Welcome to the Rotary Club of Salmon Arm

We're a group of people who love to support our community, and also like to have fun.  We meet Mondays at 12:00 Noon at the Hilltop Inn (See Map).

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On Saturday 11 August, Grafs, Killicks and Marshalls gathered at the home of  Darcy  and Chris Johnston to enjoy A Taste of Italy, an auctioned dinner purchased at the Casino Night. The hosts had gone all out to prepare a sumptuous feast of Italian specialities from the Antipasti to the Dolci. It was a memorable  evening of fine dining and fellowship. 
Robin Hooper from the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society spoke to the club on Monday about the society and the invasive species prevalent in the Columbia Shuswap Region.  She identified many invasive plant and animal species in our area and discussed their impacts on the environment, recreation, wildlife and domestic animals, and food production. 
Kevin Harrison,   . Director of the Shuswap Youth Soccer Association spoke to the club on Monday
about the youth soccer program in Salmon Arm. Currently the largest youth sport in the region with 1150 registrants and 125 volunteer coaches, the soccer program runs ten months of the year, both indoors and out.  The weekend before Labour Day Salmon Arm will host the Shore 'N' Score Open Level Youth Tournament. 30 - 40 teams are expected with approximately 750 players. 



On July 14th. club members Ross and Fiona hosted Phil and Linda Briddon from Calgary, Darcy and Chris Johnston, and Carol and Doug Murray for a “Taste of Scotland” dinner. The event took place outdoors in very un-Scottish 25 degree dry weather; the mist was all in the glass. The traditional fare, which included smoked salmon, haggis,  traditional tatties and neeps, and Tipsy Laird Desert  was presented on a tartan table, and Burns’ Selkirk Grace was read.   It was a great night for all and showed that fundraising is not just work but presents opportunities to experience fun and new friendships. 


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Aug 20, 2018
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Aug 27, 2018
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Sep 17, 2018
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