Honorary Treasurer Jane Flain gave a presentation on our Financial Statements for 2004-05, along with our Budgets for 2005-06. Thank you to everyone who participated in the presentations, and thank you to the membership for asking the questions. President Sam stressed that all questions and comments will be reviewed by the Board at an upcoming Board of Directors’ meeting.
Attendance: Active 55 of 114* (*does not include 12 on LOA) Seniors 5 Guests 0 Hon/Staff 2 Total 62
Raffle Prize: Congratulations to Richard Munro who won the raffle of a fleece pullover donated by Dawn Morewood. Thank you all for contributing, $97 was raised for our General Account.
Next Club Meeting: Friday, January 27, 2006, 12:30 - 2:00 pm ADAM Room, Fairmont Chateau Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa
Dave Wallace - Chair of the Board of Governors of Algonquin College - “The Business of Community College Education” David Wallace was appointed to the Algonquin College Board of Governors in September 2002 and appointed to the position of Chair in September 2005. He is Regional Vice-President and Managing Director, Eastern and Northern Ontario for BMO Harris Private Banking. He joined the BMO Financial Group in 1966 and over the past 20 years has held several Senior Management positions. David has been actively involved in a number of community charities including the Children’s Aid Foundation, Champions for Children, the Children’s Hospital, Snowsuit Fund, and the Ottawa Heart Institute, to name but a few. He is the recipient of many awards for his contribution to the community.
On the menu: Veal Cannelloni, with Tomato Sauce & Cheese, and Vegetables Tiramisu Cake
Head Table, January 27th, 2006 1. Jane Flain, guest book) 2. Clive Woolley, introducer 3. Dave Wallace 4. President Sam 5. Reverend Harold Johnson 6. Warren Gencher, thanker 7. Victor Hanna, new member 8. Tom Pullen, intro new member Raffle ticket seller: Sharilyn Colletti Greeters: Angela Cummings and Paul Drouin
Happy Birthday to You! Jan 20 - Ross Hadwen and David Costford Jan 26 - Phil Rossy
Committee Meetings Mon Jan 30 Cadets 7:00 pm Mike St. Louis’ home LUNCHEON Line-Up Feb 3 Bruce H. Swan and Timothy Kluke, Royal Ottawa Health Care Group Feb 10 Dave Smith “Contributing to the Community” Feb 17 Mike Duffy
***** Helping Hands Update ***** The Event: The date for the walk-athon has been set for Sep 16/06 A reminder to everyone this walk is not open to the public but limited to Kiwanians, family and friends, as it is a celebration of what we have collected through the year to support our causes.
Sales: For those still hesitant about asking for pledges I draw to your attention the new information sheet distributed today. It summarizes who we are and what we do, making the "Ask" simpler. Additional copies are available. Success: Todate we have collected $25,000. in pledges. These pledges are now being turned in. Personally I have collected and submitted 50% of my goal. It is important to collect and submit your pledges now as the club needs the funds now in order to fulfill its promises to our youth and community. Yours in service, Chair, Kathleen Holst
Kiwanis - Ottawa Senators Partners In Caring Once again this year, the Ottawa Senators and the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa are working together on the Kiwanis Partners in Caring program. This is a project whereby the Kiwanis Club is offered tickets, suites and merchandise from the Senators at a discount enabling them to sell these items at very attractive prices, with the proceeds going to the Kiwanis youth projects. THIS YEAR’S GAME - Ottawa Senators vs Marion Hossa and the Atlanta Thrashers - Thursday, February 9, 2006 – tickets available for $50 in the 300 level A GREAT DEAL: Order 10 tickets for your employees, co-workers or friends and you will receive 2 free bonus tickets for the March 14h game when the Sens play Tampa Bay. OR if not 10 Hockey tickets with 2 free tickets, why not just buy 2 tickets and support Kiwanis. Call Tom Spence to get YOUR tickets at 741-0741
HEALTH OF THE CLUB - Best wishes for a speedy recovery to LYNDA CAMPBELL who underwent surgery last Wed, and to PHIL ROSSY who had surgery on his knee. LORNE USHER is in the Queensway Carleton recuperating from a stroke. He started physiotherapy yesterday and is in good spirits. His wife, Betty, says he is coming along well.