Posted on Sep 24, 2018
For supporting each of Rotary's strategic priorities by meeting set goals in 2017-18, and, in some cases, going above and beyond by supporting and strengthening clubs, focusing and increasing humanitarian service and enhancing public image and awareness, an amazing 18 clubs, out of 51 in Rotary District 5040, three Rotaract clubs (ages 19 to 30) and one Interact club (high school age) are receiving the international Rotary Citation from 2017-18 President Ian Riseley.
"Congratulations to the Rotary, Rotaract and Interact Clubs throughout the District who have achieved the Rotary Citation from RI President Ian Riseley," says 2017-18 District 5040 Governor Don Evans. "The hard work of our entire team in District 5040 shows in our overall results measured against goals set and criteria laid out in the Rotary International Citation,"
Evans also congratulated the District Training and Assistant Governor teams, club presidents and all the hard working Rotarians who do so much for our communities and the world.
Rotary Clubs achieving the Rotary Citation for 2017-2018 are:
Burnaby Deer Lake
Burnaby Metrotown
New Westminster
New Westminster – Royal City
Powell River
Prince George
Prince George – Nechako
Prince George – Yellowhead
Prince Rupert
Sunshine Coast – Sechelt
Terrace – Skeena Valley
Vancouver Arbutus

In addition, three Rotaract Clubs and one Interact Club also earned a Rotary Citation:
Rotaract Club of Burnaby
Rotaract Club of New Westminster
Rotaract Club of Prince George
Interact Club – McMath (Richmond)

The Citation certificates will be presented to the clubs over the next month or two.