We meet every Thursday at 7:15am at the Beach Grove Golf Club (5946 12 Avenue, Tsawwassen).
 
For more information or to enquire about Membership, email us at info@rotarytsawwassen.org.
 
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Speakers
T. Wolsey and Dr. Taunton
Oct 18, 2018
Artificial Limb Program
World Polio Day
Oct 25, 2018
Polio
V. Huntington
Nov 01, 2018
To be determined
Paul Arcand
Nov 08, 2018
Remembrance Day Talk
Dr. Belcarras
Nov 15, 2018
Discussing his book on Peacekeeping
 
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The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen in conjunction with all Rotary Clubs around the world asks you to Be the Inspiration to End Polio Now.
 
We are very close to this momentous goal and on 24th October, Rotary will again mark World Polio Day. We ask all of you to join us on that day in raising global awareness of the urgent need to End Polio Now.
 
The UN International Day of Peace was again celebrated in Rotary Square in the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall.

In addition to some of the traditional leaders from our community who spoke to us with their messages of peace, this year we were fortunate to have Fazineh Keita, a co-founder of the Innocence Lost Foundation and a former child soldier in Sierra Leone. We were also joined by a significant group from our Interact Club and they and Fazineh provided valuable contributions to the event. Fazineh illustrated how lucky we are to live in a peaceful country and society and the students presented a graphical representation of the Eight Pillars Of Peace.
 
We also introduced an award this year – the Annual Rotary Peace Builder Award – to recognise a significant contribution to peace in our community and it was presented to the Chief of Police, Neil Dubord.
 
On September 16th 2018, the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen was pleased to help to organize another successful edition of the annual Terry Fox Run to raise funds for cancer research.

The weather was worse than we had seen for many years but as one intrepid participant stated, "if Terry could run in all sorts of weather with his physical limitations, this is the least I can do to carry on his good work."

Thank you to all who turned up to run, walk or cycle to keep the dream alive of eradicating cancer.
 
Join us for a drive-in movie night at Beach Grove Elementary on Sunday, August 5th at DUSK 🌒. It's FREE so bring the whole family!
Show your kids one of your old favourites movies, which is a timely classic.

Please register your vehicle by going to: https://www.picatic.com/event15324535069698

Brought to you by SunFest and the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen. 🌞🎬🚗
 
Check out the facebook Event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/221428355168818/
 
 
 
 
Rotary Club of Tsawwassen presents....
Easter Egg Hunt and Festival in Diefenbaker Park
Fun for the whole family, Face Painting and balloons, Petting Zoo
Bouncy Castle, Pancake breakfast and more, Huge Easter Egg hunt
Come join us 9am to noon Diefenbaker Park!
On December 3rd, 2017 The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen lit up Tsawwassen's Diefenbaker Park with over 1000 lights. Leading up to the lights, there was Horse Rides, face painting, Ginger Bread decorating, a Popcorn and Hot Chocolate/Coffee station, and even a visit from Santa. South Delta's youth were able to chat with him, and let them know what they wanted for Christmas. A huge thank you to all of our sponsors for making this day a success.
 
Click this link to watch our slideshow of the event. 
January was Vocational Service month for Rotary but, what is Vocational Service? This excerpt taken from the monthly letter from club member and Rotary District 5040 Governor, John I. Anderson explains this part of Rotary.
 
Vocational Service is one of Rotary’s Five Avenues of Service.Vocational Service calls on all Rotarians to aspire to high ethical standards in their occupation and to contribute their vocational talents to the problems and needs of society. To new members we emphasize this with words like: ‘your fellow members believe you to be a worthy representative of your calling and also to possess qualities that will permit you to exemplify the true sprit of Rotary in your public, business and private life.’
 
We are urged to highlight vocation in club activities through mentorship and business networking and to emphasize the connections between the Four Way Test and the Rotary Code of Conduct. Promoting integrity through ethical behavior is an essential part of what it means to be a Rotarian.