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Ready for Rotary Day

Feb. 23 will be Rotary Day in Burnaby.

The international community service organization comprised of business people and professionals is celebrating its 100th anniversary in British Columbia. It has been a part of Burnaby for 66 years.

In that time the city's three Rotary clubs have contributed to such projects as the Rotary walkway and viewing tower at Burnaby Lake, the playground at Fraser Foreshore Park, the Rotary House for disabled persons, Rotary Rollers graffiti paint outs, Coats for Kids, the Brentwood Festival of Lights and Edmonds School's Santa breakfast.

 

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