We are selling over 200 wooden street signs from Hinton. The on-line auction runs from now until 7 p.m. Sunday, November 1, 2020. at 

Direct any inquiries on this project to Rotarians Daniel Duval at dduval@assante.com or Bernie Kreiner at bernie.kreiner@shaw.ca or 7808659355 (text/cell)
WOOD STREET SIGN ONLINE AUCTION LIVE NOW Bernie Kreiner 2020-10-23 06:00:00Z 0

Banner Exchange

All Rotary Clubs in the World have an identifying Rotary Club Banner.  The banners are often exchanged with visiting Rotarians who may have brought a banner from their home club.

Ed Holtner travelled to Belgium on the Friendship Exchange. He brought banners from the Hinton Rotary club and presented them to the clubs that hosted him.  In turn they presented him with their banner. Ed was fortunate to visit four clubs in Belgium: 
        Gent Prinsenhof (Ghent)
        Ieper (Ypres)
        Duiksmude-Westkust (De Panne)
        Oostende (Ostend)
Jean DiCostanzo, Rotary Exchange student swaps banners Tim McLelland, President, Hinton Rotary Club.

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Cyara Dodge - A New Paul Harris Fellow

Thank you, Cyara Dodge for your contribution of $US1000 to The Rotary Foundation, Rotary’s own charity and, therefore, every Rotarian’s own charity.  Congratulations on becoming a Paul Harris Fellow, there are now over one million Paul Harris Fellows worldwide.
Every Rotarian should strive to be a Paul Harris Fellow because for each PHF named, we know that US$1000 has been given to The Rotary Foundation. Similarly, for each sapphire or ruby added to a Rotarian’s PHF pin, an additional US$1000 has been given to The Rotary Foundation. We should celebrate each of these milestones (and gem stones) for what they represent. That is, a gift to The Rotary Foundation and an opportunity to do even more good in the world through the Foundation.
Cyara Dodge - A New Paul Harris Fellow 2016-06-16 00:00:00Z 0

RBC and Rotary

On Wednesday, June 8th at 9 am at the Hinton Rec Center: 
RBC employees thru their RBC DAY of SERVICE REWARD program led by Erik Benson presented $1,000 to both the Resident Care Foundation (represented by Lynda Johnson and Elaine Koch) and Hinton Food Bank (represented by Bernie Kreiner)  The Resident Care Foundation`s mission is:  Providing increased quality of life for seniors in the Hinton area. and the Hinton Food Bank`s mission is  We are stewards in the collection and purchase of food for distribution to people in need in our Hinton community. 
The Hinton Rotary Club represented by President Brian Laberge presented $1, 147.50 cheques to both the Resident Care Foundation and Hinton Food Bank from net proceeds of the Dale and Linda Currie Farewell event at the legion.  The Rotary Club thanks the Hinton Legion and RBC for assisting with this very successful event.
From Erik at RBC Hinton:  The RBC Day of Service Reward supports and recognizes teams of employees who respond to a one-time or short-term community need on their own time. Employees in groups of 3 or more, commit a minimum of 3 hours to a project or event for a charity of their choice. In 2015 Hinton RBC completed 5 events and donated $5,000. In 2016 we have completed 7 events, have 3 more to do, and will have donated a total of $10,000. Every single employee from the branch has volunteered their time to at least one event with most volunteering at several.
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Hinton Food Bank

A celebration and appreciation of the Hinton Food Bank’s volunteers was held at the Annual General Meeting; coinciding with National Volunteer Week.
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Rotary International and ShelterBox are project partners. Global support from the Rotary network is the cornerstone that ShelterBox is built on.
Rotary’s project partnership agreement with ShelterBox enables both of us to collaborate more closely to bring relief and temporary shelter to survivors of disasters worldwide. The project partnership builds on both of our strengths in responding to disasters all over the world. 
The fundraising efforts by Rotarians make up a significant proportion of donations received by ShelterBox. Alongside this, Rotary Clubs provide invaluable logistical support to our field operations.
District Representatives for Shelter Box....far right, our Rotary Hinton member Bernie Kreiner
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Convention - Dawson Creek

Rotary Convention in Dawson Creek with Keynote Speaker, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield
Roberta Holtner, Ed Holtner and Bernie Kreiner meet Chris Hadfield
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Holiday Greetings from Amorak

Holiday Greetings from an Amorak Neighbourhood School, that we sponsor in Bangladesh.  View letters from mothers, in our club website's Photo Album section.
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New Members - October 2015

Welcome, new members:  Ahmed Hamour and Trevor Bamsey
Left to right: Cyara Dodge, Ahmed Hamour, President Brian LeBarge, Trevor Bamsey and Past President Bernie Kreiner
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Citizen of Year Award

Rocky Morin
Quietly and steadfastly contributed to our community countless volunteer hours, over many years, on many projects.
Hinton Rotary honored Rocky with the Citizen of the Year Award at our annual celebration in June 2015.  Rocky Morin passed away September 27, 2015
The following is a link to a video interview with Rocky.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4LLnlOpEFk&feature=youtu.be
Photo:  (Left to Right)  President Brian LeBarge with Rocky Morin
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Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)

Rotary Hinton hosted the fall orientation for our District's incoming students from around the world; along with their councellors, District Team and youth rebounds.  This is the first of a three year commitment for the club.  Inbound students were billeted by club and community members. Great fun was had by all.  Thank you team for a job well done.  (See photo album.)
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Dolly Parton Imagination Library

Dolly Parton, superstar songwriter, singer and actor, is also the founder of a nationwide virtual library: the Imagination Library
Dolly Parton Imagination Library provides participating children from birth to 5 years old, with one free book every month.  The books for each age are chosen by the Dolly Parton Imagination Library’s Book Committee with emphasis placed on imagination and inspiration.  Rotary Hinton has teamed with the Hinton Municipal Library to bring this literacy program to  the children of our area.  In Hinton the program began in June 2015 and has already exceeded the estimated response.
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Governor Rotary District 5370

September 2, 2015: we were honoured by a visit from District Governor Tim Schilds and wife Sally.  They met with the club executive and other members prior to our regular meeting and also toured local Rotary projects.   You may follow the Governor's travels around our district and learn about the projects of other clubs by checking their blog at the following link: http://governorstravels.wordpress.com/
Governor Rotary District 5370 2015-09-02 00:00:00Z 0

Filip - Farewell

Filip, Rotary Youth Exchange student from Poland, presented a farewell to Rotary Hinton; with heartfelt descriptions of his experiences. 
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Trades Discovery Day

April 30, 2015  Trades Discovery Day in Hinton:  Rotary Club members,  Dorothy Hitola, Bernie Kreiner, and Erik Benson provided information about Rotary and Rotary programs.  They were assisted by former Hinton Rotary Youth Exchange students,  Maggie Smit (Austria) and Haley Wray (Brazil).  Fellow club member, Rene LaBoucane, stopped by for a visit.
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