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On Tuesday, we heard a very interesting talk by Barry Davidson, from the Society for Safe and Caring Schools and Communities. The Society started as a task force set up in the 1990s to develop materials and programs for Alberta schools on anti-bullying. It has now evolved into a not for profit Society that develops materials and training programs to help Alberta legislators, teachers and schools develop programs that promote safe, caring and inclusive environments though promotion of healthy relationships.
 
They do this through various programs with different approaches to combat bullying, violence and exploitation of children and youth. Our children are not always taught how to care, to love and to deal with relationships in a healthy manner, or how to apply critical thinking to solve moral dilemmas. The Society’s guiding principles are to promote healthy relationships, respect and dignity, to provide research based programming resources and workshops, to teach prevention and intervention strategies and to listen, understand and respond to the needs of children and youth in order to help them mobilize their passions, energy and values.
 
One of these programs is the ART (Anger Replacement Therapy) project which aims to teach moral reasoning, social skills and anger management. The project has been implemented in two schools in Alberta so far, one in Wabasca and one just outside of Calgary, and has been life changing for some of the children and their families that have been involved.  Another program is the Orange Shirt Campaign, which will take place on 30 Sept this year, when everyone is encouraged to wear an orange shirt. This commemorates an event that took place many years ago, when a child entering a residential school had her shiny new orange shirt taken away. It will provide an opportunity to remember and come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope, for the new generations of children to come.
 
Visit their website: http://safeandcaring.ca/
 
 

 
 
We only have few tickets left, so hurry and get yours so you are not disappointed.
 
Caren and Skip Kerr hosted a great many members and guests in their home at Oktober Fest last year. View photo album from last year's fest.
 
This year they are graciously opening their door and their hearts again in hosting a Hawaiian Feast with all the trimmings provided.
The date is Saturday, August 13, 2016 from 4:00 pm (1600) till 9:00 pm (2100).
 
 
Like last year, the Kerr's are putting on the whole show by providing food, entertainment and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), Cocktails are $5 extra.
There will be prizes for best theme dressed couple or person.
 
All revenue from ticket sales will be destined to a Bridges to Prosperity project as suggested by the Kerr's.
 
The ticket price is $50/ea
 
 
If you have any questions, contact Stephan, the event organizer, drstephanvv@gmail.com 780-977-9327
 
Technical assistance, contact Hans G. hgrdane@telusplanet.net 780-466-5566
 

 
 
At our Tuesday , Jul 19 meeting, we welcomed back Heather de Kok to our Rotary family. Heather took a leave from the club last year to concentrate on her business Heather de Kok Floral Design.
 

 
 
 
The 2016-17 membership dues are due. An electronic invoice was emailed on July 21, 2016. The due date is August 31, 2016.
 
You can pay online from the link in the invoice or you can always open and click the link in the My Billing Account Balance link in the My ClubRunner box on the Admin page after login.
 
If you wish to pay by cash or cheque, give the $225.00 made out to "Rotary Club of Edmonton Strathcona" to Donna Hutton at your earliest convenience.
 
Membership fee in the club covers District dues, CN$80.00 annually and Rotary International dues, US$55.00 semi annually or US$110.00 annually.
 
Thank you for your prompt attention.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Donna Hutton, Treasurer, e: donnahut@telus.net
 
 

 
 
For those that don't know, Don is handing the keys to the vehicle that we helped to purchase with our $10,000 donation to YESS.
 
 

 
 
Members are reminded about the District Volunteer Security Policy, DOWNLOAD HERE.
 
This policy was generated from the requirement of our insurance company providing liability coverage in case of issues arising from members and non-Rotarians working with youth and other vulnerable members of our society.
 
The policy provides that all involved Rotarians and non-Rotarians complete a vulnerable persons police check.  See below or click 'Read more...'
 
Contact Hans Granholm, 780-466-5566 for more information.
 
 
 
 

 

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     Upcoming Speakers
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Jul 26, 2016
Terry Demers, AG
Investigations into Crime Committed by Inmates
Aug 02, 2016
Tracy Poulin, Dir., Edm Public Schools Foundation
Levelling the Playing Field in Education
Aug 09, 2016
Scott Murray, VP Sales & Marketing, Edm. Eskimos
Edmonton Eskimos - Commitments to the Community
Aug 16, 2016
Mona Nashman-Smith M.B.E.
"Education is just another word for peacekeeping"
Aug 23, 2016
Pres Dimitri and Augie Annicchiarico
Board Meeting Report and Classification Talk
Aug 30, 2016
Myron Keehn, VP Commercial Development EIA
Building Boom at Edmonton International
Sep 06, 2016
Dr. Mark Boyce, Dept of Biological Sciences,U of A
Managing Moose by Citizen Science
Sep 13, 2016
Ron Kustra and Dr. Ed Papp
Canadians for Sustainable Medicare
 

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Wedman, Don
 
Jul 26, Setup & Greeter
Henry, Don
 
Jul 26, Door Duty
Fernando, Des
 
Jul 26, Door Duty
Morley, Rob
 
Aug 2, Setup & Greeter
Docker, Ivan
 
Aug 2, Setup & Greeter
Jansen van Vuuren, Stephan
 
Aug 2, Door Duty
Pilz, Hans
 
Aug 2, Door Duty
Solash, Eric
 
Aug 9, Setup & Greeter
Stefanyk, Don
 
Aug 9, Setup & Greeter
Romaniuk, Wally
 
Aug 9, Door Duty
Chow, Campbell
 
Aug 9, Door Duty
Sutley, Ken
 
Aug 16, Setup & Greeter
Sekora, Gene
 
Aug 16, Setup & Greeter
Freeman, Dennis
 
Aug 16, Door Duty
Jansen van Vuuren, Carin
 
Aug 16, Door Duty
Solash, Eric
 
Aug 23, Setup & Greeter
Rayner, David
 
Aug 23, Setup & Greeter
Germain, Ken
 
Aug 23, Door Duty
Campbell, Vince
 
Aug 23, Door Duty
Fernando, Des
 
Aug 30, Setup & Greeter
Sandercock, Bob
 
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Germain, Eric
 
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Granholm, Hans
 
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Morley, Rob
 
 
 
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