facebookWe’re an enthusiastic Rotary club of people from all walks of life that enjoy fellowship while fundraising for local and international youth and health oriented projects. Our short and long term goals are accomplished by being supportive of each other and our leadership; and by having fun in all our activities whether in small groups or when partnering with other organizations.
 
Our members often develop strong personal commitment to projects which ensure successful completion with utmost integrity.
 
The Salmon Arm Daybreak members are proud to belong to Rotary!  In the time since this club started, we have accomplished a significant number of goals.  Some of our past activities  include:  participation in the Rotary Cancer Lodge fund raising, building the Rotary Spray Park by City Hall in 2007, major contributor to the Little Mountain Field house; contributions to the Shuswap Lake General Hospital toward the CT scanner and some much-needed equipment for Pediatric Emergency. We host two large-scale annual events – Lobsterfest & Roktoberfest. The funds from these events go directly back into community improvement and charitable giving. (ex. Blackburn Playground, City Hall Spray Park)

20 years in the community
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Have Fun! Be Involved! Make a Difference! The Rotary Club of Salmon Arm Daybreak is celebrating 20 years of “Service Above Self” and we want to share a small look at just some of the projects... Read More

Happy New Year – and saying good-bye
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On Thursday, June 30th, we said good-bye to another Rotary year, ’til we meet again to a long time Rotarian, and welcome to the new executive team. Here’s what Jane Shirley, President 2015-2016, says as... Read More

Assistant District Governor comes to visit
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February 1, 2018 Penny Brown introduced Rob and Tammy Hislop who are being inducted as members this morning. George Eveneshen introduced Eric Hodson, a previous member of our club, who hopes to return as a member. President... Read More

Project Peanut Butter
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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... Read More