Lindagene Coyle
  District Awards Committee  

The District Awards Committee judges and awards recognition of the competitions and prizes listed below.  The Awards are announced at the July 21st, 2019 Governors Installation Dinner at the Quality Hotel in Abbotsford. 

The 2019 District Awards

To be awarded at the Governors Installation Dinner, July 21st, 2019.

Nomination forms are available by clicking the link on the left hand side. 

There are two types of District Awards - those which require a submission from the club President and those which are based on data such as attendance or contribution.

Some awards will be awarded based on club size – small (up to 29 members), medium (30 to 59 members) and large (60+ members) as well as multi-club awards.



These are awards that a Rotary Club can submit to District Awards Chair, Lindagene Coyle ( using the forms in the left column.

Deadline to submit nomination forms is July 10th, 2019



- Most new members

- Most new Female members

- Most new members under 40

- Highest retention percentage

Proactive and creative initiative in the areas of attracting new members and retaining existing members.

Rookie Of The Year
- Awarded to a first year Rotarian in District 5050 who embraces the ideals of Rotary by making a significant service contribution to their Club or the District and who joined Rotary within the past 18 months.  

McLean Community Project Award 
- Awarded to the best community project. Awards given out by Areas of Focus.

International Project Award 
- Awarded to the best international project. Awards given out by Areas of Focus.

Multi-Club Project Award

- Awarded to the best Multi-club projects. Awards given out by the Areas of Focus.

Rotary Public Image Award 
- this new award recognizes Clubs which "tell the Rotary story", with an emphasis on promotion in all of its aspects.  Awards given to small, medium, large and multi-club projects.


These awards are for achievements that do not require submissions:

John Vanderzicht Award 
- Awarded to the Club with the highest average percentage attendance by the time of District Conference.

Keenlyside Membership Award
- Two membership awards: one to a Club with the highest percentage gain in membership and one to a Club with the highest number of new members to April 1, 2018. 

White Rock Award
- Awarded to a Club with the highest attendance at the District Conference based on the distance from the conference and percentage of club members in attendance.

World Community Service
- Awarded for the highest per capita giving towards international programs.

Ron Goldfinch Most Valuable Rotarian

- Awarded by the District Governor to Rotary members who exemplify Service Above Self