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District 5040 Vancouver Conference
 

2020 District 5040 Conference

 

Apr 24 - 26, 2020 Vancouver BC.
 
RI Conference in Hawaii
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Club Information

Welcome to the little Club that does

Sechelt

       Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 5:00 PM
Tailgate@5pm / Zoom@7pm
PO Box 2071
Sechelt, BC V0N 3A0
Canada
Phone:
(604) 865-0294
(Our club meets on the unceded lands of the shíshálh Nation)
Home Page Stories
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.
"BUILD IT AND THEY WILL COME!" 🤣
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).
The Sechelt Club thanked the healthcare workers on the Sunshine Coast by hand writing 1,000 Thank You / Valentine's Cards. After a year of dealing with Covid conditions we decided they needed to know that the community supported them. We used cards, flowers, flags and GC's for coffee!
The Rotary Cash Calendar winning number was bought by long time Roberts Creek resident, Allan Cobbin. He has been buying the Rotary Calendars for many years and gives them to his family and friends for Christmas. This year his son was the lucky recipient of the calendar that won the grand prize of $3,000! Steve & Ginny Cobbin live in North Vancouver.
Allan was an active beekeeper for many years and had his beehives at many locations on the Sunshine Coast. He still had some honey for the guests that dropped in with a $3k cheque from Rotary! He even wore his beekeepers jacket to ‘receive’ the cheque on behalf of his son and daughter in law. He was sold the winning calendar by Mike Price who is seen handing the cheque to him for his son. 
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The Club has created 12 large but light flagpoles that can be rented from the Club for a donation. 
On Remembrance Day 10 were set up around the Cenotaph in Sechelt. Our Club's contribution to the non-celebration event due to Covid restrictions. 
The Gibsons -Sechelt Rotary Auction site is live as of October 30th!
It ends at 20:00 hrs on Saturday November 14th.
The last two hours will be televised on Eastlink.
 
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