Today we welcomed 13 members as well as our 2 new club members inductees, Jim Miller and Ed Kwan.


* We are going to be having a Luminosity event in April. Make sure you respond to Diana's Evite sent a few days ago.

* Our Rotary district has a number of training sessions coming up this year, please visit the official website to learn more:

* Save the date! Our Hoopathon this year will be on April 27. Global TV and its news anchor's Chris Gailus and Ivonne Schalle have confirmed their participation again this year.


Rotary Moment

Frances will be doing the Rotary moment this month. To benefit youth projects in New Westminster, such as Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Adventure Programs, Youth Exchange and school hot lunch programs Rotary Clubs of Royal City and New Westminster are hosting the 24th Annual Pot of Gold Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at Mayfair Lakes Golf Club in Richmond.

Also benefitting from the proceeds of the tournament are the Salvation Army (New Westminster) and Lower Mainland Purpose Society, an alternative education facility for students experiencing challenges in the regular school system. 


Guest Speaker

We are very happy to induct our 2 newest members, Jim Miller and Ed Kwan.


Jim Miller has had a 20 year career in the biopharmaceutical industry. Among his many impressive achievements is the licensing of a molecule used to treat macular degeneration. Jim has been a Rotarian since 2003 and has been club president in Whistler.


Ed Kwan was born in Victoria and began his 30-year career in human resources with a number of BC based companies, including Dairyland, ICBC and Terasen Gas. Ed is passionate about sports. He plays hockey in two men's leagues, and he enjoys golfing, photography and cheering for the Canucks.


Thought of the day:

The best competition I have is against myself to become better. John Wooden

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