Father Joe LeClair stated that he always feels privileged to share in people’s lives, as he counsels high-risk youth, married couples, and others in his community. Being conditioned with love and righteousness, we are more able to fight for what is right, and have strength not to take flight in troubled times. Service Clubs like Kiwanis are an inspiration to everyone, as we are committed and loving to our fellow man, and will try to keep our world what it is supposed to be.
Thank you, Past President Lorne Smith, for sharing with us your poetry in memory of the war, and those you have personally lost. Your poetry always brings us close to the memory of the men and women who fought in the wars and who gave of themselves, for all of us.
Thank you to all War Veterans, including our own members… Matt McGrath, Harold Moore, George Perrin, and Lorne Smith. Thank you to George and Barb Perrin, for laying the wreath. Our Remembrance Day celebration wouldn’t be the same with the Cadets and we thank their Color Party for joining us at our 7:00 a.m Breakfast meeting.
President’s Thought for the Week: We come, not to mourn our dead soldiers, but to praise them.
Raffle Prize – Congratulations to Guy Bourbonniere who won the raffle of 2 tickets to the NAC performance of the Donnelly’s – Sticks and Stones, donated by Harold Feder; and to Mark Max who won the raffle of 2 tickets to Dominic D’Arcy’s CD Release Party, donated by Dominic. Thank you all for contributing, $90 was raised for our Administrative Account.
Attendance, Friday November 11/05 Active - 53 /120 (does not include 11 on Leave of Absence) Seniors - 4/58 Honorary and staff – 3 Guests - 12 Total 72
Next Club Meeting: Thursday, November 17, 2005 * We Are Moving to St. Elias Centre 750 Ridgewood Ave. (across from Mooney’s Bay) 6:00 p.m. Cocktails, 7:00 p.m. Dinner “A Taste Of Lebanon” Enjoy an evening of fine dining with good friends. Special Guest: Raymond Baaklini, Ambassador to Lebanon Experience Genuine Lebanese cooking, Authentic Arabic Belly Dancing, Swordsmanship Display, and more! Tickets are $40 each - GET YOURS NOW! Reply to this email to ensure you are part of this great evening. Invite Your Friends! Click here: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org On the Menu: An 8-course meal with succulent Lebanese cuisine
Happy Birthday to You! Nov 15 - Shawn Williams and Brian Quinn Nov 18 - Garry Guzzo and Doug McGregor Nov 20 - Ana Nesic Nov 21 - Hassa Mirchandani, and Peter Patafie
Committee Meetings this week Mon Nov 14 7:00 pm - Programme - Capone’s Eastside Tue Nov 15 5:30 pm - Charity Golf WRAP-UP, Corel Centre Wed Nov 16 12:00 pm - Community Services, Rideau Place-on-the-River 7:00 pm - Legacy / Medical Foundation, Dominic Ferrarotto’s office Thu Nov 17 12:00 pm – Circle K 12:00 Ian Hendry’s office
LUNCHEON Line-Up! Nov 25 Chateau Laurier - Robert Dyck, CEO of CODE Incorporated Dec 2 **MOVING to the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club for lunch Guest speaker to be announced shortly Dec 9 Santa is Coming to Kiwanis!! Family Christmas Party – Bring your family, your friends, your children, your grandchildren, your neighbor’s ….Presenting: “The Rising Stars” from the Dominic D’Arcy Talent Development program, providing the best of the Holiday Music which will entice you to sing along! All children will be asked to dance……… Dec 16 Chateau Laurier - Guest Speaker, Dave Smith Dec 23 and Dec 31 No Meeting - Enjoy the Holiday Season Jan 6 Chateau Laurier
It’s that time of year when you challenge the elements and get toughened up for winter. Salvation Army Christmas Kettles – Every year we provide volunteers to assist the Red Shield Appeal through the ringing of the bells for the Salvation Army. We need 9 members to each take a 1-hour shift to ring the bells and staff the bubble, for the Red Shield Appeal during the lunchtime period of Tue.Dec. 6th, Wed. Dec 7th, and Thur. Dec. 8th. There will be 3 shifts per day (11:00-12:00, 12:00-1:00, 1:00-2:00) Sign-Up Sheets will be on the tables at the Friday luncheon, so if you can help out, PLEASE fill in a shift. You can also reply to this email, or call the office at 233-1900. Community Service – That’s Us.
100% Attendance Tabs – President Sam Bhargava was pleased to present Attendance Tabs to the following : Gary Flockton - 1 year Guy Bourbonniere - 9 years CORRECTION (note amount raised)
Passing The Torch - Many of our members have not seen the plaques acknowledging our Club's contribution to the Passing The Torch Campaign, that are at the Canadian War Museum. It is fitting that they are amongst photos attached to this email at this time of Remembrance, thanks to Ross Christensen, who was a member of the Passing The Torch Committee .
Chair of the PTT Committee, Allan Castledine, was proud to report a successful year in 2003, as they raised a total of $114,740 from Ottawa Kiwanians, other Kiwanis Clubs in Canada, and public contributions.
Kiwanis Club of Kanata Charter Night and Christmas Party December 17, 2005 “We are a new member of the Kiwanis Family, we want to invite all Club Presidents and the members of your club to come celebrate our New Kiwanis Club’s Charter Night on December 17 – 2005 6:00 at the Amberwood Golf Club 54 Springbrook Road Stittsville ON. Past District Governor, Dr. John Button, will be in attendance to present us with our New Club Charter , and we will have some of our Kiwanis Idols from 2005 Idol contest to showcase there talent. Cocktails 6:00, Dinner 7:00, Program 8:00, Dance 9:00 to 11 Dress: Business. Tickets are $35.00 per person. It would be great to have an interclub for all Clubs in Division 12 & 13; you can order tickets at 831-9900 or e-mail email@example.com. Eldon J. Fox, Kiwanis Club of Kanata. RSVP BY: Friday December 7th 2005
Santa is in town! If you are in need of a Santa for your home or office party, please contact Ken Miller at 226-6590. NOTE: All Donations will be forwarded by him to the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa Foundation, for our Cadets Committee. Thank you, Ken.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS. The Kiwanis Club of Ottawa-West (formerly Carleton) invites you to celebrate the holiday season with them at our Annual Christmas Prayer Breakfast on December 7, 2005 (7:15 a.m.) Their guest of honour and speaker will be the Reverend Tom Sherwood, ecumenical chaplain of Carleton University. Details of cost and location to follow in the next email.
$ $ $ $ $ BRING IN YOUR CANADIAN TIRE MONEY $ $ $ $ - Kiwanis Key Club of Sir Robert Borden High School is once again collecting Canadian Tire money and /or Cash for Toy Mountain! Guy Bourbonniere and Robert Houle would be pleased to accept your donation at any luncheon - DEADLINE is DEC 2nd
Kiwanis Club of Bytown “It is my pleasure to invite all the clubs in Division 12 to interclub with the Kiwanis Club of Bytown on December 13th, 2005, at Hunt Club, Bowesville Road, 6:30 for 7:00 p.m. Dinner is $32. We look forward to a good turnout. Please advise me by December 6th at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can be with us on this special evening. Sincerely, Shirley Phillips Ayers, Chair, Interclubs, Kiwanis Club of Bytown
Ottawa’s singing policeman celebrates 50 years in the entertainment business- Our very own member, Dominic D’Arcy, with MC Max Keeping and Dominic’s Rising Stars youth performers, are joining forces for an evening of celebration and live music, in support of Dominic D’Arcy’s Talent Development program. Who: Dominic D’Arcy (with special guests) What: CD Release party and celebration of 50 years in the entertainment business Why: In partial support of the Dominic D’Arcy Rising Stars Talent Development program When: Friday, Nov. 25, 2005, 7:30 - 9:30 PM refreshments to follow Admission $20 for adults, $10 for children under 12 Where: Ron Kolbus Centre (formerly Lakeside Gardens). West on Carling Ave, turn right into Britannia Park (at Pinecrest) Background Dominic D’Arcy lends a sympathetic ear through his music that helps in turning troubled youth around and encourages them to become involved in their community in the war against drugs and alcohol. Many of Dominic’s Rising Stars have gone on to the world stage and the big screen. This is an all-ages event
Board of Directors, for 2005-06 Executive (7) 88th President - Sam Bhargava (613)834-3647 Immediate Past President - Derek Finley President-Elect - Neil McDonald Vice-Presidents - Bill Gosewitz and Peter Patafie Honorary Treasurer - Jane Flain Honorary Secretary - Solange Guberman 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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Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. Kiwanis est une organisation internationale de bénévoles qui se vouent à changer le monde un enfant et une communauté à la fois.