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Banff

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Banff Park Lodge
222 Lynx Street
Banff, AB  T1L 1B3
Canada
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Our lunch meetings are held at the Banff Park Lodge located at 222 Lynx Street, Banff, AB.
 
Lunch commences at 12:15. We welcome all guests to join us. Cost is $21.50
In March of 1929 the Banff Rotary Club climbed to Mt. Norquay for lunch, aided by horse drawn sleighs and the dog teams of Ike Mills. "A snow slide occurred at the Norquay Camp a short time after the Rotarians and guests had left. A spectacular sight as the snow came off the top and funnelled down the slide area to the north of the cabin. Some wild rumours have been circulated about the slide covering the cabin. These are groundless. The slides are annual events and have been expected by ski officials for several days." (Crag & Canyon)
 
From "The Spirit of Norquay" by Eddie Hunter
 
December 2019
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