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Rotarians Think Globally ...

 
Rotarians have been on the job site in Mexico for the past four years!  See Rotarians "Up Their Game" in Mexico. For more photos and a daily account of how a "small but mighty" group of Rotarians and friends built an adult education centre in just 8 days, click here.  And be sure to read about the International Award received by the Rotary Club of Parksville AM for their ongoing work in Mexico.

Projects from other parts of the world include the building of a corn mill in Sunyani, Ghana.

 
 
... and Act Locally

The Rotary Club of Parksville AM works with The Beach Club Resort, a generous donor of supplies of soaps, shampoos and bedding which are then delivered by Club members to Disaster Aid Canada in Victoria.  These much needed products are distributed to victims of disaster at home and abroad.  
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Immediate Past President
 
 
 
Rotarians: People of Action

Parksville AM

Engage Rotary Change Lives

We meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00AM
The Beach Club Resort
181 Beachside Drive
Parksville, BC  V9P 2H5
Canada
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CLUB VISION STATEMENT

Rotary Club of Parksville A.M. is a service club of community leaders who work within the local and world community to make a difference.

 

CLUB MISSION STATEMENT

Rotary Club of Parksville A.M. provides service to our community and advances world understanding by building on the strengths of our members.

 

ROTARY FOUR WAY TEST

Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build good will and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

 

 
What's Happening
As students head back to school this fall, four Parksville grads begin a new educational chapter, with support from the Rotary Club of Parksville AM for their post-secondary studies.  Shown are Amanda Greenshields and Gabe Dodd, Ballenas graduates who received Rotary scholarships to be used to further their academic aspirations. Lauren Mueller and Celtin Gilmour (photo not available) from Parksville Alternate Secondary School (PASS) were also scholarship recipients.  A total of $4500 in scholarship funding was received by these four students for graduation year 2018.  These scholarships are awarded annually as part of Rotary’s commitment to the youth of our community.
 
The Rotary Club of Parksville AM would like to thank everyone who supported this amazing event:
 
Venue:
Arbutus Meadows Event and Equestrian Centre
 
Announcers:
Dave Graham from The Beach 88.5 & Bill Dean from The Lounge 99.9
 
Pre-Show Entertainment:
Mount Arrowsmith Pipe Band
 
Parking Attendants:
Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs
 
Horse Feed by Donation:
Buckerfield's
 
Hay by Donation: 
Okanagan Hay Sales/ Bridles & Bits
 
Artwork Raffle Donation:
Joan Larson, Creekside Studio
 
Video:
PQB News
 
Ticket Outlets:
*Oceanside RCMP Detachment, Parksville
*Close to You, Parksville
*Chamber of Commerce, Parksville
*Marlin Travel, Parksville
*Marlin Travel, Nanaimo
*Infinity Print Shop, Parksville
 
Food:
The Dude's Dogs served hot food and beverages.
 
Our Ballenas Interact Club offered a variety of cold drinks.
 
Of course, thank you to the RCMP Riders for an amazing show and and our very own Rotarians for all their hard work!
 
And to everyone who attended to support the RCMP and the Rotary Club of Parksville AM!
 
 
 
 
Rotary in the News
Children at Live Different school in Cap Haitien, Haiti turn on the taps for the first time in their lives ... a cistern below the school kitchen was funded by Parksville AM Rotary.