New member Jourdyne Mason gave her bio on Monday 27 Sept.  She was born in Kelowna and grew up in BC's southern interior.  She attended University of Calgary and did her chiropractic studies in Toronto.  She enjoyed many sports and was actively involved in Guiding. In 2017 she cycled across Canada. Salmon Arm is her first chiropractic job.
The Rotary Club of Salmon Arm has donated $2000 to the Lytton Fire Relief. The money will be added to the funds that through Red Cross are being distributed to the residents of Lytton, who lost their homes and businesses. 
The commemorative plaque for Christmas Island at the Salmon Arm Foreshore was just refurbished after showing some wear and tear.  Christmas Island was built and dedicated in 1991 to Eric Christmas, a long-time Rotarian who was very involved in saving the foreshore and developing the sanctuary.  Eric passed away in 1990 and a plaque was erected in his honour.

Jennifer Broadwell, Manager of the Salmon Arm Downtown Association. and Althea Mongerson, Projects and Member Coordinator,  outlined the upcoming fall and winter programs for Downtown Salmon Arm.
Our Monday Oct 4 meeting was  attended by District Governor Richard DeRock, who gave us a brief bio before describing how Rotary and Rotary leadership are changing. He emphasized that he is part of a Governor's Council, which includes upcoming DG's, and they all work as a team. 
Leha Marshall and Crystal Wood spoke to the club on Monday 20 September about their new enterprise U Grow Girl. Both women are survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and have determined that their role now is to help other survivors of abuse overcome their trauma. To that end, they are working on setting up a retreat called Time to Heal, which will explore different therapies to help in the healing process. They plan to hold their first retreat next spring in Vernon and, in time, on their flower and haskap berry farm in the Shuswap. 
Since becoming an insurance broker in 2003, Rosy has worked with various agencies, finally landing at CapriCMW in 2018 and serving the commercial and business community. Rosy spoke to the club on Monday 13 September about the insurance industry, which is not as flexible as it used to be as it updates its policies in our changing world. She suggested that it is wise to create a relationship with a broker and to get more than one quote from him as he does get a variety of quotes from different companies. 

Join us at a Meeting

Mondays at 12:00 Noon at the Hilltop Inn

1460 Trans Canada Hwy. NE, Salmon Arm   (See Map).

Coleman Graf
Oct 25, 2021
International Presentation
Julia Beatty
Nov 01, 2021
Shuswap Climate Action
Sterling Land
Nov 08, 2021
Ted Brecknall
Nov 15, 2021
Retired Justice