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Rotary International Convention
June 23-27, 2018
Club Executives & Directors
Co President
Co President
President Elect
Vice President
Past President
Treasurer Assistant
Club Service
Club Service
Rotary Foundation
Rotary Foundation
Community Service
Community Service
International Service
International Service
Public Relations & Communications
Youth Service
Youth Service
Peace Through Service: Service Above Self

Making a Difference since 1966.


We meet on Thursdays. See the Schedule on the right for the times.
Howe Sound Inn & Brew Pub
37801 Cleveland Ave
Squamish, BC  V8B 0A7
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The Rotary Club of Squamish is proud to support Ride Away Stigma, and the work to raise awareness about mental health and provide support for those with mental health issues.
$20,000 was raised at this year's event which will go to Sea to Sky Community Services to support mental heath programs in the corridor. 
More information can be found at
At our meeting today, Squamish Rotary distributed $20,000 in Gaming Grants to community organisations in support of their programs. The focus was on Youth, Seniors, Health, and Safety programs.
On May 9 & 10, 2017, Squamish Rotarians with help from school staff, held the annual Bike Safety Rodeo at 5 elementary schools. Students from kindergarten to grade 7 had their bikes checked, went through a series of skill challenges, and learned how to safely cross a road intersection. MORE

Young Professionals

Connect WITh future change-makers

  • Talks from keynote speakers to inspire and motivate you.
  • Develop your leadership & professional skills with workshops.
Saturday May 13th, 9AM - 4PM 
SFU Vancouver Campus
Additional  information available on the Summit Website.
The water is flowing at the Hosanna Children’s Home.
Hosanna Children’s Home for the Destitute in rural Kenya.
An International project by the Rotary Club of Squamish, the Rotary Club of Nairobi Industrial Area, and the Rotary Foundation.
On March 14th 2017, the four Sea to Sky clubs convened on Whistler Mountain for Fresh Tracks breakfast and a morning of group skiing. Then we reconvened in Black's Pub for appies and fellowship as well as for some prize giving. More photos HERE.
Rotary Hearts are SOLD OUT for 2017...orders for the 2018 'Rotary Hearts in Downtown Squamish' will begin around mid-January 2018.  In the meantime, check out all the wonderful messages of love in shop windows all along Cleveland Avenue!  And while you there, when you shop in any of the stores that are showcasing a Rotary Heart, put your name into our draw for a Valentine Basket which is valued at $500.  Draw will take place on February 14th.
Our annual Christmas party was held at the home of Ann & Owen Carney. In keeping with the theme "Christmas in the Quebec countryside", G-Van Catering served up a French Canadian menu including Tourtiere, beans, and sugar pudding. Thanks to Rose Fast for organizing the evening and all the games and prizes. It was a great evening of fun and fellowship.
More photos >HERE<
Squamish Rotarians joined other volunteers to deliver Community Christmas Cares hampers to the less fortunate in our community. When all the hampers were delivered, we met at the Shady Tree for lunch.
District Governor Lyn Stroshin visited our club on Dec 8th. She shared a cake celebrating the 100th year of the Rotary Foundation. presented Paul Harris Fellow awards, and gave an inspiring talk on the work of Rotary and what Rotary means to her.
More photos HERE.
Jeanette Levett, Clint Levett, and Chris Humphrey received Paul Harris Fellow awards for their support of the club with upgrades at the Beef BBQ hut. Lloyd Ingraham was presented with his PHF+4 recognition for his support of the Rotary Foundation.  Garry Shearer (L) and Don Patrick (R) did the honours.
At our meeting this week, member Lynda Rocha talked about her vocation as an event planner. Do you need help in planning a wedding or other event? Contact Lynda.
At the Remembrance Day ceremony on November 11th, Ryoma Mori, our youth exchange student from Japan, laid the Rotary wreath at the cenotaph in honour of our veterans and all the men & women who have served our country.
The Rotary Club of Squamish was a major sponsor of Pumpkin Patch in the Park, a community event to celebrate Halloween and raise money for Community Christmas Care.
Rotary will be at the "Pumpkin Patch in the Park" on October 22nd at Stan Clark Park in downtown Squamish. Visit our stand to learn more about Rotary's promise to eradicate Polio from the world forever.
For more information click HERE.  
On September 8th, the Rotary Club of Squamish celebrated its 50th anniversary with a dinner at the Squamish Valley Golf Club.  Our special guests were RI Director Dean Rohrs and Rhino,  District Governor Lyn Stroshin and Alex, District Governor-elect Don Evans, MLA Jordan Sturdy, and Mayor Patricia Heintzman, 
After the reception and dinner, several members were called to the podium to highlight some of the events and happenings that occurred over the 50 years.
District Governor Lyn Stroshin presented co-Presidents Ian Davis and Pat Taylor with a special message from RI President John Germ. 
More photos can be viewed HERE.
The Rotary Club of Squamish was chartered in September 1966. On September 8, 2016 we are celebrating 50 Years of Service. You are invited to join us. For tickets contact Ray Brickell,, 604-898-4572.
Help Rotary to eradicate Polio from the world forever.
The Beef BBQ at Loggers Sports is coming up.  Have you signed up on the volunteer sheet yet? Contact Barry Wetter ( to get on the list.
The Rotary Beef BBQ has been a tradition at Loggers Sports for over 50 years. Canada AAA beef is slowly roasted over a bed of alders and served on a brioche bun with fried onions. It is always a crowd favourite - soooo good!!
Squamish Rotary participated in the annual Squamish Canada Day Parade.  Young and no-so-young joined other community groups on the route to the flag raising ceremony and the start of the festivities.
This was Anne's last meeting as President,  A big THANK YOU to Anne for your leadership and inspiration. Our co-Presidents for 2016-17 are Pat Taylor and Ian Davis.  It was cupcakes all around!
  Daniel Nduati visited us from Nairobi and gave us an update on his amazing work with the Emmanual Boyz Rescue Centre and the National Youth Empowerment Centre - both dedicated to destitute youth.  Squamish Rotary has supported Daniel over many years.
  John Harvey talked bout the plans for the Mamquam River Campsite; a not-for-profit initiative to provide facilities for recreational campers.
The Squamish Rotary Club partnered with Sea to Sky Community Services to enhance the area around the Youth Centre.
The project included building 5 cedar garden boxes, and constructing a small pavilion. It was a fun community project with Rotary providing funding and volunteer labour.
On completion of the project, we received a thank you note from the Youth Centre staff.  Click "Read More".
The Installation of the new Executive, Directors, & Committee Chairs for 2016-17 was held at the home of Greg & Lila Gardner. Pat Taylor & Ian Davis will serve as co-Presidents for the coming Rotary year.  
District Governor-elect Lyn Stroshin did the honours for us.
In addition, we welcomed Vicki Haberl as a new member, Denise Imbeau received her Paul Harris Award. and President Anne recapped her year (and what a year it was!).
Meeting Schedule
12noon: Lunch, Howe Sound Brew Pub
Jun 29, 2017
Laura Modray - New Squamish Senior's Housing Society developments
12noon: Lunch, Howe Sound Brew Pub
Jul 06, 2017
Business Meeting
5:00pm: Evening: BBQ Hut cleanup & social event
Aug 03, 2017
NO lunch meeting
12noon: Lunch, Howe Sound Brew Pub
Aug 10, 2017
Business Meeting
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