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Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.

Feature Event

Farmer's Appreciation Night, Mon Jun 19, Stettler

District Events Digest

We're just Golfing around, is all

Fri Jun 16, Olds
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Sat Jun 24, Raymond
Thurs Jun 22, Redwood Mdws
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Mon Jun 26, Calgary
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Thu Jul 6, Innisfail
Mon Jul 10, Okotoks
Thu Jul 20, High River
Sun Aug 6-12, Victoria BC
Join fellow Rotarians and indeed District 5360 Rotariansin this fabulous setting.
19th hole
RYPEN South Fall Camp, Sep 21-24, SABC
RYPEN, September 21-24, 2017
The Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment or RYPEN is a Rotary sponsored District Youth Service program. Students, from 13 - 17 years of age, from across District 5360 attend a weekend long camp designed at developing their potential through a mixture of lecture style sessions and adventure-based learning.
Its aim is to communicate to young people a series of ideas, problems and social experiences which will assist them in forming their own values and moral standards.  A program of thought-provoking speakers, social situations, and personal challenges is offered. 
We suggest that your school or youth clubs are contacted prior to the end of this school year in order to meet the early September registration deadlines.
Fall RYPEN camp
Southern Alberta Bible Camp
September 21 - 24, 2017
$550 per student (note: fee has increased as the number of students has been decreased to allow for revised programming)
Registration details
For either camp:  To book your number of students, please email Karen Johnson, RYPEN Chair
Community Hubs Celebration Launch, Wed Jun 28, Calgary
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Ya-HOO!! Stampede Time is nearly here !!
Stampede Events Volunteers, SIGN UP NOW
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
Sneak A Peek, Thu Jul 6, Calgary Stampede
Stampede Parade Breakfast, Fri Jul 7, Calgary West
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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Stampede Parade Breakfast, Fri Jul 7, Calgary Centennial
Oxford Stomp, Fri July 14, Fort Calgary
grand finale
Big Ball Bounce, Sat Aug 5, Drumheller
RC of Saskatoon 100th Anniversary, Aug 15, Saskatoon
Night Photography Adventures, Sept 2017
Registration is now open for students to register and join alumni from Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Calgary and Sylvan Lake who attended in 2016.  Reports back were all very positive !
Click the poster to be directed to the information page with a link to register online.
WGIPPA 85th Assembly, Sep 22 - 24, Waterton REGISTRATION OPEN

Registration is now open for the 85th Annual
Waterton Glacier International Peace Park Assembly.

The event is kicked off by a Pig roast followed by entertainment by the “Wardens”, on Friday evening.
“Superb musicianship, haunting harmonies and chilling tales from three men who spent their lives in the most rugged of all places - the wilderness of Canada's mountain national parks.” 
On Saturday,  we will have informative speakers bringing information about the two National Parks , the native peoples and their culture, the history of Waterton and its future and a look at the Crown of the Continent and the transboundary collaboration that occurs.  We will top the day off with a keynote speaker and fellowship.
On Sunday, we will celebrate the relationships we have formed during the weekend and over the years culminating with the “Hands across the Border” pledge of Peace with our neighbours to the south.
The program can be viewed in more detail at the Web site.  
The Canadian National Parks are free this year in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canada.  Accommodation may be limited so please book your rooms early. Hotel information can be accessed through the Association Web site under the Assembly tab.
Click the poster to Register
WhaZUP Editor
Charlene Bearden
Upcoming Events
Inbound Student Rocky Mountain Adventure
Jun 10, 2017 10:00 AM –
Jun 19, 2017 4:59 PM
RI Convention - Atlanta
Atlanta, GA
Jun 11, 2017 – Jun 14, 2017
President Elect Learning & Development Webinar
GoToTraining Webinar
Jun 20, 2017
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
District Board Meeting
OEU Basement Boardroom
Jun 23, 2017
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Launch of Community Hubs Celebration
Village Square Leisure Centre
Jun 28, 2017
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM