Welcome to Rotary Club of Summerland!
Summerland

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Summerland Lutheran Church
15244 Victoria Rd. N
Summerland, BC V0H 1Z3
Canada
1) Regular Meeting - 2nd Tuesday of month at 7:30am
2) Regular Meeting - 3rd Tuesday of month at 7:30am
Home Page Stories
 
Summerland Rotary is happy to announce the latest Our Home Town 50-50 Draw to raise funds for improvements and upgrades to the scoreboard and other permanent equipment and fixtures for
Summerland Secondary School's new gymnasium!
 
Ticket sales are open now and close May 22nd.
 
The jackpots for the last two Our Home Town 50/50 Draws were $31,390 and $26,770 so the draw winners received $15,695 and $13,385 with the net proceeds from both draws going to the new Summerland Pier!
 
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
 
Pier Into Our Future 
Help Make Our New Pier the Pride of Summerland!
 
The District of Summerland has confirmed funding to build a new “basic” pier and has partnered with the Summerland Rotary Club to help engage the community to raise funds for additional enhancements to the basic design.
 
The Summerland pier has been an integral part of Summerland throughout our history.
 
 
Together we can enhance the basic design and make the new pier the pride of Summerland - a legacy for Summerlanders to enjoy for generations to come.
 
Click link to see full details of Summerland Pier Enhancements
 
Click to DONATE and receive a full tax receipt
 
 
 
 
The latest winner of Summerland Rotary Club's 50/50 raffle was Christina Trist. Congratulations to Christina who has won $13,385.
After expenses, the Summerland Rotary Club will be making another significant contribution to the Summerland Pier project.
The Summerland Rotary Club is once again lighting up the waterfront with over 5,000’ of Christmas lights that can be seen along the walkway from the Shaughnessy’s Cove Restaurant to Peach Orchard Beach Park. A big thank you to all of the volunteers for your commitment to making our shoreline a festive glow of lights. We also thank The District of Summerland, Shaughnessy's Cove Restaurant, the Summerland Lakeside Resort, and the Summerland Trout Hatchery for their help in making the "Light up the Lake" a success.
 
To support this project, please e-transfer to donations@summerlandrotary.ca. Include the words “Light Up” in the reference. All proceeds go to Rotary projects in the Summerland community.
 
 
The Gazebo
 
Arial View of Last Year
 
5,000 feet of lights on the fence from end-to-end
July 2024
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Club Executives & Directors
President
Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Club Service - Meetings
International Service
New Generations Service
Membership
The Rotary Foundation
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Charlene Schultz
    July 23
  • Wolfgang Muhs
    July 30
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Linda Carnegie
    July 11
  • D'Ann Rochon
    July 25
  • Mike Kosmack
    July 31
Anniversaries:
  • Sue Eden
    Allan Eden
    July 6
  • John Bubb
    Carol
    July 14
Join Date:
  • Garry Hollingshead -PDG
    July 1, 1988
    36 years
  • Wolfgang Muhs
    July 1, 2009
    15 years
  • Preston Mott
    July 18, 1989
    35 years
 
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Home Page News
The Rotary Club of Summerland today announced that we have made a significant donation to SHELTERBOX CANADA and its relief efforts in response to the urgent needs in Turkey and Syria following the disastrous earthquake.
 
ShelterBox was originally founded by a Rotary club in the UK, and over many years has made a tangible difference to the lives of people around the world.  What began as a local initiative is now a  movement that provides emergency shelter to millions around the world.
 
Rotary International and SHELTERBOX CANADA have partnered for many years in disaster relief around the globe and local Rotary club members endorse ShelterBox as a trusted and reputable group to support, and donations can be made at shelterboxcanada.org, or through the local Rotary club.
 
ShelterBox states “We can’t replace what was lost, but we can help families rebuild their homes, and their lives.”  ShelterBox is known for its unique approach in tailoring aid that meets the needs of a community, but mostly for the ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits.  These sturdy green “boxes” contain family-sized tents specifically designed to withstand the elements and provide people with temporary shelter until they are able to start the process of rebuilding a home.  The “Kits” and “Boxes” contain items that help transform shelter into a home – like cooking sets, solar lights and activity sets for children.
 
ShelterBox is able to respond quickly and efficiently to disasters by transporting items from their positioned hubs around the world, and are mobilizing resources as available in coordination with other organizations to have maximum affect and influence in the current relief efforts in Turkey and Syria.
 
Many individual and group donors choose to support ShelterBox to the value of a “Box”, about $1,200, but all donations of $20 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.  ShelterBox is a registered Canadian charity.
 
The Rotary Club of Summerland is proud of its many local accomplishments, but also its commitment to the global goals of Rotary International which include working together to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, and in support of relief efforts during disasters such as the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.
 
If you need more information, contact a local member of the Rotary Club of Summerland, or go our website summerlandrotary.ca.
 

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At the end of elementary school, she was on the all-too-common edge of dropping out, as the cost of going to school increased. She’d already come three years further than her mother, Leoncia, who only finished third grade. But thanks to the Thousand Girls Initiative, Rosa was selected to enter our Rise Youth Development Program.

Her journey has been so inspiring that she was even recently featured by a superhero! (OK... a superhero actor.)

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