Meeting Parking

Free parking is available on Stampede Park during Rotary meetings.  Please let the parking attendant (at the park gates) know that you're attending Rotary and they'll allow you enter Stampede Park without payment.

 
Club Information

Welcome; We are Glad You're Here

Calgary South

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Rotary House at Stampede Park
1701 Big Four Trail SE
Calgary, AB  T2G 2W1
Canada

Phone:
(403) 244-9788
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Past President
Secretary
Community Service: Ways & Means
Community Service
Administration
Club Service: Ways & Means
Club Service: Operations
Club Service: Membership and Social
International & Vocational Service
Youth Service
District 5360 Representative
Partners President
Rotary Foundation Chair
 
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Upcoming Meetings and Events
KEN KEELOR
Oct 19, 2017
CALGARY CO-OP
CALGARY CO-OP

Chief Executive Officer: Ken Keelor

Ken joined Calgary Co-op in 2014. His background in the retail food sector spans 24 years across merchandising and marketing through to private label procurement and global sourcing. Ken provides overall leadership to the organization by developing and ensuring the implementation of strategic direction and business plans for attaining corporate, financial and operational objectives.

RICK ISTEAD
Oct 26, 2017
DISTRICT GOVERNOR'S VISIT
GEM MUNRO
Nov 02, 2017
AMAROK SOCIETY
FEED THE HUNGRY
Nov 12, 2017
125 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Calgary South
The Rotary Club of Calgary South is an organization of 150 business and community leaders who work hard to ensure Calgary remains one of the greatest and most vibrant cities in the world.  We donate our time, money and expertise to deserving groups and individuals in Calgary and around the world.
 
 
 
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