Rotary is busy building the new West Summerland Station at Victoria Road South and Simpson Road! This is an exciting opportunity to preserve our local history and provide another great space for the community.
Come and check out the progress in person or see pictures below:
Don’t Miss the Grand Opening of the new
KVR Summerland Station
Coming This Spring...

Michael McNeill Sr putting the final shingles on our Rotary West Summerland Station project. A closer look shows that even the Cupola Roof sports the same signature shingles as the other buildings.. Thanks, Michael!
The KVR Station is almost finished! 
Finishing touches on the site – landscaping and boulders and more boulders!
Project Manager Mike Kosmack stated that “ the only remaining work to be completed is the KVR historic information sign along with the placing of the parking barriers and spreading the final layer of gravel"
First KVR Train passing by West Summerland Station – a local project newly completed by a team of hard working Rotarians with a lot of help from our friends!
The Cupola is installed at West Summerland Station!
Installing Ceiling at West Summerland Station
Submitted by Rotarian Don Gemmell on 20 APR 2020:
Did you know that 4 Rotary Michael's have been part of our work group?

Thanks Michael MacNeil Sr and your Interior Roofing Guys for a great roofing job!

Have a look at the photo attached. Soon we will add the new Cupola, Fascia board and on the ends the Board and Batten Siding. These will add some Railroad Red Color Accents. At that point and from this perspective the actual Building will look finished.

But wait! There's more! There are lots more things we have on hand now to add. Like: Picnic Tables, Bike Rack, Trackside Platform, plus final Landscaping.

To permanently recognize our Club's role in bringing this project about. Summerland High School Staff have manufactured a very special Rotary Wheel which will be Inlaid into the floor,

And the picture of the Original sign of West Summerland Station should state that it was donated by George Giannotti whose father worked on the KVR.