Weekly Meeting - Don Drummond, Senior Vice President & Chief Economist, TD Bank Financial Group - "The Outlook for the Canadian Economy and Implications for Investment"

Don Drummond, Senior Vice-President & Chief Economist with the TD Bank Financial Group, noted that the world economy continues to expand at a strong pace with Asia leading the way. Although oil prices continue to go up, inflation remains under control. Canadian growth will be dampened by a slowdown in the U.S. economy and this slowdown will lead to a pullback in commodity prices. Businesses are facing many challenges and taxation continues to be a concern especially in Ontario where we have the highest rate of taxation.

President Designate Neil welcomed our two newest members. David Nidd was introduced by his sponsor, Howard Whittaker. David is the Manager of Business Development with the Business Development Bank of Canada. Major Larry Jones was introduced by his sponsor President Designate Neil McDonald , as one of our new Honorary Chaplains . Major Larry is the Executive Director for the Salvation Army Grace Manor. WELCOME to the club David & Larry!

Raffle Prize – Congratulations to Barb Perrin, who won the raffle of a tickets to the Ottawa 67’s donated by Bill Gosewitz, to Paul Drouin, who won the raffle of a gift certificate to the Pelican Grill donated by Distinguished Past Lt. Governor Ron Wing, and to our guest Major Sardiana, who won the raffle of a Courriers CD, donated by Mark Max. Thank you all for contributing, $108.00 was raised for our General Account.

Fine Session $41.00.

*** NEXT LUNCHEON MEETING: Friday September 15, 2006, 12:30pm – 2:00pm. Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Gatineau Room upstairs ROUND TABLE There will NOT be a regular Luncheon Meeting, but there will be a Round Table. No Guest Speaker and no Head Table. The Round Table provides you with an opportunity to have a nice lunch with your fellow Kiwanians and to catch up on what you did this summer! Lunch starts at 12:30 and you can be out of there by 1:30. This allows many of our members to participate in our Camp Smitty Hands-On weekend whereby we provide painters and laborers to assist the Ottawa Boys and Girls Club “Camp Smitty Hands-On Project Weekend”

On the menu: Wild Mushroom Ravioli with Rosemary-Pine Nut Cream and Oka Cheese, Freshly Baked Rolls, Green Salads, Grilled Vegetables, Maple Mousse, Cookies and Sliced Fruit.


Mon. Sep.11 Program, 6:00pm, Kiwanis office Tue Sep.12 Membership, 7:00pm, Jackie Holzman’s Thu Sep.14 YCPO, 12:00pm, Ian Sterling’s office Mon Sep.18 Board of Directors, 5:30pm, Kiwanis office


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!

Happy Birthday to You! September 10 – Bob Chiarelli September 16 – Bob Alyea & Paul Poggione September 17 – Jamie Johnson

Happy Anniversary to Matt and Jean McGrath - 60 remarkable years!

100% Attendance Tabs

These tabs are presented to members who have attended 52 meetings in their anniversary year, either by joining us for our Friday luncheons or participating at committee meetings and events: Peter Nadeau - 3 Neil McDonald - 5 Dawn Morewood - 5 Ken Nelson - 8 George Perrin- 15

Kiwanis Administration - Financial

Our Kiwanis fiscal year-end is September 30, 2006. All members’ accounts must be up-to-date at year end. The quarterly luncheon invoices for July – September 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.

Club Photographs - Kanta Marwah has prepared a display of some photographs of our club events. These photos are available for you to purchase, at a very reasonable cost. If you are interested, please speak to Kanta at one of our weekly meetings.

Welcome to the following members who were introduced to our club on Friday September 8, 2006. Jones, Major Larry 2006 Community Services / Chaplain Salvation Army Grace Manor 1156 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1Y 2Z3 ph. 613-722-8025 fax 613-722-3147 ljones@gracemanor.ca 32 Homestead Street Nepean, ON K2E 7N8 ph. 613-225-5681 Spouse: Major Marlene Jones #193 Nidd, David 2006 Financial Services Business Development Bank of Canada 55 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K1P 6L5 ph. 613-995-8885 fax 613-995-9045 david.nidd@bdc.ca 31 Tartan Drive Nepean, ON K2J 2W3 613-823-4925 Spouse: Julie Gagnon-Nidd #159

Kiwanis Club of Sage

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 15th.

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 birchtree@sympatico.ca

*** THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF HELPING HANDS' *** - over $37,000 collected with more pledged! We will be celebrating the success that we have achieved during the 1st year of the “Helping Hands" initiative. The celebration will take place in Gatineau Park on Saturday, October 14th in the form of a Kiwanis Club of Ottawa walk in support of Helping Hands. We would like to thank all of this year’s supporters, and Kathleen Holst’s team, by participating in a WALK in their honour. We would like as many members as possible from our club, with their families, to join us for this day of celebration, fun, and fellowship. Arrangements will be made for a picnic after the walk, where we can discuss our ideas for next year’s Helping Hands program. If you want, you are also welcome to have the office fax you a pledge form, for your friends to sponsor your walk, to close out this year’s program. Pledges are not mandatory for your participation in the walk and picnic. It is much more important for you to attend the event. The format of the picnic is for each family to bring their own food and beverages. Please come out to, not only celebrate the past year, but to encourage Paul Drouin, our new CHAIR of the Helping Hands Committee, and his team for next year’s program, which will be so important to help fund our many initiatives. President Sam Bhargava -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

“Leave A Legacy – Make A Difference… Sponsor a Member”

2005-06 Board of Directors Executive (7) 88th President - Sam Bhargava (613) 834-3647 Immediate Past President - Derek Finley President-Designate - Neil McDonald 2 Vice-Presidents - Bill Gosewitz and Peter Patafie Honorary Treasurer - Jane Flain Honorary Secretary - Jamie Johnson Directors (9) Guy Bourbonniere Martin Diegel Harold Feder Dawn Morewood Peter Nadeau Barb Perrin Phil Rossy Chris Thompson Doug Wilson

Weekly meeting : Friday 12:30 p.m. Fairmont Chateau Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa, ON (613) 241-1414 (changes or cancellations are noted in ‘ Upcoming Meetings’ )

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