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Club Budget Deliberations
Mar 26, 2019 7:00 PM
Loc: Royal Cdn Legion
North Grenville Science Fair
Mar 29, 2019 8:00 AM
North Grenville District HS
Cash Calendar Meeting
Apr 02, 2019 6:30 PM
Loc: Royal Cdn Legion
 
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Tonight's meeting was a special occasion for two reasons, the induction of new Rotarians, Kimberly and Sean and a visit by our district governor.
Pictured below, members welcoming Kimberly and Sean into our fold. It appears that there was some humour during the induction.
 
 
Following the induction ceremony, District Governor Martha spoke to us about the evolving nature of Rotary and conducted a small quiz to see how well we know our community based on information she had gathered from Statistics Canada. The information which was based on the last census came as a surprise to some of our members. Below DG Martha takes us through the exercise.
 
Members of the club provided a dinner of Shephed's Pie, salad, cake and ice cream at the House of Lazarus' Dinner on Us this past week. The members below were part of the group who cooked, served and organized the dinner.
 
We recently had a joint meeting with the Lions club to hear a presentation by the Kemptville Youth Centre. Operations manager Barb Tobin and Programmes coordinator Maura Lepore gave our clubs an overview of the services they provide, the youth they serve as well as the resources and constraints they function with. Their presentation was well received by both clubs.
Our thanks to the Lions Club for hosting us.
Darren Givoque of the North Grenville Community Foundation was a recent speaker at our club. Darren provided us with the origins of the Foundation and explained how it can help both individuals and groups leave a lasting legacy in their community. Pictured below, Darren goes over some of the finer points of how the Foundation operates.
 
About Rotary

Rotary members, as volunteers, conduct projects and donated time and energy to address today’s humanitarian challenges, including illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty, lack of clean water, and environmental concerns while encouraging high standards in all vocations. Rotary members strive to build goodwill and peace, and provide humanitarian service in the communities and throughout the world. For more information, visit www.kemptvillerotary.ca or contact President Jo-Anne.
 
 

Kemptville

We meet Tuesdays at 6:30 PM
Royal Canadian Legion
100 Reuben Crescent
Kemptville, ON  K0G 1J0
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