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Welcome to our Club!

Richmond Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Richmond Golf & Country Club
9100 Steveston Hwy
Richmond, BC  V7A 1M5
Canada
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Upcoming Speakers
Kimi and Kareno from Sweet Digz Farm
Jun 01, 2017
Their story
Heather Harrison
Jun 08, 2017
Strategic Planning Meeting
Brian Cole
Jun 15, 2017
Reclassification Talk
No speaker
Jun 22, 2017
Thank you to outgoing president
Gavin Shoker
Jun 29, 2017
RYLA
 
Club Stories
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin May 18, 2017
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin February 16, 2017
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin June 30, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin April 14, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin April 7, 2016
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Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin March 24, 2016
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Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin March 10, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin March 3, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin February 25, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin February 18, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin February 11, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin February 4, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin January 28, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin January 21, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin January 14, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin January 7, 2016
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin December 3, 2015
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin November 19, 2015
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin November 12, 2015
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin November 5, 2015
Richmond Sunrise Club Bulletin October 29,2015
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin October 15, 2015
Richmond Sunrise Rotary Club Bulletin October 8, 2015
 
 
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