Speaker Date Topic
Fred Lawlor Sep 27, 2018
Director of HIP [Honouring Indigenous Peoples] at www.rotaryhip.com
Samantha Murray Oct 04, 2018
House of Friendship

House of Friendship– it encompasses a rickshaw ambulance that helps take pregnant women to and from the hospitals in places where it’s hard to get transportation. It’s part of a larger project called Change the Birth Story and focuses on Maternal and Newborn Child Health in 5 different countries.

Bio of Sam Murray:

Her name is Sam Murray and she is an Associate at Plan International Canada on the Community Events and Organizations team. She manages third party event fundraisers and community groups, such as Rotary Clubs. She enjoys working with other change-makers and loves getting to know what they are passionate about. Previously, she was an intern at the United Nations Refugee Agency, and Peace Brigades International. She studied History and Human Rights at Carleton University, studying for a brief time at Jean Moulin University in Lyon, France. In her free time, she likes to work out, walk her dog and cook – only vegetarian meals though! She grew up in Burlington (Milcroft) and now lives with her dog and partner at a beautiful park in Toronto.

Chirstiane Oct 11, 2018
Shelter Box
Allister Field Oct 18, 2018
Protect Your Money presentation on fraud prevention

Presentation will be by Allister Field, Manager, Enforcement Branch, Ontario Securities Commission.


Off Site Club Meeting at ROCK Oct 25, 2018

Located at 471 Pearl St, Burlington

James Hutton, DIRECTOR Nov 01, 2018

As you may have heard Bob Young and The Tiger-Cats are launching a new professional soccer club, Forge FC. Forge FC will begin play in the newly formed Canadian Premier League in April, 2019. http://hamiltonprosoccer.ca and http://canpl.ca

Glendyne Gerrard, Director of Defend Dignity Nov 22, 2018
human trafficking in Canada and specifically in Halton

Glendyne Gerrard is the Director of Defend Dignity, a national organization that works to end all forms of sexual exploitation in Canada.  She was part of the small group who founded the organization in 2010.  Glendyne is connected with survivors across Canada who fuel her passion to address this issue.  She lives in Oakville, Ontario with her husband Doug of 41 years.  They have 3 married children and 8 grandchildren who provide her with much joy.