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Welcome to Meadow Ridge Rotary!

Meadow Ridge Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Bella Vita Restaurant
22471 Lougheed Highway
Maple Ridge, BC  V2X 2T8
District Site
Venue Map
The Four Way Flasher
Oct 25, 2016

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Nov 08, 2016
PDG Larry Stinson
Rotary Foundation
Nov 22, 2016
Sylvia Russell
Superintendent of SD 42
Nov 29, 2016
Gordon Kirkland
Organ donation and his new book
Meeting Responsibilities
Oct. 25
Setup - Banners & Flags
DeBruyn, Matt
Forster, Mark
Fine Master
DeBruyn, Matt
Upcoming Events

Welcome to the Meadow Ridge Rotary Club! 

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Hurricane Matthew is the most powerful storm to hit Haiti in generations,
destroying homes and communities in it path.

The Category 4 hurricane struck Haiti on Tuesday October 4, causing massive destruction to the already vulnerable country.

It is estimated that 350,000 people are in of need assistance and over 14,500 people have been evacuated to emergency shelters in Haiti alone. These numbers are expected to rise significantly.

A United Nations official in Haiti, Mourad Wahba, described the storm as "the largest humanitarian event" in the country since the earthquake that struck the country in 2010. The death toll is nearing 1000, while an estimated 90% of buildings have been levelled in the south of the country.


Starfish Pack





“The Dictionary 4 Life”
coming to Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows

Read an article on the School District 42 website:…/delivers-dictionaries-classrooms/

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Certificate of Appreciation


Eradicating Polio

On 11 August 2015, for the first time in history, the entire African continent marked one year with no reported cases of wild poliovirus. This comes on the heels of the last reported case of wild polio virus in Africa’s last polio endemic country, Nigeria, in July 2014. But this progress is fragile. Samples remain in the laboratories from this one-year period which must be tested for the virus before we can be sure there has been no case, a process which takes around six weeks. Before the World Health Organization’s African Region can be certified polio-free, all countries must be free of the virus with reliable surveillance in place for at least the next two years. It is more important than ever that global, national and local leaders stay committed, that efforts remain focused on ensuring high-quality surveillance systems, and on reaching every last un- and under-immunized child.