Bird Studies Canada's Atlantic Program Manager, Becky Stewart, was chosen to participate in a Rotary International Group Study Exhange. Becky, along with three other young professionals, will be travelling to Maharashtra, India in November of 2012. Along the way, Becky will have the opportunity to meet with fellow BirdLife International partner, the Bombay Natural History Society. This blog was created so BSC members and rotarians alike can follow Becky on her upcoming adventure.
I couldn't ask to be sponsored by a more wonderful club. In their 81st year, the Sackville club is still going strong with over 35 members hailing from all corners of Sackville, the Tantramar area, and several “come from awayers”. With open arms they welcomed me, and many other Bird Studies Canada staff to Sackville. Anyone who shows up at George's Roadhouse (67 Lorne Street) at 7:15 am is sure to recieve the same welcome and a delicious breakfast. But be careful, this is an extremely active club and you are sure to be asked to join them for a Pancake Breakfast or an evening of Wine Tasting...and really who can refuse? The Sackville Club truly embodies the motto of "Service above Self" whether it is fundraising for a local school breakfast program or for water filters for Hispaniola.
The Rotary Club of Sackville
The Sackville Club is "this close" to eradicating polio,
an flagship Rotary international initiative.
Join them for breakfast...you'll never leave hungry