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26th ANNUAL ROTARY POT OF GOLD CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
DISTRICT WEBSITE AMENDMENTS
 
 
The above photo was taken at the 2021 tournament by Gabor Gasztonyi, Rotarian.  The “Payne Stewart-wannabe” in orange plus-4s and tam with Felions Darby and April-Lynne is none other than Royal City Rotary’s one and only, current President, Roy Prevost, who blessed us with some haute couture on the day.  
 
 About 120 golfers teed off in a shotgun start on a warm, sunny day.  The course was in fabulous condition.  Four par 3 holes offered hole-in-one prizes totalling $250,000 on the day.  And it can be done!!  One year, a lucky golfer aced the contest hole and took away a $15,000 diamond engagement ring.  Some golfers came close last year, but will have to try again this year.  AND THIS YEAR ALL GOLFERS WILL HAVE 4 CHANCES TO WIN A HOLE-IN-ONE PRIZE OF UP TO $50,000!!!

Other on-course activities will include the usual long drive, straightest drive, closest to the pin, and putting contests, as well as a chipping contest run by 2 of the BC Lions’ Felions.  Excellent on-course food offerings will include Kelly O’Bryan’s, Me-N-Eds pizza, and the Boathouse. The golfers, volunteers and guests will enjoy a delicious post-golf buffet at Mayfair Lakes, and will appreciate an early night.
 
Golfers, sponsors and donors as well as their family and friends will be able to participate in the Rotary Pot of Gold on-line auction, to bid on appealing lots of goods, services and experiences (June 30th to July 20th).
 
The tournament raised approximately $30,000 this past year from the generosity of our sponsors, donors and golfers.  Since the first Rotary Pot of Gold Charity Golf Tournament   in 1996, we have raised $600,000 for charity.  Proceeds will be used by the two Rotary Clubs to fund youth programs in our community (RYLA, Youth Exchange, bursaries and Adventure programs).  Partial proceeds are also donated to Salvation Army (New Westminster) and Lower Mainland Purpose School, a specialized school for students who face challenges in the public school system.
 
Golfers can register as foursomes, or as a single and we will put you with a team.  Cost is $225 per golfer for green fees, shared cart, all contests, food on the course and delicious buffet dinner.  Use the link below for a registration form.  And if you or your business wish to sponsor an activity, use the sponsor/donor link below as well.
HOPE TO SEE YOU ON JULY 12TH, 2022
Bakers Dozen Volunteers
 
Ana helped with the Baker’s Dozen” cycling hill climb event organized by Gird Hobbis.  She picked her reward.  How were the sprinkles, Ana??
 
 
 
 
Rick M (August's Rotarian of the Month) presents Alana with her Rotarian of the Month (September) pin.
 
 
November 13th
 

Current total membership - 31

Attending total - 15

 

Welcome to our guests:

  • Randy Holden
  • Justin Beeken
  • Ingrid Beeken
  • Ana Brunholi
  • Brenden Kelly
  • Paige Freeman
 
 
     

     

     

     

     

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    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. Leo Wolff (Germany) 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 Leo. 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 their Criminal Checks online prior to hosting. Submit the report to Rick Molstad.

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

    • Email: lwolff.hannover@gmail.com
    • Cell: 778-893-2532
     
     
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    900 Quayside Drive
    New Westminster, BC V3M 6C9
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    • 604-519-0035
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