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St. Marys

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Rotary Parkview building
22 St. Andrews St. N., St. Marys
Parkview banquet hall, lower level east entrance
St. Marys, ON  N4X 1C5
Canada
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Mailing Address: 12-20 Huron St. N, St. Marys, ON  N4X 1C5
 
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Assistant Governor Dianne Yundt conducted the swearing in of new 2017-18 officers at our June 26 meeting at the home of Stan & Catherine Malcolm.  This years banner by Rotary President Risley, Making a Difference was received by new club president Ron as well as president pin.  Past President Stan was given a custom made cane compliments of Rotarian Doug Fread. Rotarian Stan and Catherine provided dinner helped by Rotarian Len.  Past president Stan thanked all who made his year a success.  President Ron vowed continued success for our club. Thank you to Nelda Oliver for the many photos at this event and many others. 
 
2017-18 Officers
 
President
President Elect
TBD
Past President
Stan Malcolm
Secretary
Treasurer
Heather Ellis
Assistant Treasurer
Bruce Radford
Foundation Chair
Doug Goudy
Membership
Public Relations 
Administration
Youth Exchange Counsellor
Youth Exchange Officer
Program Committee Chair  
Doug Goudy
Leave a Legacy Foundation
Golf Committee Chair
Sergeant-at-Arms (Prime)
Sergeant-at-Arms (Shared)
Literacy Committee Chair
Web & Social Media
Executive Secretary
 

Winners of the 32nd Annual Rotary Club of St.Marys Golf Tournament held on June 8th at the St.Marys G&CC.  Left to right are Darryl Thompson, Jaden Ropp, Jeff Stewart, Rotarian Len Hawkins and Jeff Richardson.  The Club thanks the 65 golfers and the tournament sponsors who made the event a successful fundraiser.

 

Photos by Nelda Oliv

Rotarian Grant won two hours of Mayor Al Strathdee's time at the Rural-Urban silent auction and decided to put him to work helping to mulch the Reading Garden and the St.Marys Library.  On Friday June 16th, 2017at 10 a.m. the Mayor joined Rotarians Doug Fread, Grant Barton and Gary Cumming to apply some mulch to certain areas of the garden.  Many thanks go out to Rotarian Grant for his organization and donation and thanks also to Mayor Al for being a good sport and a good worker.
Back Row – Outbound Exchange Students
Kevin Oliver, Morgan Askew, Abigail Luyten, Samantha Berry
 
Third Row
Mark Oliver, Ray Bennett, Grant Barton, Lucie Stephens, Gary Cumming, Dave Cunningham, Bruce Radford, Charlie Hammond, Ron McDonald, Stew Grant
 
Second Row
Doug Frread, John Uren, Claire Sherwin, Lynn Hainer, John Harlton, Homer Rath, Gerry Teahen, Bob Stephens, John McGary
 
Front Row Seated
Maurice Oliver, Dick McPherson, Ron Aiken, Nikolas Carrizo, Stan Malcolm, Heather Ellis, Doug Goudy

 

Farewell to Nikolas Cuello Carrizo of Chile

 
 
Niko presented an emotional and grateful speech to approximately thirty-seven members and guests at Rotary Parkview that was preceded by a group photo outside and above the hall.  He thanked his host parents Sandy &  Lucie Stephens, Gerald & Deb Weersink and Brent & Terry Shackleton.  He also praised our club counselor Rotarian Lucie and Youth Exchange officer Rotarian Mark for exceptional support for the year.  Niko spoke in front of a slide of his family and showed a slide presentation of his year in review.  Niko and President Stan exchanged Club banners and Rotarian Ray presented Niko the Canadian flag.  Rotarian Mark gave Niko some gifts including a Canada 150 mug and historical slate from our townhall.  The host families spoke on their impression of their hosting Niko all with excellent reports.  Some questions were asked one of which was, what were his plans.  He plans to go to medical school.  We are all happy to have Niko as part of our Rotary life.
 
Photos by Nelda Oliver 
 
   This Rotary year we saw changes to the criteria for earning the Literacy Award. Gone with the Zone Award
   and new challenges were presented with some mandatory criteria. Our club completed 22 Literacy activities
   by the end of January 2017 and we were recognized with the Gold Literacy Award.
 
 
  
 
  The Club Bulletin is based upon the judgment of a Bulletin Selection Committee. Although my work with The Blast e-Bulletin was
  recognized at the District Conference and was presented with the second place award, it was a collaborative effort with Charlie's
  work as we create two different bulletins for our membership's enjoyment.
Featured Canada 150 PowerPoint Presentation
about
 
Please click on the link below to view her PowerPoint Presentation
 
 
 
Featured Canada 150 Video about
St. Marys-Port Burwell Train Line
by Jacob Boyd
 
Please click on the link below to view his video:
 
 
 
 

 

Theme logo 2017-18 EN

In 2017-18, we’ll answer the question “What is Rotary?” with RI President-elect Ian H.S. Riseley’s theme, Rotary: Making a Difference. “Whether we’re building a new playground or a new school, improving medical care or sanitation, training conflict mediators or midwives, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better.”

 
 
We have featured one video and one PowerPoint presentation from those submitted by the Gr 7 & 8 students at DCVI Elementary and Holy Name of Mary schools. Scroll down the page for their entries. All of the entries have been posted under our site page titled "Canada 150 Voices of St. Marys" which can be found on the left side of our home page and newsletter. Please click to open the file and then select the various videos or PPPs to view.
Click on the title or the video frame to view a very short video...
 

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