Since 1983, the Rotary Club of Airdrie has donated over $650,000 to community and international projects.

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Vice President
President Elect
Past President
Club Service Director
International Service Director
Foundation Chair
Guest Speaker Co-ordinator
Social Media
Golf Tournament Chair
Lobster Boil Chair
Funny Money Casino
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Airdrie was mentioned to have the fourth highest rate of reported domestic violence in Alberta. It is not something to be ashamed about, because shame drives to a culture of cover-up. The statistic is a reflection of the authorities and society facing the issue head-on and dealing with it.
All reported domestic disputes are followed-up, irrespective, although less than a fifth is found to involve a criminal offence. And that is the 'good' news, because it helps with prevention and continued care. 
We were honored with District Governor Rick Istead addressing the Rotary Club of Airdrie today.

DG Rick was accompanied by DGN Christine and he was introduced by AG Alan. The main message in Rick's address was that as an organization we've done wonderful things in this world since 1905, but our essence is being eroded by dwindling numbers globally and he called on us as Rotarians to support and strengthen our club, focus on and increase service, and enhance Rotary's public image. He asked everyone to consider the Rotary Foundation for personal donations, since it has been proven to be well managed and effective.
Welcome to the 2017-18 Rocky View School Year! 
The Rotary Club of Airdrie presents a $2000 cheque to Jeff Smith, Principal of Muriel Clayton Middle School in Airdrie. The Rotary Club is pleased to support both A.E. Bowers & Muriel Clayton Schools breakfasts programs and volunteers every Tuesday morning to serve breakfast to the kids to start their day off right!
Pictured left to right: Cindy Mayer, Rotary Club of Airdrie; Jeff Smith; Bev Chinnery, Past President Rotary Club of Airdrie; and Nikki Demyen, Community Relations Manager, Rocky View School Division
This year's Rotary Community Award at St Martins de Porres High School was presented to Britney Glowinski by Pieter Taljaard at the school's award ceremony on June 20th.
The Rotary scholarship is awarded yearly to a Grade 12 student who throughout the academic year displayed good citizen qualities, maintain high academic standards, provide leadership and practice speaking skills, applying theses qualities not only in school work, but also to volunteer experience in the church, the community and throughout the whole school.
The adjudication is made based on written student bio of experience, skills and future goals, which is also verbally presented to the adjudicators. The winner is presented with a check of $250 and the winner's name is engraved and put on the Community Rotary Plaque Plate. A certificate is given by the school to the student to keep in honor.
Another fabulously successful sold out Lobster Boil Dinner & Dance put on by the Rotary Club of Airdrie! Raised over $20,000 for the Airdrie community & had a great time! Special thanks to ALL Rotary volunteers & the Airdrie Sky-High Twirlers team who always pitch in like heroes!
Congratulations to Rick Grass on his Monty Audenart Special Recognition Award.. and welcome to our 2017-2018 President, Cory Tretiak. Thanks again to everyone for another successful Rotary year!
We did it! Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Airdrie for achievement in Rotary Foundation & Polio Plus contributions. As Club President this year, so proud to receive the Governor's Award at the District Conference, recognizing our hard work & accomplishments in the 2016-2017 Rotary year. Together, we make a difference!
Rotarians from the Rotary Clubs of Airdrie, Cochrane and Brooks invested $33,000 CAD to build 10 metal fabricated homes for some of the poorest families in El Salvador. The team was led by Shelter Canada, who has built 2300 homes in the country over the last 15+ years. It was a hard working group effort by Rotarians, Shelter teams and locals all working side by side in 38 degree heat - and one of the most heartwarming experiences of a lifetime. Highly recommended to all who ever wonder if giving a hand up to those in need makes a difference - it does!
Pictured from left to right: Harry Voth (Shelter Canada), Donna Smith (Rotary Airdrie), Eric Rubia (Blanca's son), Mario Rubia (Blanca's son), Bev Chinnery (Rotary Airdrie), Blanca Rubia (54 years old), Randy Smith (Rotary Airdrie, standing), Len Brossart (Rotary Airdrie), Leona Ferguson (Rotary Brooks), Shirley Voth (Shelter Canada)
The Rotary Club of Airdrie donated and decorated a Xmas tree to the Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie. This tree will be raffled on Sunday 20th November at the B&GC at #200 East Lake Crescent at the Ron Ebbesen Arena across the street from Genesis Place. The raffle ticket price is $5/ticket, with all proceeds going to the B&GC.
Bev, Donna, Rose, Len, Randy and Pieter put the Rotary master piece together!
The Rotary Club of Airdrie is asking for your help in nominating a resident (adult or youth) who exemplifies the Rotary motto “Service above Self”.
There are many local citizens who assist, volunteer their time, and contribute to the community who don’t seek recognition but are simply “Unsung Heroes” and we’d like to say thanks!
To download a nomination form, please click here and e-mail to Randy Smith at . Nomination deadline is December 8, 2016.
The Award will be presented at Rotary’s Casino for A Cause Fundraiser on Saturday evening, February 4, 2017 at the Town & Country Centre.
And please come and join us at the casino, everyone is welcome! Tickets are $45 each, available at Watches ‘N More Promotional Products Inc., Bay 2, 99 East Lake Cres NE Airdrie, or call Bev @ 403-948-0103.
The Airdrie Rotary Dinner Club had a great start with Joan, Pam, Pieter & Rosemary, and Rod & Joanne, enjoying great fellowship at Pieter & Rosemary's place... and Cathleen (Cat), Perry & Sandra, Don & Lennora, and Bev sharing a great time at Perry & Sandra's place.
Thanks so much to our hosts, and a special thanks to Don for organizing the Dinner Club.. what a great idea!
Cheers to all,
A job well done by Airdrie Rotarians on a beautiful day for highway cleanup!
Thanks to each of you -
Cindy, Theresa, Len, Milt, Reg, Scott, Rick, Dean & Kerry (taking the photo)
The Rotary Club of Airdrie was pleased to welcome 14 not-for-profit groups to Rotary lunch today to participate in our annual Dragon's Den event.
Each group had 2 minutes to 'pitch' to the Rotarians on their worthy cause and the amount & use of funds requested, as well as how they would acknowledge Rotary as a sponsor or contributor where possible.
We're pleased to announce the following results - and congratulations to all! 
You each make a valuable difference in our community. 
Destiny Martial Arts $470; Airdrie Sky High Twirlers $675; Soap for Hope - Disaster Aid Canada $830; Swat Bots Robotics $900; Second Airdrie Scouts $930; Airdrie Seniors Week $950; Volunteer Airdrie Leadership Program $980; Airdrie Meals on Wheels $1,000; Airdrie Project Linus - Blankets/Hugs for Children in Need $1,100; Airdrie P.O.W.E.R. for Women of Domestic Violence $1,100; Stephen's Backpacks Shoes for Kids $1,130; Kids Up Front Meal Program $1,260; Airdrie Angel Program for Families in Need $1,325; Airdrie Bethany Care $1,350 - Total Funds $14,000
Thanks again to Dale Rathgeber for all his efforts in organizing the Dragon's Den and to all of our Rotarians for their ongoing support of the Airdrie Community. You Make A Difference!

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