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PRESS RELEASE: JENNA HAUCK
LOCAL NEWS- The Chilliwack Progress
July 24, 2021
 
A new Rotary club in Chilliwack has been working hard to ensure fundraising events and community service projects went ahead during COVID-19.
The Rotary Club of Chilliwack After Hours group is a “small little club of members with big hearts,” said co-directors of fundraising, Kathy Funk and Lara Clayton
 
A BIG SHOUT OUT to Guide Engineering & Mahyar Niroumand for their support and generosity sponsoring our meeting venue at the Curling Club. THANK YOU!!!

Guide Engineering is a Civil Engineering firm within Chilliwack & Fraser Valley, BC. Our team has over 20 years of experience in the field of Civil Engineering, Construction management and Consulting.
Check out their webpage & show them some love on social media.

https://www.guideengineering.ca/

email: mahyar.niroumand@guideengineering.ca

phone: 778 - 539 -7079

​Address: PO BOX 1039, Vedder Crossing PO, Chilliwack, BC

The World Needs More Rotarians
 
Are you community and people centred? Do you love to make an impact in your local community and in the world? You may be a Rotarian at heart. Come check out Rotary Club of Chilliwack AFTER HOURS. Like our page and follow us on social! You just might find yourself right at home with our Club.
 
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2nd & 4th Monday 5:30 P.M.
Chilliwack Curling Club
45550 Spadina Ave.
 
Our mailing address:
300-44500 South Sumas Road
Chilliwack, B.C. V2R 5M3
Canada
 
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