Rotary

L-R: Rotary Club of Trail President Bruce Fawcett; Salvation Army Officers Andrew and Olivia Sweet; Richard Fish, Rotary President Elect; and Rotary Carol Festival Co-ordinator Ardith White with the $2,270 presentation cheque for the Salvation Army in lieu of the Carol Festival. Photo: Submitted

Rotary Club of Trail hopeful to carol this year

In the meantime, Rotary Bingo raises money for locals in-need

 

Foundation Board Director, Paul Butler (centre, left), accepted this donation from Rotary Club of Rossland representative, Mike Ramsey (left), Rotary Club of Trail President, Bruce Fawcett (centre, right), and Rotary Club of Waneta Sunshine representative, Maddy Harlamovs (right).

Rotarians donate to Kootenay-Boundary respiratory care

Funds will be used to help treat sleep apnea at KBRH

 

Trail Rotarians, blooming volunteers and Take a Hike students came together the first week of November to plant almost 1,000 bulbs that will surely beautify the city this coming spring. Photo: Submitted

Growing an inclusive Trail community, one bulb at a time

Students, volunteers and Rotarians planted 1,000 bulbs around Trail to blossom in the spring

 

Online Rotary bingo has proven incredibly popular since its launch last year in Golden. Now local Rotary clubs have to decide who to give the proceeds to.

Rossland Rotary Club looks for bingo beneficiaries

If you have a worthy cause, you might be able to tap funding from online bingo games.

  • Jul 19, 2021
Online Rotary bingo has proven incredibly popular since its launch last year in Golden. Now local Rotary clubs have to decide who to give the proceeds to.
Rotary eClub of Waneta Sunshine, alongside members from the Kootenay Native Plant Society and Trail Wildlife Association, joined together for a day of planting at Fort Shepherd. The Waneta Sunshine eClub was granted funds through an Express Grant from District 5080 to plant 50 shrubs which support pollinator opportunities at Fort Shepherd. Photos: Submitted

Kootenay conservation partners plant pollinator ‘superfoods’ at Fort Shepherd

TLC welcomes community groups to Fort Shepherd who would like to help local ecosystems thrive

Rotary eClub of Waneta Sunshine, alongside members from the Kootenay Native Plant Society and Trail Wildlife Association, joined together for a day of planting at Fort Shepherd. The Waneta Sunshine eClub was granted funds through an Express Grant from District 5080 to plant 50 shrubs which support pollinator opportunities at Fort Shepherd. Photos: Submitted
Trail Rotary Club president Cam Rauschenberger presented a cheque for $5,000 to Sanctuary staff Linda Benedict and Cassie Dunn. Photo: Submitted

Rotary funds help Sanctuary restart

Rotary donation is from proceeds of Rotary’s Friday night Bingo games held on Facebook

Trail Rotary Club president Cam Rauschenberger presented a cheque for $5,000 to Sanctuary staff Linda Benedict and Cassie Dunn. Photo: Submitted
Trail Community in Bloom volunteers dug into a new project in Shaver’s Bench on Friday. Photo: Submitted

Let’s bring on the tomatoes, Trail!

The 23-unit complex called the Senior Citizens Villa is located on 7th Avenue in Shaver’s Bench

Trail Community in Bloom volunteers dug into a new project in Shaver’s Bench on Friday. Photo: Submitted
Lucky winner June Hills, of Trail, netted $5,083 playing @RotaryCommunityOnlineBingo on Friday night via Facebook. Photo: Submitted

Trail player wins big jackpot in Rotary Community Online Bingo

Cards for regular games go on sale every Sunday

Lucky winner June Hills, of Trail, netted $5,083 playing @RotaryCommunityOnlineBingo on Friday night via Facebook. Photo: Submitted
Rotary Club Community Bingo goes every Friday night, purchase tickets online.

Rotary community Bingo growing by leaps and bounds

It’s been so popular, that the Rotary clubs have the difficult task of sharing the funds raised

Rotary Club Community Bingo goes every Friday night, purchase tickets online.
Close to 30 vehicles with supporters turned out at the 100-Rosslanders who care presentation at Red Mountain.

Rotary hosts ‘100 Rosslanders Who Care’ presentation

Rossland Society for Environmental Action awarded grand prize at the Rotary fundraiser

Close to 30 vehicles with supporters turned out at the 100-Rosslanders who care presentation at Red Mountain.
The Rotary’s gazebo is located on the picturesque west-side of the Columbia River near the Trail walking bridge. Photo: Submitted

Sunny day for roof repairs in Trail Rotary Park

Rotary started with a first club in Chicago, in 1905 …

The Rotary’s gazebo is located on the picturesque west-side of the Columbia River near the Trail walking bridge. Photo: Submitted
Hoist a pint to Rossland Rotary this Friday in celebration of their 70th birthday. Photo: Submitted.

Raise a glass to Rossland Rotary: celebrating 70 years

Support your local cafes/restaurants/pubs on Friday and let Rossland Rotary buy you a beverage

Hoist a pint to Rossland Rotary this Friday in celebration of their 70th birthday. Photo: Submitted.
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Trail Rotary donates to Salvation Army

Covid canceled the Rotary’s Choirfest fundraiser

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The Rossland Rotary is banding together, while staying six-feet apart, for another community fundraiser this holiday season with the ‘100 Rosslanders Who Care project’. Photo: Submitted

Rotary seeks 100 Rosslanders Who Care!

“One Hundred Rosslanders Who Care” each pledge $100 to fund a community project

The Rossland Rotary is banding together, while staying six-feet apart, for another community fundraiser this holiday season with the ‘100 Rosslanders Who Care project’. Photo: Submitted
Rotarians from the Trail Rotary Club brightened up the Columbia View Lodge courtyard with Christmas lights and decorations earlier this month, leaving a special message for residents: ‘The People of Trail are thinking of you’. Photo: Submitted.

Rotary lights up courtyard and brightens day at Trail seniors home

Rotary provided an early Christmas present for residents at Columbia View Lodge

Rotarians from the Trail Rotary Club brightened up the Columbia View Lodge courtyard with Christmas lights and decorations earlier this month, leaving a special message for residents: ‘The People of Trail are thinking of you’. Photo: Submitted.
Members of the Creston Valley Rotary Club pose for a picture outside of Jordan’s Cabin following some preservation work. (Dave Handy photo)

Rotarians preserve Jordan’s Cabin in Kootenay Pass

Ed Jordan lived in the cabin up Kootenay Pass from Creston from 1923 to 1942.

  • Sep 1, 2020
Members of the Creston Valley Rotary Club pose for a picture outside of Jordan’s Cabin following some preservation work. (Dave Handy photo)
Community Engagement Chair for the Rotary Club of Trail, Mike Patterson, provided a $500 donation for pet food to the Trail United Church food bank. The pet food in the picture is from community pet food donations and includes food purchased by the food bank, knowing that the funding was coming from Trail Rotary. (Submitted photo)

Trail Rotary donates to furry friends in need

To learn more about the Rotary Club of Trail, visit their website at www.trailrotary.com

Community Engagement Chair for the Rotary Club of Trail, Mike Patterson, provided a $500 donation for pet food to the Trail United Church food bank. The pet food in the picture is from community pet food donations and includes food purchased by the food bank, knowing that the funding was coming from Trail Rotary. (Submitted photo)