Club News


City Counselor Ernie Klassen was our speaker this week, speaking on the City's pride week celebrations. Our Club supports the events, including the gala, and our own Michele Partridge, also city counselor explained the events. Terry McGauley, long time Rotary veteran updated the club on the two Tanzania Projects, the neonatal training facility and the equipment trailer being delivered to Mosha. Michael Pearce received the Rookie of the year award for his outstanding work at the desk, with surveys and many other areas he participated with the club activities.

Happy Canada Day! 🍁 Our club had a tent on the promenade, where we sold books from our upcoming August Book Sale and raffle tickets for our Art Raffle, with the draw happening in October. More info coming soon.

A big thank you to Nash and his printing company for making our new Rotary tent! It looks fantastic! 🙌👏🏻 The morning shift did a great job promoting our book sale and Art Raffle at Canada Day on the promenade.



Last night, our club's installation dinner was a huge success! We began by expressing our heartfelt gratitude to our current board members and our wonderful club president, Irene Dahl. The evening was filled with excitement as we presented awards and enjoyed captivating entertainment by Norden the Magician, who mesmerized the children with his incredible tricks.
 


REC for Kids conducted a bicycle safety check for riders at the Surrey Rotary Club's Bike Day Ride at Holland Park. Fred Wickens, our club's Rotary Foundation Chair, engaged with a cycling enthusiast about the importance of bike safety.
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We are currently meeting for lunch at the Rotary Field House in the South Surrey Athletic Park on Tuesdays at 12:00pm, we are also broadcasting on Zoom. Please contact us for the Zoom link, or if you would like to attend the in person lunch meeting.
 
Speaker List at Upcoming Tuesday noon Meetings:

July 16
Alex Muir  
MAID

July 23
Garry Xie,
My Life Presentation

July 30
Club Social - Location TBD

August 6
no meeting

August 13
TBA

August 20
My Life
Muhammed Syed

August 27 
Book Sale

September 3
Vacant

September 10
Peter Jones/Environment

September 17
Azra Mann
My Life Presentation

September 24
Business meeting
Members Only

October 1
Don Jones/Darryl Walker Interview

October 8
Open

October 22
Diane Sawiki/Kent Street Seniors 

October 29
Club Social
- Location TBD
Upcoming Events
Book Sale News
 
Book Donations
accepted at the Rotary Fieldhouse in the South Surrey Athletic Park
 
Donations of books in good condition are welcome. We cannot accept magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias, manuals, or damaged books. Thank you for your understanding.
 
Books can be donated 24/7 at the Blue Bin on the North side of the Rotary Fieldhouse, located at 2197 148 St, Surrey, south of the Surrey Eagles Hockey Arena.  Large donations can be dropped off Monday or Thursday mornings 9-11.  We can help you unload directly into the book warehouse and not fill up the bin.  If you need help picking up a large donation of books, we can help.  Contact us at rotaryclub.booksale@gmail.com for assistance.
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