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The Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2020 Duck Dip Raffle! 
 
Through challenging times, the Campbell River Community embraced the raffle donating prizes, cash and locations to sell tickets. 
 
A brief summary of the results:
  • Sales of tickets resulted in 6310 entries into the draw,
  • Gross sales from tickets was over $39,000 with over $31,000 coming from paper tickets
 
 
Daybreak Rotarians hosting a Christmas luncheon for young families.
A few Rotarians gathered at the Campbell River Esturary to support TDTree Days to plant some trees along with Greenways Land Trust. All smiles while getting the job done! 
 
Norm Facey, placing our $500 donation cheque into the Salvation Army Kettle
As has been previously reported, Campbell River Daybreak Rotary responded to a request from the Campbell River & District Adult Care Society to build a Senior-friendly patio garden which included specialty benches and planters. Club members were thrilled at the prospect of a hands-on project and finding volunteers was not a problem.
We talked with Past-President Jim Harris about the project...
 
Home Page Stories
The Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2020 Duck Dip Raffle! 
 
Through challenging times, the Campbell River Community embraced the raffle donating prizes, cash and locations to sell tickets. 
 
A brief summary of the results:
  • Sales of tickets resulted in 6310 entries into the draw,
  • Gross sales from tickets was over $39,000 with over $31,000 coming from paper tickets
 
 
Daybreak Rotarians hosting a Christmas luncheon for young families.
A few Rotarians gathered at the Campbell River Esturary to support TDTree Days to plant some trees along with Greenways Land Trust. All smiles while getting the job done! 
 
Norm Facey, placing our $500 donation cheque into the Salvation Army Kettle
As has been previously reported, Campbell River Daybreak Rotary responded to a request from the Campbell River & District Adult Care Society to build a Senior-friendly patio garden which included specialty benches and planters. Club members were thrilled at the prospect of a hands-on project and finding volunteers was not a problem.
We talked with Past-President Jim Harris about the project...
 
Club Information

Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club

Campbell River Daybreak

Making Service FUN!

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 6:50 AM
Zoom
Campbell River, BC V9W 2C3
Canada
Due to COVID-19 challenges, we've moved our typical in-person meetings to online Zoom meetings Wednesdays. Guests welcome, please reach out to kjfisher60@gmail.com to learn more.
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Community Service
International Service
Literacy
Membership
Public Image
Youth Services
Youth Protection Officer
Speakers
Bev Sellars, author
Nov 25, 2020
Her two books on indigenous history and experiences.
Assembly
Dec 02, 2020
Club business
Doha Alkhatib and Rod Mont
Dec 09, 2020
Syrian refugee life first hand
Sadie Ostler, Chloe Valentine
Dec 16, 2020
John Howard Society youth programs
Tbd
Dec 23, 2020
Christmas
TBD
Dec 30, 2020
TBD
assembly
Jan 06, 2021
business meeting
Peter Caron
Jan 13, 2021
Acupuncture and chinese medicine in the treatment of addiction.
George Lambert
Jan 20, 2021
How forestry fits into a green future.
Tricia Sinclair
Jan 27, 2021
VIHA, CR Hospital, managing through COVID19
assembly
Feb 03, 2021
business meeting
TBD
Feb 10, 2021
TBD
Leroy MacFarlane and Leona Adams
Feb 17, 2021
Campbell River Evironmental Committee, 40 years of committment
 
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