One of the small but important pleasures of Rotary is the repartee, and healthy laughter, that can ensue when the club's sergeant-at-arms reveals some real or imagined misdemeanour and levies a fine. And at Haliburton Rotary there are no more accomplished practitioners of this subtle and difficult art than Rolly Letourneau. Whether as exactor or exactee, his wit never fails to amuse and amaze. Rolly was born in Timmins, Ontario in 1936. In 1975 he moved to Haliburton to establish Skyline Automotive, a wholesale auto parts business that, along with his wife Dorothy, he continues to operate. Although he did not join Haliburton Rotary until 1977, Rolly says he has fond memories of the kindness shown to him and Dorothy as new business people by one of the community's most respected Rotarians, Ron Curry, and his wife Maxine. During his year as president the club continued to honour its multitude of commitments to numerous local individuals and organizations, a vital but not always publicly visible service of Rotary to the community. These donations included payment of the $10,000 earmarked for a wheelchair van. Rolly became a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow on December 4, 1991, and by June 30, 1993, had achieved 12 years of perfect attendance. In his leisure hours Rolly enjoys motorcycling - for a long time he was the proud owner of a big Harley Davidson - old cars (an immaculate 1960's convertible is a cur-rent hobby), boating and hunting. Rolly and Dot have two daughters, Laura and Linda.