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The purpose of the provincially funded service is to provide easy access to a variety of questions an individual may have.Examples given included sources for help if you are the victim of domestic violence, to information on where is the Christmas Parade, to where am I if you were suddenly afflicted with dementia. Also at the meeting the Oktoberfest committee announced that the profit for this year’s event was just under ,000 with the sponsored charity of ‘Our Kids Count' to get 1/3 and our club to keep the balance. We were greeted at the door today by Bonnie Moore and Bruce Nelson.The project is in 3 phases with the new building to become the only dedicated unit between North Bay and the Manitoba border. Thunder Bay Police Sergeant Poulter (right in photo) emphasized the importance of being physically and mentally ready to work this event.
The girls (with family in attendance), where encouraged to continue as ambassadors, even club facilitators.The topic for today was the community service titled '211'.This is a telephone, internet (found at 211north.ca) and walk in service found at Victoriaville.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.
Bob Tomlinson, dressed in red, thanks Prince Arthur Hotel ‘s Richard Toffanello for yet another year of faithful service in setting up the rooms for club meetings, serving food and attending to various and sundry requirements of Rotarians.