RYLA is a program for young adults - professionals, entrepreneurs, college/university students, who demonstrate self-awareness, leadership qualities and concern for others, and is geared for those 19 - 25 years of age. There are four (4) virtual sessions of 1 1/2 hours each on March 15 & 22 and April 19 & 26. The in-person component takes place March 31 - April 2 at SunCliff on the Lake in Derby, NY.
The Rotary Club of Welland’s 2nd Purse Bingo is ready to go on Wednesday May 25, 2022. It’s another great night out with friends and family, with some great purses as prizes. And a special extra Bingo Game to win a luxury purse!
The Rotary Club of Welland, for many years, has supported children and youth to be their best. The Club recently donated $1,000 to Notre Dame College School to provide specialized equipment for the Special Education Classroom’s sensory room. Presenting the cheque to Principal Andrew Boon and Special Education Classroom Teacher Laura Sparkman (centre) are Welland Rotary President Vic Kerschl (right) and Community Service Chair Peter Inman (left).
Rotary Club of Welland President Vic Kerschl welcomed the newest Rotarian Lina DeChellis. Lina is the Manager of Economic Development for the City of Welland. Having attended several virtual meetings since the New year, Lina feels that she can support the motto and vison of Rotary by leveraging her network and skillset to engage with local partners to develop and support creative initiatives to meet the needs of the community, both local and international. 
The Rotary Club of Welland will be holding its annual Curling Social this year on Saturday eveningMarch 5th at 5 pm.  Games start at 6:00 p.m. The format of the evening will be the same as previous years. Curling instruction will be available for beginners prior to the start of our curling. This will be followed by 6 ends of curling organized on a blue team/yellow team format followed by a light dinner of pizza and wings. Cost per person for curling and food will be $35. Cost for non-curling guests is $20.
Spearheaded by Rotary District 7090 Governor Frank Adamson (Rotary Club of Fonthill), the Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup initiative is an effort that has grown from a District 7090 service project covering a small portion of Lakes Ontario and Erie to a multi-district plan to focus Rotarians’ attention to all 5 of the Great Lakes and streams and waterways feeding them. 
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