Longtime Rotarian William Dyke is to be remembered in a service this afternoon at Hazelmere Golf & Country Club.

Longtime Rotarian to be celebrated

A tribute to longtime Peninsula Rotarian William Dyke is set for 1-3 p.m. today in South Surrey

A longtime Peninsula Rotarian will be remembered in a service this afternoon (Thursday) at Hazelmere Golf & Country Club.

The tribute to William Dyke – a Paul Harris Fellow and a past-president of the Rotary Club of White Rock – is set for 1-3 p.m. at the 18150 8 Ave. facility.

Dyke became a Rotarian in 1954, when he joined in Dawson Creek. He was a part of organization’s Bequest Society, a past-president pioneer of Rotary District 5050 and a past-chairman of the District 505 Foundation.

In 2006, he received a 25-year perfect-attendance award from the Rotary Club of White Rock.

White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin is to speak at the service.

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