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 Hilltop Inn (See Map).

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The Chase Rotary Club is serving goodies at the Adams River Salmon Run. Helping out are Rotarians from clubs in the area.  President Patrick Webb and wife Colleen Fennell, seen here with Jacquie Everett and Sue Eaton from the Chase club, took a shift as did other Salmon Arm Rotarians. 
On their recent vacation to Italy and Greece, Warne and Gloria met up with former exchange student Victoria Dubois (Inbound-Belgium). Victoria is going to school in Rome and was able to meet Lynds at their hotel and give them a personal tour.  Warne says "she hasn’t changed a bit." 
Our guest speaker today was Louise McCook, who spoke about the work being done to improve conditions at an orphanage in Mazatlan.  Louise, along with other Snowbirds, volunteers at the orphanage during the winter months.
The meeting of Sept 24th was extremely busy.  Edith Rizzi, a longtime former member,  was re-inducted into the club after a short hiatus. She was welcomed back with much fanfare.  ADG Norm Brown did the honours and Isabel gave a brief history of Edith's past involvement with the club. 
Staff Sergeant Scott West, representing the RCMP organization Cops for Kids, poses with Kim Scranton and two of her daughters.  Seven year old Jane Scranton was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia at age five and underwent extensive treatment for eight months. The Cops for Kids program helped the Scranton family through a difficult time by providing their accommodation in Vancouver during Jane's treatment.  Our Rotary Club's annual Cops for Kids breakfast was held Friday 21 September with eleven Rotarians in attendance. 
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The Salmon Arm and Shuswap Lake Agricultural Association president Phil Wright receives a cheque from Warne Lynd  of the Rotary Club of Salmon Arm as their half of the proceeds from the RCMP Musical Ride. The four Fall Fair guests expressed their appreciation for the contribution of the Rotary Club and their efforts to make the ride the huge success it was. 
Louise McCook, wife of former Rotarian Eric McCook, receives a Paul Harris +8 pin from Past President Ross Harris. Louise has kept up ERic's legacy by continuing to contribute to the Foundation.  
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Jessica Wan
Oct 22, 2018
Club Financial Report
Rick Roberts
Oct 29, 2018
Shuswap Housing Society
Sterling land
Nov 19, 2018
Coleman Graf
Nov 29, 2018
Project Peanut Butter
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