Ladner (Delta) Club of the Week
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Rotary Club of
Since 1957
49 members

Rotary Day in February
We are known for:
• Gold level Presidential Citation 2015-16
• District Governor’s Citation 2015-16• District Communications Award 2015-16
• Ladner Rotary Water Park 
• Business Ethics Awards, all three Delta clubs, 5th year
• 2016 calendar sales fund-raiser, 11th year
• Family Peer Support Group picnic for special needs adults
• Family Peer Support Group Christmas dinner for special needs adults
• Scholarships for high school students 
• Ghana medical equipment, educational material container
• Chile dental autoclaves shipment                                                             :
• Christmas Hampers• Rotary on Ice with other clubs, supporting                 
  Boys & Girls Club, End Polio
• Interact sponsored club at Delta Secondary School
• Social events during the year
Our Goals for 2016-17:
• Complete a new water park in Ladner centre by Spring 2017
• Grow membership from 49 to 53
• Increase new member orientation, mentoring
• Implement communication strategy
• Medical equipment shipment to the Philippines
• Support The Rotary Foundation with USD $6,000
• August: Delta tri-club golf tournament
• October: Rotary on Ice
• December: Family Peer Support Group Christmas dinner for special needs adults
• January: Business Ethics Award dinner and ceremony
• February: Rotary Day
• May: Ladner Pioneer May Days parade and fair
In progress
Members recognized:
• Irene Forcier: leader of the club's water park project team, starting with $50,000 from the club and District 5040 and raising $550,000 within one year
• Tammy Hansen: Rotarian of the Year for her work supporting our club's sponsored Interact Club at Delta Secondary School, RYLA and Adventures in Citizenship
• Mike Storey: for leading our club's support of the South Delta Peer and Family Support Group for special needs adults -- picnic and Christmas dinner; two trips to Laos to deliver water filters to remote villages in the Adopt-A-Village program, and promotion of the program; registration for the District conference; many other contributions
• Lynn Cameron: leader of the annual calendar sales in the Fall, now heading into its 11th year, with proceeds going to a wide range of community service projects; club membership chair
• PDG Chris Offer and PDG Penny Offer: for their tremendous contributions at the District, Zone and International levels of Rotary
To learn more about any of these projects or features:
Peter Roaf, PR Chair, Rotary Club of Ladner  
Major community service project
a new water park
Christmas dinner for
special needs adults group
Fifth season of all three Delta Rotary clubs'
Business Ethics Awards
1st prize winning float in the
111th Ladner Pioneer Days parade
Loading shipping container with
medical equipment for Ghana
Water filters delivered to remote villages
of Laos to increase health and then education