Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council Co-ordinator Lee Ann Chevrette "was back" yet again to report to the club on this occasion on the
8th Annual Mayor's COMMUNITY SAFETY AWARDS  (for 2018, in it's 8th year with 53 recipients).

She is pictured with President-elect Rod Morrison ( who's introduction was cogent and simple..."she's back") and past Police Services Board Chair, Rotarian Jackie Dojack, who's thanks to Lee Ann summed up the fine her presentation of "very powerful success stories."

The individual award recipients were profiled on a video and are clearly most deserving of recognition..and it is hoped the public at large are made better aware of these folks toiling behind the scenes "making everyone safer...a community effort." Much going on is contributing: Lee Ann mentioned an example-a "hip hop" concert in a park.

A brochure on the winners was circulated and a link will follow:

Many thanks again to Lee Ann for bringing us awareness (and hope) in this topical and challenging time.

The club welcomed new member David Marler today, with the Club President Warren Philp introducing David (Warren brings David into the Rotary sphere); the charge being delivered by Vonnie Cheng; and the ongoing mentorship under Art Warwick. All are pictured above David is 2nd left).
Congratulations and best wishes to David are extended. His extensive background in the legal profession and community service will be a big plus for the club.