Rotary Notes, May 25 Vimy Ridge
7:16 meeting called to order
Mary welcomed everyone to the meeting
Intro of guests
Why Rotary – Meditative moment - Jamie Middleton
The people, the expertise, the purpose and what we do, achievements including 16 million volunteer hours yearly, 1.2 global members, 112 years of service  what we can together is so much more than each of us can do alone. 
Judy did happy dollars -  Larry won queen of hearts but lost with the queen of diamonds and Linda H won 50/50 for $42
District conference next year is a cruise – book early – Rod T has information
Darrel is coming July 27 for Save on Foods cards presentation so let’s reach our $400000 goal of cards sold
Stan has 6 tickets left for the new members Rotary social May 30 – tickets are $20 includes wine and food pairings
Linda F second reading – induction next Thursday
Linda Gene Coyle special recognition for Sandy W  - well deserve – Service Above Self epimozed!!
Sandy W presenting on vinyl Ridge and his grandfather. It was a fascinating story of the battle, the tunnels, the men and the history of Vimy Ridge. 
Adjourned at 8:40
Sep 21, 2017
The Center for Epilepsy
Sep 28, 2017
Shanti Uganada Update
Oct 05, 2017
Fish and Fences Program
Oct 12, 2017
Child Development Foundation
Oct 19, 2017
Preventing Trash from Reaching our Oceans
Oct 26, 2017
Write to Read
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Need to do a meeting make-up?
The following are the local club times and locations.
Rotary Club of White Rock: Tuesday at 12:00 PM,
Ricky's Country Restaurant, 2160 King George Blvd, Surrey, BC

Rotary Club of South Surrey: Wednesday at 7:00 AM,
Pacific Inn & Convention Centre, 1160 King George Highway, Surrey, BC

Rotary Club of White Rock Peace Arch: Monday at 12:00 PM,
Hazelmere Golf & Country Club, Surrey, BC

Rotary Club of White Rock Peninsula: Tuesday 6:30 PM,
Pacific Inn & Convention Centre, 1160 King George Highway, Surrey, BC
How about a virtual on-line make-up? Go to:
You will find links to the following list of chartered Rotary e-clubs who are participating in the Rotary E-Club Pilot Project. Clicking on the name of the club will direct you to its site.