April 29, 2022
Raise a Flag for our community in 2022
Local residents and businesses in South Delta can celebrate national pride in their neighbourhoods and on their street fronts with a flag of Canada planted on their front lawn for a week around each of two holidays in 2022. The fee will contribute to services to make our community of Ladner and Delta a better place to live, work and play.
With a donation towards community service projects, the Rotary Clubs of Ladner and Tsawwassen will plant a Canadian flag, on a 10-foot pole, on your lawn or in your garden around Canada Day and Remembrance Day as a display of community and national pride for a donation of $60 for the season. Then they will remove the flags.
Delta residents help people in need with Shred A Thon
At home, people in our community less able to afford the rapidly rising cost of food for themselves and their families, and in Ukraine and nearby countries, millions of desperate residents and refugees struggling to survive, will benefit from the Rotary Club of Ladner's Spring Shred-A-Thon on Saturday, April 2, 2022. -- photos by Chris Offer
Service above self for fellow member recognized
Long time Ladner Rotarian, Irene Forcier, who has been on extended leave for health reasons, recognizes the generous support of fellow club member, Avis Glaze, for her ongoing service above self, with a Paul Harris Fellow Award.
Irene says, "Avis has for a very long time, gone the full length of the course, cheering me on and checking on me, in between cooking, shopping, driving and adding support that is critical to my healing in my very eventful life. I want her to proudly wear a Paul Harris fellow. Her service above self has made a world of difference to me and I am truly grateful."
Rotary global Ukraine relief fund nearing US$10 million
As of April 18, 2022 Rotary's global Disaster Response Fund for the Ukraine has reached $9.5 million. The funds will support locally-led relief efforts underway by Rotary clubs in Ukraine and neighboring countries. More information about this crisis and Rotary's response.
US$7 million humanitarian relief to date for Ukraine through Rotary
Rotary International CEO John Hewko reports that, as of April 5, 2022, Rotary has raised over US$7 million to support clubs responding to the war in Ukraine, thanks to the many Rotary members and others for their generosity during this humanitarian crisis. Thank you to Delta residents and sponsors who supported our Ladner Rotary Shred A Thon on April 2, 2022 contributing to this cause.
Children and Youth with development needs served at REACH
Since 1959 Reach Child and Youth Development Society has been providing programs and child development and therapy services to special needs children and their families in Delta, Surrey and Langley, B.C. Reach provides a variety of programs and services designed to meet the needs of children to ensure their optimum development. Ladner Rotary has had a long relationship with Ladner-based Reach, formerly at its location near Boundary Bay Airport, as one of the first sponsors of the $5.7 million Lois E. Jackson Kinsmen Centre for Children adjacent to Memorial Park, and as sponsors of the Ladner Rotary Splash Park next door, both partially or equally sponsored by the City of Delta.
Here2Help helps ensure your healthcare wishes
Here2Help supports patients and their care partners navigate the healthcare system through education and advocacy. It provides compassionate and personalized service to a wide variety of clients to achieve better health outcomes and direct healthcare when they cannot, much like one might do through others with power of attorney in legal and financial matters.
High school takes progressive approach to education
York Region District School Board, near Toronto, has transformed, from its earlier, narrow, internal focus to its now robust, continually evolving and sophisticated organization, in the 16 years Dr. Bill Hogarth served as Director of Education. Dr. Hogarth has been successful in advocating not only for York Region students, but for public education as a cornerstone of all healthy communities. 
Over the years his passion for student success was equalled only by the drive to seek new alternatives and innovative partnerships that improve the experience of student learning and the evolutionary nature of education. Due to breakthrough thinking, ideas and programs were sought after extensively throughout Canada and beyond, bringing a breath of experience acquired from educational systems throughout the world.
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Delta Community Literacy - Decoda Literacy Solutions
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Lunch at the Coast followed by a Tour and dessert at Rotarian Shirvan's greenhouse on Arthur Drive.
Apr 30, 2024
"Ignite the Light" - Foundation for Artistic Expression, aka "FAE"
May 07, 2024
Updates on their proposed new local Facility and their International reach on Dog Breeding Research.
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Ladner (Delta)
Service Above Self
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Coast Tsawwassen Inn
1665 – 56th Street
Delta, BC V4L 2B2
Ladner Rotary meets every Tuesday noon at the Coast Tsawwassen Inn
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