P.O. Box 613
Thompson, MB
R8N 1N4
 
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Welcome to Rotary
Thompson MB

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Meridian Hotel
183 Cree Road
Thompson, MB R8N 0C2
Canada
Meetings suspended due to pandemic restrictions
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Welcome back from your summer activities.  Although it seems like it was just June and we broke for the summer, our first meeting for September is just around the corner at Noon on Thursday, September 5 at the Meridian.
 
Sandra Ross-Hitch has once again agreed to be the President of the Rotary Club but professional and personal commitments are going to cut her time with us short.  Keith MacDonald will chair the first meeting and have an update for the rest of September.
 
We have a new exchange student joining us this year -- Mariangel Paz Ortega from Venezuela.   Mariangel is the oldest of two.  Her English is a work in progress so we may have to brush up on our Spanish a bit as well.  Thompson is fortunate to have someone coming to our community to provide personal perspectives on events and places most of us only hear about through the media.
 
Make a point to attend our meeting on Sept 5 and say hello to Rotarians you may not have seen for a while.
 
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