Rotary Club of Salt Spring Island (Ganges)

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now that winter is nigh, we are enjoying the camaraderie of our weekly meetings
please join us for lunch on a Wednesday
call secretary, Carol Dodd, at 250-538-0079
it was a GREAT summer!!
2nd Annual Crab Fest 
see you all next year
Thank you to everyone who sampled our
famous dogs and burgers
at the Country Grocer parking lot this summer
see you again next May
Muffin Madness at the Fall Fair
a great success, once again
thank you for supporting Rotary in giving
scholarships to GISS students in
Academics, the Trades and the Arts
support to Salt Spring Island Literacy
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Welcome to our Club!

Saltspring Island Ganges

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Salt Spring Baptist Church
520 Lower Ganges Road
park around the back of the building
Salt Spring Island, BC  V8K 2P6
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Mar 28, 2018
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Apr 11, 2018
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