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We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Steveston Hotel
12111 3rd Avenue
Richmond (Steveston), BC  V7E 3K1
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This week's meeting will be moved to 6pm to accommodate our mate and past president Jack Evans. Come share a laugh and a tall tale or 3. No morning meeting . 
On a chilly Saturday morning, members from the club participated in the Richmond RCMP Toy Drive and Pancake Breakfast, a fun and festive event to create a Christmas themed atmosphere (including Santa himself) and invited the public to join the celebration by bringing new unwrapped toys to “Stuff the Squad Car” or give cash donations to receive a free pancake breakfast, a visit with Santa, and other various goodies provided by our sponsors. All proceeds collected benefited the Richmond Christmas Fund, a program of Richmond Cares Richmond Gives who assist low income residents of Richmond. 
Halloween 31st October 2016
 
Another happy time spent handing out candy!
Kumiko, owl witch, wicked witch Marion, Dracula Paul, and the nice witch Lynne were joined  by zebra Megan, John Madsen and Scott Campbell, not in costume! 
So many families and individuals had dressed up for this fun afternoon. Well done! The rain held up and there was lots of laughing. 
 
World Polio Day 24th October 2016
 
In recognition of World Polio Day, Mary Laing, Lynne Rimmer and Marion Whiting hosted a “Happy ‘appy social evening” at Lynne’s home in Steveston. 
Twenty one members and friends attended.
During the evening we watched a recording of the broadcast by Tom Fielding, the Director of the U.S. Centre for Disease Control who gave an update as to the World situation regarding Polio and the need for continued diligence and funding.  A great evening and every one enjoyed a fun, social get together.
On 24 October, join us for our fourth annual World Polio Day event, co-hosted with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We’ll be streaming live from CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, to bring together more than 50,000 viewers around the world. We’ll be joined by celebrities and experts to share our progress on the road to polio eradication.