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Check out some of our upcoming speakers!

March 15 Speaker - Philip Calvert, Director of Development and Mobilization, Alberta, International Justice Mission Canada.

             IJM is a global organization that protects the poor from violence throughout the developing world. IJM partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. IJM produced a full length movie "She Has A Name" right here in Alberta on human trafficking in the sex trade.

March 22, 2018   Paul Brick, Rotary Club of Calgary South
          Paul is a Certified Reverse Mortgage Specialist. He will address the issue that affects many of us "Boomers" where there is still a lot of life after our money runs out. He will talk about the option of Reverse Mortgages as a possible solution for some folks. I'm still waiting to win the Rotary Home but failing that, this should be interesting.   
March 29, 2018  Caroline Saunders, British Consul General
             Ms Saunders will speak to us about the UK and current matters, particularly as the relate to Canada. She is now on the Rotary Clubs of Calgary speaking tour so to speak and is quite popular as a guest speaker. Come and bring a potential Rotarian. 
April 5, 2018 Heather Cobb, Alberta Health Services will be speaking on Inclusivity  regarding LGBTQ+ persons in the work place and society.
April 12, Classification Event. Get ready for an offsite Classification talk 'in situ' - look it up! :)
April 26, An Immigrant Experience in Calgary.  It is with much personal delight I introduce Rebecca & Sola Adenekan. They will talk about their journey from Nigeria, through the UK to Calgary. Both are highly qualified Barristers & Solicitors and Notary Public. Come hear pure passion for life, their journey, and life in Canada
May 3.  This is the eve of DISCON 2018 and Calgary is the Host City. The regular meeting of our club may be cancelled if more than 20 of the most WONDERFUL & ENGAGED PERSONAGES OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF CALGARY EAST are signed up to attend. Talk to the prez if you only think you can't attend. SEE YOU AT DISTRICT CONFERENCE.
Inspiration Around Every Corner
The Rotary International Convention will travel to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where there’s Inspiration Around Every Corner, 23-27 June. Toronto is a diverse city with lots to offer, including vibrant cultural, art, entertainment, and culinary scenes. You’ll learn about new ideas, hear different perspectives, and gain new skills through engaging speakers, breakout sessions, and exhibits in the House of Friendship.
Don’t miss out on the most inspiring convention yet!
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Club Information

Welcome to The Rotary Club of Calgary East!

Calgary East

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
The Coast Plaza Hotel
1316 - 33rd Street NE
Calgary, AB  T2A 6B6
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Paul Brick, Rotary Club of Calgary South
Mar 22, 2018
Reverse Mortgages
Caroline Saunders, British Consul General
Mar 29, 2018
The UK and Canada - Current Affairs & Relations
Heather Cobb, Alberta Health Services
Apr 05, 2018
Inclusivity regarding LGBTQ+ persons in the work place and society.
Classification Event
Apr 12, 2018
Rebecca & Sola Adenekan
Apr 26, 2018
An Immigrant Experience in Calgary.
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