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Sylvan Lake Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Sand Castle Steakhouse
101, 5227 Lakeshore Drive
Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1Y8
Canada
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions our in-person meetings at Sand Castle Restaurant have been suspended until further notice. Please join us via ZOOM.
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Logan, mascot and Rotary President Jim MacSween walking a mile in her shoes.
HJ Cody Interact Members join in the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Graduating Interact member Sadie with her sister Nevada who will be a new Interact member this year.
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Kristina Poulsen presents a check to Al Cameron from Veterans Voices of Canada.
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