Rotary District Governor to visit Rotarians in DC Friday

The Albertan who connects 1.2 million Rotary Club members worldwide with Rotarians from the northern regions of three Western provinces and two Territories will be visiting Dawson Creek this Friday at the GDI 7am for breakfast

Tracey Vavrek is the new District Governor of District 5370 for 2019-20 and a member of the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie (Alberta) After Five.

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As District Governor, Vavrek serves as a liaison between Rotary International President Mark Maloney,  and Rotarians in her Rotary District 5370.

Rotary District 5370 consists of 60 clubs throughout Northern Alberta, Northwest Saskatchewan, Northeastern British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon. It also includes 53 high school and junior high Interact clubs and 10 Rotaract clubs for post-secondary students and young adults who just beginning their careers. 

“What I most look forward to during my visit is learning more about how Rotarian in Dawson Creek are serving their local communities and people in need around the world,” Vavrek says. “These are people of action, people who get things done.”

From July to the end November, Vavrek expects to travel more than 33,000 kms to visit all 60 Rotary clubs in the District.

"The 2019-20 Rotary International theme is ‘Rotary Connects the World,’ so I will be listening to Rotarians’ stories of how they are connecting the world, both in their communities and through international projects.,” Vavrek says.

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