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You are invited to participate in a very rewarding event, packaging meals for well deserved people.  Together with your help, our goal is to package 85,000 meals. 
Meal packaging takes place on April 20, 2024 at the OLPH Catholic Church in the basement located at 13 Brower Drive Sherwood Park. 

Oktoberfest is at OLPH Catholic Church

13 Bower Drive, Sherwood Park

October 14th 5 - 8 pm

$30.00 per person (incl. meal)

$15.00 kids under 12 

Kids Face Painting & Activities

Doors Open 5:00pm

Meal 6:30pm

Live Music & Dancing

8:00 - Midnight

Premium Akkord

Live Music

8pm - midnight

Cocktails 5:30pm

You are invited to participate in a very rewarding event, packaging meals for well-deserved people.  Together with your help, our goal is to package 90,000 meals. Meal packaging takes place on May 27, 2023 at the OLPH Catholic Church in the basement located at 13 Brower Drive Sherwood Park.
Joyanne, has won the Rotary 5050 Ukraine draw $4,525 was the winning total, the balance of this raffle goes to support the modernizing of necessary rehabilitation therapy equipment for a hospital in Western Ukraine newly designated as an amputee rehabilitation Centre.
Meeting Information
Guests Welcome!
Join us for our weekly Friday meetings at 7:15 AM to 8:30 AM
at Headquarters Restaurant 100 Granada Blvd Sherwood Park, AB 
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 57043
Sherwood Park, Alberta
T8A 5L7
Rotary Club of Sherwood Park: Guiding Principles
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.
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Past president
President Elect
Director Communications
Director membership
Director Community service
Director Services - Club
Director international service
Co-Director youth service
Co-Director Services - Youth
Director Rotary Foundation
Director Speakers
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Can’t attend club meetings in person.  Consider joining the first Canadian e-club.

Since the club became a provisional e-club of District 5370 in the summer of 2011, the weekly e-meetings have developed in what many call, “the most interesting and unique e-club I have ever attended”.

The e-club, which has a Canadian flavour, features speakers on many interesting topics, including Rotary programs, such as the Rotary Foundation, PolioPlus, Youth Exchange as well as topics of interest, such as the environment, culture and world affairs. Humor and inspirational moments are also incorporated into the meetings.

The weekly Rotary Minute keeps Rotarians and those new to Rotary informed and educated. Each week, attendees are welcomed by a guest or member greeter. In addition to the current weekly e-meeting, guests can choose from a large variety of archived programs which are located on the club’s website.

Monthly, on-line Fellowship time is hosted by one of the club members, prior to the board meeting.

For current or former Rotarians who are not able to attend scheduled Rotary Club meetings, such as people with disabilities, young parents or those who travel for business, the e-club concept offers a solution; Keeping them involved in Rotary and offering Service Above Self, in their communities and internationally, through the e-club.

Anyone who wishes to participate as a charter member, must have attended two e-club meetings and paid a modest admission fee (Cdn$50) to be eligible to apply for membership.

To attend an e-meeting, apply for membership, or learn more about this unique opportunity, visit: