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Welcome to our Club

Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
The Boathouse Restaurant
900 Quayside Drive
New Westminster, BC  V3M 6C9
Canada
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FOR MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
 
Roy Prevost   604-519-0035 email: roy@royprevost.com
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Monica Woldring 604-782-4533 email: monica@insureline.com or monica@monicawoldirng.com
 
Home Page Stories
Attached to this newsletter is a link to download the annual report for Rotary World Help.  This organization does great work and needs new younger volunteers to ensure Rotary World Help continues to function (co-founder Ralph is 91 and is still very involved). 
 
New Westminster Secondary School bursaries were handed out on June 1, 2017 by our Rotary member, Paige Freeman. The recipients this year are as follows:
  • Carole HOem Memorial Bursary: Olivia Cornies
  • A Russell MacLean Memorial Bursary: Luigi Alde
  • Richard Pearce Memorial Bursary: Maria Korovnikov
 
The Purpose Secondary School Bursary was handed out by our past-president, Roy Prevost, on June 27, 2017. The recipient this year is as follows:
  • Dr. Bill Panton Memorial Bursary: Baillie Snow
 
Each bursary is for $500.
Please help us congratulate our successful students.
 
 
 
Happy Retirement (and birthday) Rick M! Wishing you all the best on the next stage of your adventure.
 
 
 
Gloria thanks our three members (Paul, Rick and Quinn) who completed all 100 kind acts in our 100th Anniversary (2016/2017) Rotary year.
 
Chester Santos walks the attendees through some memory activities and is thanked by Roy Prevost.

We have been advised that there will be a container loading Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 9:00am, at Riverview. We could really use your help. 

This shipment is going to the Nairobi, Kenya and is being sponsored by the Rotary Club of North Delta.

See map at the bottom of this newsletter for details on location

 

 

 

Hello dear Monica and Rotary!
First of all, I'm sorry to hear about Mabel. I met her a few times, and will remember her as such a kind person, with a good heart.

I'm thinking of all of you every day, and sending my best thoughts to Alana and Palmer. I hope he will get well soon.

I've been meaning to write to you for a while, and have been trying to reach Hansi and Tom as well through email, but I'm not sure they recieved it :)
Anyway, thought it was time for me to give all of you wonderful people an update of what is going on in my life.

I got accepted into a music institute in Berlin, called BIMM institute (British and Irish Modern Music Institute), and I'm moving this summer, to stay there for at least three years.
I'm so excited about it and about getting to focus more on music and singing! I have a sister in Berlin, whose family I don't get to see that often, so that's another plus by moving down there!

In the meantime, I'm finishing school next week, with my last final. Then we have a tradition in Denmark, where the new graduates, get a smart hat, kinda thing, and we get to flaunt it around town, and show everyone that we're new graduates! Can't wait to wear mine!

My mom got diagnosed with cancer in the end of november, last year. It was a bit of a surprise, and hit me quite hard. Luckily they found it in time, and very early on it the stages, so she is now almost cancer free, just waiting a few more months before it's certain. But things are looking up :)

I strictly told myself not to fall in love, nor to engage in any kind of relationship with anyone for the next 5 years, to be able to focus completely on music... but as everybody knows: you can't plan you future completely, and fate wanted me to meet the man of my dreams in march. So I am no longer single, and hope to never be single again. He's the kindest soul I've ever met, and I'm hoping to bring him to Vancouver in a couple of years, or maybe next summer!

So quite a lot has happened, I am the happiest I've been for quite some time, (not that I wasn't happy before, I certainly was) :)
I hope that all of you are doing great! Know that I miss you guys so much, and love you! I am still both grateful and so incredibly happy that I got to spend my year with you guys, and that for all that you've done for me!
Hope to hear from you soon!

All my love
your danish Julie

 

 

 

 
Aug 16
Roy Prevost
Tony Scott
Wendy Scott
 
Aug 23
Gloria Staudt
Susan Stefanyshyn
Lorna Stewart
 
Aug 30
Quinn Waddington
Ken Brewster
Merrilyn Cook
 
Greeter Duties

Greeters are the first point of contact for guests, potential new members, and our members. Making all who attend our meeting feel welcome is the responsibility of all of us as we all take turns being greeters.

1.       All greeters should arrive no later than 6:40 am and be prepared to assist in setting up and preparing for the meeting. If a greeter cannot be present for their day of duties, please contact another member to fill in for you.

2.       Greeter # 1 will ensure that the sandwich board at the entrance

3.       Greeter # 2 will ensure that flags and banners are in place.

4.       Greeters should welcome all members and guests and make them comfortable with the proceedings and surroundings, i.e., seating, coffee, schedule of meeting etc.

5.       Greeter # 1 greets and sits with the speaker to gather information useful in providing a respectful and meaningful introduction of the speaker and the program.

6.       Greeter # 2 thanks the speaker and presents the certificate of appreciation for their presentation. NOTE: The certificate is NOT a contribution of $20.00 in the speakers’ name. We donate $20.00 to the Rotary Foundation in recognition of their presentation at the meeting.

7.       Greeter # 3 assists in taking down the flags, banners and places the sandwich board back in Kathy's office.

·         Greeters may change duties amongst themselves if desired.

 

 

 

 

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The Good Host program is how YOU can get involved - you are invited to help out by meeting, greeting and sharing cultural experiences with our Youth Exchange students. Juan Herrera (Mexico) and Lavinia Cappriccioli (Italy) are here and deserve to see and experience Canada to the fullest. 

Any one of us can be Good Hosts by simply sharing some time with Juan and Lavinia. A phone call, lunch, dinner with family, sporting event, cultural outing, almost anything goes. However - all who host our youth exchange student unsupervised - even for a day event - must have submitted the YE police check paperwork to Paige Freeman prior to hosting.

Please remember to include our youth exchange students in any activities you and your family participate in. Juan and Lavinia can be contacted as follows:

 

Current total membership - 34

Attending total - 29

Members attending total - 24

Welcome to our guests:  Carole Neilson (presenter), Maria K., Aurora Groth, Kathryn K., John Berry

 
 
Speakers
Tim Armstrong
Aug 23, 2017
New Westminster Fire Chief
Alysha Girn
Aug 30, 2017
Lifesaving BC
Mayor Jonathan Cote
Sep 06, 2017
What is new in New West?
TBC
Sep 13, 2017
Aroura Grond
Sep 13, 2017
Returning Exchange Student
TBC
Sep 20, 2017
Chief Constable Jones
Sep 27, 2017
Policing Challenges in New Westminster
Charity Auction
Dec 13, 2017