Club Information
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Terrace!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
Bavarian Inn (Upstairs)
4332 Lakelse Avenue
Terrace, BC V8G 1N8
Club Executives & Directors
Service Projects
Immediate Past President
Public Relations
Club Administration
Colin Mohr Wins $25,000 -- because his was the fastest duck in this year's Terrace Rotary Wild Duck Race.  
And he was just as fast as his duck was, racing down to Ferry Island today to receive his prize money from Club President Chad Sallenback
Terrace Rotary donates $2,000 to Terrace Branch 13 of the Royal Canadian Legion for their sign project.
PHOTO BELOW:   Legion Branch 13 president Agnes Taylor receives cheque from Terrace Rotary President Chad Sallenback.
Terrace Rotary prepares for new Rotary year by installing our next president Chad Sallenback and the 2023-24 executive
Incoming District 5040 Governor Ron Malmas (Rotary Club of Terrace Skeena Valley) presents incoming Terrace Rotary President Chad Sallenback
with the 2023-24 Rotary Banner and our theme for the coming year:  "CREATE HOPE IN THE WORLD" 
The Rotary Club of Terrace is pleased to donate $8,000 to the Terrace Bluebacks Swim Club towards their Capacity Building project.
On Friday (Feb 10), members of the Bluebacks received the cheque from Club Secretary Dave Merritt and President Manuela Krisinger  
Terrace Rotary supports the arts community and the 2023 Sima Festival through a $2000 donation to the Outdoor Artist Collective.
This week, a cheque was presented to the OAC's Taylor Dilley and Anne Isabelle Leonard by Rotary Club Treasurer Rich Toomey.
Terrace Rotarian Reece Dozzi was awarded his 4th Paul Harris Fellow pin by Club President Manuela Krisinger at this week's meeting, recognizing his ongoing contributions to Rotary and the Foundation.
Congratulations Reece!
Our newest Rotarian:  Santrina Meeks --  flanked by District 5040 Governor John Berry and Rotary Club of Terrace President Manuela Krisinger 
Don't forget -- you can buy a Duck Race ticket from any member of the Rotary Club of Terrace -- or you can buy one (or more) online.
Race Day is August 1, 2022
The Rotary Club of Terrace was pleased to welcome visiting Rotarian Leon Venter and his wife Madelyn Venter, who joined us at a recent meeting.
The Venters were visiting from Klerksdorp, South Africa.
Rotary Club of Terrace installation of 2022-23 President Manuela Krisinger and her executive.
PHOTO:  Assistant District Governor Ron Malmas, outgoing president Sean Bujtas and incoming president Manuela Krisinger
(Photo by Sarah Zimmerman)

The Rotary Club of Terrace recently donated $2,500 to My Mountain Co-op/Shames Mountain to support the hill's Snow Angels program, which allows low income kids to have the opportunity to ski and snowboard.

My Mountain Co-op Director Kelly Gingles accepted the cheque from Rotary Club of Terrace president Sean Bujtas.

Terrace Rotary was busy as 2021 came to an end, with three more donations to local community groups during the month of December.

President Sean Bujtas and Treasurer Rich Toomey presented a cheque for $5,000 to Cindy Hall of the Terrace Women's Resource Centre, to support the centre's Imagination Library. The Imagination Library is an international initiative founded in 1995 by singer Dolly Parton to promote reading and literacy.

They also presented the Rotary Club's $3,000 contribution Mary Krug and Laurie Mitchell of “Stitching Generations” to provide comfort quilts for Terraceview Lodge, Mills Memorial Hospital and RCMP Victims Assistance, among other local organizations in need.

And a $2,000 cheque was given to Rose Dreger, Marion Falette and John Van De Velde of the Terrace Church's Food Bank to help feed those in need during the busy Christmas-New Years season.

The Rotary Club's contributions came from funds generated during last August's Wild Duck Race and November's TV/Online Auction.



The Rotary Club of Terrace got into the Christmas Spirit over the holiday season with a contribution to this year's Salvation Army Christmas Hamper program.

In the photo below, Terrace Salvation Army Lt. Sabrina Silvey is presented a cheque for $2,500 from Rotary Club of Terrace member Brian Downie.


The 61st annual Rotary Club of Terrace Auction is now history – and despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, area residents once again showed their generosity – and an eye for bargains.

Preliminary numbers released by the club after the two-day weekend auction show a total of $46,765 was bid on the 400 items donated by area businesses and agencies.

That represents just over 64% of the total retail value of the items.

Residents also donated $2,550 in cash.

The auction was live-streamed on YouTube, and was also available on Zoom – and despite a few technical glitches, Rotary Club spokesperson Brian Downie says the weekend went fairly well, thanks to the help of the many volunteers and the giving spirit of Terrace and area residents.

For the second straight year, COVID restrictions meant that spectators were not allowed in the Terrace Sportsplex to bid from the floor.

The money raised through the auction will be used to support the many community projects funded by Rotary.

The 61st Rotary Club of Terrace TV Auction has started online at You can see the Items on the website. You can also view the listing of Auction items on the Rotary Club of Terrace Facebook page later this weekend. Pre-bidding starts at 5 PM Friday October 29th.
You will require a Bid # to bid on any item which you can obtain by opening New Buyer Registration page on the Auction home page. If you need a reminder of your last year's Bid number, contact
Our live Auction is on Saturday November 6th and Sunday November 7th and this year we will livestream the Auction on YouTube. You can bid online, or phone 778-634-3501. The Auction times are Saturday November 6th 6 to 11 PM and Sunday November 7th 2 to 10 PM.
When we contact successful bidders to confirm your bids, we will ask for payment by debit or credit card, or e-transfer. You will be able to pick up your items outside the Sportsplex at our pick up station.
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