Latest Club News:
The Calgary, Centennial, Chinook, East, North Rotary and Sarcee 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 five participating clubs.  Please clink on this LINK to submit an application.
On September 15th, 2022 The Rotary Club of Centennial partnered with Connaught School for a welcome back BQQ.  Rotary Centennial supplied volunteers, chips and 1000 burgers!!  Click HERE to read more about this community event success!



Date: Saturday, May 14th, 2022

Location: Alliance Church, Cochrane, AB

Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm, registration open at 8:00am

Social: MacKay’s Ice Cream following conference

Cost: Rotarians $100, Guests $100, Youth $20

Charity of Choice: ShelterBox

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As one of the world’s largest humanitarian organizations, Rotary has made peace the cornerstone of our global mission. We are deeply concerned about the Ukraine crisis and need your help.

Rotary is made up of people of action, especially in difficult times. In response to the deepening refugee crisis, The Rotary Foundation Trustees have decided to prioritize contributions made to the Disaster Response Fund until 30 April 2022 to support disaster response grants for districts affected by these events. These expedited disaster response grants can be used to supply water, food, medicine, shelter, and clothing.
Click HERE for more information and to make a donation.
UPDATE:  Services will be held at McInnis and Holloway Funeral Home (Crowfoot) at 1pm on April 29, 2022
Long time member and friend Emlyn Jessop passed away on Dec 24, 2021.
He will be missed by all, a link to his obituary can be found HERE
Hi Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors and EarlyActors,
Here is the latest up date, from the Zone 28 / 32 newsletter, on how to support BC:

Donations to the Fires and Flood Disasters of British Columbia

Posted by Sherry Chamberlain, Assistant Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator - Zone 28
We are so appreciative of the funds donated thus far for the Wildfire victims and now with the Flood victims of BC. There have been some good news stories of the work that has been done through Rotary and we will submit for the next newsletter.
If you or your club would like to donate to the Pacific Northwest Rotary Disaster Recovery and Relief Efforts, you can do so as follows. Donations for fire or flood relief and recovery can be made to the Steveston Rotary Charitable Foundation in two ways:
  1. E-transfer   Send your e-transfers to
  2. Cheque.  Cheques made payable to the Rotary Club of Steveston Charitable Society can be sent to:
Rotary Club of Steveston
12111 3rd Avenue, Richmond, B.C. V7E 3K1, Canada
You can specify in your notes if the donation goes to a specific area or disaster as well as just the overall efforts being done by Rotarians in Districts 5060, 5040 and 5050.
As I get more information I will share with all members in District 5360.
Yours in Rotary,
Martin Parnell (he/him/his)
Rotary Club of Cochrane
District Governor 2021/2022
Rotary International District 5360
Calgary Centennial

Rotary Club of Calgary Centennial

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Calgary, AB T2R 0K9
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