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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Mar 21, 2019 8:00 AM
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Neighbourhood Small Grants is a unique program that helps build community and strengthen connections right where people live - in their neighbourhoods. The program supports ordinary residents who have small but powerful ideas to bring people together and make their community vibrant. Through the support of a small grant (from $50-$500), residents are able to tap into their creativity and leadership skills to develop projects that benefit the community. 
 
For more information, please visit: http://neighbourhoodsmallgrants.ca
 
30 years ago Rotary let women in the club and it was the best thing that ever happened to us!
 
 
 
We couldn't be happier to have the lovely ladies help us do better in the world.
The 5040 District Conference is getting closer and closer. Don't forget to register and see the beauty of Sun Peaks. There will be amazing speakers and fun activities. Register at https://www.rotary5040.org.
 
Well that would be us.

Over the past two weeks, the fabulous volunteers from the Rotary Club Of Tsawwassen switched off and removed the Christmas light displays at Delta Hospital and Diefenbaker Park. Carefully packed away, they will no doubt be back next year to entertain and illuminate the good folk in South Delta and beyond.

The weather cooperated again and this smiling bunch were grateful for that as they took down the lights on the 12th.
Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen and Interactors from the South Delta Secondary School Interact Club provided service and attended a service to remember those in need and those who served our country and the many who provided the ultimate sacrifice.

On the morning of Saturday the 10th, blessed with glorious and unseasonal sunshine, 17 Rotarians and one perennial progeny assembled at Delta Hospital to install the lights in preparation for the coming Christmas season. An annual service to those either living in the Extended Care Unit, those staying in the various hospital wards, those visiting their friends and loved ones and the hard working staff who care for those people, our Rotary Club puts up numerous strings of lights to bring some colour and cheer to the dark days of winter and those who are in, visiting or working at our local hospital.
 
Lights were attached to the railings and trees outside the ECU, to the main entrance of the hospital and inside the healing garden. They will be lit each night from now until January when the Rotarians will return to stake them down for storage until the next year.

On the morning of Sunday the 11th, as the fog gave way to sunshine, Rotary President Keith, Exchange Student Evel. Interact President Ella and Interactors Catrina and Devon attended the Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in Ladner. Amongst the thousands who attended to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice to end the First World War, The "Great War", the "War To End All Wars" we were also joined by President Elect Gail and the Teacher sponsor for the Interact Club, Ms. Dulay.
 
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.
 
 
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!