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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 camp is a vital part of our Rotary youth programming.
The girls (with family in attendance), where encouraged to continue as ambassadors, even club facilitators.
Steve Jobbitt , Department of History, Lakehead University (centre Left and Right respectively).
Regarding the first presentation, Captain Romick was introduced by Kevin Holloway, and thanked by Lori Mitchell.
Jim Colquhoun (known by the students and staff as” Jim”) and one of a number of dedicated readers.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.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.
Ms De Cicco is clearly passionate about animals, and the program will help tackle the large overpopulation of pets. Though John did answer questions on the library in today's frenetic world, his specified purpose was to "enlighten" members on a special community initiative entitled the "World War 1 Thunder Bay Project." TBPL is partnering with a number of interested groups to provide a web based portal to help us remember the role of Thunder Bay in the great (WW1) war.