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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mission (AM)!

Mission Morning

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Cedarbrooke Chateau
Suite MN-32331 Seventh Ave, Mission, BC V2V 6T7
Conference Room
Mission (Mail: Box 3093, Mission), BC  V2V 4J3
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Tomorrow the Rotary Clubs of Mission lead the students of a Grade 7 Leadership groupthrough the process of Ethical Decision Making based on the Four Way Test. The students have come up with “Scenarios” of situations in which they found themselves in a situation and did not know what to do. We lead them through the process using the 4 Way Test to choose what is the best thing to do. 
At the Welton Towers board meeting, we presented the plaque for benches purchased through the morning Rotary Club donation. Mission Sunrise Rotary chooses to play a role in providing seniors in our community with a home they can enjoy.
When there are no words...Lloyd we are here for you.
 

Michael Alan Rash

August 5, 1968 – February 19, 2019
Michael Alan Rash, passed away suddenly at his home on Tuesday, February 19th at 50 years old. He was born on August 5th, 1968 in Mission, BC. He was employed as a heavy equipment operator in the Lower Mainland. Mike is survived by his parents Lloyd (Gae) Rash and Donna Rash, his brother Mark (Veronica), two children Paige and Dennis and his many relatives, friends and coworkers. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, March 10th at 2:00pm at the Fraser Valley Mennonite Church, 32860 Cherry Avenue, Mission BC V2V 2T9.
 
https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/mission-bc/michael-rash-8185420
 
Polio?  Not here!  But wait... it is almost eradicated - but not quite! Since it still exists in the world, it is only a plane ride away! Help us in the final push to end this crippling disease world wide in this fun event - remember, every $1.00 you give becomes $5.00 thanks to the 2 for 1 matching of the dollars by the Canadian Government and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. We did it with Smallpox!  And we can do it with Polio.  Join us and together we can make a difference!
Our Second Annual 10,000 Steps to End Polio Walk is scheduled for the end of this month.  The day is:  Saturday, October 27th from 9 - 12 pm at Fraser River Heritage Park.
Last few days to get tickets before the "Early Bird" draw. Win a 2 nights out at Rowena's Inn on the River. What a fantastic opportunity to get out an be there to watch some eagles. This poster highlights some of our very generous sponsors. Don't forget to support this local pillars of our community. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/rotary-winter-gala-tickets-48181285522
District Governor Linda Murray and Area Governor Mike Adkins, pictured here with President Bill Tyler, joined us for breakfast today and she shared her vision for Rotary.

Maybe you have heard the story about the Starfish.  About the little girl who walked the beach littered with thousands of dying starfish, throwing one at a time back to the ocean.  When told that it was hopeless and could never make a difference she said as she threw another starfish:  “Well it made a difference to that one.” 

 
 
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