Russell Hampton
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Apr 30, 2020
ShelterBox and Rotary - 20 Years of Partnership and Success
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This Week and Last Week
As we continue to meet on Zoom, please be reminded that you can join the meeting this week and every week at  If you already have the Zoom app on your computer or mobile, you can enter the meeting ID directly: 602-710-507.

At the April 30 Meeting

  1. Meeting starts at 12:00 PM
  2. Lunch is... whatever you bring and are willing to eat on camera in front of your closest Rotarian friends!
  3. Last week, a notice of motion was given to authorize the club's COVID-19 Response Committee to plan to disburse $7132.50 of leftover People of Action budget and unallocated service project funds.  That motion will be made, debated, and voted on at this meeting.
  4. Guest Speaker: Allison Kingston, the Community Fundraising Coordinator for ShelterBox Canada and Rotarian in the Rotaract Club of Toronto.  Allison will be speaking to us about 20 years of Rotary and ShelterBox partnership!

In Case You Missed It...

The recording of the April 23 meeting can be found here.  The topic of discussion was "Youth Exchange Program: Present and Future".
COVID-19 Stuff YOU Can Do

Here's some info on a few of ways you can get involved in the community right now.  Talking Buddies doesn't even require you to leave your home to be of service to your fellow human.  Wonderful!  Click on the link at the bottom of this article to learn more.

  • Drive-By Birthday Parties
  • Talking Buddies: Senior Isolation Prevention
  • People HELPING People


Masks and Gloves
Rotarian Bill Steinburg would like to ask Rotarians who may have spare paper masks or rubber/latex/nitrile gloves (or would like to go on a treasure hunt for them!), St. Michael's Grove Manor could use them.  You can reach out to Bill Steinburg if you can help:
We've launched our social media project to show gratitude to essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.  In conjunction, we've also expanded our social media presence.  You can now follow the club @SGRotaryClub on Twitter and Instagram in addition to finding us on Facebook.  Here's how you can participate:
  1. On your own Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account (or all three!), share a gratitude message about an individual or a vocation that you want to recognize.  Make sure your post includes "@SGRotaryClub #ServiceAboveSelfSG" so that it shows up on our club's feed as well and gets associated with the hash tag.
  2. You can also go to the club's Facebook's page and type your message where it says "Write a post..".  Still be sure to include the hashtag #ServiceAboveSelfSG.
  3. If you're not inclined to use social media yourself, simply email President Brad your message and he'll post it as the club.  Let me know if you want it attributed to you or if you want it anonymous.
Have Information for The Rotary RAP?
Have a Rotary Story, pictures from a Rotary Social and/or information for the Rotary RAP?  
Send me (Krista) an email: by Sunday evenings at the latest so that I can include it in the weekly RAP on Mondays!
Thanks everyone!!!!
Although every effort is made to ensure that the content of this eBulletin is faithful to the Rotary Four Way Test, readers should be aware that this publication is not the official record of decisions made by the Rotary Club of Spruce Grove.  The approved minutes of the Club constitute the one and only such record.