Club Meeting Info

Welcome to the little Club that does! For information, call (604) 740-5900
Check the Calendar or Speakers links above for our programs.

One Profits Most Who Serves Best


Service Above Self

Normally - 6:10 PM at the Driftwood; once a month off-site, see Calendar.
Pebbles Restaurant, Driftwood Motor Inn
5454 Trail Avenue
P.O. Box 2071
Sechelt, BC  V0N 3A0
District Site
Venue Map

Always check the News link above to your left.

 Great BBQ event last evening. Many thanks to Sandy and Don for hosting.
 The Rotary Club of Sechelt Strategic Plan Summary and Grants/Donation Policy are available to download under the Download section on the left.
 You can see photos of the Cam Turner Memorial bench at Trout Lake in the photo album to the left.

 You can now be proud of your trailer.

Check out the album to your left.

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Image Today (May 31)Rotarians Karen, Sandy and Tom staffed the Bike to Work booth in Sechelt, handing drinks, snacks, prizes, tickets to the win a bike contest and all around good cheer. Some of our visitors included these folks.

 Sunday, April 29 was bridge building day. You can see the result on our Facebook page by clicking the link below.

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 April 24 was a Guess Who is Coming to Dinner event.

You can see one of the tables in action on our Facebook page.

The link is just below. Or here.


 Sunshine Coast Gran Fondo Project

 The Rotary Club of Sechelt and Off the Edge Adventure Sports are exploring the idea of developing a Gran Fondo on the Coast.  The event would take place in September 2013. We need an expression of volunteer support to help staff the traffic management and support stations.

That's why we created a petition to Tom Pinfold, Rotary Club of Sechelt, President-elect, which says:

"Yes, I would be pleased to volunteer in support of  the Coast Gran Fondo in September 2013."

Sign petition here.

District Conference Site Information here.

 On Dec. 6, 2011,  Chatelech Interact partnered with Sechelt Rotary to produce a pancake breakfast for the Kids Christmas Crafts event sponsored by the Sechelt Downtown Business Association.


 Recently we lost Rotarian Cam Turner to his battle with cancer. You can see some of Cam's Rotary activities in the following slideshow.

 Tom and Marg attended the District 5040 Public Relations seminar on October 30. They learned a lot about PR at the Club, District and International levels. See the photos here..


End Polio Now is a major Rotary project.

Learn about it here.





 Engineering /Technologgy Scholarship for Sunshine Coast students at BCIT

The Rotary Club of Sechelt is pleased to contribute to an engineering/technology scholarship at BCIT for a Sunshine Coast student. Here is the latest recipient, Jessica Wheater and Mike Bakst, a Sunshine coaster whose hard work created the award.



 We welcome friends and guests to join the fun at our meetings.

Just drop in.

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Home Page Stories


Last evening we did our first highway cleanup for 2013, with oddly enough 13 highway cleaners present. 

The work was done quickly, leaving more time for fun and fellowship at the Roberts Creek Legion, where they

did us proud with their excellent food service. 

See the smiling Mike Ryan dealing with clean up students below. They respond quickly to his teaching.

We can only hope that Rotary in Oliver is ready to receive his smiles, jokes and teachings.

 Not long ago, the Coast Fiddlers visited one of our meetings for new recruits and presented their young up and coming fiddlers.

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