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Please note:  Due to the current global pandemic and in line with Government requirements, the regular in person Tuesday meetings of Rotary Club of Sackville and Area are temporarily suspended.  The Club meets online using the Zoom platform the first 3 Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 am.  A listing of  speakers will appear on our website in the normal manner.

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Club News
Constant Commitment - "Professor of the Year"  Dalhousie University
"Silver Shovel Award"
Wanda White, President, Rotary Club of Sackville and Area
The MD Class of Dalhousie University of 1965 established the "Professor of the Year Award," also known as the "Silver Shovel Award" to honour medical school professors who show dedication, compassion, and a true commitment to their medical students.  This year it was awarded to our Club President, Wanda White.  She shows the same dedication in all that she does whether it is teaching, Rotary, playing music, playing hockey, caring for her parents, and much, much, more.  Her leadership and commitment to Rotary and to our Club is very much appreciated.  We are so proud of her.  Congratulations Wanda!
Trivia Buffs- Bored in lockdown and want to have some fun?  It's that time again!
Click here to register for May, 20th game  and mark June 17th on your calendar for our next game.
1)  Registration will send you an email with the Zoom link and instructions to play the game.  If you don't receive it, check your junk/spam folder, if it is not there email and let us know.
2)  Two devices are needed to play:
  • One to sign into Zoom and view the questions (Computer/Laptop/Tablet).
  • Another to download Kahoot App ( and answer the questions (Tablet/Smart Phone).
  • We suggest using Zoom on your larger screen (Computer/Laptop/Tablet) and downloading Kahoot App on the device with the smaller screen like a Smart Phone.
  • The Kahoot PIN number is shared by the host 1 minute before the game starts.
3)  Payment for Trivia is a minimum $10/player donation and can be sent by email transfer (EFT) to
4)  Please be ready to sign onto Zoom by 6:30 pm (AST), so game can start at 7:00 pm (AST).
Rotary Club of Sackville and Area
This Saturday, April 24, Rotary Club of Sackville and Area sponsored the Square Roots Project. Sackville Square Roots aims to tackle a growing issue that affects many people across many communities: food waste and food insecurity. Programs were developed to redirect good food from being thrown away.  Fruits and vegetables are purchased in bulk, bundled in reusable bags, and delivered. 
Approximately 90 bags were bundled and delivered with all Covid restrictions being applied.  The weather was most co-operative, which helped make the day of 20 Rotarians and Friends a great day.
Some comments:  "It was a great morning!" "Great fun. What Rotary is about!!" "It was a lot of fun!  Teamwork can do so much." "Great day. What amazing teamwork!" "Thanks for organizing this event."  "Great fun" "and great to see everyone!"
Looking forward to sponsoring again in June!
Speaker - Alana Hirtle - Vocational Service Director, Rotary Club of Truro, spoke at our Tuesday morning meeting on the - Portapique Community Build Up +. 
In the days following the April tragedy in Portapique and surrounding areas, the Rotary Club of Truro, Nova Scotia struck a committee, “Rotary Cares” to see how they may be able to assist the community in their healing process. The last few months, working with residents of Portapique, the project entitled “Community Build Up +” was announced.  This project, developed from community consultation, is an upgrade to the existing Community Hall in Portapique, which is over 200 years old and an addition of a new structure, which will house dances, weddings, and other community events such as children’s programs, and yoga.  Also outdoors they are taking the existing plot of land and adding a playground, as well as a multipurpose area for sports, flea markets, etc. The project is called “Community Build Up +” and the intention is for the residents to rebuild their community with our support. Join in efforts to rebuild Portapique! Together, let's help the community rise again!
                Outside Area                                    Artist's Rendering of New Building
Community Foundation of Nova Scotia will accept donations through their We Rise Again Fund; receipts will be provided for amounts of $20 or more.
Rotary has 7 areas of focus: peacebuilding and conflict prevention; disease prevention and treatment; water, sanitation and hygiene; maternal and child health; basic education and literacy; community economic development;.and supporting the environment.
Today, April 22nd is the 51st Earth Day and the theme is "Restore Our Earth" which focuses on natural processes and emerging green technologies that can restore the world's ecosystems.  More than $18 million in Rotary Foundation global grant funding has been allocated to environment-related projects over the past five years. Creating this distinct area of focus to support the environment gives Rotary members more ways to bring about positive change in the world and increase that impact.
Celebrating Earth Day serves as a conscious reminder of how fragile our planet is and how important it is to protect it. We celebrate Earth Day to continue promoting environmental awareness and to remind us that we can protect the Earth in our everyday lives as well. Let's be part of the change.
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International Service Director
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