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Thank-You!! We packaged 65,416 meals to Rise Against Hunger!
On Saturday June 24, 120 adults and 40 youth from Sherwood Park, Edmonton and Camrose worked together and surpassed our 65,000 meal goal in just three hours!  Amazing community spirit!!!
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Of the things we think, say or do: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
The Rotary Club of Sherwood Park is organized into five divisions to carry out the Five Avenues of Service which form the foundation of Rotary's work.  Our club, vocational, community, international, and youth service committees encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.  All members ensure that the focus of their work is Service Above Self.
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We were pleased to attend this event and provide funding to support the fantastic youth programs provided by the Boys and Girls Club of Strathcona County.
Find out more about how this community organization's program align with Rotary's youth area of service here.
Rotarians Vince Lachance and Jack Skinner had the privilege of driving one of the three classic cars owned by  integrity award winner Ken Rice in the local Canada Day parade.  Thanks to Ken for his continued support of our club and community!
Our community continues to support the Rotary Club of Sherwood Park and the Robin Hood Association!  
144 golfers participated in the charity golf tournament held at the beautiful Belvedere Golf & Country Club on June 1, 2016.  With almost eighty sponsors, golfers enjoyed prizes, food and beverages.  Special thanks to our entertaining auctioneer, Garry Meyer.
Appreciation and recognition to the 2016 Golf Committee: Jason Dent, Brad Kotowich, Vince Lachance, Geoff Matheson, Dennis Miller and Jack Skinner.  A sincere thank you to all the volunteers.

On Saturday May 14, 2016 our club hosted a meal packaging event in partnership with Stop Hunger Now, Rotary District 5370 and Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School in Sherwood Park.

We had 105 adult and youth volunteers with representation from Rotary, Sherwood Park United Church, ABJ High School, Titans Lacrosse, 169th Glen Allan Scouts, Sherwood Park Soccer, the Lorenz Team and Robin Hood.  Local MLA Annie McKitrick was also in attendance.


Thanks to all our volunteers in supporting the movement to end hunger by packaging 30,000+ meals to be sent to international communities in need and for donating 97 lbs. of food items to our local food bank!

 Stop Hunger Now's meal packaging events are a fun, hands-on way to make a difference and impact the lives of those suffering from hunger. 

Thank you to the Hampton Inn by Hilton Sherwood Park, Arctic Chiller, Elk Island Catholic Schools and the Emmanuel Foundation for their in-kind donations to the event.

One! International's goal is to teach literacy, numeracy and life skills to children living on the streets of Mumbai, India and surrounding areas by providing educational services and also associated social welfare services such as nutrition, health care, medicine, housing support and micro finance. 
One! International was founded by local resident, Tania Spilchen, who first went to Mumbai to work at an internet agency on an exchange program. During this time she met and bonded with children living in the streets whom she claims stole her heart.  Other local volunteers, like Paragi Shah, help support this important charity by telling the One! story and organizing fundraising events. 
Our club is a proud sponsor of One! International.  Our donation to the Step-Sponsorship program will help to cover the operational costs of a single step classroom.   For more information on how your company can support this program visit the One! International website.
Rotary's continued partnership with CapitalCare Strathcona saw a successful Fun Money Casino fundraising event.  CapitalCare Strathcona has 111 long term care beds and operates the Community Day Support Program that offers much needed services to people in Sherwood Park. It also provides support services to Laurier House Strathcona.  Special thanks to Rotarian, Jason Dent of Jada Solutions, for chairing this event on our club's behalf. 
In addition to raising enough funds to purchase new chairs for CapitalCare residents, this event raised $2,000 for Rotary that will be donated back to the local community. 
Pictured (l-r): Sherry Schaefer, Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations, CapitalCare Foundation; Rotarian Jason Dent, Event Chair; Rotarian Erin Stephen, Club President
On October 31st Rotarians worked with other community groups to set up shelves and unload items at the Strathcona Christmas Bureau facility.  The next weekend Rotarians and their families volunteered at the local food bank to sort and load items for delivery to the Christmas Bureau.
Once again, Rotarians participated in ringing the kettle bells at Costco for the Salvation Army Christmas Campaign the first two weekends of December.
Thank-you for supporting our local community during the Christmas season.
Pictured (l-r): Rotarians Alan Smyth, Erin Stephen, Charlie Teeuwsen
Check out the District website for upcoming training sessions.
Walk to Rise Against Hunger Fundraiser
Walk or run to Rise Against Hunger and raise funds to purchase ingredients (rice, flour, soy) and packaging materials to reduce poverty and support international school feeding programs.
Not able to join us in person?  You can participate virtually and submit an online form with payment.  Find the virtual participation form here
Charitable donation receipts are available for individual donations of $50 or greater.  Please contact us at for specific payment details.
Date: Saturday June 3, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (please arrive 30 minutes early to register and submit forms with payment)
Broadmoor Lake Park
22-46 Festival Way
Sherwood Park, Alberta
  Watch our website for venue changes in case of inclement weather
Form: Need to print a sponsorship form to hand in with payment at the event?  Printable Form
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