Reporter – Jean Stewart
12:15 p.m. Call to Order:        President John Teibert
National Anthem: Rob Welch
Toast to the Queen & Canada: Jean Stewart
Invocation: Matt Taylor
Sergeant-at-Arms: - Jim Hooper – collected Happy Dollars:
Ron Kozub – Disney Cruise to Alaska
Paul Massuet – Happy that there is finally a Rotary Meeting
Matt Taylor – Tour du Lac – Happy and sad to be only a one day rider
Jim Hooper – liked Jackson’s choices of activities this past weekend – picnics
Rob Welch – Success of the Rankin Run this past weekend
Don Beard – Thanks for those that sponsored him in the Ride for Dad this past weekend
Bob McKay – still remember his 50/50 win at the car rally  and a recent motorcycle trip
Jason Pollock – Pools Open!
Laetitia – new granddaughter’s name is Ella
Dan Toppari – training for Tour du Lac is going well
Peter Snodgrass – Sad Dollar – anniversary of his daughter’s passing
Beth Cockcroft – thanks for the bingo volunteers this past weekend
Bingo Update Volunteers needed for the next Bingo – Friday June 10
Saturday May 7, 2011 – Furniture Bank Update – raised $6,370 worth of furniture
Barb Babij from the Buffalo Sunrise Club presented a plaque to Laetitia and John in recognition of our club’s contribution of C$2000.00 for a School Water Well and Sanitation in Tanzania, Africa
June 19-25 – RYLA  - Andrew Natale is our club’s RYLArian
Monday June 20 – Rotary Medalists will be joining us for lunch
July 17 – 23 – Tour du Lac – Please go to this web site to donate -
On May 20, Charlie Fogel, a member of the Buffalo Rotary Club and a Past Rotary International Director, passed away
50/50 Draw
$2/ ticket - Find one of two Jokers. – Paul Massuet drew the 9 of Hearts
Introduction of Guest Speaker: Dan Toppari
Gudelia Morency
Regional Outreach and Education Advisor with the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD). Our office officially opened on October 19, 2009, as the new independent civilian oversight body for public complaints about municipal, regional or Ontario Provincial Police. The OIPRD is an arms-length agency of the Ministry of the Attorney General, staffed entirely by civilians. The OIPRD provides an objective, impartial office to accept, process, and oversee the investigation of public complaints about Ontario’s police.
The OIPRD has a mandate to educate community stakeholders and police services about the public complaints system.  One of the ways in which they fulfill this is by facilitating information sessions about the OIPRD’s mandate and the administration of the public complaints system.  The hope is that awareness about the public complaints system will help to increase confidence in the system and enhance police-community relations.
Thanking the Speaker: Jason Pollock
Attendance Report
Ron Kozub – 19 members, 5 make ups 67%
Thought of the Day
You are here to enrich the world and you impoverish yourself if you forget that errand. -Woodrow Wilson
Next meeting – June 6 – Roseanne Morissette – Her Trip to South Korea