We meet every Thursday at 7:15am at the Beach Grove Golf Club (5946 12 Avenue, Tsawwassen).
For more information or to enquire about Membership, email us at info@rotarytsawwassen.org.
Benno Bucher
Aug 24, 2017
Passionate About My Hobby
Rhiannon Bennet
Aug 31, 2017
Delta Aboriginal Schoo Teacher
John Anderson and Rick Lewall
Sep 07, 2017
Our Trip to China
Laura Dixon
Sep 14, 2017
International Talk Like a Pirate day
Sep 21, 2017
Dallas Pretty and Shane Todhunter
Sep 28, 2017
New Member Talk by Dallas and Membership Update by Shane
Laura Dixon
Oct 05, 2017
Club Aseemby - No guests for this meeting
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The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen present the 2nd Annual Tsawwassen SunFest Drive-In at Beach Grove Elementary playing field.

EVENT TYPE: Drive-In (walk-ins welcome, too!)

MOVIE: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

Former scientist Galen Erso lives on a farm with his wife and young daughter, Jyn. His peaceful existence comes crashing down when the evil Orson Krennic takes him away from his beloved family. Many years later, Galen becomes the Empire's lead engineer for the most powerful weapon in the galaxy, the Death Star. Knowing that her father holds the key to its destruction, Jyn joins forces with a spy and other resistance fighters to steal the space station's plans for the Rebel Alliance.

Reserve your FREE ticket at www.sunfestdrivein.com. Only vehicles with Reservations will be allowed to enter the grounds. 

TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fE_yHEerok

START TIME: Gates open at 6:30pm; show starts after sundown 8:15pm Please arrive early to park your car!

VENUE: Beach Grove Elementary School - 5955 17a Ave, Delta, BC

DRIVE-IN: Parking is on a first-come first-served basis so come early to get a spot. Movie audio for drive-in guests will be broadcast over FM radio.

WEBSITE: http://www.rotarytsawwassen.org/CalendarItem/Details?CalendarItemId=2302f070-67e4-498c-8869-8b9a78674e99
On Saturday, May 27th, four members of the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen raised $7,000 for The Rotary Foundation by jumping out of a plane 12,000 ft above the ground. With matching grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Government of Canada the $7,000 raised will turn into a $35,000 donation towards ending Polio. These funds will help immunize close to 350,000 children against this horrific disease. Shane Todhunter, Vickii Paramanathan, Elizabeth Wagner, and Randy Bilesky took the courageous leap with the support of Skydive Vancouver’s staff. “What an exhilarating way to support a cause I care so much about” stated Todhunter after he landed, and said he would have loved to do it again.
The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen partners with various International Organizations to eradicate Polio. As of June 2014, there are only 3 countries in the world where there are still cases of Polio reported each year. Rotary’s goal is to see polio wiped from the face of the world within the next few years.
On Saturday, June 10th soap box derby enthusiasts, builders, and drivers congregated along 6th avenue in Tsawwassen to take part in the 2nd annual Soap Box Derby hosted by the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen in partnership with the Corporation of Delta. Over 1500 spectators watched 45 soap box drivers ages nine to twelve zoom down the 600+ foot track to compete against one another to find out who would be crowned this year’s soap box derby grand champion, and be awarded the 1st place Trophy. The trophy was claimed by Vanessa Costa racing for Shpak and Co as she recorded the fastest time of the afternoon. Rory Brown, driver for Swim Blue was awarded second place, and Luka Wiesel driving South West Mortgage clinched third. There were three new awards given out this year for Best Costume, Cart Design and Crowd Favourite. Jackson Yagin "the banana man" won best costume, Rat Rod Roxy cart for Go Green Pest Control won for best cart design, and Teagan Reid, driver for Scott Reid Plumbing won for Crowd Favourite. All riders were presented with a medal for participation, but went home with more than a medallion around their neck. They were also part of a great event that raised over $15,000 for the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen’s Community projects. Race coordinator Rick Lewall said "it was a great day, and I'm already anticipating next years race" The Rotary club of Tsawwassen would like to thank all of the drivers, sponsors, volunteers, and the Corporation of Delta for making this years Derby such a success. 
The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen is currently looking for local Businesses wanting to sponsor a Kart in this years Soap Box Derby. Last year over four hundred plus people watched forty-three racers ages nine to thirteen zoom down the 400 foot track to compete against one another and find out who would be crowned the soap box derby champion. First place was claimed by two local speedsters; Noah Boisvert racing for Scott Walker and Associates, and Riley Smithurst representing Hillmar Industries LTD. Teagan Douglas, driver for Randy's Tire Craft took home second place, and Sophia Schallig driving MK Delta Land Group’s cart clinched third. Awards were also given to the top three best designed carts, which were decided by the viewers of the race. First place was won by Scott Reid Plumbing and Heating, second place went to Delta Optimist, and third place was won by Randy’s Tire Craft. Will this be your year?
If you're a young family looking for a great community event, look no further. Please join us on Saturday, April the 15th at Diefenbaker Park from 9am to 12pm for our annual Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt. Attractions will include Face Painters, Balloon Artists, Bouncy Castle, Petting Zoo, Cookie Decorating, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. The Breakfast will be from 9am to 12pm, and the Easter egg Hunt will start around 11am. Please contact pr@rotarytsawwassen.org if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you there. 
The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen was well represented at the recent Million Dollar Dinner to raise funds for The Rotary Foundation. The goal was to raise $1,000,000 in cash and future donations to work on the 6 key areas of focus that Rotary is known for. There were over 15 club members represented and donations from our club alone exceeded $1,400,000 Two major highlights of the evening included a keynote address from our current RI President who left the audience inspired to continue and appreciated for our existing efforts. The second highlight was the check presentation where $3,313,163 in cash and commitments from members in both Districts 5040 and 5050 were presented RI President John Germ. 
What a success! This years Gift of Light celebration was a perfect way to celebrate the Holidays. Their was a wonderful turnout from our community who came out to listen to the Delta Community Choir, decorate ginger bread cookies, roast marsh mellows by the fire, take a ride in the Carriage pulled by 2 beautiful Perch Ron horses, enjoy Hot Chocolate, Popcorn, Face Painting, and let Santa know what they would like for Christmas. For more pictures of the event, please follow the link to our Facebook page.