12111 3rd Avenue, Steveston, BC

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Service Above Self

Thank You Postmedia!

Special thanks to Postmedia for supporting the Steveston Rotary. You’ll be seeing this advertisement in the Vancouver Sun a couple times this week. Come out an support your community!

Kudos: Steveston Rotary helping Richmond families in need

Special thanks to the Richmond News for featuring our efforts to support our community! https://www.richmond-news.com/community/kudos-steveston-rotary-helping-richmond-families-in-need-1.24184372

Welcome President Graham!

On behalf of the Steveston Rotary I’d like to introduce our new President… Sean Graham! I couldn’t think of a better person to represent us in our 20th year of being a Rotary Club. Whether you know him for his time in the CFL, or as the person who makes your aches and pains go…
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Thank you Bill McEwen!

On behalf of the Steveston Rotary I’d like to thank Bill McEwen for being our 2019/20 President. Bill knew the road would be a little rough, but nobody expected 2020 would turn out the way it did. Despite some of the most incredible obstacles we’ve ever faced, Bill kept us on course and provided us…
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G&F Financial and Steveston Rotary

Special thanks to G&F branch manager Joe Tan and his team for continuing to support their community and the Rotary Club of Steveston. This donation will go to support the SD38 Feed-U-Cate Program. Thank you G&F!

Feed-U-Cate 38 and Steveston Rotary

Feed-U-Cate 38 is a Richmond School District program that helps provide funding to schools that run breakfast and lunch programs for students. The Rotary Club of Steveston is proud to support this community based initiative, especially during these trying times.

Steveston Rotary and COVID-19

When Paul Harris, an attorney, formed the Rotary Club of Chicago on the 23rd of February 1905, his intent was to bring together business professionals from all walks of life so that they could exchange ideas and form meaningful life long, mutually beneficial relationships. Over time, Rotary’s reach and vision gradually extended to humanitarian service. Since the…
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Welcome Kosta Kurbatoff!

The Rotary Club of Steveston welcomes our newest member Kosta Kurbatoff! In 2000, Kosta and his wife Elena immigrated to Canada and settled in Vancouver, BC. They joined their efforts in opening an art gallery on South Granville, Vancouver, in 2002. Since that time Kurbatoff Gallery has been proudly representing and promoting contemporary Canadian artists.…
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