Featuring one of our Golf Tournament sponsors:
Thanks to our sponsors for their support.
Golfers book your calendar for Monday August 12th!
Posting from Belize with thanks to our Rotary Club!
 
As the (Belize) Southside Literacy Project, a global grant in partnership with the Rotary Club of Edmonton, Literacy without Borders and our club, draws to a close, we are very proud to present these final cheques to Salvation Army Primary School and Unity Presbyterian Primary School in Belize City to continue their efforts towards literacy. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to this all important cause and please know you always have our support.
 
Response from President Rod
We are grateful for the terrific partnership we have had with the Rotary Club of Belize and Literacy Without Borders. Great work was accomplished while establishing a long lasting friendship between our two clubs. Thank you from the Rotary Club of Edmonton
Rotarians Rod Karius, Melinda Noyes, Jason Bossert, Markus Muhs, four family members and friends, plus eight MacEwan Rotaracters embarked for Belize on February 16th for our club's 8th Belize playground building trip.  Check out belizeplayground.com
 
Our club honoured Marlene Orr – Chief Executive Officer, Native Counselling Services of Alberta.
Our club's recipient for the 2024 Integrity award
 
Marlene Orr is a member of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Treaty 6 territory. She worked within the justice and correctional systems for many years as a Court worker, Probation Officer, Parole Officer, Aboriginal Liaison Officer, and Aboriginal Program Officer.  Leaving the field of Human Services, Marlene had many  successful years in businesses that were non-traditional for  women. Returning to Native Counselling Services as Chief Operating Officer, Marlene utilizes her work experiences,  traditional lifestyle experience growing up and personal  commitment to Indigenous ceremony to further the healing of Indigenous people.
Community Service by our club member Anna in Warsaw
Anna Wieczorek is showing amazing community service helping those leaving and remaining in Ukraine with financial support by Rotary Club of Edmonton.  Anna connects to our club meetings through Zoom.
           
 
Donations are welcome.   If you would like to contribute to help our club support Ukrainian Refugees donate to the Community Service Trust Fund thru ATB Cares https://atb.benevity.org/community/cause/124-888824448RR0001    Tax receipt provided by ATB Cares.   Please include a comment like "Support for Ukraine" by clicking on Share my name and comments  before entering your donation details. Thanks for your support.
We believe that exemplifying and embracing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) should be a part of everything we do at Rotary.  
Rotary Club of Edmonton is committed to supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
 
Watch a 56 minute video about Rotary's People of Action: Champions of Inclusion:
We meet Mondays at Noon, Chateau Lacombe Hotel for our hybrid club meeting. 
Check out the Speakers List on this page for more details including registration.  $10 fee for those connecting online thru Zoom.
It is important to keep our members as safe as possible while enjoying the fellowship of in-person attendance at our meetings at the Chateau Lacombe on Mondays.  The meetings are hybrid and on line attendance will continue to be available.
 
Rotary Club of Edmonton
Chateau Lacombe Hotel
4th Floor, 10111 Bellamy Hill
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N7
(office only open Mondays at a limited time plus the phone has been discontinued)
 
The Rotary Club of Edmonton is part of Rotary International District 5370 (Central/Northern Alberta and parts of SK, BC, Yukon and NWT). Click below to find out more about the district, contact office@rotary5370.org
Rotary Vision
Golf Tournament registration now open!
Check out our changes in this tournament so that now you can Dream Big!
Downtown Community Cleanup April 20th
 
Speakers
Professor Mark Haykowsky, UofA Nursing Faculty
Jul 15, 2024 12:00 PM
Healthy Aging and Prevention of Heart Attacks
Cheryll Watson, President & CEO Junior Achievement
Jul 22, 2024 12:00 PM
Junior Achievement 60 Years of Creating Entrepreneurs
Rory Wheat, Vice-Pres Development, Varme Energy
Jul 29, 2024 12:00 PM
Power from the People, Changing the Future of Waste in Edmonton
NO MEETING
Aug 05, 2024 12:00 PM
Heritage Day
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Our club acknowledges we are on Amiskwacîwâskahikan Treaty 6 land. We are all Treaty People.  
We respectfully acknowledge the land upon which our club operates is located on Treaty 6 Territory and has served a purpose as a traditional meeting ground for many First Nations groups. This territory has provided a traveling route and home to the Nakoda Sioux, and later, Blackfoot and Cree peoples, followed by Saulteaux and Métis and other Indigenous peoples.
 
Edmonton is also in Metis Zone 4.