After two years of us missing the popular Shuswap Wine Fest with Spirit, we will be hosting our 18th Annual Event again this Fall, on October 22.  The event will be held at the Centenoka Park Mall and will have the same format as we've always had, with popular wineries, distilleries and, hopefully, our new local cideries offering samples of their product.  This will be accompanied by appies provided as samples from local food manufacturers.
Tickets will be available on-line for sale very soon, so keep an eye on this website and our Facebook and Instagram posts.  We look forward to seeing you there!
On June 27, Chaten Randhawa was inducted into the club as our newest member.  Sponsored by Isabel Reinertson, Chaten is new to the community. He comes to us from Kelowna where he was a member of the West Kelowna Daybreak Rotary Club. 


For RESIDENCES, fly the flag all summer through until the November 11 holiday.  Or ... take it down and put it up whenever you like, maybe around our national holidays.  We will pick up your flag after November 11.  If any damage or loss occurs, we encourage you to contact us at so that we can replace or repair as necessary.

For COMMERCIAL locations, your flags will be installed and removed so they are flying around three Canadian holidays - July 1, September 5, and November 11.

The fee is $100 per flag flown. Click on Read More to see where the funds raised have gone.

Sponsor Coleman Graf  pins a new Rotary pin on the club's newest member, Keith Beckett on Monday 9 May. Keith, a past Rotarian of SA Daybreak & Golden, became interested in rejoining when he visited Project Amigo in Mexico and learned of our club's interest in and support of that program. 
New Rotarian Dallas Belt receives his membership badge from Acting President Bruce Killick, while sponsor and Rotarian Jourdyne Mason looks on during the installation held Monday, March 7. 
Karla Ferster, 2nd from left, was inducted into club  membership on Monday 28 February by PDG Jeff den Biesen (far right). Sponsored by Rotarian Kari Wilkinson, Karla has spoken twice to our club about her business the Frog Friendly Coffee Company. President Garry Hoffart (far left) welcomed the new member.  
District Governor Karl Reuther and his wife Denise visited our club on Monday  11 July.   DG Reuther's message to the club for the 2022-23 year was very positive. He assured us that District 5060 is healthy, that there is an increasing emphasis on youth, and suggested several concepts for forming new clubs. He also encourage the club to take part in his DG Project of planting a pollinator garden. 
Past President Norm Brown presents President Garry Hoffart with a commemorative plaque thanking him for his leadership in 2021-22.  Garry gave a comprehensive summary of  the club's 2021-2022 year, and praised the members for their contributions in making it so successful. 
On June 21, 2022, we welcomed new member Aamanda Griffith who was jointly sponsored by existing members Judy Linkletter and Maureen McTavish.  All of us stepped up to personally shake Aamanda's hand, and welcome her to our Club.
At a recent meeting, Salvation Army Lieutenant and Rotary member Joel Torrens talked about and showed us pictures of the Community Food Forest recently started at their Lighthouse location at the corner of 3rd Street and 5th Avenue SW.
The Food Forest is designed to highlight the need for and provide food security.  The gardens are being planted with fruits (including trees), vegetables, and herbs which will be available for anyone to come by and harvest so that they can have a nutritious meal.

Join us at a Meeting

Mondays at 12:00 Noon at the Hilltop Inn

1460 Trans Canada Hwy. NE, Salmon Arm   (See Map).

Cookie Langenfeld
Aug 15, 2022
Shuswap Hospice Society
Ken Benoit
Aug 22, 2022
Adams River Society: Salute to the Salmon
Elly Contreras
Aug 29, 2022
Project Amigo
No Meeting
Sep 05, 2022
Labour Day