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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mission Midday. Come join us for great fellowship and lunch!

Mission Midday

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
32081 Lougheed Highway
Mission, BC V2V 7P3
Thank you to all the amazing Rotarians and volunteers that organized a successful Shred It Event. This is an annual event we host each year by donation to raise funds to support our community.
We want to thank the entire community for all their support in helping to eradicate Polio. This event could not have been possible without Vik Gill of the Fitness Lab, Rotary Clubs of Mission and of course our generous prize sponsors Manny Deol, Lanka Jewels, Rick Toor, Tom Osterberg and Dr's Bill and Gloria Tyler. We had 32 cars rallied to raise $3500 over 2 days, this translates to $14,000 with matching subsidies. This event also gave families oppurtunities to explore Mission and check out all the wonderful things that make us love Mission. We look forward to this becoming an annual event each year. Thank you everyone!
Compete to find 11 famous stops around Mission. All proceeds go to END POLIO NOW. Sign up your team now at vik@thefitnesslab.ca.
Rotary’s annual Shred It Event is now on Saturday June 6th from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Prospera Credit Union parking lot. If you have documents that need to be confidentiality and securely shredded, we can help 😊 There is no limit and it’s all by donation. The shredding happens right on site while you are there. All funds raised go back into the community to support our local programs and projects. Come out and shred your documents by donation.
Rotary Clubs of Mission continue to serve our community while keeping within the restrictions and health recomendations at this time. We are here to serve and to help. Today we spent time at Emma's Acres preparing for this years crops. If there is anyone you know that made need assistance at this time please contact us. Rotary in Mission is available to help. Please reach out for any support you might need. It is a privilege to serve in our community.


Dear Fellow Rotarians,
It is with deep regret that we must postpone all Rotary Meetings until further notice due to our world wide situation and with a direct order from our RI President Mark Maloney. All Rotary District Events have also been cancelled at this time. With that being said don't forget who we are WE ARE PEOPLE OF ACTION. There will be many needs in our community during this most stressful time. Please reach out to me if there is anyway that you know of that Rotary can step up and help those in need. We are still able bodies that are willing to work and support even though we can not meet. I have a contact number on our website and we will also post on Facebook for those who need us to contact me and we can set up groups to assist when possible. In the mean time the message I am giving you from your fearless leader is to not live in fear and continue to love and care for your community, your families and yourselves. Most importantly please reach out to each other for help and support at this time. Much love and hugs to all of you and I hope we can see each other sooner rather than later. I will update with any changes as they become available. In the meantime if you have any questions, concerns or ideas of how we can continue to serve please call anytime 604-316-7125.
This was an extra special Rotray at Work Day as we had the privilage of working on one of our members home garden. Joe Loucks was promoted to glory on February 28th, 2020. We are all so thankful to have had him in our lives and we are grateful we could show support to his wife Nancy and family at this most difficult time by making their garden look beautfiul.

The Rotary Club of Mission Midday has partnereed with the Rotary Club of Abbotsford to support the Guatemala Literacy Bus Operation with a contribution of  $2,500. These funds will be used to support the operation of their bus, purchasing books, etc. Books are rare in many schools in Guatemala. This bus offers a mobile library to many villages and rural areas - children pour into the bus with great excitement and have about 45 minutes to read before the next group takes their place , and then the next. The bus then moves to a different location for the next group of children. This occurs 5 days a week, every week. This is an ongoing project that was initiated by the Rotray Club of Abbotsford in 2009. We are so privilaged to be a part of Rotray and be able to give the gift of books and reading to those who would not have the oppurtunity otherwise. 
Congratulations Ben on February's Rotarian of The Month! Ben is our incoming Membership Chair and is doing an outstanding Job at finding new and exciting ways to attract new members and to help guide and engage our new and existing members. Ben is a Rotarian that is very humble and never looks for any recognition. I am so thank ful to have hima s part of my Rotary family and have this oppurtunity to thank him for all he does for us and our community. Enjoy your pie :)
This amazing group of Rotarians dedicate some of their time to help volunteer at Hope Central to provide food to those in need. A big thank you to our Foundation Chair Henny who organizes these voulnteers for the entire year.
On December 14th our very own Brad Reminek hosted a birthday fundraiser to raise funds for the installment of water filters in Peurto Vallarta for families in need. Brad raised  $3050.00 and was able to distribute 27 filters. 83 people benefited from this filters. We are so grateful to Brad, his spouse Angel and to our community and all that contributed to this amazing gift to these families.
Congratulations to Lori Hanus our Youth Services Director and Brad Reminek our International Director on Rotarian of the month. Both Lori and Brad are very committed to Rotary in so many ways and we are so lucky to have them as members of the Mission Midday Club. In December Lori took the lead and organized our annual Christmas Carol Festival while Brad decided to use his birthday as a fundraiser to raise funds to supply water filters to the families less fortunate in Puerto Vallarta. Thank you to both of you for all you do for our club and for Rotary around the globe. Enjoy your pies :)
Come and see us on Saturday May 2nd from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Prospera Credit Union Parking Lot for our annual shred it event. If you have documents that need to be confidentialy and  securley shredded, we can help. There is no limit and it is all by donation. The shredding happens right on site while you are there. All funds raised go back in to the community to support our local programs and projects.
Congratulations to our very own Gloria Tyler who just received her 3rd Paul Harris. We are so lucky to have Gloria as part of our club, our team and our community. Through all her hard work and finiacial contributions she has touched people locally and all over the world. Thank you so very much Gloria for all you do for Rotary and congratulations on recieving your upgraded pin.
At the Rotary Carol Festival we are honored to help facilitate a platform where our little one’s have an opportunity to give through the gift of song to their community in which they love.

Our Rotary Club was so happy to decorate and donate a tree to the Festival of Trees. A great way to help support those less fortunate in our community during the holiday season.
What a great evening to celebrate 3 community leaders and present them with the most prestigious award you can recieve in Rotary "The Paul Harris Fellow" and a time that the community can come together and raise money for all the amazing programs we support in our community and around the world. Thank you so much for all your love and support. Congratulations again to Taylor, Tait and Ruley Company, Vik Gill from the Fitness Lab and Darcy D'Amour from Hurd Pharmacy all receiveing the Paul Harris Fellow Award.
What a beautiful oppurtunity to help volunteer at Diwali. Amazing volunteers, great food and spectatcular talent. Thank you to all the Rotarians that volunteered and helped make this evenning a special event in our community.




What an inspiring speech given today by District Governor Brad Whittaker. He reminds us to be proud to be a Rotarian and reminds us of all the good works we do for Rotary, our club, our community and communities around the world. Thank you for the visit Brad and all that you do for our district, our club and the world of Rotary. We defintley made his visit worth while and had our new member John Dunlop's Induction as well as an oppurtunity to give thanks and reward our members Lori Hanus and Sean Melia for all their service above self to our club and to our community. Congratulations to both of you!! Well deserved!!
Jim Hinds
Dec 08, 2020
Annual General Meeting