We also welcomed several guests from our community and friends. Our club’s longest serving member, Robin, returned home from Vancouver looking amazing well. Dinner was excellent, the talent shown by the actresses exemplary and the opportunity to share the evening wearing our “Rotary hats” special. We moved on to the Rotary Gazebo in Centennial Park. Marianna Hammerstrom tells about Rotaract in Nanaimo – June 4. We’ll finish with the making of our 6th Kitimat Human Peace Sign. The Council is now in session through to Friday, April 30rd. Posted on May 06,
He appreciated the opportunity to be with students from other countries, Rotary Exchange Students, and said the difference in ages between the two camps did make a difference. With two people from our club having attended this workshop, our club is now eligible to move forward toward participation in this pilot. Denise has been working with government to bring about a graduated license program. A few brave Kitimat Rotarians put on their boots, rolled up their sleeves and joined in the fun on a particularly stormy day to recognized Rivers. Council of Legislation Unofficial Voting Results. The stage was large and beautifully decorated, we had hot chocolate for anyone who was interested, the music was perfect as always and the crowd of people all had smiles on their faces. Moreover, she spoiled us all with dinner, chicken, salads, veggies and more! The current kitchen is showing its age and falling short of code requirements for its use.
The daily voting results are being posted on the Rotary International website. Our club sponsored three honor roll Grade 8 students for the 4 day camp, July 5th to 8th.
New officers begin their year. After Joanne’s presentation we were inspired to group together this shot, our We are This Close to ending polio now.
Potluck at the Chamber. Our club was privileged to have them visit us.
Remembering back Posted by Eleanor Kendell on Nov 11, More than just soldiers to remember… Art Erasmusformer District District Governor, shared a thought provoking and touching story at our meeting just before Remembrance Day.
A second excavator, teleyhon than the first one, was used to move the rocks up over the lawn. DG Don Evans joined us at our April 3rd meeting. I t was FUN cheering telfthon on as they either strummed the guitar are rattled away on the drums.
Our picnic in the park, July 27th. October 22 – What a glorious day to have teleyhon DG and his wife visiting us in Kitimat! Dinner was excellent, the talent shown by the actresses exemplary and the opportunity to share the evening wearing our “Rotary hats” special.
What an enjoyable time! Lucy Borges, an inspiring woman. Anthony’s school with two ice cream cakes for the youths who were involved. The drawings were hung in the City Centre Mall. Our Rotary club was the local sponsor, providing the fellows with refreshments during the intermission. From our club, Eleanor headed over on Thursday late afternoon to share Promoting Peace.
This kitchen is seasoned with love. Their presentation at our April 20th meeting was informative, both for ourselves and our guests from Kitimat’s Phillipine community. In true Rotary fashion the negative was turned into a positive. Art Erasmus kitumat, former District District Governor, shared a thought provoking and touching story at our meeting just before Remembrance Day. April 1st’s District Assembly in Terrace.
Friends from the Royal Canadian Legion greeted us as we arrived. Dean Rohrs took the time to visit with us in Kitimat for a couple of days after our District Conference in Prince Rupert. Posted on Apr 06, She also conducted the youth choir and brought the band for Peace Day. More than just soldiers to remember…. Everyone pitched in to make the evening special but the big credit goes to her for such a nice evening.
Four Way Test Print. Fireside with Art and Leslie Erasmus. Of course, Lucca stole the show again. The lasagna was “the best”, great salads and desserts, not surprising made by Rotarians.
Students are challenge to answer a question – How is riding a motorcycle different than riding a car. Wondering about the shamrocks and green Beanie Babies? Darcy says she has been inspired making these visits. Robin received a heart transplant in December.
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It was a wonderful start to a new year installing club president Lynda Rocha and her team of executives over a beautiful dinner at The Chalet surrounded by Rotarians, friends and family. Harold Danilkewich — speaker at our October 19 th meeting Harold now travels with passports from two different countries, Canada ; his birthplace was in Saskatchewanand Australiathe country he has chosen to adopt as his own.
It was a polished performance. May 27 th was an exciting day for the students at Nechako Elementary School. The atmosphere was upbeat and the room colorful. Arts Festival Week – June 4 – 13, Potluck at the Chamber Nothing telethno better than a Rotary potluck dinner. When it comes to the perfect place for a relaxing, friendly atmosphere, there’s nothing like a back yard BBQ. The telethn is to provide food supplies for voluteer parents to prepare 32, healthy means for chidren for a full school year.