August 27, 2022
Rotary's global Health Care Worker Appreciation Week Aug 21 - 27 
More than two years into COVID-19, many people are feeling “pandemic fatigue”. Around the globe, more than 555 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported, according to the World Health Organization. Health care workers have continuously dedicated their time, energy, and skills to ensure our safety, often putting their own health at risk to do so, paying the price of their own physical and mental health amidst unrelenting demand and staff shortages. Rotary saluted the courage and commitment of our health care workers who have given up so much to treat those who have become ill and contain this disease. 
Rotary-led Rebuilding of Ukraine village after Russian bombing
Before Russia invaded Ukraine earlier this year there were 2,789 buildings in the village of Moshchun. After Russian artillery shelling there were 789 still standing. Left behind were 1,597 craters from shells. With the participation of Rotary clubs of the world, in partnership with Ukrainian state, the rebuilding of Moshchun has the aim of developing a symbol of happy, independent, modern Ukraine.
Special needs summer picnic bbq always popular
Ladner Rotarians hosted its annual special needs adults' picnic, with family and guardians in the South Delta Family Peer Support Group, at Rotary Park next to Delta City Hall on Sunday, August 14, 2022. The event included a bbq picnic lunch, games and socializing. Many members of the Group expressed their sincere appreciation to the club for the event which makes a difference in their lives. -- photos by Chris Offer
Delta Rotary clubs golf tournament
Lowest score foursome at the annual Rotary Tri-Club Golf Day August 18th among 17 golfers from the three clubs in Delta, Ladner, North Delta and Tsawwassen: (l to r) Jako Krushinisky, Tsawwassen, Denis Denischuk, Ladner, Teresa Marshall, North Delta, and Jerome Vermeulen, Tsawwassen
Education shapes hearts as well as minds
Rotary Club of Ladner member, Dr. Avis Glaze, has visited various countries as international education consultant to school systems and governments, including Scotland on many occasions over the past six years as a member of the Scottish government’s International Council of Education Advisers. In an article for Tes Global, which works with 25,000 schools in more than 100 countries, Avis is quoted as saying that the strength of an education system is that it shapes hearts as well as minds. She says, "Attainment is important but 'so are the kind of citizens you are creating'." 
Active life giving to Delta community for new member
Distribution and Warehouse Manager for the five Quest Food Exchange not-for-profit grocery market locations in Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby and North Vancouver, Brian Coe, a Ladner resident, who transferred to Ladner Rotary from Tsawwassen Rotary, earlier this year, gave his "classification" speech to our club on August 9, 2022.
Delta Police constable joins Ladner Rotary
The Delta Police constable now leading the Ladner Community Policing office, Geoff Young, became a member of Ladner Rotary on August 23rd. He replaces Ladner Rotarian of several years, Acting Sergeant Ken Kirk, who is now leading the Community Policing office in North Delta. Farewell to Ken and welcome to Geoff. Ladner Rotary President Guillermo Bustos applies the Rotary pin as part of the member induction ceremony.
Rotary District Grants make community service possible
District Grants allow Rotary and Rotaract clubs to identify, plan, and fund worthy projects in their own communities or internationally. Grants can fund improvements such as kitchen equipment for a food pantry, assistance for after-school programs, a defibrillator for a community centre, or renovations to an accessible playground.
Fortis BC Liquefied Natural Gas plant expansion advancing in Delta
Fortis BC is moving closer to expanding its Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in Delta's Tilbury Industrial Park. Will Zylmans, Community Relations Officer for Fortis BC, presented an update to Ladner Rotary on August 23rd.
May 21, 2024
Installation of President David Rushton and his Board of Directors
May 28, 2024
Paul will lead us through from A to Z of what a Pharmacist and a Pharmacy provides in a change world
Jun 04, 2024
TROPA, an international charity in support of marginalized children around the world.
Jun 11, 2024
Paula is a City of Delta Planner that is overseeing specific initiatives for the community of Ladner
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Upcoming Events
Installation Dinner - 67th President David Rushton
Coast Tsawwassen Inn
May 21, 2024
5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
May Days Parade (Float Decorating)
Walt Hayward
May 25, 2024
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
May Days Parade
May Days Parade Assembly Area
May 26, 2024
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
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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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