At this Wednesday's meeting, we had 16 members present as well as 3 guests, the Piñon family from Spain.

The 4-way test was read by all the members in perfect unison.


Rotary Moment:

Peter Browne had some Rotary trivia questions for us today:
1) How long did it take for Rotary to have 1,000 clubs? A: 11 years!
2) What is the furthest distance that a Rotary banner has travelled? A: A Rotary banner was onboard the Apolo 8!
1) Ted is promoting the “ Rotarian save live-CPR/AED training and certification.” The session will be on October 29 near the Seabus terminal in North Vancouver. Please get in touch with Ted if you would be interested in attending.
2) Sheila gave us an update about our International project, there are multiple fund-raising ideas for the Project Amigo, she will keep us posted with the best options.
Meeting -  Today we had a business meeting to discuss the goals for our club and how to achieve them. Exciting times ahead!
Pics from the meeting:
Thought of the Day:
All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.
Charles M. Schulz
Next 3 Speakers:
2-Nov -   Don Evans "Foundation Month"
9-Nov -   Brian Kerr "Remembrance Day"
16-Nov - Business Meeting
Important Links:
Set up your Rotary foundation donation via credit card: Just click here
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