Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak
PO Box 1515, Camrose, Alberta   T4V 1X4    Email: camrosedaybreak@gmail.com
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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
Canada
CURRENTLY MEET ON ZOOM Tuesday 7:00 AM
 
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.
In order to fully comply with the Extended Health Measures mandated by the Government of Alberta in place until May 25th, the Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak will not be distributing Canada Flags to our subscribers on May 19th for the Victoria Day weekend holiday.
 
Instead we will, if Government of Alberta Health measures allow, be delivering Canada Flags for the July, August and September long weekends. The display dates planned are June 30th to July 5th, July 28th to August 3rd and September 1st to 7th.
 
Email CamroseDaybreak@gmail.com with any questions you may have. To receive a Canada Flag on your lawn for the July, August and September long weekends, subscribe here.
 
Thank you for your support of our Canada Flag subscription program.
 
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Order your maple leaf now for the 2021 Victoria Day, Canada Day and Labour Day weekends. Order here.
 
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Have you seen the beautiful maple leaf flying all over Camrose?  Want to have a flag in your yard too?
 
Email camrosedaybreak@gmail.com 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.
 
CANADA FLAG PROJECT DELIVERY WEEKENDS FOR 2021
JUNE 30-JULY 5, JULY 28-AUGUST 3 and SEPT 4-7.
 
Download our Gift Subscription Form now or email CamroseDaybreak@gmail.com 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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Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak has been supporting worthwhile projects and organizations in our City for over 18 years.  What could your organization do with some extra funds?  Follow the link in the "Take a Look" section at the top of this web page to access the application form and guidelines.  
 
Completed forms can be emailed to camrosedaybreak@gmail.com with "Application for Funding" in the subject line. 
 
Alternatively you can mail your completed forms to:
 
Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak
Box 1515
Camrose, AB  T4V 1X4
 
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President Lisa Rohr, Stacie Chalmers (Victims Services), Nora-Lee Rear (Women’s Shelter), Breanne and Alison (Open Door), Kelly Falardeau (artist, Burn Blankets for Kids), Gus Guzman.
 

Victims Services, Camrose Women’s Shelter and The Open Door each received 10 blankets as a result of support for Kelly’s project at the Rib Tickler in June as well as Kelly’s own generosity of giving back from each blanket sold.

Read more about Kelly's project here http://mykellyf.wixsite.com/blanketsforburnkids

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February 17th to 23rd is Rotary Week in Camrose. Sunday, February 23rd is Rotary Day - commemorating the date in 1905 that Paul Harris and 3 other businessmen founded Rotary in Chicago.
 
The Rotary Clubs of Camrose are celebrating Rotary Day with a Family Bowling Social at Tabb Lanes from 3 to 5 pm. Drop by, $5 gets you that fancy bowling shoe rental, bowling and pizza from Papa John's.
 
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Camrose Rotary Pints for Polio Pub Walk was a huge success!! We had 40 Rotarians and friends come out Friday night, November 1st, to support our awareness and fundraising event for the End Polio Now campaign. We visited 4 pubs where we were treated to a drink and some food. We had a raffle and/or a game at each stop. A thousand thank you's to our sponsor pubs: Tap Room Bar + Brewery at the Norsemen Inn, Canadian Brewhouse, Geo's Sports Lounge and the Boston Pizza Lounge, all who donated food, drinks and prizes. The staff at each place were fantastic! D&D Vehicle Sales donated use of a large van so we made sure everyone arrived home safely. Thanks to all the Pub Walkers, Pubs and community donations we raised over $2,100. This will be matched 2:1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and grow to over $6,300! Enough to help vaccinate 10,000 children.
 
Great work Everyone! and so much fun!! Check out some pictures of the event.
 
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