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Powell River Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Powell River Town Centre Hotel
4660 Joyce Ave.
Powell River, BC V8A 3B6
Canada
Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.
Lunch is available from the restaurant menu. 
Home Page Stories

The Community Reception for the Musical Ride hosted by the Rotary Clubs of Powell River was a huge success.   It was a magical moment at Willingdon Park.   The weather was perfect and Powell River in its usual fashion made our guests feel welcome.   Best of all, over $1,000 in donations were raised for the Bruce Denniston Bone Marrow Society.   

Hello Everyone,

You, your spouse/partner, friends and guests are all invited to our Installation of 2013-14 Board on June 27th at the Powell River Lawn Bowling Club.

Come join in for an evening of fellowship, a little bowling if you wish and weather permits, barbeque complete with burgers, salad, dessert, coffee, tea,water etc. BYOB is the order of the day.

All of this for $20.00 per person. It will be a fund raiser for our Rotary Foundation.

Come one, come all and enjoy the Rotary spirit at its best!!!   Please RSVP by June 24th.

Yours in Rotary,

Helen

The Donation Policy is now available on Site Pages under Polices.

The 2011 Strategic Plan is now available in PDF format.   You find it in the download section.

Friday August 17th was the Blackberry Festival Street Party. The Sunrise Rotary held a booth where a ring toss was held to raise money and generally have a good time. Past President Doug Nauer had this to say about the event 

" Other than the fact we set up in the wrong spot - (my fault), the event was a great success.  Thanks to John and Michelle (Canadian Tire) for the special prizes, Staples also, Arleen, John, Michelle, Harley, Helen, Kim, Dave for the help, Craig (Save-On Foods) for the pop donation (about $325).  We took in a little over $300.00.  Costs for the booth permit and other supplies were donated by myself and Harley and Helen and Kim.  It wasn't a money maker but was very easy to organize, set up, and not very labour intensive.  The real success was in all the smiles we got from the kids and the smiles on the parents faces.  Rotary got alot of good mileage in exposure....Thanks to all.  I'd do it again in a heart beat ."
No word on who won the most obnoxious Rotarian.

Thanks Doug for taking the lead and making this a success

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