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Nov 20, 2019
Electrical Safety - Speaking from Experience
Nov 27, 2019
Annual General Meeting for ROTEL
Dec 04, 2019
Club Strategic Plan Discussion
Dec 11, 2019
Annual General Meeting For Rotary Ottawa South
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RCOS eBulletin – November 13, 2019
Lunch meeting was held at KS on the Keys      Scribe: Scott Vetter
  • Rosemary has the date for our Salvation Army Kettle: Saturday November 30 at Loblaws South keys. Sign up online or contact Scott. (See below for current schedule.)
  • Save the Date: PROBUS will have Sue WIlliams talking about Crossing the Atlantic on Nov 27 at 10am. 91 Pike St (at Lorry Greenberg Dr)
  • Save another Date: November 29 - 30 for the Rotary Club of Orleans Festive Home Tour. Tickets are $50. For more information contact:
  • Joan suggested, and all present agreed, that we should have a Club Christmas dinner in mid/late January. Details to be determined.
  • Rosemary will follow-up with Community Chair Mahamud for the Giant Tiger gift cards for Salvation Army Christmas gift baskets. Cards will be given out at the Citadel on Dec 17 midday. Speak to Rosemary if you'd like to help.
  • Gary spoke about the 100 Men Who Care Ottawa. Their recent meeting featured three charitable organizations including the Ottawa Rotary Home. 
Happy Bucks

Scott toured the table collecting loonies and news/celebrations.



Sam had the winning ticket; we should rename this as Sam's 50/50. The Joker sent out the King of Diamonds and continues to hide as teh pot approaches $200.


Guest Speaker

With no guest speaker today club members talked about club issues and enjoyed good conversation and camaraderie.

Current schedule for the December 1 Salvation Army Kettle at South Keys Loblaws. Sign up online or contact Scott with your preferred time.


President-elect  Sam ended the meeting promptly at 1:30 pm.


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