Next Luncheon Meeting is Friday September 8, 2006, 12:30 – 14:00 in the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Laurier Room
Don Drummond, Senior Vice President & Chief Economist, TD Bank Financial Group - "The Outlook for the Canadian Economy and Implications for Investment" The Canadian and U.S. economies appear to be at a turning point with a softening of the U.S. housing market taking the pace of growth down. In anticipation that softer growth will ease inflation pressures, the central banks in the 2 countries have put their interest rate hikes on hold. Mr. Drummond will discuss how the economic cycle will play out with a focus on Canadian economic growth, the sectors that will prosper and suffer and the implications for investment decisions.
Head Table September 8, 2006
1. Lynda Campbell (guest book) 2. Ted Parsons 3. Don Drummond 4. President Designate Neil McDonald 5. Major Larry Jones (new) 6. Paul Drouin 7. David Nidd (new) 10. Howard Whittaker
President's Thought for the Week: If you need a helping hand, it is at the end of your arm. As you get older you must remember that you have a second hand, the first is to help yourself, the second hand is to help others.
Happy Birthday to You! September 5 – Chris Fournier September 6 – Bill Siekierski
No committee meetings this week
Sep.15 Chateau Laurier for a Round Table/No Guest Speaker, (Camp Smitty Hands-On Project weekend)
Sep.22 Dr. Chandra Sekhar Sankurathri, of the Manjari Sankurathri Memorial Foundation MSMF (Founded in memory of Dr. Sankurathri’s wife and children who died in the Air India crash in June 1985)
Sep.29 Turnover Day - Thank you to President Sam and his Board of Directors & Welcome to President Neil and his Board of Directors. Come and join us celebrate the end of another Kiwanis year!
Sympathy of the Club Our sympathies goes out to Janet Dodds, in memory of her father, Dr. James Robert Dodds, who passed away at the age of 92 on Wednesday August 30. Funeral services will be held on Saturday September 2 at 1:00pm with visiting one hour prior, Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Funeral Home, 5610 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal, Quebec. Our thoughts go out to Janet at this time.
Health of the Club Brian Quinn had major surgery on his back last week, and is now recuperating at home. We wish Brian a speedy recovery. Alison Poirier’s husband, Martin, received a baseball in the cheek last week and has had surgery on his cheekbone and face. Ouch!
Kiwanis Administration - Heads Up! Our Kiwanis fiscal year-end is September 30, 2006 Financial - All members’ accounts must be up-to-date at year end. The quarterly luncheon invoices for July – Sept and any other outstanding amounts, are to be paid in full before September 30. If you have any questions about your account, please contact Mike Kruger at the office. Thanks.
Summer Dress is over! Now that August is behind us (sigh), Casual Business Dress has returned, which means gentlemen must wear a jacket to our luncheons, however, a tie is not required. The ladies of the club must also adhere to Casual Business Dress, and dress appropriately. A jacket and tie is required if you are seated at the head table.
Kiwanis provides Hands-On Service for The Ottawa Boys & Girls Club Camp Smitty on Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16, 2006 , we need your help. To sign up Contact: Lee Storm, Coordinator email@example.com 746-5785 w 741-5660 h OR Guy Dagenais, Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 789-0123 w 523-6373 h
Proposed For Membership
The following has been recommended by Membership Committee and approved by the Board of Directors: Robert Bender, Manager Commercial Banking at TD Canada Trust, World Exchange Plaza, sponsored by Past President Ian Hendry and Vice-President Peter Patafie. Objections, if any, must be sent to the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa, in writing, no later than September 11, 2006.
Welcome to the following members who will be introduced to our club on Friday September 8, 2006. Jones, Major Larry Community Services / Chaplain Salvation Army Grace Manor 1156 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1Y 2Z3 Nidd, David Financial Services Business Development Bank of Canada 55 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K1P 6L5
Our Club’s GOLF and TENNIS DAY at the AMBERWOOD GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB Wednesday, September 13, 2006 This is a great event for our members, and their guests. * Golf and Dinner $65.00 – shotgun start at 1:00. Maximum 72 golfers. Our goal is to make the Kiwanis Members’ Tournament inviting and fun for all members. Past Presidents Ron Wing (523-7940) and Ed Healey (831-5809) are selecting Team Captains for each foursome. All teams will be encouraged to select a new member/potential member as well as a long-term member as par of their foursome. Please call Ron if you wish to be a Team Captain. * Tennis and Dinner $40 - starts at 2:00 on 3 reserved courts * Swimming and Dinner $40 - bring your own towels please * Dinner only $35 - starts at 6:30 pm All interested parties should contact a Team Captain to register in a foursome. Team Captains Rick Barrigar (full)Guy BourbonniereBill Gosewitz Ross Hadwen (full)Ed Healey (full)Kathleen Holst Neil McDonaldDawn MorewoodPeter Nadeau Peter Patafie (full)Barb PerrinAlison Poirier (full) Phil RossyGlen VaillancourtDoug Wilson (full) Ron Wing (full)KC of SageEv Colton (full) Please inform the office of your selection and method of payment. We want to encourage that all monies be paid upfront prior to the date of the tournament.
“For several years Kiwanians have generously supported me in the Ottawa SuperWalk for Parkinson’s. I am now gathering pledges for the 2006 event, set for September 9, and hope you will consider pledging a donation in my name. This is an extremely busy time for the Club, so there will be no pledge forms put on the luncheon tables. If you decide to support my participation in SuperWalk 2006, you can send a cheque. Please make it payable to Parkinson Society Ottawa and mail it to me at 40 Arthur Street, #701, Ottawa K1R 7T5. You can also pledge online by going to www.superwalk.com, click on find Superwalk Province/City and then Click Pledge a Superwalker. Be assured that I deeply appreciate the love and support of my Kiwanian friends! Past President Larry Haffner!
Sage Charter Night
SAGE: Senior Active Gentlemen Engaged - The Kiwanis Club of Sage will be holding their annual Charter Night on Wednesday, September 20th, 2006 at the Nepean Sportsplex on Woodroffe. Cocktails at 6:30 p.m. Dinner at 7:00 pm $35.00 per person. The Sage Club was founded by the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa in September 1975, under the leadership of the late Distinguished Lt. Governor Jack Gordon, who was selected to chair the Committee for this purpose. In the Annual Report of 1975, Jack says, "this was one of my most delightful Kiwanis experiences". Those who are interested in attending, are asked to inform Rita Harper at 233-1900 no later than Sept 10th.
Kiwanis Club of Bytown Presents – On The Runway Fashion Show Tudor Hall, Monday September 25, 2006 3750 North Bowesville Road Cocktails & Silent Auction at 6:00pm, Dinner at 7:00pm Tickets $65.00 For more information call 613-523-7792
Membership Roster Advertising
For the past 2 years, members have advertised in the Membership Roster, adding value to their personal information and helping us to meet our operating costs. Your ad promoting your Company and product, will be seen by more than 200 members looking for services and goods that you supply.Costs are as follows: - personal ad $200 + GST - full inside page$500 + GST - full inside cover - front or back $500 + GST - full outside back cover $1,000+ The Cover Advertisers in the current roster have first option to renew. Running your ad is quick and easy... just call Ken Birch at 523-6222 or email to email@example.com - 4 -