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Thanks to Ann and Yoko who organized a very enjoyable social event at the Golden City restaurant.  Thanks to all the wonderful people in this photo for helping out.
  Leonard Lee presented a very "heavy" bit of information on what he has learned about "Rights and Title"
  Paul with their  "Rotarian in Training"
Sheila introduced Don who presented Past President Ken Beal with a Rotary Presidential Citation and an award acknowledging the clubs support of End Polio Now
  Sheila Gamble introducing Past District Governor, Don Evans
Don Evans also gave us a wonderful presentation on the Rotary Foundation
Assistant District Governor Carol Doyle, PDG Don Evans, Past President Ken Beal proudly displaying the residential Citation, and current President Cam Reid
We had a great day preparing and serving food at St. Hilda's Anglican Church.  We have enjoyed great support with our work at Nandina, Kenya and this was an opportunity to express our appreciation of this continued support.
We enjoyed a wonderful presentation from Rotary Peace Fellow, Rachel Yordy.  Rachel is working on her second Masters Degree, has worked around the world and is presently living here on the Sunshine Coast.  Rachel shared some of her experiences and talked about the "Road to Reconciliation" 
District Governor Darcy Long presented Paul Harris Awards to a number of very deserving citizens.  Linda Hamilton was the first to be recognized for her continued support of Rotary.
Members of the Rotary Club of the Sunshine Coast-Sechelt power washing and refurbishing playground equipment at Hackett Park in Sechelt, B.C. on 21-Jul-2018.

(missing from picture: Lori & Joe)
 It is with heavy hearts that we share news of the passing of George Waldo, who passed peacefully, July 20, 2018, surrounded by those who love him. George was a resident of Peachland, B.C. for 34 years, serving 3 years as Councillor (1976-1979) and then as Mayor of Peachland for 19 years (1980-1994 and 1997-2002). George moved to Sechelt, B.C. in 2006, and was an inspiring Greeter with our Rotary Club of the Sunshine Coast-Sechelt, and always shared witty words at each meeting. We send our sincerest condolences to his wife, Ann, and family ...
Bob Metcalfe (founding member of our Rotary Club of the Sunshine Coast-Sechelt) MC'd the Installation of the 2018-19 Board members at a June 27, 2018 lunch meeting held at Pebbles Restaurant in Sechelt, B.C. Cam Reid was installed as our incoming 2018-19 President, taking over the reigns from Ken Beall (2017-2018 President) who had earlier reviewed our accomplishments during the past Rotary year (including increased membership; increased donations to Polio and Foundation; better meals & meeting attendance; Ndandini water well repairs after flood damage; and the Kenya scholarship program's continued success thanks to both club and community support). We thank Ken for all of his hard work and commitment this past year, and extend a warm welcome to our incoming President to "Be The Inspiration" for our Rotary club this year! (picture left to right: Bob Metcalfe, Cam Reid, Ken Beall) ...
As a Rotary Exchange Student in our club for the past year, Fiore communicated her progression from homesickness to a feeling of total involvement in Rotary and the community. She thanked the club for all the new experiences, such as a plane ride to Vancouver and canoeing for the first time. She's looking forward to seeing a bear on her upcoming B.C. trip. Her highlight of the past year was meeting and becoming friends with all the other exchange students. When asked about her favourite food she was emphatic about "not curry", but settled on Georalynn's steak. We all laughed at her anecdeote about inadvertently sending wrong signals due to her initial unawareness of colloquialisms. Fiore's family (Gabriella, Luciana and Ili from Italy) were in attendance at our June 27, 2018 Rotary lunch meeting at Pebbles Restaurant in Sechelt, B.C. She is very proud that she will graduate with the Grade 12 Chatelech Secondary class tonight, along with our longtime Rotary daughter Anika. Fiore is only the second of our exchange students to achieve this goal, and she hopes to register for university in Italy. Fiore presented President Ken Beall with a banner from the Rotary Club of Napoli ...
On June 17, 2018 at the 101 Brewhouse in Gibsons, B.C., Darcy Long (Sunshine Coast-Sechelt) was installed as the 2018-19 District 5040 Governor. District 5040 comprises of 51 Rotary clubs, from Greater Vancouver up the coast to Prince Rupert. The installation was performed by Dean Rohrs, Vice President of the 1.2 million business and professional members of Rotary International. Also attending were Governor 2017-18 Don Evans (Vancouver), Governor Elect Bala Naidoo (Burnaby), and Governor Nominee Dave Hamilton (Delta) ...

The sold out 20th Annual Dad and Me Dance, sponsored by the Rotary Club of the Sunshine Coast on May 15th in Sechelt, B.C. was a tremendous success, attended by 400 Dads and girls - a special thanks to our sponsors and community for all their support! ...

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Projects Director (1yr)
Foundation/Admin Director
New Generations director (1 yr)
Membership Director
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