Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak
PO Box 1515, Camrose, Alberta   T4V 1X4    Email:
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Club Information
We are  People of Action
Camrose Daybreak

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Tuesday - Safety Starts Here
5051-50th Street
Camrose, AB T4V 1R3
The Camrose Service Club Group is offering a Chase the Ace Progressive Raffle. Every 2-week event will feature a deserving charity to receive a portion of the ticket sales during that event as well as also supporting our major charity - the Hospice Society. Tickets and more information is available at Our current Featured Charity is:
Changing Ways
Changing Ways (formerly Family Violence Action Society: Camrose and District) will receive 20% of ticket sales from this event to support a case worker dedicated to working with issue of elder abuse.
For over 25 years, Changing Ways staff have delivered counselling and supports meeting their mission "Working in collaboration and partnership with others, we seek to reduce the occurrence and impact of violence in our community." Serving children, adults and seniors through individual counselling and educational counselling groups supports recovery from family violence.
Having a dedicated case worker to assist seniors affected by abuse to get the assistance that they need will benefit the whole community as seniors affected by abuse often need a great deal of time to get to the root of the issue and get the assistance that they need in place.
Changing Ways knows that through counselling and attending groups, people can heal from abuse.
AGLC Licence #574288 - Tickets sold online only in Alberta to adults 18 years of age or older
ShelterBox Canada Bronze Hero
We are very excited to announce our ShelterBox Canada Hero Status for Rotary year 2020-2021. We, like ShelterBox, are impatient to see a world where no family is left without shelter after disaster. Our hero status shows our commitment to helping ShelterBox prepare for when disaster strikes. Learn more at
#Rotary #RotaryInternational #disasteraid #disasterrelief #ShelterBox
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The 9-hole family friendly disc golf course in Jubilee Park offers two levels of play, beginners and those wanting more challenge. The course is available for free play, just bring your own disc. A great selection of discs are available for purchase at Sport Excellence.
The UDisc app for iPhone and Android is available as a free download. You can see the layout, record your score, find other disc golf courses as you travel and more.
The baskets are all in, tee box locations are marked and sign posts are installed. Concrete will soon be poured for the tee boxes and sign design is underway. Sponsorship of tee signs is available. Email for more information.
Kidsport Camrose worked for quite some time to acquire valuable, lightly used sport equipment from Sport Central in Edmonton. A donation from the Camrose Swans & Roses Lions Club kickstarted funding a $2,500 donation to Sport Central for thousands of dollars worth of equipment.
A call for space to house the equipment and provide a venue to distribute that equipment to those in need was answered by Dianne Kohler at the Camrose Regional Exhibition (CRE) who offered space in their administration building. Rick Picher, Clarence Hastings and other members of the Men’s Shed stepped up as volunteers to organize and operate the distribution center, dubbed 4 R Kids (reflects the mission of Retrieve, Repair, Recycle, Redistribute) in conjunction with Kidsport Camrose.
Donations of shelving from the Real Canadian Superstore and Canadian Tire have been assembled and sport equipment is arriving for a planned August opening. City and county children and youth in need of equipment will be referred by community partners, including Kidsport Camrose, to receive equipment, at no cost. Kidsport Camrose also provides funding for registration in sports to further reduce barriers to participation.
Kristy Smith of Kidsport Camrose remarked ‘This has become an awesome partnership. Men’s Shed, CRE, Lions Club and many local businesses have made this possible’.
To learn more about 4 R Kids, registration funding and other activities of Kidsport Camrose email Kidsport Camrose is the featured charity in the Camrose Chase the Ace Progressive Raffle with sales ending with the draw on July 28. Check out for information and to buy tickets.
While we reflected on current and historical events, Canada flags were flying during Canada Day to share the promise of growth and understanding in the future.
Email with any questions you may have. To receive a Canada Flag on your lawn for the August and September long weekends, subscribe here.
Thank you for your support of our Canada Flag subscription program.
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Dutch Rotarians sold a new variety of tulip at a fundraising auction to benefit Rotary's polio eradication effort in 2013. It quickly spread and came to Canada two years ago. Local Rotary member Carol purchased bulbs from Vesey's and they are blooming now.
Read on for more about the End Polio Now initiative and the story of the End Polio Now Tulip.
Order your maple leaf now for the 2021 Victoria Day, Canada Day and Labour Day weekends. Order here.
Have you seen the beautiful maple leaf flying all over Camrose?  Want to have a flag in your yard too?
Email and we can tell you more about how you can have a Canada flag on your lawn for the Canada Day, Civic Holiday and Labour Day celebrations.
Want to subscribe now - Go to the Flag Subscription Form.
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A Gift for Your Hard to
 Buy For Friend or Family Member
… A Canada Flag Subscription

The Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak has been placing Canada flags on lawns in Camrose to celebrate Victoria Day, Canada Day and Labour Day for many years. The flags provide a colourful display and many residents enjoy seeing the flags as they travel throughout the city. You can see some of the over 200 flags we deploy in our 2020 Community Flags Photo Album on this site.
For only $50 you can subscribe to have a flag placed on a friend’s or family member’s lawn in Camrose for the 2021 holidays. We will acknowledge your gift and send a note you can provide to your friend or family member explaining the gift.
Proceeds from the Canada Flag subscriptions provide funding to the Camrose Air Cadets and other youth initiatives in the area.
JUNE 30-JULY 5, JULY 28-AUGUST 3 and SEPT 4-7.
Download our Gift Subscription Form now or email for more information
Thank you for your support!
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The Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak decided to tap their inventory of Canada flags to show support and appreciation for everyone that is working to get past this pandemic.
Flags were deployed at the Welcome to Camrose signs on the east and west highway entrances to the city. Look for individual flags to be deployed throughout the city in the coming days.
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September 2021