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Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston

The Courier

December 18th, 2018
We meet every Tuesday 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Please join us at Renaissance Event Venue, 285 Queen Street, Kingston ON.  Effective January 8th, 2019 we are relocating to St. Paul's Anglican Church, corner of Montreal an Queen Street.

The Rotary Four Way Test

Is it the truth?  Is it fair to all concerned?  Will it build goodwill and better friendships?  Will it be beneficial to all concerned

Rotary Reflection

For food in a world where many walk in hunger
For peace in a world where many walk in fear
For friends in a world where many walk alone
And for the opportunity to serve others through Rotary,
May we be truly thankful!

The Loyal Toast 

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Queen of Canada!

Acknowledgement of Territory

We are gathered on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory. we are grateful to be able to join together in Rotary Fellowship on these lands.
Dec 18, 2018
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Meeting Report December 11th, 2018



Guests of the Club:

Guests of Members: Many and various partners and friends

Youth Exchange: Maya Bergensen

Visiting Rotarians

Hajra Wilson – Passport Club



Member Sharing

Fun Master (None this week)

We all got to keep our money this week!

Happy/Sad Bucks

None this week

Service Activites

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Club Business

President-Elect Ana began the festive evening by welcoming all of the guests/partners who were in attendance this evening.
Formal activities were light this evening, given over to the fellowship of Rotarians and their partners and guests.  President Rick introduced our entertainment for the evening – Perpetual Emotion – an offshoot of the Kingston Townsmen Chorus.  The men entertained us with a mix of traditional Christmas music, blended with some contemporary selections, including a humorous song about texting a loved one at Christmas.  Big thanks to President Rick, who purchased the performance in our annual auction and donated it for our entertainment this evening.  Auction co-chair Greg Mumford acknowledged the continuing support of the Kingston Townsmen and Perpetual Emotion to our auction.
President Rick also made a presentation of a Christmas gift to Dennis.
President Rick concluded the evening by thanking everyone for coming and by wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season.


Please remember to sign up for a shift staffing the Salvation Army Kettles if you are able.
Remember - no meeting December 25th or January 1st, 2019.  Effective January 8th, 2019 our meeting location will be changing to St. Paul's Anglican Church, 137 Queen Street (corner of Montreal and Queen.  Parking in the Church lot or on the street on Montreal Street.  Please enter at the Montreal Street entrance.
The Membership Committee of Cataraqui Kingston Rotary Club would like to recommend Hakeem Subair for membership.  He is a dedicated to his family and career. He has been considering Rotary as part of his life, and now find himself settled enough to make this goal a reality in his life.  His international experience combined with Teaching qualification would make Hakeem a strong member to our club.  Please see his Bio attached.  Notice will be posted twice in the Courier. Please send your comments to Rick Frasso, Chair of Membership Committee (rick@responseit.ca) or Ana Sutherland, Pres. Elect asutherland@xplornet.ca) before Jan 8, 2019.  It is the committee’s intent to induct Hakeem to club membership January 15th, 2019, if no further discussion or objections.
Hakeem holds a master’s degree in Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University. He also has a Certificate in Social Impact from the Centre for Social Impact at the same university. Prior to that, he obtained a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Business, concentrating in Strategy and Entrepreneurship from the University of Windsor, Canada, as well as Bachelor of Finance from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Hakeem has won several academic awards and honors and is a member of the Golden Key International Honors Society.
His passion for human capacity development has been the driving force behind his participation in various community development activities. It is what led him to join Enactus Windsor, a student led organization committed to promoting economic sustainability to the Windsor-Essex community in Canada, and its neighbor, Detroit in the United States. He worked as Senior Consultant in the consulting team and playing a pioneering role in two multiple award-winning projects CookStart – a program that helps immigrant women setup and run their own food related businesses, and Project Releaf - a project that helps bring fresh water to some of the most vulnerable communities in the world.
Hakeem’s current role as founder and CEO of 1 Million Teachers is shaped by his passion for applying business principles to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing our planet. A passion that grew into a love for giving children the best chance for reaching their full potentials and increasing the capacity of teachers to help their students to do so.
Meeting notes by John Farrow
Bingo Schedule

Schedule June 2018 - March 2019

ThursdayJuly 05. 20186:00 PMJohn FarrowElizabeth Cohoe
ThursdayJuly 05, 20188:00 PMDoug TownsendBill Egnatoff
ThursdayJuly 19. 20186:00 PMHoward LeeMartin Thomas
ThursdayJuly 19, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecMurray Cotton
ThursdayAug 02, 20186:00 PMBill EgnatoffTerri Hodges
ThursdayAug 02, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecGreg Mumford
ThursdayAug 30, 201810:00 PMJohn RichardsTerri Hodges
ThursdaySept 06, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecPatty LeCollier
ThursdaySept 06, 201810:00 PM
John Farrow
Greg Mumford
ThursdaySept 20, 20186:00 PMRobert ReidMurray Cotton
ThursdaySept 20, 20188:00 PMHoward LeeRick Fiedorec
ThursdayOct 04, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecHoward Lee
ThursdayOct 04, 201810:00 PMJohn FarrowRick Fiedorec-->Biill Egnatoff
ThursdayOct 25, 20186:00 PMTerri HodgesGreg Mumford
ThursdayOct 25, 20188:00 PMDoug TownsendMurray Cotton
ThursdayNov 01, 20186:00 PMHeather KembelElizabeth Cohoe
ThursdayNov 01, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecGreg Mumford
ThursdayNov 15, 20186:00 PMElizabeth CohoeJohn Richards
ThursdayNov 15, 20188:00 PMRick FiedorecRobert Reid
ThursdayDec 13, 20186:00 PMElizabeth CohoeJohn Richards
ThursdayDec 13, 20188:00 PMDoug TownsendMurray Cotton
ThursdayDec 27, 20186:00 PMJohn FarrowHoward Lee
ThursdayDec 27, 20188:00 PMBill Egnatoff 
ThursdayJan 03, 20196:00 PM
Robert Reid
Howard Lee
ThursdayJan 10, 20196:00 PMHeather Kembel 
ThursdayJan 10, 20198:00 PM  
ThursdayJan 24, 20196:00 PMJohn Richards 
ThursdayFeb 07, 20196:00 PMRobert ReidHoward Lee
ThursdayFeb 07, 20198:00 PMTerri Hodges 
ThursdayFeb 28, 20196:00 PM  
ThursdayFeb 28, 20198:00 PM  
ThursdayMar 14, 20198:00 PM  
ThursdayMar 14, 201910:00 PM  
ThursdayMar 28, 20196:00 PMRobert ReidHeather Kembel
ThursdayMar 28, 20198:00 PM
Murray Cotton
Please send updates to Greg Mumford.