Rotary In Action

Check out these Stampede Opportunities to Party, Break the fast and Volunteer !

 

Ya - HOO !!

The Calgary West Rotary Club invites you to add our Stampede Gourmet breakfast to the mix of your Canada 150 celebrations. What better way to celebrate Canada than connecting with Calgary Stampede visitors from around the world. If you haven’t been to our breakfast, that experience alone is worth the price of admission. Our breakfast is often their first stop in Canada.
 
Check out the ad for details and the line up – gourmet food (lots of it), reserved bleacher seating right on the parade route, and live music. Yes! It’s worth being there just to watch PDG Steve Rickard cook eggs!!
 
Here is the back story. We are usually sold out at 1,500 tickets by the end of May. Two companies which made major ticket purchases in the recent past were unable to do so this year. That means we have room for you and your group! Come on along. Be part or the Rotary fun and Rotary Action.
 
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Volunteer registrations are now open,
 
Register yourself, your friends and family as volunteers using the links below.
 
STAMPEDE SHAKER - Wednesday, July 12, 2017
OXFORD STOMP - Friday, July 14, 2017
 
A valid email address and phone number is required for every volunteer 
registered as we continue our to build our volunteer database.
 
Hope to see you there,
Craig Henderson
Volunteers Recruitment, Barbeques
 
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