Canadian Flag Program
Kelly Smit
Jul 06, 2022 6:00 PM
Rowan House - Resource Development Team Lead
Scott Tannas
Sep 07, 2022 6:00 PM
Canadian Senator, Founder of Western Financial Group
Vice President
President Elect
Membership Chair
Immediate Past President
Director of Community Service
Director of Club Service
Director of International Service
Protection Officer
The Rotary Foundation
Director of Youth Service
Rotary Club of Okotoks 
Meeting Dates/Locations
1st & 3rd Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm  
Crystal Ridge GC Restaurant  
8 Crystal Grn Lane
**Meeting Via Zoom Available, contact for details**  
Mailing Address:
PO Box 84, Okotoks AB T1S 1A4


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It's not too late to order your Canadian flag in time for Canada Day and Labour Day long weekends. For just $45, Rotary volunteers will place a Canadian Flag on your lawn. They will set it up the week before and take it down the week after the long weekends. 
Proceeds go to Rotary youth programs and community projects.
Click HERE to get your flag in time!
Okotoks High School Students graduating this year and going on to post-secondary education in Canada can apply HERE for one of two $1500 bursaries from the Rotary Club of Okotoks. Please look for the ROTARY CLUB OF OKOTOKS CAREER OPPORTUNITY AWARDS and click that link to apply. Deadline to apply is June 15th.
If you have any questions, please send us an email to 
Calling all budding entrepreneurs! 
Applications are now open for this year's campers for the Rotary Alberta Youth Entrepreneurship Camp at Cypress Hills, Alberta. This year's camp will run from August 7 - 13th. The Rotary Club of Okotoks will cover camp costs for 3 local students aged 13 - 15. 
Go to to sign up today!
The 2022 Rotary Club Canadian Flag program is now open in Okotoks. This ever popular program is an important fundraiser for youth programs and community projects. We are grateful for our subscribers who, for a donation of $60, get a Canadian flag planted on their front lawn for the weeks before and after Victoria Day, Canada Day and Labour Day long weekends. 
Click HERE to order your flag today.
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