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Reverend Dunn thanked Rotarians on behalf of the whole group, and reminded us that he was a Rotary student award recipient 60 (sixty) years ago!
Kevin and the club are delighted with assisting these community service partners.
This timely topic was highly credible, fascinating and very sobering. Jobbitt had first- hand visitor experience in the very challenging (for migrants and the world) country of Hungary (Budapest and environs). Pictured beside Bill (far left) in order, are: Brenda Winter (Reading Chair); Brian Thompson (Music Co-Chair); Jaimie Mintenko (Fitness Chair); Elaine Oades (current St.
The figures are quite literally mind-boggling and Canada’s albeit noble commitment to bring in 25,000 migrants is in reality a drop in the bucket. The club welcomed back into the Rotary fold : Jim Crooks (previously in our club) and Jeff Sampson, previously in Rotary in Sudbury. James Principal); Rob Grady (Music Co- Chair) and President Darren Fisk.
However the personal touch, face to face still holds sway... New Rotarian Peter Viitala entered the Rotary family at our first 2016 meeting with fanfare. Roly Turner, current (in his 4th year) Rotary District Foundation Chair, delivered a masterful explanation of the Rotary Foundation.
At this festive meeting, we warmed up to the dulcet song of our exchange student Anne-Helene Kerner, singing classic French songbook, including Vive le Vent D'hiver, accompanied by Rob Grady (L) and Kevin Holloway (R) on well practiced guitasr.
Kevin Holloway then introduced and thanked recipients of recent club allocation funding.
This presentation was superb and club members have requested a return visit from Dr. This global phenomenon is critically important to humanity and likely to worsen going forward. Darren Fisk (far L) welcomed the lads : Jim (left of centre) and Jeff (far Right). Missing in the picture are Rob Graham (Guest speakers thanker) and Krysta Logozzo (Rotary Community Services Chair playing a big part). James of interest is the alma mater of our member Dr.
Jim Colquhoun (known by the students and staff as” Jim”) and one of a number of dedicated readers.The topic for today was the community service titled '211'.