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Bob Tomlinson, dressed in red, thanks Prince Arthur Hotel ‘s Richard Toffanello for yet another year of faithful service in setting up the rooms for club meetings, serving food and attending to various and sundry requirements of Rotarians.Richard announced he would like to continue in this domain another year. Returning RYLA students Hilary Mac Dougall (middle) and Beth O’Neill (R), are pictured with President Darren Fisk following their presentation on their experience at the RYLA leadership camp in Crookston MN.The project is in 3 phases with the new building to become the only dedicated unit between North Bay and the Manitoba border. Thunder Bay Police Sergeant Poulter (right in photo) emphasized the importance of being physically and mentally ready to work this event.As well as preparing for the weather, we are asked to study the emergency plan.President Darren Fisk started the meeting with the French National Anthem to commemorate those who suffered and lost their lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. The club had a busy agenda today commencing with a very respectful Remembrance Day Service with members of the Thunder Bay colour guard militia including a presentation on all aspects of Canadian involvement in military actions dating from WW1 to the present deployments in the Middle East by Regimental Sergeant –Major George Romick.He is pictured on the far Right with President Darren Fisk (far Left) and our second presenters for the day (see below for description), Dr, Richard Maundrell, Chair of the Philosophy Department at Lakehead University, who introduced the key-note speaker, his colleague Dr.Wayne Milloy played a poignant last post on trumpet.Dr Jobbitt presented on the Refugee Crisis in Hungary and Europe. James Public School Partnership was highlighted today with Bill Everitt introducing and MCing the description and the major players involved in this project, a 4 year partnership agreement currently entering its third year.
Jim Colquhoun (known by the students and staff as” Jim”) and one of a number of dedicated readers.
Now with 165 students and a large diversity of students, many with high needs (JK to Grade 6), the school presents many challenges being tackled by a number of dedicated Rotarians involved in the four Focus Areas of Service: literacy, fitness, leadership and community engagement.
Other important groups such as the Salvation Army (breakfast program) and Public Health are partners with the school.
Reverend Dunn thanked Rotarians on behalf of the whole group, and reminded us that he was a Rotary student award recipient 60 (sixty) years ago!
Kevin and the club are delighted with assisting these community service partners.