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Registrar: Bill MacArthur
Front Door Greeter: Randy Winters
Back Door Greeter: Connie Martin
Invocation: Mike SeraFimovski
 Four-Way Test: Sevda Barin
Russell Hampton
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Windsor (1918)
We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
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2175 Parent Ave.
Windsor, ON  N8X 4K2
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Today's Program 

   Monday, July 17th, 2017

Joyce Zuk, Executive Director, Family Services Windsor
Housing First: A Philosophy and an Innovative Approach

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Last week was Colleen's first meeting as club president of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918). Colleen took a few moments to thank and recognize her friends and family for their continued support. She then went into showcasing her initiatives for the upcoming Rotary year and what she hopes to accomplish. Colleen also spoke on some of the upcoming changes she hopes to implement and how our club will continue to do great work and make a difference! 

 President Colleen announced:  

 

► 2017–2018 New Rotary Initiatives.

 

► Rotary Fish Fry July 21st, 2017 4-8PM.

Upcoming Events
Bring A Guest Day!
Aug 21, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 
Young Rotary Leaders: Fellowship at the Bistro
The Bistro at the River
Aug 23, 2017
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 
Joint Rotary Club Meeting
Ciociaro Club
Sep 12, 2017 6:00 PM
 
District Assembly - One Rotary Summit
Schoolcraft College
Sep 13, 2017
5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
 
Children's Fest
Central Park Athletics
Sep 16, 2017 – Sep 17, 2017
 
Dear Rotary Club of Windsor (1918),
 
Your passions and commitment to our students and generous donations towards the scholarship fund will continue to ensure that we attract and attain the most promising students. We value your involvement as a benefactor and as a family member os St. Clair College.
 
 Because your generosity, students at the College continue to benefit from the abundant opportunities to learn, grow, and excel. This year, the St. Clair College Foundation awarded over $454,800 in student scholarships at our Windsor Essex and Chatham-Kent campuses. This means that over 680 students in 2017 were able to receive assistance with their education from generous donors, such as yourself. 
 
On behalf of the St. Clair College Foundation, our administration, faculty, staff and most importantly our students. I would like to extend my sincere gratitude for your generosity. 
 
With Gratitude, 
 
John Fairley
Vice President College and Community Relations
Executive Director, St. Clair College Advancement 
 
 
Dear Rotary Club of Windsor (1918),
 
On behalf of our board, staff and the clients we serve, please accept our most sincere thanks to your Rotary members and the grand decision committee for selecting CMHA-WECB as a grant recipient this year. The $5,000 grant will be split between two programs that rely solely on community support for sustainability. 
 
Mood Walks- An innovative and non-traditional method of outreach and group therapy for youth in our community. 
Griefworks- A unique and specialized program that helps children and youth cope with grief and trauma after the death of an important person inter lives. 
 
Thank you again!
 
Sincerely, 
 
Claudia den Boer
Chief Executive Officer 
Canadian Mental Health Association 
Windsor-Essex County Branch 
 
 
Dear Rotary Club of Windsor (1918),
 
Thank you for supporting our Summer Lunch Program this past June with a $5,000 grant. This will help us feed lunches to 50 kids, 5 days a week for the months of July & August. We look forward to giving you an opportunity to be involved in the program. 
 
Sincerely, 
 
Danielle Moldovan 
 
 
Now that President's Night, Meet the Governor Night and Fireworks at The Bistro are over, here's our next big event - THE FISH FRY, taking place Friday, July 21st at Lakewood Park, from 4pm - 8pm.
 
We need 6 volunteers on Friday, July 21st, from 9am - 12 noon to setup tables and chairs and pop-up tents for ticket sales, token purchases and raffle tickets. Also, we need 6 volunteers on Saturday, July 22nd, from 9am - 12 noon to tear-down and cleanup the site.
 
Please contact Randy Winters to set up your volunteer schedule. 
 
 
Attendance is easy through engagement.  
 
This Rotary Club doesn't function at its best without the involvement of all of its members. Are you committed to being involved?
 
 
  
BINGO 

Our 2nd major fundraiser! 

Volunteers needed for daytime Bingos 

Please contact: Walter Willms 

519-966-7150 or walter.willms.windsor@gmail.com

 

Date 8:15-4:15 8:15-2:30 9:00-2:30 11:30-4:15
Wednesday, Aug 30 Filled Filled Filled Filled
Wednesday, Sep 13 Filled Filled Filled Filled
Wednesday, Oct 4 Filled Filled Filled Filled
Wednesday, Nov 22 Filled   Filled Filled
 
Many thanks to Jim Blue, Leona Macintyre, Theresa Schuurman, Walter Willms and Randy Winters for working the Bingo on July 12th. They will have raised about $1,000 to support the Adult Assistance Committee.