The Rotary Club of Salmon Arm, in cooperation with the City of Salmon Arm and Shuswap Recreation Society, is planning an official ribbon cutting ceremony at Roger’s Rink on Friday July 19th, from 11:00am to 2:00pm.
The official ribbon cutting will take place at approximately 11:00am followed by a tour of the walking track. Complimentary hotdogs, snacks, refreshments, and cake will be served following the ceremony.
Go to Salmon Arm Recreation's Facebook page to see and accept this Invite.
Club Members were thrilled to welcome former SA Rotarians Patrick Webb and Colleen Fennell to our meeting on July 8. It was a joyful reunion of friends. Norm Brown honoured the couple with a recognition award for their former contributions to the club and for keeping in touch. 
Rotarian Mike Boudreau of the Shuswap Rotary club spoke to our July 8 meeting on the subject of  Peace. He pointed out the various forms of violence and conflict that exist in the world as well as in our local community and that it takes only one Rotarian to help create peace. He used the Four - Way Test to show how we as Rotarians can contribute  to the peace-making efforts. 
On July 24th, Assistant District 5060 Governor Chris Davis welcomed and installed our President & Executive for the Rotary year July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025. President is Jim Barmby. The picture shows (left to right) Jim Barmby, Garry Hoffart, Bruce Chartrand, Darcy Johnston (President Elect), Norm Brown, Isabel Reinertson, Dan Hudson, Sarah Sigurdson. Missing are Marvel Holmes, Sterling Land, & Patti Thurston.
You can check out all our Executive members and their roles by scrolling down this web page on the right column to Rotary Links.
The Rotary Club of Salmon Arm recently donated $2500 to the Father's Day Fishing Derby, founded and organized yearly by James Murray. seen here receiving the cheque from club Board Members. James Murray started the fishing derby 28 years ago in honour of his father. It has grown in popularity over the years and now attracts hundreds of children. 
"It gives young people a chance to experience fishing and families to spend times together enjoying an outdoor activity,” said Murray. “Some of these kids take the derby pretty serious. They have their gear all rigged up and ready the night before, and are down there early to pick out what they think – hope – will be the best spot.”
The Salmon Arm Rotary Club and The Mall at Piccadilly co-hosted a Repair Cafe on January 27th down by the Library in the Piccadilly Mall. Over 40 items were appraised and repaired by the volunteers from the Shuswap Makerspace program.
The 40th Reino Keski Salmi Loppet was held on January 20, 2024, and the Rotary Club of Salmon Arm was there!
At our Christmas Luncheon meeting, seven members were singled out for their long term service to Rotary. 
Top Left: Maureen McTavish, 25 years.                    Top Right: Rick Roberts, 30 years
Bottom Left: Gary Carder, 25 years                           Bottom Right: Ted Hillary, 40 years


You can still register for flying the flag.  Put Salmon Arm on the map again this year as the city that flies our Canadian flag.

Rotary Club of Salmon Arm, with support from Shuswap Rotary Club, will be funding the installation of a rubberized surface on the walking track at
Shaw Centre. Rotary identified a need to improve the comfort and usability of the Shaw Centre walking track as winters are cold and icy, while
summers are becoming increasingly hot and smoky. This initiative will offer residents of all ages a safe, comfortable place to maintain healthy
exercise year-round.
The Rotary Clubs of Salmon Arm are thrilled to announce the 4th Annual Christmas Day "Take Away" Dinner happening on December 25th, 2023 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM right here in Salmon Arm. If you or your family is unable to have a traditional Christmas dinner this year, don't worry! The Rotary Club is here to spread joy and holiday cheer.

We just welcomed back into our fold a previous member, Jim Barmby (on the right, pictured with member Norm and last year's ADG Penny Brown). Jim recently returned to Salmon Arm from the Maritimes. Great to have you back Jim.

After a pause in our Youth Exchange Program because of Covid, we are glad to be up and running again.  Seen in the picture are Porsche (left), our Salmon Arm student who will be going to Austria in August, and Paulina, who came from Austria last August.  They met at the recent Youth Exchange Orientation in Penticton.

Join us at a Meeting

Mondays at 12:00 Noon at the GreenSpace located at First Community!

450 Okanagan Ave E, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 1H6   (See Map).

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