Weekly Bulletin of the

Rotary Club of St. Catharines South   

June 8, 2009

 

OH CANADA: Paul  Monaghan

TOAST: Cathy Henry

GRACE: Laetitia deWitt

 

SERGEANT AT ARMS:   George Fitzpatrick

Happy Dollars:

Laetitia- happy about the successful bike trek

Jim H- attended his wife's 50th school reunion

Matt T- 39th wedding anniversary

Ron K- two grandchildren wishing him a Happy Birthday

Paul Mo- introducing Sheree Taillon- prospective member

Paul Ma- successful bike trek

Dan T- happy to be home- but a great trip

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Two guests- Sheree Taillon- Carpet Emporium- prospective member;  Oraine De Rosa- Downtown Club

                              

Board Meeting of this year and next year's Board at Greg's - Thursday, June 11

 

Club Assembly- Monday, June 15th, 2009- yacht  club.  5:30 cocktails, dinner 6:30 - $20.00

 

Sheila- needs two volunteers for Friday night-June 12th, Bingo

 

Sheila- requested members to consider the Rotary Foundation- Every Rotarian, Every Year Program.

 

Hoe Down- Cathy announced that 65 more tickets had to be sold or we would lose $8.00 per ticket- she appealed for support from the club members

 

Paul M- announced that our club had won the trophy for most money raised- presented the trophy to the club and thanked Paul Mas,Bob,Laeticia andPaul M for their efforts

 

Oraine De Rosa from the Downtown club presented information about their rib Fest and asked for support

 

50/50 DRAW:

George Fitzpatrick- Ace of Hearts

 

GUEST SPEAKER:

Sheila introduced- Lynn Ogryzlo who spoke about culinary and agriculture activism in Niagara.

 

Ly nn is a Niagara Food Writer with various local publications and has published a cook book that has been awarded "Best in Canada" and is going to Paris to accept the award. Lynn i ntroduced the Niagara Culinary Map that details various centers throughout the Region  to purchase/taste local foods. As Niagara is considered the richest food/agriculture belt in Canada, this map assists all of us in participating in purchasing Niagara foods- if we all spent $10..00 per week on local foods- we could generate $250,000,000.00 towards our local economy.

 

Lynn was thanked by Paul Massuet.

 

Meeting adjourned at 1:30 P.M.