Meeting Information

Regular meetings are held at noon at "Seasons in the Park" located in QE Park, unless otherwise listed.

 
Lunch & Meeting
When:  Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020
Where: Virtual on line
Time: 12:00 Pm
Speaker: 
Topic: 
 
Coming Meetings:
Wednesday Dec 2nd, 2020
Please note that due to COVID all
Meetings will now be online until January
"Please Consider Donating your Lunch"

Please register online or email the treasurer  Blair Montgomery to confirm your attendance.

 

West 33rd Avenue (at Cambie), Vancouver, BC.

 

                 

 

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Vancouver Fraserview  
The Fraserview Rotary club is located in the heart of the lower mainland and services the area of Fraserview and surrounding areas.  Our club consists of local community leaders from around greater Vancouver including a reach into Downtown Vancouver, leaders who take an active role in their communities, all while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives.   Fraserview is a smaller club that allows our leaders to grow and contribute in ways they might not in a larger club. 
 
Join us for a meeting! Check the column on the left for meetings dates and times, and upcoming events.Members of our Rotary Club connect at weekly meetings and learn from business experts, political and civic leaders, and entrepreneurs, who help us stay informed on topics that are relevant to our community. Together, we make great things happen. We have a structure that focuses on action and positive results.
 
How did Rotary start... Read here..
 
 
 
 
This year Giving Tuesday is Dec 1st, 2020 - Why not make Rotary your donation choice for Giving Tuesday.
 
We know that this is difficult given the challenges of COVID But those in need in the world also are having more difficulties and have more need during this period.
 
and... WIN PRIZES for donating, 4 prizes will be randomly selected, just donate to be eligible: Want multiple entries? simply break your donation up.  make 5 x $10 in stead of 1 x $50 etc. 
 
  • Apple AirPod Pro
  • EasyPark $100 wallet load for parking
  • Family Pass to the Maritime Museum
  • Tim Hortons $50 card
 
We make giving to a good cause easy, consider making Rotary and the Rotary Foundation your choice this year:, choose a level of support:
 
  • $10.00 Donation - Thank you!  Donate here
  • $20.00 Donation - Thank you, a lot! Donate here
  • $30.00 Donation - Thanks, you are the best! Donate Here
  • $50.00 Donation -  Thank you, we are your friends forever now! Donate here
  • $75.00 Donation - We love you! Donate here
  • $100.00 Donation - A bucket of thanks!, the world Thanks you! Donate here
  • $150.00 Donation - You made a huge difference! The world and everyone thanks you! Donate here
  • $300.00 Donation - Wow, just Wow - and as thanks donors at this level, your company will be listed as a silver web sponsor for 12 months Donate Here
  • $500.00 Donation - How can we say thanks enough, we are wowed the world is grateful, you made a difference!  At this level your company will receive 24 months as a gold Sponsor on our website....  Donate here
 
At the October lunch and meeting two of our members were presented with Paul Harris pins by the District Governor.
 
  • Mercedes Wong received her +1 pin for Donations to the Foundation, this being her send Paul Harris Distinction.
  • Nigel Bullers was presented with a  +2 this being his 3rd Paul Harris for Donations to the Foundation
New Rotary Face Masks, designed by our club for our club and any others that want them.
 
2 styles to choose from; $20.00 each.   75% of the profit from each mask will be donated to the Rotary Foundation.
 
Show your affiliation to Rotary while supporting and keeping the world and your community safe.
 
You can buy here and pick up at club or we will deliver to you.  Buy here:    https://vancouverfraserviewrotary.org/event/rotary-mask-a/
 
 
 
 
We are proud to announce that for the second year we are supporting the Rotary World Help program by donating $10 per member and becoming an affiliate, we will present the $370 cheque at a later lunch.  Stay tuned for info about how else we can help get medical equipment in the hands of people around the globe.
 
Rotary World Help is a non profit organization aimed at collecting and distributing medical equipment & supplies, dental, optical, education & sports equipment and disaster relief supplies to international recipients in need. We are a non-religious, non-political charity run by Rotary Clubs from British Columbia, Canada.
 
http://rotaryworldhelp.com/
 
We have set the goals for giving to $9,000 for this year, so far we have raised and donated $6,424.00
 
fundraising thermometer
 
 
 
 
Rotary Foundation - $1682.00
Rotary Foundation (Paul Harris Award) $685.00
Rotary World Help - $370.00
Mask Project - Rotary Foundation - $507.50
Donate Your Lunch Rotary Foundation - $229.50
Rotary Polio Fund - $1,000.00
Giving Tuesday Dec 1st - Foundation - $950.00
International, Autism Burma - $1,000.00
Union Gospel Mission - $
 
 
 
 
Dr. Bonnie Henry is “very grateful” for recognition received from the Royal City Rotary Club.

On June 17, Royal City Rotary inducted B.C.’s provincial health officer as an honorary Rotarian and presented her with a Paul Harris Fellow award on behalf of the club. Lizz Kelly, president-elect of the Royal City Rotary Club, presented Henry with the honour, while members of Royal City Rotary and the Rotary Club of New Westminster attended the online presentation.

 

Summer get togther at the park and Beach..

Due to Covid:  Food will be Bento box, choices are either meat (pork) or vegatarian, please let Erin know by Friday.

  • Potato Salad
  • Water
  • All freshly made and brought in on Sunday Morning.

Bring you own:

Chair, camera, sun tan, picnic blanket, umbrella, friends, family


 

 
 
2 New Paul Harris Fellows at the Fraserview Club;
 
Haranto Tjoa - Was Presented his Paul Harris Award for his work in supporting the club through fundraising.
 
Angela Kang - was presented a Paul Harris as Voted by the members for her work as Treasurer of the Club through 2 years in 2017/18
 
Congrats to both of them and thank you for your service.
At the June meeting we presented a Cheque for $1,614.50 to the "Beyond the Conversation Canada" here in Vancouver.   The money was raised at a dinner in February.  https://beyondtheconversation.ca/
 
'Beyond the Conversation is a movement that want to address the gap of social connectedness, loneliness and mental health for all peoples. If anyone who is seeking to build their community support, contact@beyondtheconversation.ca.'
 
 
At the district Conference the Rotary Club of Vancouver Fraserview was presented with 2 awards from District 5040
 
The first was a joint award for growth of the club, adding 9 members this year, an award we share with the Rotary club of vVncouver Mountainview.
 
The second award was presented to our own Nigel Bullers who was presented with the DON EVANS PEOPLE OF ACTION AWARD, for his work in the club.
 
 
 
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