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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Prince Albert!

Prince Albert

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Coronet Prince Albert
3551 2nd Ave West
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5G1
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Check out all of the amazing prizes from our sponsors and donors at this year's Lobsterfest Raffle presented by Canadian Tire by going to
The 50/50 Raffle presented by Market Tire has a starting Jackpot of $4,000 - maximum payout will be $64,000 if we are able to sell out! 
To purchase tickets to either Raffle, please go to  Ticket prices are 1 for $20, 3 for $50, and 10 for $100 for both Raffles.
Registration for our 2021 At Home Lobsterfest presented by Canadian Tire are now open. Tickets are $100 per person, and include a fresh meal prepared by My Place Bistro, and a wine pairing by Doug Reichel Wine Marketing. 
We encourage you to enjoy your meal on the weekend of May 8th, as this time the meals are fresh, not frozen. Choose from a few options, including lobster, steak, and game hen, accompanied by sides, desserts, and wine. Really love lobster? Add an extra lobster to your meal for $25! More information is available by browsing our brochure
Proceeds from this event will be going to the Rotary Adventure Park, and $25 from each meal package will be donated to the City of Prince Albert, which will issue a donation receipt for the contribution.
Each meal package also has the opportunity to include a $50 Canadian Tire gift card "door" prize!
Questions about Lobsterfest can be directed to 
We'd like to say a huge thank you to our sponsors:
Silver Sponsors:
BMO - Sandy Shindelka
Thorpe Brothers
Manchur Pools
Anderson Pump House
Econo Lumber
Freedom 55 Financial
Harman Poultry Farm (Star Egg)
Wild Flax Studio
Bronze Sponsors:
Prince Albert Raiders
FYI Doctors
Great Western Brewing
Scan-Tech Alarm
Ben's Auto Glass
Napa Auto Parts
Rona Home Centre
Thierman Financial
Bocian Jewellers
Friend Sponsors:
Neil C Raas Legal Prof Corp
Rally Motor Sports
Original Joe's
Ted Matheson Men's Wear
Wick's Detailing
Chris Clinton
BeachComber Hot Tubs
My Mutual Insurance
Carlton Honda
GL Mobile
Scotia McLeod
Perry's Automotive
My Place Catering
Nutter's Bulk & Natural Foods
Pet Planet
Princess Auto
Windsor Plywood
Sherwin Williams Paints
PA Insurance Ltd. - Blue Cross Insurance
Calypso Bay
Montana's BBQ and Bar
Purified Water Store
Funky Fresh Café and Bistro
Arnie's Guns and Archery
Knotty Pine Bistro
Selina's Donair
Tru-North RV and Marine
PA Battery
Bev's Fish and Seafood
Source for Sports
Bison Café
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert is proud to introduce our newest event for 2021 - Valentines Day Dinner presented by Canadian Tire.
Late last year, Rotary Club of Prince Albert and the community were awarded a great honor: the Parks and Open Spaces Award. This award is given out by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association, and all parks and trails in the province of Saskatchewan are considered.
We'd like to thank everyone who put in their time, effort, and financial contributions into creating the Rotary Trail. It was truly an effort by the community and we are proud to have worked with so many different people over the years.
If you'd like to read a bit more about the award, please click here.
Completion of the Rotary Trail (2019):
The Rotary Club of Prince Albert is offering a unique evening of safe dining and tasting of fine wines from wine makers in Canada and Chile. Doug Reichel, our wine selection professional, and Randy Whitter of My Place Catering have created a pairing of wine and food that you can experience in your own Home Wine Premier Event.
Our Club is continuing its fundraising efforts during this era of COVID-19 to meet our ongoing commitments to fund community projects in Prince Albert.
Your participation and support of this event will allow our club to continue fundraising for our Centennial project in the Little Red River Park.
Orange Shirt Day is a day when we honour the Indigenous children who were sent away to residential schools in Canada and promote awareness of this period of time in Canadian history.  On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, the Rotary Club of Prince Albert supported Orange Shirt Day by hosting the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Russell Mirasty.  His Honour ran the entire length of the Rotary Trail with his son, Matthew, a member of the Rotary Club of Prince Albert.  After completing the run, His Honour spoke briefly about his personal experience with residential schools and the significance of Orange Shirt Day to all Canadians. Thank you to all Rotarians and supporters who attended—we hope to see you next year!
Want to learn more about Orange Shirt Day? Click here
Why orange shirts? Click here.
Daily Herald Coverage: Click here.
Prince Albert Rotarians recently welcomed a new member, Sandy Shindelka. In a vocational presentation, Sandy shared her experiences working in the finance sector, moving to several different places in Western Canada. She started at CIBC, before moving to BMO and transitioning through several different positions, eventually getting a Mortgage Broker's License. Sandy came to Prince Albert recently, and has joined Prince Albert Rotary after having participated in Rotary in the past. Welcome Sandy!
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