Rotary Club of Oak Bay
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Events

Pub & Tug Social Event
Sunday, September 11 at 1:00 pm

Spinnaker's Pub. Cost: $25.

Sign-up sheet will be passed out at meetings. Contact Heather or Lorna for more details.

Stephen Lewis Dinner
November 18

John Edgell has tickets ($75.00)

Program for August 30 at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre

Reported by Neil Madsen

President David called on us to sing O Canada a cappella and asked Tom Lidkea to say grace.
Announcements:

Victorian Garden Party - a Point Ellice House Fundraiser
Martin Holden announced that this event will be held on Sept. 10 from 1 pm to 4 pm. It will include personal tours of the House and Gardens, afternoon tea and entertainment, chocolates and ice cream, fine art auction at 3 pm and a silent auction and plant sale. The house is at 2616 Pleasant Street but parking is limited. Take a Harbour Ferry to the House dock or a #14 bus. Martin has tickets at $20 each.

Visiting Rotarians and Guests , introduced by Neil Rawnsley: Lynda Hood, St. Joseph., Mo.; Lynne Murray, Harbourside. Angele Munro was the guest of John Picken, Tsuyoshi Takahashi was the guest of Don O'Coffey and Marion Banz, our new Exchange Student from Germany, was the guest of the Club.

The Sergeant-at-Arms was not called upon but the draw was made and won by Mary Canty. Lynn reminded us that today is Nels' birthday, so we all sang Happy Birthday.

Golf Tournament Report: Go to this Link

A Rotary Moment, by John Snively.

In 1942, delegates to a conference in London, most of whom were Rotarian, founded the important UNESCO, an important organization later placed under the umbrella of the UN. Just after the war, in San Francisco, 50 Rotarians were among the delegates to the meeting that founded the United Nations itself.

This being a casual meeting, there was no guest speaker and we adjourned at 1:01 pm, with many staying longer to chat with fellow members

Join us at Noon on Tuesdays at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel
1175 Beach Drive, Victoria, BC, CANADA

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