Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The amazing local Nathan Pawluck helps out local Rotary capture some amazing club and fundraising moments.
Malnutrition is a critical, global problem that impacts millions of vulnerable children each year. It kills more than twice as many children as HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. Yet, there is a cost effective and proven solution that can eradicate severe … Read More
Tri-club donation to the Palliative Care Unit at Shuswap Lake General Hospital. The three Rotary Clubs in Salmon Arm, the Salmon Arm Rotary Club, the Salmon Arm Daybreak Rotary Club and the Shuswap Rotary Club, have joined together to make a … Read More
The Rotary Clubs of the Shuswap 70th Anniversary celebration was Saturday, July 23rd, 2016. This video encapsulates that day of celebration and friendship as we joined together to thank our community for their support! Past President of Salmon Arm Rotary Club, Warne … Read More
As well as high school and college scholarships, Rotary has been involved since 2000 in the annual Shuswap Music Festival by awarding “Best of the Fest” prizes in the Piano, Voice, and Strings categories. The Shuswap Music Festival is … Read More
The children and young-at-heart of Salmon Arm and beyond play at the brand new playground at Blackburn Park, donated after many hours of fundraising.
For many years, we have been funding scholarships for local high school and college students. Depending on funds available, these scholarships have amounted to somewhere between $11,000 and $22,000 annually. In addition to its commitment to education, Rotary’s principles and … Read More
In October 2014 the Salmon Arm Rotary Club, in partnership with Askew’s Foods, launched a school lunch program for children in need of daily lunch assistance at elementary schools. The program provided assistance to children from Falkland, Enderby, Salmon Arm, … Read More
Youth Exchange, an international Rotary-wide program where we send one or more of our local high school students on a year-long foreign exchange, and in return welcome and host a student from a different country into our own community.