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Rotary: Making a Difference
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Phoenix Lounge
33780 King Road
Abbotsford, BC  V2S 7P2
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New Rotary Youth Protection Policy/Officer

Rotary strives to create and maintain a safe environment for youth who participate in Rotary activities. To that end, each club has been asked to identify a Youth Protection Officer. For our club, that person will be Pat Tonn.


Rotary D5050 Youth Protection Policy applies to District activities that involves minors. This includes the Youth Exchange Program, Youth Engaged in Service, Interact, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, and Youth Adventures in Leadership Programs. The policy is to safeguard young people on Rotary programs and protect them from physical, sexual and emotional abuse and educate hosts about youth protection. The measures to minimize risk will include volunteer screening such as completing a police record check, personal interview, reference check and home visits for long term hosts or youth trainers. Persons having contact but not responsible for the youth, for example incidental transportation, invite for dinner or in a group setting are not required to be screened.


It is understood that no activity can be totally free of risk and the objective of the policy is to minimize risk for all parties. For more detailed information, please contact Pat Tonn at


If you wish to review the policy. it is available on our website under the member section in view club documents.

Sunshine Report


Happy Birthday!

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Happy Anniversary!

Leslie & Patrick McConnell - July 29
Gail & Casey Smit - July 31
Joanna & Paul Tsang - July 31
Rotary Global Rewards
Rotary Global Rewards

Since the launch of Rotary Global Rewards on 1 July 2015, over 100,000 members have visited the site! We would like to thank you for supporting the program by spreading awareness of it among your district and clubs.  

If you have not visited Rotary Global Rewards recently, we now have over 1,500 offers worldwide. We recommend using the member benefits program both locally and when you travel. 

If you’d like to give discounts to other Rotarians, add your own company’s special offers to the growing portfolio of Rotary Global Rewards. To date, over 350 offers have been posted by Rotarians.

We have also added two new and exciting global travel offers, a hotel discount center and an airline discount center, which provide great discounts and give up to 10 percent of your purchase back to Rotary.

See for details. Spend less, give more.

Best regards,

Rotary Global Rewards program team

Join Us on Facebook and Twitter!
Rotary International continues to work on branding and communication of our organization throughout the world. They are pushing for greater exposure within the press, radio, television and social media.

To this end, we would like to encourage all members to participate, with contribution, on our social media sites. 


The link for Facebook is: 


The link for twitter is:  


We look forward to those members of Rotary that currently publish a social media page to link to one or both of the sites listed above. Thank you.