Club Information

Welcome to the little Club that does


       Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 5:00 PM
In person and Zoom @5pm
5665 Teredo Street
The Watermark Meeting Room
Sechelt, BC V7Z 0J2
(604) 865-0294
(Our club meets on the unceded lands of the shíshálh Nation) Regular Club Meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month
Home Page Stories
The herring curtains at the government dock in Sechelt beside the Lighthouse Pub are now coated with herring eggs!
The Chatelech Interactor Co-Chair, Georgia Doyle, is seen holding up our "birthing blanket"!
The Sechelt Rotary Club received a Silver Hero Award from ShelterBox Canada for donations in 2022/23.
Rotarians and Rotary Clubs really stepped up and donated over $1million last year. As a result, ShelterBox was able to be on the ground in 11 countries, providing vital support to over 342,000 people. Disasters and conflict are inevitable and frequent - the need is continuous. 
The Club has obtained two grants towards the 2023 gardens and here is the new site sign. To be proudly shown by new garden owners.
In 2022 our Rotary Club Volunteers planted 14 Pollinator Friendly Gardens on the Coast. Recently we have revisited and revitalized them and have created 5 new ones thus far! We are very grateful to our hard-working Volunteer Gardeners and, this year, the Neighbourhood Small Grants Program and the Coastal Community Grants Program for supporting us. Watch for our signs and check out the butterfly and bee habitats. Visit the David Suzuki Foundation website to learn more about the Butterflyway Project and how you too can be “Pollinator Friendly”!
On Saturday April 22nd, as part of Sechelt Volunteer Fair, the Rotary Interactors helped with the BBQ
using our brand new fire retardant tent!
John King from Pender Harbour was presented with his winning $3k cheque on January 27th 2023.
The Chatelech Interactors were out in the rain collecting bottles for their fundraising project. 
Another drive is planned for January 28th 
Club volunteers plus Interactors attended at a WPD table in Trail Bay Mall
The Club worked with the Sechelt Garden Club to totally rehabilitate
the old lawn at the rear of Totem Lodge in time to celebrate Earth Day.
The Herring Enhancement Program is off to a great start in Feb 2022.
The herring roe is appearing on the curtains dropped recently at 2 locations in Porpoise Bay, Sechelt.
The local Interactors are  keen observers!
Eastlink Cable has ben out to the site as well filming the activities. 
This Year we did it again. Over 1,200 Valentine Thank You cards distributed to the health care workers at the front line on Sunshine Coast in time for Valentine's Day. Great way to begin Random Acts of Kindness week! Even put the flags up at the Hospital on the day before.
Vanessa Lanteigne has now been awarded a fully funded master’s degree program at the Rotary International Peace Center located at Uppsala University in Sweden. She will undertake the two- year Fellowship in Peace program during years 2022-23.
Club members assisted by the High School Interactors served free hot chocolate and cookies during the Festival of Lights on Cowrie Street in December.
The Club purchased a Pediatric Standing Frame
for the Early Intervention Physiotherapy Team
of the SC Community Services (+VCH).
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
The Rotary Foundation
Director New Generations
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Polio mapping goes high tech

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Engineer follows the science of water

Rotary scholar Isis Mejias dedicates her education and expertise to providing an essential human need — water.