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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

  Polio FUNdraiser- Virtual Trivia

Hello Trivia Buffs.  We are back and our October Trivia Game will be a fundraiser for Polio.  The fee to play is a donation to polio.  Make your donation and join us for the fun.  

Play this game! Be part of the solution! Be part of history!  Eradication is so close!

To make Polio Donation click
To Register, receive zoom address and instructions to play  trivia click 
When you register, you should receive a confirmation email with the zoom address and instructions.  If you do not receive this email, please check your Spam and if it is not there, email us at
Polio News
As of Sept. 1, 2021 only two countries in the world currently have active wild poliovirus - Pakistan and Afghanistan.  While two is a small number, all countries remain at risk as long as WPV (wild poliovirus) circulates. The world will only be declared free of WPV three years after the detection of the most recent case.  Polio eradication will be one of history’s greatest public health achievements, with polio following smallpox to become only the second human disease eradicated from the world.  
Polio and Covid-19. Click here to see a 3 minute video explaining how the Polio and Covid-19 efforts have joined forces to help with the Global Pandemic.
Eradicating Polio in Afghanistan. After the fall of the Afghanistan government in mid-August, the new leadership has agreed to keep on the acting health minister who has been effective in righting the program. Taliban leaders have visited the national and regional polio offices and pledged their support for the polio eradication program.

Every little bit helps.  Thank You

Why not let your love of wine go to great causes?  Hunger, Homelessness, Literacy (Children and Adults), Eradicating Polio
Wine Survivor is Back.  Win a Gift Certificate for the Provincial Government Liquor Commission
Just in Time to Fill Your Wine Cellar for the Holiday.  Tickets cost $ 35.00 with 3 Chances to buy back in at $ 5.00 each
Wine Survivor Raffle Rules
1.  Each individual will pay a fee of $ 35.00 cash or cheque.  $ 20.00 for entrance into Wine Survivor and $ 15.00 to contribute equal to the price of a bottle of wine.
2.  Prizes will be in the format of Provincial Government Liquor Commission gift certificates. 
3.  All entrants must submit an email address for notifications.  Notifications will be issued from ClubRunner Event Planner to email address.  Raffle rules will be posted on the Rotary Club of Sackville and Area Website and Facebook Page.
4.  We cannot openly solicit in other provinces.  However, if someone is here and wants to purchase tickets, we can sell to them.  The prizes will be Provincial Government Liquor Commission gift certificates.
5.  No person under the age of 19 years of age may enter the raffle.  
6.  Individuals may enter more than once, and each entry will be treated as a separate entry.
7. Entries will be accepted until Noon, November 23. 2021.
8.  Each Tuesday, starting with Tuesday, November 23 to Tuesday, December 7, 2021, ten names will be drawn and will be out of the running unless they opt to donate another $5.00 to re-enter or buy-in the draw. At the last draw on Tuesday, December 10, 2021 all names will be eliminated until only 3 names remain, who will be the winners.
9.  All names drawn will be notified by email and the given the opportunity for a buy-in.  Winners will be notified by email.
10. Draws will be made on the days designated at noon at Acadia Park, Lower Sackville, NS
11.  Payment for the entry fee of $ 35.00 may be made by cash or cheque. 
12.  There are no restrictions of the participation of members, families, volunteers, etc., of the Rotary Club of Sackville and Area.
13. The last 3 names left on December 10, 2019 will win.  The Provincial Liquor Commission gift certificates are divided as:
                    1st prize will get 50%.
                    2nd prize will get 30%.
                    3rd prize will get 20%.
14. Example:  If 100 tickets are sold $ 15.00 X 1000 = $ 1,500.00.
1st prize would be a Provincial Government Liquor Commission gift certificate of $ 750.00
2nd prize would be a Provincial Government Liquor Commission gift certificate of $ 450.00
3rd prize would be a Provincial Government Liquor Commission gift certificate of $ 300.00
This Wine Survivor Raffle is being conducted under the
AGD license no. 310101-21             
Call for Volunteers
This is the 9th year for Rotary Club of Sackville and Area to participate in a semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway program. 
Cleanup area is Exit 1 to Lr. Sackville
Date is Sat., Sept. 25 at 1:00 pm AST. 
Meeting Place:  17 Sackville Dr., Fultz House parking lot.
Volunteer:  Call Sue Paynter 902 220 6507 
We are calling for Volunteers [(Age 16 yrs.+) ( 16 yrs. to 18 yrs. supervision is required.)].  Vinyl gloves, safety vests and garbage bags provided.  Bring your own mask, pickup utensil and work gloves.  For the safety of our volunteers, we require all to be double vaccinated.
Please help to keep this initiative going strong.
Our Club had the pleasure of having Laura Bartlett – Nova Scotia Co-ordinator for Birds Canada Piping Plover Conservation Program, as a Speaker in late July.
Hatching and raising a family on the beach isn’t easy, even for well-camouflaged birds with feathers that blend into the landscape. The piping plover is a small sand-colored, shorebird that nests and feeds along coastal sand and gravel beaches in North American.  Piping Plovers depend on dynamic, healthy coastal ecosystems. Their breeding habitat includes beaches and sand flats on the Atlantic coast.  They forage for food on beaches, usually around the high tide wrack zone and along the water's edge. They eat mainly insects, marine worms and small crustaceans.  Piping Plovers are presently globally threatened and endangered.  Key challenges to the recovery of this small shorebird include habitat loss from coastal development, disturbances from recreational beach users, motorized vehicles, off-leash dogs, natural predators and climate change.
Piping Plovers in Nova Scotia, and southeastern New Brunswick are monitored, protected, and stewarded by volunteers and partners coordinating conservation efforts to help this species at risk.  Great news this year for Nova Scotia is that nesting has increased slightly from last year. (from 45 pairs to 50 pairs).
Piping Plover Conservation Program in Nova Scotia is offering volunteer training for all who are interested in helping.  Pre-registration is necessary and can be done through the Piping Plover Conservation in Nova Scotia Facebook page or by email at
Thank you, Laura, for giving us an insight into the plight of this beautiful little bird and we wish you continued success in your endeavours helping them off the record of being threatened and endangered
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