The mission of Rotary is to serve our community, to promote high ethical standards, and to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace. We do this through promoting fellowship between our the professionals, business owners, politicians, and and community leaders that make up our club. Rotary is nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. We live by the motto "Service Above Self" and hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards.
 
The Rotary Club of Regina Eastview is one of the 33,000 clubs in over 200 countries that make up Rotary International. We recognize that community service clubs can be stuck in the past and are in danger of becoming obsolete,  but this isn’t us. We encouraging new members to join and help lead our club into a new era of community service- one that will fit your schedule and feed your soul.
 
You are always welcome to attend a meeting and meet the wonderful Rotarians that you would be volunteering beside, should you choose to make a difference in the world.
 
 
These top-of-the-line, traditional roasting hams are great for your family at Christmas and ideal as gifts to relatives, friends, employees, clients, or colleagues! The hams are supplied by Drake Meats, a Saskatchewan company that has been supplying quality products for over 60 years. Each of these hams sells for only $30.00.
 
Features of these hams:
  • Each ham is approximately 2 kg
  • A half-leg of real ham, boned and trimmed
  • Ready to cook and serve
  • Vacuum packed – protects freshness and flavour
 
Final Order Date:  Sunday, November 24th   
Delivery Date:  Tuesday, December 10th
 
To order a ham, please complete the following form
and email it to
vankollj@sasktel.net
 
Your support makes a difference!
 
Applications for the 2019 Adventures in Agriculture program are now available!
 
In it's 23rd year, this program is held during the internationally acclaimed Canadian Western Agribition Livestock Show and Sale in Regina. Students from across Canada have the opportunity to visit Agribition, tour major agriculture based industries, and participate in networking and information sessions conducted by agriculture industry professionals and business leaders. The program is designed to broaden knowledge and understanding of the multi-faceted agricultural sector, environmental issues, and the challenge of providing food for the world. 
 
This year we have completely revamped the process with a new website providing tons of information, new marketing materials available to clubs, a new sponsorship program, and an online application process!
 
 
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