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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Prince Albert!

Prince Albert

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
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3551 2nd Ave West
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 5G1
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The Rotary Club of Prince Albert was honoured to have Nicole Rancourt speak to us at our most recent luncheon.  Ms. Rancourt is the current MLA  for the riding of Prince Albert Northcote.  She is also an avid Rider fan and supporter of sports and the arts.  Before entering politics Ms. Rancourt was a registered Social Worker and worked in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region.  You can learn more about Nicole Rancourt by visiting  
Rotary member Morley Harrison presents guest speaker Nicole Rancourt with a Certificate of Appreciation and a donation of $20 in her honour to the Polio Plus foundation.
Tayna Lucena, a former International Long Term Youth Exchange Program participant, was back in town, and she brought her infectious laughter and good spirits with her.  Club members have shared photos and Morley was kind enough to share a story about Tayna.  Looks like it was a great visit!  
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert is happy to announce that we are once again sponsoring one Grade 11 or 12 student to attend the Rotary Adventure in Citizenship in Ottawa!  Application deadline is Feb. 5th, 2018.
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert was treated to a busy luncheon meeting in which two speakers presented.  
Louise Zurowski who is the Executive Director from Catholic Family Services gave a passionate presentation about the programs the organization provides.  Prince Albert Catholic Family Services provides councilling and family education to residents of Prince Albert and area.  More information can be found on the website . 
Next up was Gord Wyant the MLA for Saskatoon Northwest and one of the candidates running to become the next Premier of Saskatchewan.  Mr Wyant gave a brief presentation regarding his belief in the key responsibilities of government and the importance of listening to the people of Saskatchewan.  A question and answer session followed where topics such as the environment, taxation, mental health, a new hospital and a new bridge were discussed.  More information about Gord Wyant and his campaign can be found at . 
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert held its annual Christmas luncheon on December 10th at My Place.   A very special guest attended much to the delight of the children in attendance.
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert is honoured to announce the addition of two new members to our club.  Jim Toye and Erica Bailey were formally inducted by Laura Van Schaik during a Rotary club luncheon meeting on November 27th, 2017.  Welcome Jim and Erica!
From left to right:  Club President Nnamdi Ndubuka, new member Jim Toye, new member Erica Bailey, membership director Laura Van Schaik.
A wonderful night was had by all at this years wine premier.  Guests were treated to an amazing dinner and wine pairing event to raise money for the Victoria Hospital Foundation and Mont St. Joseph Home. 
Debbie Schutte, the chair of the Sask Food Coalition, presented to the Rotary Club of Prince Albert on the subject of food security in our community.  She brought along fourth year nursing students Stephen Gobiel and Clarissa Calayo to help present their vision that "all residents of Prince Albert will realize food security in their lives".
Below: Rotary Club of Prince Albert president Nnamdi Ndubuka, Sask Food Coalition chair Debbie Schutte, Nursing students Stephen Gobiel and Clarissa Calayo.
The Prince Albert Rotary Club met this week and were treated by a great presentation by this years RYLA students.  Pictured below (from left to right) are club president Nnamdi Ndubuka, youth services director Bob Twyver, RYLA student Sarah Szell, RYLA student Henry Lee, RYLA student Jana Morash, RYLA student Amara Billo and Rotarian Bill Tomyn.
Rotary Club of Prince Albert exchange student for 2016 - 2017 has spent the past 11 months in Prince Albert. Annika returns home July 11 and will take with her many memories of the time spent in Canada. 
Members of The Club wishing Annika the best for her future when she returns home and to know she always has an extended family here in Prince Albert
The 12th Annual Rotary Lobsterfests 350 attendees enjoyed a wonderful evening of great food and entertainment. The Prince Albert Rotary Club wishes to Thank all of the Sponsors and Guests who made this years event a success. All proceeds from the event will be directed to Rotary Field with Project Triple Play.
Construction began on September 5, 2016 on Rotary Field at Prime Ministers Park in Prince Albert. Work is expected to be close to completion by the end of October. Follow this link to see more details on the ground breaking ceremony. Click below to see up to date photos for the project. Work continued in April of 2017, with final earth moving, infield and warning track shale installed, lighting completed as well as fencing started.
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