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    Eccles Auto Service
    May 02, 2020
    9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
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The Rotary Foundation
Rotary takes community safety as their top priority. Due to the Covid-19 virus, we are taking immediate precautionary measures.  With the recommendation from various health organizations to limit social gatherings and meetings, the decision has been made to cancel our weekly Rotary meetings until further notice.  We will revisit this decision in the near future to determine whether any future meetings will be affected. 
Rotary in the Community
Rotary Club of Dundas Valley Sunrise is pleased to support The Good Shepherd. Rotary Community Service Director Don Davidson presents $1000 to The Good Shepherd's Michael Longval.
Rotary in the Community
“Rotary Club of Dundas Valley Sunrise is proud to support many non-profit organizations including the Dundas Community Services with a gift of $1000. Rotary Community service Director Don Davidson presents gift to  Jane Allen of Dundas Community services.”
We were blessed with great weather, lots of sunshine, and just enough cold to keep the ice smooth. And the people came -- over 500 of all ages, from all parts of Dundas and the city. The Museum was also filled and thrumming.
Many thanks to all who helped especially Roger, Carl, Mary-Lou, Glenn, Jody, Grant and family, Randy and Joan, Scott and the Dundas Skating Club. We had a fabulous turnout from the club.
A great give back to our community!
Dr. Matt Wheeler, a New Zealand Hematologist, is currently doing Research at the David Braley Centre downtown. Matt is on a Rotary Global Grant Scholarship and encouraged others to consider individuals who might be interested in this Scholarship (you cannot be a Rotarian or a relative and must be sponsored by a host club).
Dr Wheeler is working in Disease Prevention and Treatment and specifically in the field of development of medications.  He and his young family are enjoying their first Canadian winter.
Here's Phil Wood presenting a cheque for $1,000 to Leo Johnson of the Hamilton Rotary Club on behalf of our International Services Committee. Our club committed $1,000 to support their International project “Liberian Learning Centre”.
At our first meeting from the year, we heard from a panel of prognosticators, who shared their thoughts about 2020 has in store for us in the areas of politics, sports and investing. From left to right are Ernie Romain (sports), Carl Fraser (investing) and former Dundas Mayor John Addison. Kathy Starodaub moderated. Big takeaway for the year came from Ernie Romain -- Maple Leafs will win the Stanley Cup this season. Anyone want to take that bet? :)
Rotary Club of Dundas Valley Sunrise is proud to support creativity in our community. Community Service Director Don Davidson presents a $500 cheque to Claire Loughheed, Executive Director of the Dundas Valley School of Art. These funds will support the school's Art Accessibility Outreach Program.
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