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The Pas

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Wescana Inn
439 Fisher Avenue
Old Bar room
The Pas, MB  R9A 1K8
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What did we do last year? Here are the highlights
If you are considering joining our club and have questions. Here is a brief outline
The Rotary club is proud to assist our community and its members. We do have certain criteria that we try to follow.
"To be FAIR to all concerned"
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Rotary Club of The Pas
Box 833
The Pas, MB R9A 1M3

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