Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
RCOS eBulletin – September 5, 2018
Lunch meeting was held at KS on the Keys      Scribe: Rosemary Parker
  • Olagoke Fanimehin from Nigeria. He told us a little about what things he is involved in at his home club. His club has 80 members.
  • Jeanine Parker from the New Glasgow Club has moved to Ottawa and will be joining our club in the very near future.
  • Bradley Lamoureux (new member) will speak next Wednesday (26 Sept). Bradley works at the Waterford Retirement Residence.
  • For your information, there will be an open house at The Waterford Retirement Residence this Saturday and Sunday (September 22, 23) and guided tours will be given. Everyone is encouraged to drop by.
    Ian Warrack updated us on upcoming activities:
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Happy Bucks
Joan happily took our Happy Bucks.
Mo’s number was drawn but no joker today.
There was no speaker today but Ian filled the time with a quiz on taglines. It was fun and, surprisingly, we did very well.
We brain stormed and came up with tag lines for our three fundraisers:
We deliver love
We’re there for you
In case you forgot
Drive out cancer
Putt cancer away
Drive cancer away
Tee up cancer
Give cancer a whack
Where fun, fashion, and  sport collide
Polo for warriors
Polo for heroes
Riding for vets
Polo in the park for warriors at heart
President Joan ended the meeting promptly at 1:30.
RCOS President Joan Hunter and Paramjit Bhoi with Olagoke Fanimehin
RCOS President Joan Hunter and Paramjit Bhoi pose with with fellow Rotarian Olagoke Fanimehin from Nigeria.