Bala recognized our club as the "Mother Ship" for Rotary in Burnaby.
Frank Peabody is the main point of contact and coordination for the clubs in Burnaby.
Rotary is changing and we must move with it. Websites are often the main point of contact with todays younger generation, so we need to keep it up to date and engaging.
District 5050 has started a passport club which meets once per month. More to come on this as it matures.
Fewer thatn 15% of Rotaractors join Rotary. RI is removing the upper age limit on Rotaract - you can stay forever.
RI goal is to double the number of Rotaractors by 2022 and one million by 2029
Metrotown club has started meeting at 5:30 instead of lunch time
Rotary Act of Kindness (thanks Val) has been approved by the Council of Legislation and is waiting for ratification
A two year partnership has been established with Toastmasters.
The Vancouver Rotary Club has committed to raise $6 million over the next few years to fund the hearing centre in the new Saint Paul's Hospital.