Past presidents and current president Kelly Fisher blow out the candles on Daybreak Rotary Club’s 25th birthday cake.

Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club celebrates its 25th

Campbell River’s Daybreak Rotary Club celebrated 25 years of community and international service

Campbell River’s Daybreak Rotary Club celebrated 25 years of community and international service on Saturday night. The club, which built the Maritime Heritage Centre, held its celebration in the grand hall of the centre.

The evening kicked off with cocktails, followed by a welcoming speech and champagne toast to the club by Assistant Governor Lana Eagle. Guests dined and reminisced about the past and the club’s history.

Campbell River Daybreak Rotary hosts the International Student Exchange Program and welcomed student Eva Lalakova from the Czech Republic at the gala.

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