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Guest Speaker Peter Imhof

Guest Speaker

Peter Imhof

The Holocaust Symposium

Peter firmly believes that in order to prevent addiction in the future, we must work with families and strengthen them so they can provide a safe and nurturing home for their children.

Peter Imhof came to Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada in 2001 from Germany. After working almost ten years in technical research and development, he joined Family Centre as Family Support Manager in 2012 and took on the role as Executive Director in 2014. Family Centre is a non-profit organization that offers prevention and early intervention services to strengthen families and parents with a particular focus on care-givers of young children. Peter is passionate about making a difference for our community. He is a chartering member of the Mosaic Rotary Club, works through Family Centre on preparing a strong future for our community, and has recently found something new to be excited about: social entrepreneurship.

Discon 2021 Guest Speakers
Guest Speakers DISCON 2021
VALARIE WAFER | Rotary International Director 2020-22
CHRISTINA HASSAN | Co-Founder FullSoul Canada
I am so excited to introduce these two fantastic Rotarians as part of the dynamic line up of speakers for DisCon2021. Both Valarie and Christina have been serving in Rotary in a variety of positions and have a deep knowledge of what it means to navigate through these changing time and serve with impact. 
The Power of RotaryOur real-life examples of how Rotary has inspired the way we live, work, and serve as we navigate our own new worlds.
Take a sneak peek at Christina's video introduction to see what is coming! "CHRISTINA'S" VIDEO"
Just three weeks to go before we gather for our annual district conference on Saturday, May 01, 2021. This year's virtual event promises to be an engaging and vibrant gathering of all ages. If you haven't already registered, there is no time like the present to take click and connect! REGISTER

Come visit the DisCon 2021 website for more details and information.

See you at DisCon 2021 - a chance to connect the family of Rotary, and navigate a new world together!
Mary Turner DG
2021 Virtual Convention
Rotary Opens Opportunities

Registration is open! Don’t miss your chance to connect with Rotary members at the 2021 Virtual Convention: Rotary Opens Opportunities which will take place from 12 through 16 June 2021.

Enjoy a special rate of $49 through 7 May 2021. After that, the registration fee is $65.

You can also join us early at a preconvention, 10-11 June, for Intercountry Committees, Rotaract, and Rotary Youth Exchange officers. Each preconvention will cost an additional $20.

The 2021 Virtual Rotary Convention and preconventions are open to all Rotary members and participants and include access to the virtual House of Friendship.

Don’t forget to visit the convention event page on Facebook to connect with others and stay up-to-date on event news and program highlights!

Register today and save!
TRF Gala Tailgate Party
TRF Gala Fundraising snd Tailgate Party
Danielle Smith, the former leader of the opposition and leader of the Wildrose Party, will be our special guest for the District 5360 TRF Tailgate Party after the TRF Gala on May 12. Danielle will be available to answer questions and talk about the issues that are affecting Alberta during these challenging times.
Register for the TRF Gala on May 12 for access to the Tailgate Party and to help support the Rotary Foundation. Our help is needed more than ever to do good. This is our Call to Action!
Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 8:00 pm ET
(6:00pm MT)
The Rotary Foundation Gala will be a ~60-minute fast-paced virtual Fundraiser designed to fundraise for both the Annual Funds and PolioPlus.
Our Gala evening will feature a "Red Carpet" pre-show that kicks off at 8:00 pm ET sharp hosted by Rotary International's first female President, Jennifer Jones! Master of Ceremonies, Past RI Director Jeffry Cadorette, will host the variety show featuring distinguished speakers, entertainers, inspiring stories about service supported by TRF and much more!
Tickets to the virtual event are available by clicking this link and are USD$110 plus applicable fees, of which $100 is a fully credited donation to TRF.  You get a charitable tax receipt and 100 Paul Harris Fellowship points, and your District gets credit towards their Foundation goals.
Your participation allows Rotarians, clubs and Districts to DO MORE GOOD. Donations are directed 75% to the Annual Fund of TRF and 25% to the PolioPlus fund.
Rotary/Ambrose University Strategic Marketing
What Does the Future of Rotary Look Like ???
How can we attract the right people to our club?

What are low, or no cost ways to share our club's work with the public?
One group of students will reveal their plan for a new type of Rotary Club called "Rotary 21" . 
These students are bringing a fresh perspective to some recurring Rotary questions, and we guarantee you'll be surprised with what they have to tell you. We invited 18 people (with no prior knowledge of Rotary) to interact with us, to learn about our clubs and give us honest feedback about what they saw. Whether you originally intended to attend or not - you might want to give the presentation a watch.
Protecting the Environment
Protecting the Environment: Practical Ideas for Clubs to Consider
Our upcoming Club Learning Webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 5th from 7 to 8 PM. Registration is available to you by visiting the District website. Click on events and open the calendar to May 5th. Open that link and register. Upon registration you will receive a confirmation.
Or you can follow the link below
Brian Callaghan
Rotary International Vision
Rotary International's Vision says that, "Together we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the globe, in our communities and in ourselves." 

As People of Action, Rotarians are called to help build and strengthen our local communities. One way we can do that is by sharing our knowledge, skills and experience with others..

Please join us on Saturday, May 15th from 1:00 - 4:00 PM for a virtual workshop where a few Rotarians will share their career and financial management best practices and advice with our local youth.

To register for the Career and Financial Management Workshop, please go to the District website home page, click on the "Events" tab and then click on the "Club and District Calendar". Scroll to May 15th, click the Workshop link, fill in the Zoom registration form and hit "Send". You will then receive a confirmation email containing your personal link to join the workshop.
Hoping you can join us for this inaugural event targeted at our youth!
Monthly Coffee Info
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