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Tillsonburg

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Corner Perk Restaurant
101 Broadway St.
Tillsonburg, ON N4G3P5
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Rotary Meeting of July 8, 2020.
8 members were joined by Brenda Waugh (Scotland).
President Mike Donnelly led the discussion today. He spoke of a review of our Fund Raising for both the short term and the long term. Treasurer John Lohuis shared the financial statement for the Club as of July 1. This document was circulated separately to all Club members.
In the General Account, we will have dues payable to RI and the District of $3500 and Insurance of $400.
In the Service Account, we have $10,000 allocated for the work in Memorial Park.
We have a number of Expenses such as Youth Exchange, the Medals Awards, and the various other programs and awards that we give out each year for Youth.
There were a number of ideas for fund raising.
We could sell lottery tickets and have non-Rotarian sellers who would receive a portion or commission on what they sell.
PDG John Gilvesy shared ideas from other clubs. (see attachment).
Various ideas involving golf as both a fund raiser and as a program for young people were suggested. Brenda Waugh offered to share information from similar programs in Scotland.
Programs:
July 15 - John Gilvesy will update us on the Microfinance Project in Honduras (HEC).
July 22 - Jay Weiler will update us on the Communications program.
July 29 - open still.
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, President John Lohuis congratulates the following winners of the June Trip of the Month Draw.
First Prize Air Transat Glasgow and Edinburgh City Tour
#0266 Mike Glass
Second Prize $100 #0272 Trevor Stuyt
Third Prize $75 #0509 Kassandra Way
Fourth Prize $75 #0279 Joshua and Lorna Marsden
Fifth Prize $50 #0112 Trish McKibbon
Sixth Prize $50 #0585 Somerleigh and Nathan Comer
Seventh Prize $50 #0411 Magda Donck
Contact Information:
John
Lohuis
519-842-6780
This concludes the 2019-2020 Draw. The Rotary Club thanks everyone for their support of our work in the community with Youth and Seniors. The draw for 2020-2021 is canceled due to the pandemic. We plan to be back next year.

10 local Rotarians and ADG Brenda Waugh met via Zoom for our Change of Officers Night.

We were joined by our spouses and it made for a very pleasant evening.

Please note that our meeting of July 1 is canceled.

 

President John thanked his Executive and the Club for their support this past year.  It was a team effort.

Some of our Service projects as outlined by John:

Memorial Park equipment and trees.

Youth Scholarships

Training for Youth and the Adventure in Understanding program.

Youth Exchange

We sponsor 2 Foster Children.

Honduras Micro-Finance program.

Clock Tower - perhaps we can sell more bricks.

Grade 3 Dictionaries.

Paul Harris Night and the Foundation.

Road Rally.

bowling and golfing.

Christmas Parade Float.

Book Fair and Turtle Fest.

 

Our new President, Mike Donnelly thanked now Past-President John for his leadership. 

The Officers for 2020-2021:

Treasurer - John Lohuis

Secretary - Brian Clark

President-Elect - Jay Weiler.

Membership - Tom Simmons.

Foundation - Keith Hodgkinson.

Fund Raising - Mike Donnelly.

 

Mike then touched on matters of interest due to the uncertainty of the Covid pandemic.  He spoke of the need to combine our fund raising with visibility in the community.  We need to increase our membership and possibly change our meeting format.  We should also be asking prospective members what kind of projects they want to do in Rotary.

 

Trivia Contest:

Jay and Shelley arranged a Trivia Contest relating to Tillsonburg history and Rotary Club history.  We all had fun and lots of laughs as memories were recalled of good times past.

 

 

13 local Rotarians and 4 Guests attended.  Our guests included PDG Don Watkins (RC of Peterborough-Kawartha), ADG Brenda Waugh, Gloria Aykroyd, and Rachel Parker.

 

Our speaker today was Rotarian Dr. Mohamed Abdalla, Chief of Intensive Care at TDMH.  Mohamed thanked everyone in the community for their support during the Covid-19 pandemic.  He advised us that there is now a Covid Screening Centre located at 17 Bear St. but by appointment only.  Anyone who is concerned about exposure and wants to be tested can call and arrange an appointment.  The Hospital is testing everyone who enters as a patient for Covid.

 

Re-opening the Hospital to normal care again will be a gradual process.  At present, the Outpatient Services are closed and he is seeing patients virtually.  The LHIN has addressed re-opening and if there is an increase in cases, then society will have to close again until the number of cases declines.  Social distancing has helped a lot but if only 55-65% of people comply with it, the number of cases will increase again.  So it is important to continue to keep our distance from one another.

 

Dr. Abdalla noted that as a result of the pandemic and isolation measures, the In Patient population dropped to 30% of normal and the Emergency Room was much less busy.  In some cases, patients who needed to seek hospital care had delayed attending because of fear of the Covid virus.  In some instances, this led to serious illnesses not being addressed as soon as they should have been.

 

The Hospital Staff had to develop protocols for working with patients to keep the Staff safe and yet provide necessary treatment.  They made plans to expand the ICU spaces and to re-train OR nurses to staff the ICU if needed.

Dr. Abdalla answered a number of questions.  He said that although no one knows for certain what long term sequellae may occur in recovered Covid patients, there may well be long lasting effects from the illness.  He also noted the effect on the healthcare workers from stress and mentioned psychological effects and Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome.

 

Work Party:  There is a work party at Memorial Park on Saturday morning in two groups of 5 each beginning at 8:30-9:30 and 10:00-11:00.  We will be cleaning up brush and watering our tree nursery.

 

Report from the Board of Directors Meeting:

The Club will donate $6500 to the Helping Hand Food Bank

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, President John Lohuis congratulates the following winners of the May Trip of the Month Draw.
 

First Prize         Great Canadian Trip:  The "New" New York.

#0024  Mike Cerna

Second Prize      $100     #0132    Roy Beechey

Third Prize        $75        #0102    Helen Johnson and Janet Weaver

Fourth Prize      $75        #0447    Peter Oliveira

Fifth Prize        $50        #0094    Brad Bennett

Sixth Prize        $50        #0403    Pat Carroll

Seventh Prize    $50        #0397    Brian Crompton

Rotary Meeting of May 20, 2020.
9 Rotarians and a number of guests attended the ZOOM meeting.
Our guests were Anne and Don Soepboer, ADG Brenda Waugh (Scotland), PDG Don Watkins (RC of Peterborough-Kawartha) and Debbie Vance (Charter President of the RC of Ucluelet, BC)
Don Watkins was President of the RC of Tillsonburg in 1981-82 and was District Governor 7080 during the early 1990's.
Trip of the Month news: PDG Karen Oakes (Simcoe) and Eugene Todd have donated their Trip winnings back to the Club in a very generous gesture to help Rotary when we can not raise funds for community work due to the pandemic. Thank you!
Jay Weiler has been trimming the grass at our tree nursery near the Community Centre Complex.
John Lohuis showed a video of the flooding in Ft. McMurray due to an ice jam in the Athabasca River. The downtown business district was completely flooded. John was there a year ago for the Communities in Bloom as a judge.
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Speaker: Debbie Vance spoke to us about her experience in Rotary. She is the Charter President of the RC of Ucluelet, BC, a small town (pop. 1700) on Vancouver Island's west coast. She moved there from Vancouver and started the Rotary Club (Chartered January 2019) through contacts on the Community Facebook page for the town. She created enthusiasm within the town for Rotary and the work it does in communities. She now also serves on the Zone Committee for new club development and she supplies the Social Media tools to promote Rotary. Debbie creates graphics to promote Rotary on all Social Media.
Her Facebook page has her graphics and the RI Facebook page has a great deal of information about Rotary that can be downloaded.
Here are some of her graphics:
-4 Way Test graphic.
-Women in Rotary.
-May is Rotary Youth Service Month.
-April is Maternal and Child Health Month.
-Rotary Club Locator App.
-October 24 is World Polio Day - End Polio Now.
-Rotary Foundation.
-Rotaract.
-Rotary's 6 Areas of Focus.
-Rotary - Ignite Your Passion.
- Rotary - Wash Your Hands (pandemic prevention).
-Membership: Our Greatest Asset.
 
 

12 local Rotarians were joined by Rotarian Brenda Waugh (Scotland) and guests Richard Demaiter (BMO) and Anne and Don Soepboer.

The Adventure in Citizenship has been canceled due to the pandemic.

 

Speaker:  Tom Simmons was our speaker today and showed us a presentation about the  trip to Vietnam in January (?) 2020 taken by he and his wife Pat.

The country has been at war for much of the post-World War 2 period.  The French left in 1954 and the second Indo-China War began in 1955 with the USA and it's allies.  This ended in 1975 with the fall of Saigon to the North Vietnamese army.  The war had extended into Laos and Cambodia as well.  The US had 10 air bases in Vietnam at the height of the war.

 

Vietnam has 92 million people and the two common religions are Buddhist and Christian.  There are many coastal beaches and lots of commercial fishing.  Tom saw many street vendors on motorcycles as well as modern apartment buildings and seaside esplanades in the coastal tourist areas.

At Na Trang, the were many new apartment buildings and a large amusement park but it was mountainous inland.  New office buildings were prominent and Tom said that wages are about $140 USD per month.  Street traffic was 80% motorcycles and scooters.  The city has large Buddhist temples and statues.

At Hoi An, south of Da Nang, he saw a small factory manufacturing marble statues of all types for shipment around the globe.  The city has a huge and very beautiful beach.

In Halong Bay, in N. Vietnam, the area is famous for the many (1,970) islands.  These are karst limestone that has been eroded by centuries of rain.  The same process has carved large caves with ceilings 80-100 feet high.  This is the Sung Sot (Cave of Surprises) Cave and it takes 1 hour to walk through the cave system.  Tom also showed photos of floating villages in the bay itself, protected by the surrounding islands.

 

As is often the case, many of our members have interesting programs to share and Tom's programs detailing his travels worldwide have been among them.

 

Next week's speaker is Rotarian Debbie Vance from Ucluelet, British Columbia.

 

 

13 local Rotarians were joined by guests Ryo Matsumoto (our ROTEX from Kanazawa, Japan), Brenda Waugh (ADG of District 1020 Scotland), Sheila Welham (RC of Burlington Central and a member of the District Youth Exchange Committee) and Dean Rutty who is the Chair of District Youth Exchange.

 

Speaker:  Ryo spoke to the Club about her home in Japan and her time in Tillsonburg.  She returns home on May 8. 

Japan is a smaller country compared to Canada but has 126 million people.  Ryo showed us her various school uniforms as well as her cheer leading uniform.  She showed us the Kimono, the formal dress for women in Japan.  It is a traditional costume mainly used now for special events such as graduation or when people come of adult age at age 20.

Ryo's first Host Family was the Mann family.  With them, she visited Niagara Falls and Toronto in the Winter.  She saw the Eaton Centre and dined atop the CN Tower.  Ryo also enjoyed the Mississauga orientation session for Youth exchange Students and their Christmas Party.  She attended the Winter meeting at Camp Wanakita with the Outbound Students and they slept in Quinsys, did Cross Country Skiing and snow shoeing.  Ryo described a Dog Sledding weekend in Haliburton with students from District 7070.

Her second Host Family was the Layman family and she visited Niagara Falls with them.

Ryo mentioned that she enjoyed attending our weekly Rotary meetings.

 

President John, Bob Marsden, Sheila Welham and Dean Rutty all thanked Ryo for her time with us and we will miss her.  She has been a great ROTEX!

 

Brenda Waugh also spoke to the Club about her experience in Tillsonburg 40 years ago.  She worked for Dr. Mary Wiltshire as a Nanny and also helped in the Veterinary Clinic.  Brenda joined Rotary in 2001 and has served as the District Communications Chair and is currently the ADG for District 1020.  When her term as ADG is completed, she will become the District Youth Chair.  In her vocation, she manages an Advisory Agency.  Brenda lives in Annan about 6 miles north of the border with England on the west coast of Scotland.

Kallista Chayil is our speaker today and her topic is "The Psychology of Estate Planning".

75% of estate plans fail.  What we give as an inheritance should be a blessing, not a burden.  People who inherit large sums may be unprepared to manage it responsibly either financially or psychologically.

 

Causes of Failure:

60% fail due to poor communication and mistrust.  Parents fail to disclose details to all of their children, leading to unpleasant surprises.  There may also be unresolved family conflicts (sibling mistrusts).

25% fail because the parents didn't prepare their heirs by communication and education of values and plans.

10% fail due to lack of a family vision statement that clearly communicates their sense of values and goals.

5% fail due to poor tactical money management.  The heirs may make inferior investments of have no advisors or incompetent advisors.  The heirs may not know how to manage the money.

 

 

Kallista told us that 75-95% of Canadians are financially illiterate and we have an inadequate relationship to money.  Money problems are the #1 stress and the most common conflict in marriages.  In many households, 40% of the income is spent servicing debt.  75% of households have less than $50,000 in investable assets.  When credit cards are used, spending increases 23%.

Money problems are symptomatic of bigger problems such as over spending, under spending (hoarding) and frivolous purchases.  75-95% of us have an inadequate relationship to money (eg) carrying bad debt, inadequate emergency funds, inappropriate investments, using money to dominate others, addiction to wealth (misers).  It is important to educate children about money and finances.

 

"For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, elegant and wrong"  H.L. Mecken.

 

Estate Problems:

Too much emphasis on financials and too high a level of control while withholding information about values. 

When adults act like adults, everyone wins.  Share responsibility for the plan with family.  Have joint decision making and open discussion when making the plan.

 

Three Important Things:

Unpack the issues.

Communicate about managing money (beginning with young children).

Collaborate to reflect family values and the values of the heirs.

Kallista's contact information:

 

Kallista Chayil Can be reached via 
 
phone 647-863-9332
Website Kallista.ca
 

 

11 local Rotarians were joined on ZOOM by DG Lesley Barmania and her husband Aziz, PDG Doug Vincent, Peter Stam, Steve Zehr, and Anne and Don Soepboer.

 

President John Lohuis initiated the meeting with a Moment of Silence for the victims in Nova Scotia.

 

Speaker:  DG Lesley Barmania spoke about her experiences at the RI Convention in 2016 in Seoul, South Korea and how it relates to RI President Mark Maloney's theme of "Rotary Connects The World".  She spoke about how Rotary gives Hope and related their own experience in Seoul.  Her husband, Aziz suffered a medical emergency and was rushed to a hospital with internal hemorrhaging.  He was admitted to the ICU and underwent a number of diagnostic tests before the source of the bleed was identified.  He required emergency surgery and Lesley spoke of the wonderful support they  received from the local hotel, the hospital, the staff who helped translate for them, and the Rotary friends both Canadian and Korean who arranged to donate blood of Aziz's type (A neg).  The blood donations in  particular  were crucial to his survival.  Lesley showed us how Rotary is indeed one family worldwide and brings Hope not only to the communities we serve but in this case, desperately needed hope and help for one of our own Rotarians.

 

Our ROTEX, Ryo joined us today with her Host Mother.  Ryo will be returning to Japan on May 8 by way of a connecting flight from Vancouver to Tokyo.

 

Next Week:  Our speaker will be Kallista Chayil speaking on pitfalls with Wills and Estate Planning.

 

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, President John Lohuis congratulates the following winners of the April Trip of the Month Draw.

 

First Prize:  #0146  Scott Morris   Transat - Paradisus Princessa del Mar, Varadaro, Cuba

Second Prize: $100   #0040 Brian Graydon

Third Prize:  $75        #0381  Sandra Gilvesy

Fourth Prize:  $75     #0368   Carole Stephenson

Fifth Prize:   $50      #0016   John Shields

Sixth Prize:   $50     #0067   Melanie Fardella

Seventh Prize:  $50  #0980   Susan Seymour

 

 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 

 

9 local members and Monica Clare, Don and Anne Soepboer, and Paul Gagnon (LPRCA) joined a very successful ZOOM meeting.

 

Our speaker was Paul Gagnon from the Long Point Region Conservation Authority speaking on "Healthy Watersheds".

The Conservation Authorities were formed in 1946 by Provincial Legislation and there are 36 of them in Ontario.  Their mandate is conservation, restoration and the development of water resources.

The areas on which they focus include Flood Control, Water Quality, Erosion Control, Natural Resource Development, and Park and Recreation opportunities.  Paul noted that Lake Erie water levels have been very high through January-march 2020.

 

LPRCA monitors water levels and quality but also things like aquatic insect populations (as a marker for water quality), water temperature and quality.  They check Brook Trout populations because they are a sign of good water quality.  Paul said they monitor ground water levels in the Norfolk Sand Plain Aquifer which supplies water for agriculture and municipalities in the area.  You can view the watershed Report Card on their website:  http://www.lprca.on.ca/pages/1317825417/Healthy-Watersheds

 

Drinking Water is important and they protect water from the source to the tap to ensure it is safe and of good quality for drinking.

Restoration is another focus for tree planting, meadow and prairie grass establishment, buffer zones, sediment basins and wetland creation.  Forests trap and store water and release it slowly.  Buffer strips (riparian zones) between agricultural land and streams use grass and trees to control erosion and improve water quality but controlling nutrient runoff.

Erosion Control includes rock embankments, catch basins and grass along banks.  Clean Water Programs  control nutrient entry into streams from manure, cattle and fertilizers.  Sediment basins trap sediments, clay runoff and nutrients leading to cleaner water. 

LPRCA also engages in public education of school children.

 

Next week, Brian Bennett and Darell Parker have a program on Membership.  Brian is the District Membership Chair and Darell is our ADG.

Future programs include the Harvard Aircraft Association, and Kallista Chayil on Will and Estate Planning.

The following Rotary programs are canceled due to the Covid pandemic:
 
Book Fair for April.
 
Trip of the Month Draw that would begin July 2020 and run to June 30, 2021.  Any tickets already sold will be refunded.
The current Trip of the Month Draws will run to their normal completion on June 30, 2020.
 
The Rotary Medals Awards program in May is canceled.

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the March Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: # 0402 – Jonathan Arnell

March Prize: Air Canada Vacations – Le Pavillion Hotel- New Orleans, Louisiana

 

2nd Prize $100: # 0050 – Vanessa Aykroyd

3rd Prize $75: # 0108 – Trudy & Dennis Vass

4th Prize $75: # 0294 – Jay Luyt

5th Prize $50: #0255 – Joe Haist

6th Prize $50: #0136 – Laurel & Peter Beechey

7th Prize $50: #0519 – Andrew Burns


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 


 


 

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the February Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: # 0067 - Melanie Fardella

February Prize: Great Canadian – Chicago City Getaway

 

2nd Prize $100: #0216 – Dr. Mohamed Abdalla

3rd Prize $75: #0061 –Terry & Karen Boys

4th Prize $75: #0437 – Ed Patenaude

5th Prize $50: #0013 – Dean Symons

6th Prize $50: #0267 – Carol Martis

7th Prize $50: #0402 – Jonathan Arnel


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

Notes from the meeting.

11 Rotarians and 3 guests attended at Corner Perk.  Guest:  Rachel Parker, Ryo (ROTEX), and Nancy Shields.

 

Rotary International's slogan for 2020-2021 is "Rotary Opens Opportunities".

 

President John Lohuis gave a presentation on Communities in Bloom for whom he is a judge and their visit to Lexington, Kentucky last year.

This is the 25th year for Communities in Bloom and they have been acquired by the Canadian Landscape Association. 

Communities in Bloom fosters civic pride in communities around the world and enhances green spaces.

Their criteria include tidiness, environmental factors, heritage conservation, urban forestry, landscapes and floral designs.

Lexington was founded in 1775 and now has a population of 330,000.  It is known as the Horse Capital of the World.

Until the 1840's, it had a large slavery commercial trade.  This continued for a while after that date despite regulations banning it.  John said the history of the Slave Trade in Lexington is mentioned but kept very muted.

The Rotary Club began there in 1915 and Rotary has been very active throughout the intervening years.  The Rotary Directory shows two clubs in Lexington today.

The city has pedestrian and bike paths, a historic clock (1830) on the street and decorative street lamps.  The streets have many (40) statues of horses located throughout the city.  John showed a photo of a street bench in the form of an open library book.  The first library was built in 1795 and in 1902, the Carnegie Library was constructed. 

There is lots of public art in the parks in Lexington.  John showed a photo of a downtown Off Leash Dog Park.  He also had photos of Keeneland Park, a large horse racing track and horse auction site.

 

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the January Trip-of-the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:
 
 
1st Prize: # 0555 - Celeste Dawson
January Prize: Air Canada Vacations – Bellagio – Las Vegas, Nevada
2nd Prize $100: # 167 - Mary DeCloet
3rd Prize $75: # 301 - Chris Oliver
4th Prize $75: # 0354 - James Prouse
5th Prize $50: # 0169 - Cliff & Jacki McDowell
6th Prize $50: # 0444 - Holly Koss
7th Prize $50: #0410 - Magda Donck
 
Contact Information:
John Lohuis, President,
Rotary Club Tillsonburg
519-842-6780
ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the November Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0115 Marianne Sandham

November Prize: West Jet Vacations- Caesars Palace – Las Vegas, Nevada

 

2nd Prize $100: #0057 Ken & Olga Patterson

3rd Prize $75: #0406 Lindsey & Paul McLeish

4th Prize $75: #0282 Olga Patterson

5th Prize $50: #0452 Carla Cameron

6th Prize $50: #0552 Gail Mabee

7th Prize $50: #0370 Mary Lohuis


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the December Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0259 – Colleen Szuba

December Prize: Transat – Ireland-Dublin, Galway & Kerry

 

2nd Prize $100: #0059 – Yean Armstrong

3rd Prize $75: #0202 – Kim Nethercott

4th Prize $75: #0350- Sien Cox

5th Prize $50: #0190 – Bob Sibley

6th Prize $50: #0262 – Larry Scanlan

7th Prize $50: #0141 – Dag Morris


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the December Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0259 – Colleen Szuba

December Prize: Transat – Ireland-Dublin, Galway & Kerry

 

2nd Prize $100: #0059 – Yean Armstrong

3rd Prize $75: #0202 – Kim Nethercott

4th Prize $75: #0350- Sien Cox

5th Prize $50: #0190 – Bob Sibley

6th Prize $50: #0262 – Larry Scanlan

7th Prize $50: #0141 – Dag Morris


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 


 


 

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the December Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0259 – Colleen Szuba

December Prize: Transat – Ireland-Dublin, Galway & Kerry

 

2nd Prize $100: #0059 – Yean Armstrong

3rd Prize $75: #0202 – Kim Nethercott

4th Prize $75: #0350- Sien Cox

5th Prize $50: #0190 – Bob Sibley

6th Prize $50: #0262 – Larry Scanlan

7th Prize $50: #0141 – Dag Morris


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 


 


 


 


 

Here are the winners for July - Trip to Air Canada Vacations, San Diego, California

        Trip - John Labelle    $100 Marion Morris    $ 75 Kim Triska    $ 75 Colleen Szuba    $50  Dave Clergy   $ 50 Lyle Reckier      $ 50   Roy Fontaine

 

Winners for October - Air Canada Vacations, The Fairmont Banff - Banff Springs, Alberta

        Trip - Randy DeClercq    $100  Brad & Sara Clark    $75 Cliff & Jacki McDowell    $75 Vanessa Aykroyd   $50  Bryan Drinkwater   $50 Ashley Andrews

                                               $50 Leslie Martin

The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the September Trip-of- the-Month Draw. On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0531 – Brad Hollister

September Prize: Great Canadian- Boston Sight Seeing Tour

 

2nd Prize $100: #0074 Brad & Sara Clark

3rd Prize $75: #0105 Marie Blake

4th Prize $75: #0500 Patricia Phelps

5th Prize $50: #0579 Wendy Phelps

6th Prize $50: #0572 Bill Hodgkinson

7th Prize $50: #0051 Linda & Dave Bertling


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 


 


 


 

 The Tillsonburg Rotary Club announces the winners of the August Trip-of- the-Month Draw.

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, JOHN LOHUIS, President of the Rotary Club, congratulates the following winners of the Trip-of-the-Month draw:

 

1st Prize: #0398 Ann Schroder

July Prize: Hyatt Regency Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

 

2nd Prize $100: #0339 Sylvia Bakos

3rd Prize $75: #0282 Olga Patterson

4th Prize $75: #0507 Chris Ort

5th Prize $50: #0185 Laurie Beaver

6th Prize $50: #0538 Joan Weston

7th Prize $50: #0336 Pat & Kelly Luciani


 

Contact Information:

 

John Lohuis, President,

Rotary Club Tillsonburg

519-842-6780

ljohncanuck@hotmail.com

 

 


 


 

President Dave Rushton of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg congratulates the following prize winners for the May Trip of the Month Draw.
 
1st Prize   #0141  Andrew Lohuis     Great Canadian - Nashville Music City, USA.
 
2nd Prize   $100   #0580    Brad Hollister.
3rd Prize    $75     #0299    John Sol.
4th Prize    $75     #0227    Stacey leighfield.
5th Prize    $50     #0445    John and Heather Lamont.
6th Prize    $50     #0569    Don Sanders.
7th Prize    $50     #0570    Sandra Tanghe.
 
Contact information:
 
David Rushton, President
Rotary Club of Tillsonburg.
(519) 709-7745
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg, President Dave Rushton congratulates the following winners of the April Trip of the Month draw.
 
First Prize  #0368   Ken Grenier
Signature Vacations - Riu Playa Blanca 5* - Panama
 
2nd Prize  $100  #0533  David Palmer
3rd Prize   $75    #0011  Olga Patterson
4th Prize   $75   # 0349  Trevor Stuyt
5th Prize   $50   #0335   Margaret Long
6th Prize   $50   #0075   Colleen Szuba
7th Prize   $50   #0558   Rebecca Duran
 
Contact information:
 
Dave Rushton, President
Rotary Club of Tillsonburg
519-709-7745
July 2020
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