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KidSport Dodgeball Tournament

Who doesn’t love a good game of dodgeball – especially when it’s to support a fantastic local cause? Our Community Service committee hosted a Dodgeball Tournament at Pitt River Middle School on Friday, May 8 to help raise money for Tri-Cities KidSport, so that all children in the Tri-Cities can enjoy the fun and benefits of organized sports.

Overall, nearly 100 participants came together to raise a grand total of $1,168.36 for the cause! Thank you to all of our players for coming out and supporting us #SoAllKidsCanPlay!

Check out photos from the event on our Facebook page.

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2nd Annual Burger & Beverage Night [Ad]

Burger & Beverage Night Fundraiser Poster
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FRIDAY JULY 25, doors open at 6:30pm
CAT & FIDDLE PUB
(1979 Brown Street, Port Coquitlam)
TICKETS: $15.00 (includes burger and beverage)

Back by popular demand is our second annual pub night fundraiser at the Cat and Fiddle Pub in Port Coquitlam. Once again, for $15 you can enjoy your choice of burger (beef, chicken, or veggie) and beverage (highball, beer, or wine). Proceeds will support our club’s service initiatives for the upcoming year, both in the local community and abroad.

There will also be hosting a 50/50 draw with proceeds supporting Kidsport BC! We are looking forward to spending an evening with everyone!

** Contact any Tri-Cities Rotaract member for tickets, or email us at info@tricitiesrotaract.org

Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Seniors Tea

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Chris, Kevin, Brianne, Rasmeet and Jessica volunteering at Hawthorne Centre.

 

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Members of our club spent the afternoon of Saturday, March 22 visiting with seniors at Hawthorne Centre in Port Coquitlam. In addition to serving tea and snacks, we also made them cards to ring in the spring season, and our very own Jessica entertained them by playing the violin. Thank you to Chris M., Kevin, Brianne and Rasmeet for also volunteering their time!

 

 

 

Thanksgiving Lunch

Stuffing candy bags at our meeting to give to the guests.
Stuffing candy bags at our meeting to give to the guests.

Often we have so much to be thankful for during the Thanksgiving season that we forget about others in our community who may be less fortunate. This year, our members were determined to spend the long weekend doing something valuable for the community, and we were very fortunate invited by the Rotary Club of Port Coquitlam Centennial to help out with a Thanksgiving lunch held in Port Coquitlam in partnership with St. Catherine’s Anglican Church.

Emi and Ryan working on the mashed potatoes.
Emi and Ryan working on the mashed potatoes.

Preparations began the week before at our October 10 meeting, when we stuffed bags of candy to give out to guests. Then on Thanksgiving Monday, we were up bright and early to help the Rotarians and members of the church prepare a menu of roast turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, salad, and pie. We also had the honor of serving the meal to the guests.

We were so happy to be able to spend part of Thanksgiving giving back to the community – thank you to the Port Coquitlam Rotary and to St. Catherine’s Church for allowing us to help out!

Janelle, Kimberley, Adam, Emi, Jordan, Ryan, Eric and Chris H. getting ready to serve lunch!
Janelle, Kimberley, Adam, Emi, Jordan, Ryan, Eric and Chris H. getting ready to serve lunch! (Missing from photo: Chris A.)

Burger & Beverage Pub Night

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Our first-ever pub night event at Port Coquitlam’s Cat and Fiddle Pub on Friday, July 5 was a fantastic success, with the event being a complete sell-out! For $15, our friends and guests enjoyed their choice of burger and beverage. We also held a 50/50 raffle and a toonie toss to raise additional money. A grand total of $1554 was raised from the event. Thank you to everyone who supported us that evening – your donations will make a difference both in our community and around the world!

Canada Day Booth

Sarah and Rasmeet showing off their Canadian pride at our booth.
Sarah and Rasmeet showing off their Canadian pride at our booth.

The Tri-Cities Rotaract Club spent the afternoon of Canada Day 2013 at Castle Park in Port Coquitlam running an activity booth for the kids. Games, tattoos and other fun giveaways were part of the attraction. We had a great time spending the day with residents of the Tri-Cities and celebrating our country’s 146th birthday!

View more photos from the day on our Facebook page.

Port Moody Centennial Parade

Rasmeet, Chris, Eric and Kimberley representing our club in the parade.
Rasmeet, Chris, Eric and Kimberley representing our club in the parade.

We were extremely honoured to have the opportunity to participate with dozens of other well-known organizations from the Tri-Cities in the Port Moody Centennial Parade on June 22, 2013. Over 100 years of Port Moody’s past, present, and future were represented in the event, which ran from the Port Moody Civic Centre down Murray Street to Rocky Point Park.

View the photos from the parade on our Facebook page.

Burger & Beverage Pub Night [Ad]

The Tri-Cities Rotaract Club is pleased to be hosting our first pub night fundraiser on Friday, July 5. For $15, enjoy your choice of a delicious beef, chicken or veggie burger, and a sleeve of beer, highball or wine at the Cat & Fiddle Pub in Port Coquitlam (1979 Brown St). All proceeds support our club’s local and international service projects!

We will also be hosting a 50/50 raffle as well as a toonie toss!

For tickets, ask any member of the Rotaract club or email us at tri.rotaract@gmail.com. We look forward to having a great time with you on July 5! Doors open at 6:30pm.

Click here for the Facebook event.

Click to view hi-res event poster.
Click to view hi-res event poster.

Tri-Cities Rotary Clubs Installations

Our Vice President, Eric, and President, Kimberley, with outgoing Port Moody president Al Stjernegaard.
Our Vice President, Eric, and President, Kimberley, with outgoing Port Moody president Al Stjernegaard.

The past few weeks have been busy ones for the Rotary Clubs in the Tri-Cities area, with all four clubs hosting their Installation nights for their incoming Presidents. First up on July 4, our official sponsor club, the Rotary Club of Port Moody, bid farewell to outgoing president Al Stjernegaard. Al has played a tremendous part in the creation of the Tri-Cities Rotaract. His support and guidance over the past few months is very much appreciated, and we now have a group of over 30 vibrant, enthusiastic members. We cannot thank him enough for all the hard work he has done for us, but we wish him all the best and look forward to working with the new president of the Port Moody Rotary Club, Jon Dominy!

Eric, John, Camilla and Jordan with Port Coquitlam Centennial Rotarian Karly Simms.
Eric, John, Camilla and Jordan with Port Coquitlam Centennial Rotarian Karly Simms.

We would also like to congratulate Jim Fitzpatrick, incoming President of the Rotary Club of Coquitlam Sunrise, Harry Tubbs, incoming President of the Rotary Club of Coquitlam, and Angela Anderson, incoming President of the Rotary Club of Port Coquitlam Centennial, on their Installations! A special thank you to the Port Coquitlam Centennial club, who graciously donated a $300 cheque to the Tri-Cities Rotaract Club during their ceremony. It is wonderful to know that we have the support of not just one, but four Rotary clubs in the area!

Kimberley and Eric with incoming Coquitlam Sunrise President Jim Fitzpatrick.
Kimberley and Eric with incoming Coquitlam Sunrise President Jim Fitzpatrick.

 

Eric and Eli with incoming Port Coquitlam Centennial President, Angela Anderson.
Eric and Eli with incoming Port Coquitlam Centennial President, Angela Anderson.
Incoming Rotary Club of Coquitlam President, Harry Tubbs.
Incoming Rotary Club of Coquitlam President, Harry Tubbs.