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April 10th  CIGI Tour
Fifty members and partners enjoyed the tour of the new Centre for International Governance Innovation facility organized by Brian Hendley.
We were ably guided by Colleen Fitzpatrick, Declan Kelly, and Kevin Dias. Al Watson thought he was back in Ireland.
 Andrew Beamish manned the parking lot gate. In spite of the cold windy weather no one tipped him!
Twenty-six enjoyed a healthy  lunch at Cora's.


Read more about CIGI at http://www.cigionline.org/
            See the slide show on Page 4 for photos.

50/50Draw

First prize was won by Gordon Coyne second prize by Ron Hustwitt.

March Attendance
Members:78
Guests: 2

Membership
Gordon Haywood has been approved for membership and will be inducted at the April 24 meeting.

John Bricker, sponsored by Gordon Coyne, and Alan Cairns, sponsored by Jack Brown. Please make your comments to John Williams at 519-579-6571.

Duty Roster April Meeting
Introducer: Ray Millard
Thanker: Chuck Thompson

Wellness Report
Ron Hustwitt reports no members with illnesses at present. John Gertridge will be assisting Ron with this committee. Please call Ron at 519-746-1282 or John at 519-884-9308 to report an illness.



Book Club

The Book Club meets at the home of Dolf Bogad at 2:00 on Wednesday April 18th. We'll discuss Michener's Book "The Bridge at Andau" - the story of the Hungarian revolution. New members always welcome.

COMSIG
Meeting times have been changed to monthly on the third Thursday 9:30 to 11:30AM. We meet at Forest Hills United Church, 121 Westmount Road East, Kitchener. New members are welcome. Bring your laptops, WiFi on site.

Outdoors Group
The Outdoors Group hikes on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. You can also find out about our times and locations for hikes by looking at the Event Calendar on the club website.

Financial Group
The Financial Group will be meeting at Don Nightingale’s home on May 4th, 2012 from 9:30am to 11am to identify and discuss the various Government and Private programs available to support Seniors. Our member count has now increased from five to nine. New members who would like to attend should contact Don directly .


Sympathy

Our sincere condolences to Paul Van de Kamer for the recent loss of his wife Barbara.



Canada Remembers
 
   
                                  
 
John Day
distributed pins to all present. The gold maple leaf represents Canada. The front poppy those who served in times of war. The background poppy those who played a supporting role at home.






25th Anniversary Coming Up

This time next year we’ll be celebrating a            significant   anniversary in our club’s operation. If you could help  in planning a celebration,        please contact Dolf Bogad at 519-884-7131.      


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