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Welcome to our Club

Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
The Boathouse Restaurant
900 Quayside Drive
New Westminster, BC  V3M 6C9
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Rotary International
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Membership Information
Roy Prevost   604-519-0035 email: roy@royprevost.com
Monica Woldring 604-782-4533 email: monica@insureline.com or monica@monicawoldirng.com
Home Page Stories

Please see the bottom of this bulletin to download the Minutes for the September 12th Rotary World Help meeting as well as the agenda for the next meeting on October 10th.


Please see details for the New Westminster Hospice Walk on October 4, leaving from the tine soldier at 6:30pm.  A Poster can be downloaded from at the bottom of this bulletin.



Thanks Alana for leading us through the budget and strategic plan discussion
Aroura shares her experiences in Brazil last year as an outbound exchange student.

District 5040 has committed to be a Peace Builder District donating $25,000 for Rotary Peace Centers to educate Peace Fellows through Rotary Peace Fellowship programs.  A presentation officially will be at the Presidential Conference on February 9 to 11, 2018.


It is the District Peace Committee's vision to have all D5040 clubs become Peace Builder clubs.  One of the criteria to be a Peace builder club is for the club to have a designated Peace Champion to represent the club at District Peace meetings and to share peace related information with club members.


Currently in D5040, there are 9 clubs who have a designated Peace Champion. Lizz Kelly has volunteered to be Royal City's Peace Champion. If any other member is interested, contact Gloria Staudt. For further information about the criteria for being a Peace Builder club or to designate a Peace Champion, please see Gloria Staudt.





Current member, Ron O'Genski, win's a gold metal in the Pickleball Doubles tournament at the BC Senior Games in Vernon this past week in the 3.5 division
Over $32,000 raised at the 2017 Pot of Gold Golf tournament.
Royal City Rotary and Cassady & Co. presents proceeds from the 2017 Pot of Gold Golf Tournament fundraiser to the New Westminster Rotary Club (Noon Club).
Royal City Rotary and Cassady & Co. presents proceeds from the 2017 Pot of Gold Golf Tournament fundraiser to the Purpose Society.
Some pictures from Hansi and Tom's going away party on Saturday. A great time was had by all! There was laughter and tears. Hansi and Tom, you both will be greatly missed by the entire club.

Oct 11
Rob McCullough
Rick Molstad
Ron O'Genski
October 18
Roy Prevost
Tony Scott
Wendy Scott
Oct 4
Gloria Staudt
Susan Stefanyshyn
Lorna Stewart
Greeter Duties

Greeters are the first point of contact for guests, potential new members, and our members. Making all who attend our meeting feel welcome is the responsibility of all of us as we all take turns being greeters.

1.       All greeters should arrive no later than 6:40 am and be prepared to assist in setting up and preparing for the meeting. If a greeter cannot be present for their day of duties, please contact another member to fill in for you.

2.       Greeter # 1 will ensure that the sandwich board at the entrance

3.       Greeter # 2 will ensure that flags and banners are in place.

4.       Greeters should welcome all members and guests and make them comfortable with the proceedings and surroundings, i.e., seating, coffee, schedule of meeting etc.

5.       Greeter # 1 greets and sits with the speaker to gather information useful in providing a respectful and meaningful introduction of the speaker and the program.

6.       Greeter # 2 thanks the speaker and presents the certificate of appreciation for their presentation. NOTE: The certificate is NOT a contribution of $20.00 in the speakers’ name. We donate $20.00 to the Rotary Foundation in recognition of their presentation at the meeting.

7.       Greeter # 3 assists in taking down the flags, banners and places the sandwich board back in Kathy's office.

·         Greeters may change duties amongst themselves if desired.







The Good Host program is how YOU can get involved - you are invited to help out by meeting, greeting and sharing cultural experiences with our Youth Exchange student. Victor Xavier (Brazil) is here and deserve to see and experience Canada to the fullest. 

Any one of us can be Good Hosts by simply sharing some time with Victor. A phone call, lunch, dinner with family, sporting event, cultural outing, almost anything goes. However - all who host our youth exchange student unsupervised - even for a day event - must have submitted the YE police check paperwork to Paige Freeman prior to hosting.

Please remember to include our youth exchange students in any activities you and your family participate in. Please speak to Victor directly or contact him at:

  • Email: xaviervictor393@gmail.com
  • Cell: 778-893-2532

Current total membership - 34

Attending total - 28

Members attending total - 25

Welcome to our guests: Jill Toews, Christiane Basilio, Victor Xavier


Josh Juni
Nov 01, 2017
Tej Kanith
Nov 08, 2017
Tourism New Westminster
Charity Auction
Dec 13, 2017