Posted by Wendy Swain on Sep 20, 2018
Today’s Greeter was Janice Hamel and Leya Joseph
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7:20 Meeting Opened by: President Brian Prentice
O Canada – Kim Groenendyk
4 Way Test – Rino Andreoli
Invocation – Leya Joseph
 
Speaker-Bruce Bunsch
Gord Fallen
Member attendance: 34
 
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Announcements
 
Rino Andreoli-Bingo-Thanks to everyone for stepping up recently.  Rino also requested that everyone look on line at the schedule as there are some holes to be filled.
Donna Geary and Brenda Booth are scheduled for this Sunday.
 
Doug Lockington-Polio—please join the club to watch a movie about Polio on Sunday, October 14th at Ashburnham Funeral Home—6:30pm
 
Dawn Straka-Foundation Dinner-please nominate individuals….needing people to be recognized in Community and International Service.  Deadline is Monday, September 24th.  Send to Chair Len Lifchus
One Roof-Thank you to everyone who has volunteered to assist.  Please sign up on Clubrunner—One Roof is the 3rd Tuesday or every month and the Warming Room is the 19th of each month.
 
Guenther Schubert-Health & Wellness Committee—The first event will be a challenge—a bike ride to Lang Pioneer Village this Sunday.  20 km each way.  Please be at the Ecology Park at 10am.
 
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Sergeant-at-Arms:  Dan Grady
 
Celebrations:
Birthdays for Bill Gordanier and Jaymes Winch
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Keynote Speaker:
 
Ralph Bastian introduced our guest speaker. 
Bruce Brunsch is an Accident Reconstruction Expert.  He was a police officer for 10 years prior to moving to the Peterborough area.  He started policing in 1979 when he was 19 years old.  He was a traffic motorcycle officer for three years and then when he came to Peterborough, he became a Generalist Constable.  For 24 years he has done traffic duty and 27 years, he has been teaching First Aid and CPR. 
 
Bruce gets called out to serious accidents which involve injuries or death.  His work allows the police department to give answers to families.  Sometimes these accidents are life altering.  He never speaks with witnesses as that may taint his view of the accident……it’s all physical evidence…..tire marks and the spread of debris.  He often has testified in court cases.  Bruce believes that when you are driving, you should be talking out load about your surroundings and what you see…..this helps with your reaction time!
 
Bruce was thanked by Bill Gordanier.
 
Door Prize:
Door Prize: $27.00  winner and next week’s greeter Robert Smith
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Closing Remarks:

"See you next week ….Be the Inspiration!
 
 
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