Penticton Okanagan Rotary Club
Club Meets at Ramada Inn, 1050 Eckhardt Avenue West
Tuesdays at 7:01 am

2014 Rotary Wheels Car Show

Register today for the Rotary Wheels Car Show to be held on Saturday August 2 in Penticton, BC

Car show will be held in Rotary Park by the Peach on the Beach.  

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Car Show Sponsors

Show Sponsor  

Murray Buick GMC


Platinum Trophy Sponsors

  • Fairview Automotive
  • Providence Funeral Home

Gold Trophy Sponsors

  • CEI Architecture – Nick Bevanda
  • Cherry Lane Shopping Centre
  • Penticton Lakeside Resort
  • Valley First
  • Windward Software

Silver Trophy Sponsors

  • Covell Law
  • Fountain Tire
  • Okanagan Achieves Trust Society
  • Penticton Dental Centre
  • White Spot

                    Bronze Sponsors

  • Harvey, Lister & Webb
  • Integrity Auto Repair
  • Lake City Service
  • Realty Executives Penticton

Prize Sponsors

  • Barley Mill Brew Pub and Waterfront Inn
  • Best Western Inn - Penticton
  • Bogners
  • Cannery Brewery
  • Cherry Lane Shopping Centre
  • Classic Cleaners
  • Doc’s Golf Centre
  • Head Start – Body & Sol Spa and Hair Salon
  • Kelowna Sandman
  • Larsen’s Excel Tire Centre
  • Napa
  • Pasta Factory
  • Ramada
  • Save On Foods





   Congratulations DG Bruce!   

On Saturday evening 6/21 a group of us gathered in Kelowna with Sunrise Rotarians to install DGE Bruce as DG for 2014-2015.  The picture shows the Governor group in attendance.  The front row, L-R are Jacquie and PDG Doug Everett, Peg and DG Darrell Blue, PDG Dave Stambaugh and Jan and Donna Falkins.  Back row L-R are Betty and PDG Jack Peters, Jan and DGN Greg Luring, Willy and DGND Vern Nielsen and DGE Bruce Falkins.  The event was held in conjunction with the club installation of the Sunrise club and was at the Kelowna Golf and Country Club.

  "Best Plenary of the Conference!!"  

(story from "MyRotary")

Gertrude Adzo Akpalo walked out of the Allphones Arena in Sydney more inspired than ever to do her part to inject youth and energy into Rotary, helping to secure its future.

"This was by far the best plenary session of the convention," said Akpalo, who is the director of youth activities for the Rotary Club of Accra East, Ghana. "All the speakers on New Generations gave us a clear message that engaging young minds will keep Rotary alive. I'm young myself, so this was the perfect message to take home!"

Rotary Scholar Kelsi Lopatecki Cox, from Summerland BC, is a prime example of what can happen when you nurture young people. During her speech to the convention audience, she championed innovative technology and education as a way to address poverty and under-development in rural communities. She is program coordinator for the , a project that brings technology to schools in the South Pacific.

"The challenges faced by our world are great, and they won't go away overnight," said Cox. "By supporting education, by embracing technology, by daring to think outside of the box, we can address poverty and inequality. But we can't do it alone; when we join together, we are stronger. Together, we can create a world of opportunity."


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