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Pictured are (left to right): President Darren Fisk, Shannon Whidden, Executive Director, TB Symphony Orchestra (for kid's music education programming); Ed Long, Prostate Cancer Support Group (for essential promotion); Ellen Orchard and Kim Mc Niven, LU Interprovincial Student Society (for its programming), and Kevin Holloway, Rotary Allocations Chair.On behalf of the happy recipients, (Rev) Ed Long thanked our club. Judy De Cicco, Executive Director, Thunder Bay and District Humane Society, presented today on "Take the Lead-the TB and District Spay and Neuter Clinic." She is pictured (at right along with president Fisk and colleague Sue Rob of TBDHS). President-elect Vonnie Cheng chaired today's meeting and is pictured with guest speaker John Pateman, Chief Librarian and CEO of TBPL.President Darren Fisk started the meeting with the French National Anthem to commemorate those who suffered and lost their lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. The club had a busy agenda today commencing with a very respectful Remembrance Day Service with members of the Thunder Bay colour guard militia including a presentation on all aspects of Canadian involvement in military actions dating from WW1 to the present deployments in the Middle East by Regimental Sergeant –Major George Romick.He is pictured on the far Right with President Darren Fisk (far Left) and our second presenters for the day (see below for description), Dr, Richard Maundrell, Chair of the Philosophy Department at Lakehead University, who introduced the key-note speaker, his colleague Dr.Wayne Milloy played a poignant last post on trumpet.Dr Jobbitt presented on the Refugee Crisis in Hungary and Europe. James Public School Partnership was highlighted today with Bill Everitt introducing and MCing the description and the major players involved in this project, a 4 year partnership agreement currently entering its third year.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.
He was introduced by Laurie Tulloch (very comprehensively) and thanked by Bob Tomlinson. Allocations Chair Kevin Holloway (far L) was pleased today to present cheques to another round of worthy community recipients: Marissa Tamasi , a dietician at TBRHSC-Renal Unit on behalf of the renal unit “Hamper Program;” Mitchel Van Kannel on behalf of the MS Society (Lake Superior Chapter) re their “Client Services Program;” and (Rev) Ray Dunn on behalf of Nu-Vision’s “multicultural Youth Counsel” working with other agencies such as TB Police and Dilico in a local Thunder Bay neighbourhood.
Entitled “The Road to Leadership-Our RYLA Experience”, the girls spoke of the numerous leadership activities the camp is famous for.
Working together as a team, collaboration, effective teen strategies and social skills were but some of the areas discussed.
He also reminded us to bring a well charged cell phone to our assigned station.
Guest Speaker at Today's Meeting Pictured above on the left is guest speaker Marie Klassen, the Executive Director of the Lakehead Social Planning Council with Rotarian Cheryl-Lyn Lamers, who introduced the speaker.