Some of out past projects:
Significant additions to our community in which Rotary was a prime mover and shaker have been:
– Establishing of the Gordon Howard Seniors’ Centre, and decades later moving to a larger location.
– Building the Selkirk Park outdoor swimming pool
– Building a $1 million Skate Park in Selkirk Park.
– Specialized equipment for the ambulance service
– Purchasing a special imaging camera for fire fighters
– Bringing the first Jaws of Life to the fire department
– Spearheading the drive and fundraising for a Dialysis Centre in Selkirk hospital
…and many more small projects from flag poles for the arena to tree planting and river bank clean up.
Youth, children and adults have had their quality of life improved by Selkirk Rotary through:
– Long and short term exchanges to other countries for our teens.
– Bursaries and awards for good citizenship to youth
– Specialized furnishing for children’s hearing diagnostics
– Lifeline subsidies to seniors
– Rotary Youth Leadership camps for youth and teens, Model United Nations for teens, and Adventures for teens interested in technology, citizenship, agriculture, and human rights.
– Human Rights exploratory university credit for young adults.