The Rotary Club of Nelson
We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
422 Vernon StreetHume RoomNelson, BC V1L 4E5Canada
The Rotary Clubs of District 5080 (WA, ID and BC) offer an intensive, one-week leadership training program for young people aged 18-25. The program incorporates, through a number of excellent presenters, challenging small and large group work and interaction with approximately 50 other young adults. It provides opportunities to discover and strengthen leadership skills in an encouraging environment.
If you know a youth who may benefit from RYLA, please download and copy the application form, located on the right hand side of this web page. Deadline is May 31st.
In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Rotary in BC the Nelson Rotary Club and the Nelson Daybreak Rotary Club invite you to an OPEN HOUSEFriday, April 19, From 4 - 6 pm, at the Hume Room of the Hume Hotel.Please stop by and join us as we celebrate the work of the Nelson Rotary clubs both locally and abroad.
The Rotary Club of Nelson & The Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak Family Fun Run
Celebrating 100 years of Rotary Service in BC
Saturday April 20, 2013 @9:30 a.m. Lakeside Rotary Park—Nelson, BC A 2 km walk/run or a 4 km walk/run.
Assistant Governor Kees, Nelson Rotary Club President Elect Ed, District Governor Elect Bob, Nelson Rotary Club President Wendy, Nelson Daybreak Club President Elect Sandra and District Governor Nominee Norm, together at PETS; a 3 day, intensive training session in Seattle. The sessions were inspirational, motivational, informative with updates on the PoliPlus Eradication Program, Membership, New Generations and the RI Foundation.
Past President Ken and Past District Governor Mike inducted Marisa as the newest member of the Rotary Club of Nelson. In her acceptance remarks, Marisa recalled fond memories of the work done by Rotary in South Africa and she is looking forward to becoming an active member of Rotary in Canada.
Past President Gioconda and President Wendy are presented with a Banner and Certificate of Recognition for the Club's significant contrabutions to the Rotary Foundation and Rotary's Polio Eradication Program.
Rotarians, Friends and members of the Nelson Maple Leafs unload over 400 Christmas Trees at the west end of WalMart. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go to local Rotary projects. Sales start Friday November 30th.
On August 5th, 2011, at the regular club meeting, Rotary International Trustee Stephen Brown was the guest speaker. Trustee Stephen highlighted several major Rotary Club and Individual funded and co-funded school projects in Afghanistan. His internatioanal projects and initiatives can be view at http://www.stevebrownrotary.com/
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