Meeting Responsibilities:
Zoom Host - Don Bork
Registration - Sandy Ronson
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Having difficulty accessing and using Clubrunner, the platform RCL website runs on. See Clubrunner supplied link and information at the very end of the eCOG. 
Rotary Satellite Club meeting details----not currently meeting at the Fox and Fiddle due to C-19, but but join them via ZOOM on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm.. see details on the Facebook Page, the link is:
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Here are the details:
Time:  The Zoom meeting will “open” at 11:30 am for those that want to socialize before the meeting which starts at 12:00 pm.

Meeting ID: 666 121 982
Password:  030500
If you want to dial in via telephone — you can use: +1 647 558 0588 Canada
Our guest speaker on January 11th will be David Wood.
David was born in family home “Woodeden”, which his father gave to Easter Seal Society to create first Easter Seal Camp. While in high school he worked for two summers as a counsellor at Merrywood Camp. Growing up in Toronto, then attending; Crescent School, University of Toronto Schools, Victoria College (BA, Hon. Psych.), Harvard Business School (MBA). He co-founded Crystaplex Plastics, which grew to be Canada’s largest industrial plastics distributor, manufacturer, and fabricator. Business was volatile in the period 1965 -1980, with capital short, he and his partner developed an exciting business model, which maximized employee participation, leading to minimum need for supervision, and maximum service and performance to customers. It worked exceptionally well. Around 1980, David switched fields to work in addictions, running treatment centres in Canada and the USA, and wrote Canadian national standards for addiction counsellors. Crystaplex was then sold, to the great profit of its long-term employees, who had become shareholders. The 1990s were spent in Germany, where his partner did post-graduate work, and jointly founded and ran a small corporation. Since 2000, David has been working with some high-tech companies, doing addict counselling, and attempting to age well.
RCL is looking for Volunteer Service Opportunities to support our community. If you are involved with an organization or know of an organization that is in need of volunteers, please email our Local Community Services Chair, Heather Broadhead,, with a detailed description of the need and requirements. From there, a call will go out to our members to assist. 
More and more people since Covid 19 hit are spending time on the internet, some for good reasons and others for criminal reasons!
Cyber security is very important especially for service club members as we care and want to help others. Hackers look for opportunities to get you to send money, purchase gift cards or other reasons we will discuss on January 12th @ noon. Our next zoom meeting will help you prevent being a victim and protect your family! See you on the 12th! Here is the zoom link;

On Nov 25th at RBC Place, past President Howard Shears presented a Rotary Club of London Foundation cheque to Glen Pearson of the London Food Bank to help pay for lunches that are being prepared by RBC Place Executive Chef David VanEldik and Executive Sous Chef Chris Podgornik. These funds were donated by members in lieu of lunch money and matched by the RCL Foundation.  Hot lunches are served on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and soon Saturday and cold lunches are served Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Lunches are picked up by 519 Pursuit and other organizations and personally delivered to those in need.  A proud moment for the Rotary Club of London and RBC Place!  

Weekly Coffee Klatch

Since the Province has extended its Stay-at-Home directive, we decided to set up a weekly Zoom “Coffee Klatch” each Thursday from 10:30 to 11:15 am.
Bring your own coffee of course.
Meeting ID: 990 6669 7951
Password: 934717
Weekly President;s Cocktail Hour
President's Virtual Cocktail Hour which will be held weekly on Tuesday evenings from 5 to 6 p.m.   
The Zoom details are as follows: []
Meeting ID: 885 8011 1321   Passcode: 853783
+1 647 374 4685 Canada
+1 647 558 0588 Canada   
So grab your favourite beverage and I hope to "virtually" see you next Tuesday at 5 for some socializing and laughs! 
Next Club Board Meeting
The next meeting of the Rotary Club of London Board will be a Zoom meeting on Friday  Jan 15/2021 at 7:30 AM
- all members are welcome to attend Board meetings
- to view the Club's Board Meeting Minutes go to our website, Member Login, My ClubRunner, click on View Club Documents.
ZOOM link and codes are 
Meeting ID: 849 5263 3790   Passcode: 351495
Need help accessing and utilizing Clubrunner, see comment and link provided below from the service provider.
For regular members and club execs alike, to begin by reviewing our short 'cheat sheet' of CR basics found here:
Special Recognition Student:
International Youth Exchange Student:....Maria Jose (Majo) Camacaro, Merida, Venezuela
Rotary Global Grant Scholar......................Roberta Piazza, Pisa, Italy
Hon. Ray Lawson Rotarian of the Year......Stephen Knox
Jack Burghardt Community Service Above Self Award....Harry Joosten

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