Posted by Donna Geary on Sep 06, 2018
Today’s Greeter was Kim Groenendyk
7:20 Meeting Opened by: President Brian Prentice
O Canada – Kim Groenendyk and Ralph Bastian
4 Way Test – Clarence Collison
Invocation – Paul Landeau
Attendance: 34 - 31 members and 3 guests
Edwina Dusome introduced today’s guests --
Kim Ward, guest of Evelyn Andrews
Gord Fallen, Rotary Club of Peterborough and our keynote speaker Scott Gilbert, Chief of Peterborough Police Service.
No make-ups reported
Paula Wagar– Jamaica Self Help. There is a 14 night tour called SEE the BEAUTIFUL country of JAMAICA from Jan 21st to February 4th, 2019.  Postcards with details were on each table
Brian O'Toole, Social. There will be a Second Annual Tri-Club AXE THROWING event on September 16th 1:00 pm - 4 pm at the Peterborough Axe Club, 280 Perry Street Unit #1. Cost is $30. person. Email to reserve a spot.
Thanks also to Ask Kaushuk for organizing the Thank You B-Que for Ribfest this Sunday, Sept. 09 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Peterborough Zoo.
Len Lifchus – Rotary Foundation - The Paul Harris
Award dinner is Nov. 8th at the Holiday Inn. Nominations are still open - see anyone on the committee for a nomination form. Tickets will be $22.00 for members and $35.00 for guests.
Dawn Straka– World Service - The committee with meet next Thursday at 6:45 am.
Community Service - Our next One Roof Community dinner is Sept. 18th. Please sign up on Clubrunner.
Donna Geary for Wendy Swain - A reminder that the PR/Communications committee is also meeting next Thurs. at 6:45 am.
A BIG THANK YOU to Don and Sharon Watkins on the success of the 5th Adventure in Understanding Canoe Trip!
Mick Boyle and his wife are returning to the UK. Mick will be resigning from our Club- All the best!!
Sergeant-at-Arms:  Dan Grady
Birthdays:  Mike English, Sept. 12th (sorry, no photo of Mike's dunce cap!), Kim Groenendyk, also Sept. 12th
Anniversaries:  Carl Brown and Jaymes Winch, both 28 years!! Wow!
Keynote Speaker:
David Martin introduced our keynote speaker, Scott Gillbert, the new Chief of Police at Peterborough Police Services.
Scott Gilbert is in his 38th year of Police Services. He comes to Peterborough from Toronto, where he was Unit Commander of 52 Division in downtown Toronto. Scott's area of specialty include Criminal Investigation and Child Abuse. 
Scott was humbled to take the Oath of Office, first in 1980 when he was sworn in as an officer, and again-- just recently -- when he was sworn in as Peterborough's new Chief of Police.
The Peterborough Police Services motto is "Professional - Friendly - Helpful". Scott drew a parallel between that motto and the Rotary 4-Way Test.
The Police Services budget in Peterborough is $28M, not far from his 52 Division budget of $32M.
Scott spoke of the transition from Toronto to Peterborough and his belief that connecting with community is the key to success. The Peterborough Police Force requires officer to participate in community involvement,
Scott and his family take possession of their home in October. Scott and his wife have 5 adult children in their 20's. It will be a busy household with 9 adults, 2 dogs and a cat, Everyone is happy and honoured to begin settling in to Peterborough.
Welcome, Scott and enjoy the train ride at the Zoo!
Janet McLeod thanked Scott  for speaking today.
Next week’s meeting is Club Assembly, with President-Elect Rino Andreoli stepping in for President, Brian Prentice.
Door Prize:
$24.00 winner is Donna Geary and next week’s greeter is Lennie Lifchus
Closing Remarks:

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