ROSSLAND ROTARY TODAY
Today the Rossland Club membership is about 23 adults of all ages, genders and backgrounds, united in the vision that we can make a difference in our community and in the world. We believe that our work is more effective and will have more impact by working as a team and through the structure offered by Rotary International.
We welcome you to attend a club meeting to visit and learn more about us, propose a project, make a presentation, or contribute to a particular project. The club is not affiliated with any religious or political organization (no secret handshake!), and we always appreciate the opportunity to get to know community-minded and service-oriented people who like the idea of "giving back" to one's community.
The Club meets Mondays, 6:15pm, at the Rossland Curling Club Lounge, located in the Rossland Arena (see Meeting Location below). We welcome visitors, potential new projects, speakers, and contributors. Please contact any member or an officer (see below) to confirm your attendance.
Your participation in Rossland Rotary events supports Rossland Rotary's programs and donations including:
- Rossland Youth Action Network (Y.A.N.);
- Rossland Museum;
- local student participation in Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE),
- fully sponsoring a top student to attend Adventures in Citizenship (Ottawa) and Adventures in Technology (Saskatoon);
- Mike Pistak Memorial Rotary Scholarships;
- Rossland Library;
- Friends of the Rossland Range (FORR);
- Rossland Junior Curling Club;
- Miners' Hall--Lily May Room equipment
- a few projects for disaster relief, disease prevention, education, literacy and clean water in under-developed countries.
|Each year new projects and programs are evaluated and funded, depending upon the amount raised from various fundraising events.|
Many thanks to all who assist Rossland Rotary in funding on-going programs, attending & volunteering to support our events, making donations. It's nearly impossible to name everyone, but below is an attempt.
Rossland Online Auction donors of goods, services and in-kind services: 3 Tree Contracting, The Josie, Big Red Cats, Louise Drescher, Macpherson West, Revival Boutique, Revolution Cycles & Service, Red Mountain Resort, Sheila & Don Vockeroth, Redstone Resort, Julie's Garden Care, Kootenay Gateway, Bear Country Kitchen, Better Life Fitness, LaFace Contracting, Mountain Town Knits, Nelson District Credit Union, Redtop Barbershop, Alpine Grind, Out of the Cellar, The Essential Body Massage Therapy, Delicious Baby Boutique, Sheree Sonfield, Virtual Heights Accounting, Idgie's & Misty Mountain Pizza, Alpine Grind, Bear Country Kitchen, Butch Boutry Ski Shop, Brew Shop Too, Gabriella's Restaurant, Barb Pistak, Redtop Barbershop, Rockcut Pub, Sharp Shop, Virtual Heights Accounting.
Rossland area businesses who have made the Rotary Raffle a significant part of our fundraising the past few years: Instinct Killer Skis, Big Red Cats, Revolution Cycles & Service, Gerick Sports, Powderhound Sports, Ferraro Foods, The Red Pair Shoe Store, Ross Vegas, Christina Lake Golf Club, Red Resorts.
Organizations who make it possible for us to sponsor a grade 11 or 12 attendee to the Adventures in Citizenship and Adventures in Technology programs: Rossland Branch of the Nelson District Credit Union, Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (Nuclear Medicine Unit), Kootenay Association for Science and Technology.
Community volunteers, businesses and everyone who support Rotary and make our work possible. We couldn't do it without you!
Rotary Club of Rossland