Bulletin of 1997.10.17


FRIDAY, October 24/97 -12:30 pm Chateau Laurier - ADAM ROOM Steve Violetta, Vice-President, Ottawa Senators Hockey Club will speak to us on the Ottawa Senators Youth & Community Programme

On the Menu: Hungarian Goulash with Egg Noodles, Vegetables (or Fruit Plate, or Vegetarian....just ask the waiters when they come to your table) Oct 17 meeting ...Earl Crowe introduced our guest speaker, John Cripton, as a man who has risk taking experience in the arts and entertainment field. Mr. Cripton explained that the NAC represents 28 years of developing and nurturing the arts and culture in Canada. The NAC has been responsible for initiating and receiving a tremendous spectrum of creative energy and is one of the fasting growing in the Canadian economy contributing $42 billion in combined direct and indirect economic benefits.

Congratulations .......to Howard Lithwick who was the recipient of the President’s Rose for his personal efforts in supporting the Key Clubbers as well as sponsoring our Club President in 1990.. .....to Darrell Powell who won the raffle prize worth over $300 - 1 pair of seasons tickets for the English Theatre Series beginning October 23, donated by Earl Crowe. Thank you for donating, Earl, $286.00 was raised for our General Account. ..... to Tom Lamothe who received his 100% Attendance Tab for attending 52 meetings in the year or obtaining makeups as required.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Treat you friends as you do your pictures and place them in their best light. COREL GALA!!! We are pleased to announce that Michael Cowpland of Corel Corporation has invited our Club members (along with a guest) to attend their Annual World Design Contest Gala at the Corel Centre on Monday, October 27/97. This spectacular black tie event showcases the work of talented contestants who have submitted entries for CorelDRAW and an Awards Ceremony will be held for the winner. The event is also a tribute to Corel WordPerfect and the official launch of the Corel DRAW8. This has been noted as the largest party Corel ever hosted! with Live entertainment, dancing and refreshments. If you did not pick up an invitation this past Friday, it will be mailed to you.

ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS They’re here! Dine at your favourite restaurants, enjoy theatre and attractions, save on travel plus much more - 50% savings all around town. And they still sell for only $40.00!! Our club can make a profit of $18.00 for every book sold so be sure to buy your books from the Kiwanis office and get your family and friends to do the same!

COMMITTEE MEETING Mon Oct 20 Board of Directors 5:45 Kiwanis office Charitable Gift Planning 12:00 Bill Siekierski’s office Benefit Dinner 12:00 Fuliwah Restaurant Tue Oct 21 Ways & Means 12:00 Talisman Hotel Wed Oct 22 Key Club 12:00 Bank of Nova Scotia, 3rd floor Mon Oct 27 Air Cadets 7:00 Red Emond’s home Tue Oct 28 Spiritual Aims & International Affairs 12:15 St. Paul’s University


Oct 31 Company of Musical Theatre / District Governor James Rowney

Nov 7 Remembrance Day Luncheon - Mr. Len Dent, Canada Remembers Commemoration Committee

Nov 14 Her Excellency Mrs. Diana Fowler Leblanc, Palliative Care in Canada

Nov 21 Salute to the School of Dance with Celia Franca OC and Jennifer Fournier

Nov 28 New Members’ Induction - Corel WordPerfect Suite 8 demonstration

Dec 5 Annual General Meeting

**Dec 12 Kiwanis International President Walter Sellers - in recognition of our Club’s 80th Anniversary of the Charter of our Club. Mark your calendars! Dec 19 Annual Family Party, Chateau Laurier

INTERCLUBS PLANNED for October : Pembroke October 22, 12:00 , Settler’s Hall, contact Ted Digel; Gouldburn October 23, 7:15 pm, contact Bob Vergette; Sage, October 29, 10:00 a.m., Woodroffe United Church, contact Jim Anderson and Rideau, October 30 12:00 Super 8 Hotel, contact Barry Young.

INTERCLUB HELD at the Kiwanis Club of Nepean, Wednesday October 15, and the following 5 members attended: President Marcia, Barry Young, Guy Beauregard, Bob Vergette, and Tom Lamothe.

AN INTERCLUB was also held at the Kiwanianne Club of Ottawa’s Turnover Evening on Tuesday, October 14 and the following 4 members attended: President Marcia, Sam Bhargava, Lloyd Ayers and Buck Madden.

NEPEAN KEY CLUB - SLAVE DAY Why not help the Key Clubbers raise funds for their attendance at the Key Club Convention. SURELY you could use some help around your house the weekend of October 18 and 19! They will rake ALL those leaves, help clean out the garage, help put up storm windows or help inside the house for a donation. Call Howard Lithwick at 828-2120 if you wish to help out the kids with their fall fundraiser.

WORLD TRIVIA NIGHT The Kiwanis Club of Orleans has once organized a Trivia Night for Friday, November 21, 1997, with proceeeds going to the Childrens Aid Foundation,, Teams of 10 players can register for $100 per team. This challenging event will be held at the Ottawa Civic Centre, Salon A, beginning at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 6:00 pm with pizza and refreshments available for sale. There is also entertainment and Prizes GALORE! This is a very fun evening with 10 categories of never-heard trivia. Plan to attend, make a team with your family or friends. To register call Nancy Maxwell at 747-7800 ext 2867 or Shirley Tomblin at 837-3938.

CHEO - DREAM OF A LIFETIME OVER $1,250,000 IN PRIZES We are selling tickets for CHEO’s big draw and we can make $31,000 if we sell all 800 tickets that we have been allotted. Vic Reed has graciously agreed to act as our sales coordinator and will be selling tickets every Friday with the help of Tom Spence. If you can spare some time to sell tickets at the malls, please contact Vic at 741-3166. Please sign up on the volunteer sheets every Friday or call Vic.

*** NOVEMBER 17/97 - Corel Centre ***** KIWANIS and OTTAWA SENATORS “Partners in Caring” Ottawa Senators vs Boston Bruins $38.00 per ticket Mark your calendars!! We will be given a sectioned-off area for this game, and we have 1000 tickets to sell. You can help the Committee with this fundraiser by taking 10 tickets to sell to 10 of your business associates, family or friends. We are also looking for a sponsor for the cocktail party before the game at the Corel Centre. If you can help out with ticket sales please call Tom Spence, Tony Bennett or Peter Patafie. 1997

LOTTERY CALENDAR - 4,962 calendars were sold for 1997! CALENDAR WINNER for Sunday, October 10, 1997 Calendar #6929 John Law $700.00 Cash!!

ROSTER CHANGES: SENIOR MEMBERSHIP has been given to Ian McDonald effective October 1/97. The Rosters have now arrived! If you did not pick one up on Friday, it will be mailed to you. When there are changes here, please make the change in your roster as well. Zanon, Michael A 1992 185-Mike email: issuenet@freenet.carleton.ca Real Estate Development Standard Life Insurance 275 Slater Street, Suite 1500 K1P 5H9 234-6226 fax 234-6930

HEAD TABLE FOR OCTOBER 24/97 1. Rick Barrigar 7. Rev John Moor 2. Shirley Tomblin 8. Alan Smith 3. Steve Moore 9. Harold Moore 4. Tom Pullen 10. Ross McHardy 5. Steve Violetta 11. Mike Moore 6. President Marcia 12. Derek Finley

Rather Amusing: Have you ever wondered who posts the “thin ice” signs?