Coquitlam Town Centre Park near the children's playground and the sand volleyball courts.
Members of the Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise shown along side of the newly erected Free Little People's Library at Coquitlam Town Centre Park