Meeting  in Person on Mondays at Noon

 
The Calgary, Centennial, Chinook, East, North, Sarcee, West and Fish Creek Rotary Clubs have initiated a "one door" application for Rotary support in time, talent and treasure.  By applying once, your request for support will be shared with all eight  participating clubs.  Please click the logo to the left to submit an application.
Upcoming Speakers
Mike Morley
Aug 12, 2024 12:00 PM
Applied Artificial Intelligence
Upcoming Events

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What We Do
Rotarians gather in each others homes to build lasting friendships and enjoy a hot meal with great conversation.  This is just one of many social activities that members and friends enjoy about being in Rotary.
 
The short-term exchange program (STEP) is a reciprocal family-to-family exchange for students between the ages of 15-19 at the time of the exchange. It offers students the opportunity to gain international understanding while becoming familiar with another culture. The exchange takes place over the summer months.
To apply:  Online Application   (Applications for the Summer 2022 Exchange Year are now open, with the caveat the exchange will only proceed if it is deemed safe to do so)
On Saturday November 19th members of several Rotary Clubs and the District Indigenous Relations Committee were given an introduction to the Siksika Nation’s history at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park, the site of the signing of Treaty No.7 in 1877. A guided tour of the museum provided the start of a journey of learning about the historic events and the cultural value of the site for the Siksika Nation enhanced by the rich variety of the archaeological resources that reflect the long history of Blackfoot Crossing.
-Story by Christine Rendell, Photo Karen McKee
 
 
Dear Volunteer Supporters of Field of Crosses,
 
For 11 days we honoured them, but we will never forget them. Thank you for the large role you played in fulfilling our commitment to our heroes who gave up their tomorrows for our today. The Field of Crosses memorial was their homecoming, our chance to call out a simple thank you and by your actions you joined the chorus.
 
 
Calgary Rotary West is proudly sponsoring our
Community Hockey Skills Competition Program
for Ages 11 -17, all skill levels.  This is a Free community event that can be held at your local arena during your regular ice practice time. 
 
Find out who is the: 
• Fastest Skater  
        • Best Puck Handler  
• Hardest Shot    
                              • Most Accurate / Passer Shooter
 
Short Video on Event:
 
 
 
For booking or more information please contact:
 
Chris Ritter
403 613 8060
chris@ceritter.ca
 
During our weekly meeting on Monday August 9, 2021, Kurt Scherer, chair of Local Community Services presented a cheque from our club in the amount of $12,320 to Jean Claude at Umoja Community Mosaic. From LCS came $9,570 for a food security program and $$2,750 from youth budget for 10 notebooks. Jean Claude expressed his appreciation and acknowledged the long standing relationship his organization has with our club. He will be back in six months time to give us an update.
Move for Polio 2021 Campaign
 
 
Hey everyone, thanks for taking part in this amazing initiative to raise money for Polio eradication! Here are more details:

What?
Our goal is to raise $100,000 for Polio Plus alongside the 30 other Rotary, Rotaract and potentially Interact clubs that are also going to be participating.

When?
The initiative will run from July 1st to October 24th (World Polio day).

How?
To participate in the fundraiser, you can do pledge to do anything that makes you active - be it walking, running, swimming, hiking, meditating, skateboarding, etc.
 
Eventgroove
This year we're using Eventgroove, which is a fundraising platform that Rotary District 5360 has approved, to use for the Move for Polio initiative.
 
 
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