Calgary Centennial

Rotary Club of Calgary Centennial

We meet Wednesdays at 6:45 AM
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710 - 13th Ave S.W.
Calgary, AB  T2R 0K9
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Universal Rehabilitation Service Agency (URSA) is a non-profit charitable organization that has provided services to seniors, adults and children with developmental disabilities and brain injury survivors since 1985.  Danielle Murphy, Community Relations Coordinator with URSA will be speaking about the agency and their fundraising goal for 2018.
Please join us to hear Consul Paloma Villasenor Vargas, Consul of Mexico in Calgary speak at our Club meeting regarding Canada/Mexico trade and relations, NAFTA along with a few other topics of interest.  
Almost everyone wears socks, right?  Please join us on Wednesday to hear Adam Thompson, Owner and Designer behind the Calgary sock brand - Friday Sock Co.  Adam started the business in 2015 when he had an idea to mismatch socks while keeping a similar theme.  Locally, Adam has been featured on Global News, CTV, Avenue Magazine, Calgary Herald and Breakfast Television.  His socks are sold online, through 150 retailer partners in Canada and the US, and through a monthly subscription.  
By now most people are participating in some type of travel reward program.  Kevin Crowe, founder of Give a Mile, will be speaking about how this not for profit organization provides individuals in need of visiting a loved one with an advanced/terminal/life threatening illness but cannot afford the travel cost a way to visit through crowdfunding of flights via micro-donations of travel points.  Please join us on Wednesday to learn a new way to help others benefit from those travel rewards and make a difference in someone's life.  
The Rotary Club of Calgary Centennial is proud to participate with the University of Calgary Nursing Program by providing funding for a student bursary.  This strategic initiative is in memory of a cherished past member of Rotary Centennial with the purpose of advancing academic excellence in the field of nursing in perpetuity.
We are pleased that Noor Bhatti was able to use the financial support of the Bursary in 2016-2017 year to help her focus on her academics, and be a constructive volunteer in the community.
We wish her the best in her future endeavours in nursing.
Highlights of the March 31, 2017 report include: 
Centennial Bursary Market Value of $62,070
Projected Bursary 2017-2018 of $2,200