12111 3rd Avenue, Steveston, BC

Upcoming Events

Service Above Self


Keep your eyes open for new Rotary Club of Steveston Events!

Sept. 28 – ANAF Evening Meeting: social 6 pm – 7 pm with Peter Roaf, ADG, Rotary 101
Oct. 3 – Board Meeting 7 am – 8 am – Zoom only
Oct. 7 – Meet Draw at Pioneer Pub, 2-4 pm,
Oct. 10 – Regular Meeting at SCC 7am -8am
Oct. 17 – Regular Meeting at SCC 7am -8am
Oct. 21 – Shred Event McMath Secondary 10 am – 2pm

SEPTEMBER 19, 2023

Humanities Teacher, Dave Geisbrecht, speaks to BC’s new First Nations K-12 Curriculum

In B.C.’s redesigned curriculum, Indigenous knowledge and perspectives are integrated throughout all areas of learning and are evident in the curriculum’s rationale statements, goals, big ideas, mandated learning standards, and elaborations.

The First Peoples Principles of Learning offer a crucial lens for curriculum, placing a significant importance on the authentic integration of Indigenous knowledge and perspectives in relevant and meaningful ways.

The intent behind this integration is to promote a growing understanding of Indigenous peoples in B.C. that will contribute to the development of educated citizens who reflect on and support reconciliation (curriculum.gov.bc.ca, 2023)

Join us to learn more!

Saturday May 6, 2023

Nothing feels better than to shred all those unnecessary documents for a good cause!

Join us on May 6 to support the community of Steveston. Bring all your spring cleaning paperwork down to McMath Secondary between 10am – 2pm. We’ll securely shred your documents for a donation.

The Juice Truck co-founder Zach Berman shares his journey

The Rotary Club of Steveston is proud to host Zach Berman on September 17th at our 7am Steveston Hotel Rotary Meeting. These inimate discussions give Rotarians, local businesses, and the Steveston community the chance to connect with each other and learn about all the amazing things we do for each other.

Leading with Vision and
Purpose –
in Business and Life

Natalie Nakatsuru, is the GM and VP of Sales for Contemporary Office Interiors, a certified Herman Miller dealer shaping the modern workplace in more responsive, connected and human ways. She works with a talented team inspired to create adaptable workplaces that combine flexibility with the joy and ease of use to liberate and empower people. She is a also a passionate founding board member of One Girl Can, who’s mission is to empower girls through education to break the cycle of poverty and gender imbalance in sub-Sharan Africa.

Elizabeth Clark, Lead Strategist & Co-Founder

“…create a place where people, ideas and solutions could grow together.”

Canopy Collective provides comprehensive marketing strategies, business planning, management consulting, training and coaching. They are specialists in identifying key business challenges and points of pain unique to your business and industry, and generating solutions to address it.

Founder, Braeden Ralla

“…encourage people to find their purpose and pursue it, all while living a healthy and balanced lifestyle.”

“We are a smoothie and health food store striving to educate the community on the importance of eating healthy. We use all natural ingredients in all of our products and our smoothies are dairy free. The name, Purpose, comes from the way my mother lived a purpose-driven life. She was the most inspirational person I’ve ever met, and had the ability to light up any room she stepped foot in. People wondered how she was so happy and full of energy all the time, and it was because she simply did things that she enjoyed to do. We exist to continue her legacy and encourage people to find their purpose and pursue it, all while living a healthy and balanced lifestyle.”

Jen Murtagh

Excels at building meaningful, and genuine relationships with individuals and organizations.

Jen is an executive consultant and strategic leader with 18+ years of industry experience in high-growth environments, both corporate and non-profit. Some of her past roles have included Chief Strategy Officer at BC Women’s Health Foundation, CEO at Minerva BC and Executive Director of CKNW Kids Fund. Her experience includes leading non-profits and high performing teams, building strategic partnerships, fundraising, and running large-scale marketing campaigns resulting in deep impact.
Jen is a relentless connector and vibrant community champion who excels at building meaningful, and genuine relationships with individuals and organizations. As an award-winning business leader, Jen has been honoured with Business in Vancouver’s Forty Under 40 Award and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade Women of Promise award.