The Rotary E-club concept is fairly new. It was only in 2010 that Rotary International officially accepted E-clubs. There is a lot to learn, but luckily thanks to other E-clubs, there is a lot of information available. The links and documents on this site will direct the reader to several helpful websites or other information needed to start and operate a young E-cub such as this one.
The Rotary E-Club of Canada One, known as RECCO by its members, received Provisional status on October 2011, and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Stony Plain in District 5370, the Rotary Club of Sarnia, Ontario, and the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie, Alberta. It was chartered on the 109th birthday of Rotary, on February 23, 2013, in a ceremony hosted across North America, and attended by Rotarians and guests from around the world.
RECCO posts a new meeting at the beginning of each week, for members and guests who can attend “when and where they want”.For a small donation of $10 in place of a meal, RECCO members receive a credit and guests receive a make-up for meeting attendance.
More information on club activities and fellowship opportunities is available at
The Rotary E-Club of Canada One (RECCO) is pleased to be a sponsor of the District 5370 Virtual Conference 2020. The Project Fair is an excellent opportunity to learn about the projects currently supported by RECCO:
Westlock Rotary Dinner Theatre is bringing the show to you virtually this year. Stay Home and Stay safe, Support Westlock Rotary by purchasing a ticket to this one of a kind Video on demand movie experience. An original featuring locals.
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The result was an evening of fun on Tuesday, July 7, which raised $50,000. The money will go to support SAIF---Stop Abuse in Families, youth mental health and other organizations supporting those in St. Albert hit hard by COVID-19.
The Rotary Clubs of Edmonton Riverview (Canada) and the Kampala - Munyonyo (Uganda), and the Mountain Gorilla Conservation Society of Canada are asking for your support in donating to One Health Scholarships.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Canada is a free book gifting program devoted to inspiring a love of reading in the hearts of children everywhere. Each month, enrolled children receive a high quality, age appropriate book in the mail, free of charge
The Rotary E-club concept is fairly new. It was only in 2010 that Rotary International officially accepted E-clubs. There is a lot to learn, but luckily thanks to other E-clubs, there is a lot of information available.
Edmonton area Rotary Clubs have been presenting Integrity Awards to non-Rotarians who live the Four Way Test since 1994. In 2020, ten Edmonton area clubs selected a recipient. Each club takes a turn leading the organization of the event.
The Rotary Club of Sherwood Park has been privileged to support the work of Emmanuel Foundation for the past three years. Emmanuel Foundation serves as the shipping arm for our District for International Development projects.
Guatemala is one of the poorest countries in Latin American with an astounding illiteracy rate over 60%. Schooling is substandard with hidden costs preventing many children from attending beyond the primary level. Yet these children are eager to learn.
For 15 years, the Rotary Club of Edmonton Gateway, supported by several Rotary Clubs in RI District 5370, the Community Initiatives Program and in-country partners, have been building schools in Mozambique.
Grande Prairie Rotary Clubs formed a Society to develop a 'Rotary Wellness Centre' to provide affordable and caring accommodations for patients and their families receiving medical care in Grande Prairie because Rotary builds community.