Fonds - Rotary Club of Lloydminster

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Rotary Club of Lloydminster

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  • 1929 - 1999, predominant 1987 - 1999 (Creation)
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    Lloydminster (Saskatchewan)

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120 cm of textual records

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The Rotary Club of Lloydminster was founded on 13 February 1929 at a meeting held in the Britannia Hotel, where Charter No. 3021 was presented by District Governor, G. Fred McNally. In keeping with the goals of the Rotary Club International, its purpose was to provide service to others through efforts to improve the community, to promote high ethical standards in business and professional life and to advance the cause of world peace. As a local service club, Rotary has supported many Lloydminster community projects, including the Public Library, Special Needs children, Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, the Salvation Army, Care, Chinese Relief and Rotary Park. However, the Rotary Club is best known for its work with student projects, such as the Rotary Youth leadership Awards, Rotary "Adventures" and student exchanges.

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Fonds consists of minutes, financial statements, correspondence, reports, newsletters, other publications, ephemera and photographs.

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