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Shopping Spree Tickets are now available again - funds from these tickets support our School Lunch Program, now in its third year.  Read More to see where and when you can get them.
 
Our member Darcy Johnston received a Friendship and Fellowship Award at the recent District 5060 Conference in Kelowna. 
 
Rob Marshall presents a cheque to Kathy du Toit of Mount Ida Mews Complex Care Facility. The donation is to assist with the purchase of iPods, headsets and iTune cards for their residents.

Feli just celebrated her birthday.  She's seen here with Cassie, our Outbound Exchange Student for next year ...
Club members started the process for hanging baskets recently.  The baskets will be up around town by the end of May.
 
Our Youth Exchange student, Feli, welcomed her Mom for a visit from Germany.
Rob Marshall presents 1st Salmon Arm Scouts with a cheque for $500 to assist with their fundraising efforts to send a group of Scouts to the Canadian Jamboree in Halifax Nova Scotia this September.
 
 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Salmon Arm

We're a group of people who love to support our community, and also like to have fun.  We meet Mondays at 12:00 Noon at the Podollan Inn (See Map).

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Last October, club members planted 400 special tulip bulbs for Canada's 150th birthday.  Now here they are in full bloom.
 
 
 
 
Christina Lutterman is now a member of our Club.   Christina was born and grew up in Sweden. She got a job with  Scandinavian Airlines Charter division and was placed in a number of different countries around the world to represent  the Swedish tourists on site.  
 
 
Hallo!  Last week was the first week of the easter holidays, which I spent on a rotary “Youth week” trip in Bavaria (southern Germany). We were thirty exchange students from various districts, and together we had an incredible week. The first two days we got to explore the beautiful cities of Wurzburg and Nuremberg, which were both heavily bombed during the war but rebuilt to look the same. In Wurzburg we also visited the Marienburg Fortress as well as the Wurzburg Residence palace. After visiting Nuremberg, we got a tour of the Doku-Zentrum - the giant area Hitler started to construct for his new government and army. It was never fully finished, but you could see the plans and what kind of scale Hitler was aiming for.
 
 
Karen Brown, of the Arts Council for the South Shuswap, recently came to tell us about the great programs they have for youth in their area.  This offers general programming to children and adults in dance, art, music and some theatre.  As well, regular outdoor summer concerts are available for the public, and the long-running Shuswap Festival of the Arts, running in July.  For more information, you can see their website.
 
Everyone seemed to enjoy our first annual Casino Night Royale.  People were able to have a lot of fun "gambling" (just for chips, no money) at the tables.
 
 
Speakers
Jennifer Dies
May 29, 2017
Relay for Life
Joy DeVos
Jun 05, 2017
All About 4-H
Ken Hecker
Jun 12, 2017
Salmon Arm Tennis Club
Patrick Webb
Jun 19, 2017
Biography
 
Meeting Responsibilities
May 15
Door
McTavish, Maureen
 
Tickets
Champion, Donald
 
Sheriff
Marshall, Rob
 
Inspirational Moment
Cooper, Nancy
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
Club Calendar
 
 
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