We meet every Thursday at 7:15am at the Beach Grove Golf Club (5946 12 Avenue, Tsawwassen).
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Mar 23, 2017
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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. 
RESIDENTS OF TSAWWASSEN WE NEED YOUR HELP. Every year our Club teams up with Operation Red Nose to keep our streets safe during the holiday season, but we still need more volunteers. If you have an evening free, and are willing to dedicate your time, please click here to find out more information on how to register. 
The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen invites you to join us as we celebrate peace in our families, our workplace, our schools and our community.
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The United Nations has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. We have every right to be proud of Delta as a peaceful community and we believe this is worth celebrating.
Rotary and Community leaders are planning to celebrate living in this, our Peaceful Community. On Wednesday, September 21st. at 4.30 p.m. at the Peace Pole in Rotary Square at the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall, members of the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen,  Tsawwassen First Nations and the Delta Community will come together for a short time to celebrate peace as we know it and share our hopes for a peaceful world.
Please let us know by September 10th, if you can join us for this Rotary Community Peace Day celebration. There will be light refreshments and an opportunity to meet together to share ways we can make the world a better place.
Yours in Peace, 
Vickii Paramanathan
Rotarian Chair for Peace Day
Rotary Club of Tsawwassen.
Tsawwassen Starlight Spectacular, and outdoor Movie Night at Diefenbaker Park on Saturday, August 13th

Attention all families and friends, join The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen on Saturday, August 13th from 3pm till late for this years Annual Starlight Spectacular at Diefenbaker Park in Tsawwassen. This year their will be such attractions as:
- Walk on water with Vancouver Party Works Interactive
- Euro Bungee
- Safari experience
- Extreme Slide
- Sno Cone Machine
- Carnival games such as Bottle ring bushel basket Toss, tic tac toe, tipsy 12 pin knock down, face painting and balloon popping

And most importantly a late night movie that the whole family will enjoy. ...

This is the perfect afternoon and evening event for families their kids.

If you have any questions in regard to the event, please do not hesitate to contact pr@rotarytsawwassen.org.

See you there!!!!
The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen is once again sponsoring the annual Rotary Parade at the Tsawwassen Sun Festival on Monday August 1, 2016. The Rotary Parade typically attracts over 12,000 excited spectators from across the Lower Mainland and Point Roberts. The theme for the 2016 Rotary Parade and the Tsawwassen Sun Festival is all about the  "CLOWNS". 
The Rotary Parade is a fun family parade that starts at the corner of 16th Ave and 56th Street in Tsawwassen at 11:00 am. The Rotary Parade runs south along 56Th Street to Winskill Park. The viewing of the parade is on the west side of 56th Street only as the east side is open to local traffic.    
If you are interested in entering your group or float, you can register for the Rotary Parade at the following link. The Rotary Parade Registration is on-line only.   http://sunfestparade.ca/registrationForm.php   The registration deadline is July 22nd
If you have any questions as to the Rotary Parade, please email to the Rotary Parade Committee at;  rotaryparade@rotarytsawwassen.org
This past Saturday, soap box derby enthusiasts, builders, and drivers congregated along 6th avenue in Tsawwassen to take part part in the Inaugural Soap Box Derby hosted by the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen in partnership with the Corporation of Delta. Over five hundred people watched forty-three racers ages nine to twelve zoom down the 600+ foot track to compete against one another and find out who would be crowned this year’s 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. 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. Currently Rotary is teaming up with Delta Parks and Rec to build a water fountain and stair counter at Fred Gingell Park onEnglish Bluff Road. Trophies were also given to the top three best-designed carts, which were decided by the spectators. First place was won by Scott Reid Plumbing and Heating, second place went to the Delta Optimist, and third place was won by Randy’s Tire Craft. Race Director, Rob Watts was “very pleased with turn out, and amazed how many local businesses and Tsawwassen patrons supported the event”. He also mentioned “next year we want to add more drivers, and make sure we’re able to provide a more exciting, and safe event for everyone involved.” A huge thanks must go out to all sponsors, volunteers, and Corporation of Delta. I am sure I speak for everyone when I say we cannot wait to see what’s in store for next year.