ProBUZZ‎ > ‎March '11‎ > ‎Page 2‎ > ‎

Page 3

 50/50 Draw

First Prize: Jack Brown

Second Prize: Brian Hendley

Duty Roster, Jan. Meeting:

Introduction: Karl Kaufman

Thanker: Bill Trotter


May Attendance & Membership:

Members: 66 Guests: 4

Bell Ringer

Don Nightingale recently found out a street in Winnipeg was named after him. Don was a councillor in East Kildonan in the late '60's. The honor occurred soemtime after Don moved to Toronto. Congratulations, Don!

New Member:

Please welcome our newest member, Lee Dickey, who was inducted at the February Meeting



Wellness Report:

Ron Hustwitt advises, no sickness this month. Contact Ron at 519-746-1282 to report any sickness you are aware of.

Book Club:

The month's book is "The Sweetest Dream"  by Doris Lessing, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. The discussion will be at Ron Ridgeway's home on Wednesday March 23 at 2:00 is All are welcome.

Investment Club:

The Investment- Financial Club will meet at John Cullen's home on Wed. Mar. 23 at 9:30 a m.  Guest speaker Jim Bowman who will talk about 'Education in Financial Planning'.  All welcome.

Outdoors Group:


The next walk will be Mar. 22 at 09:30. Meet at the parking lot behind Waterloo City Hall and walk along the Laurel Trail northeast. If you plan to participate, please register on the forum at You'll find more information about n about upcoming walks there. Contact person is Dorian Hausman.

Special Events:

Saturday, June 18 – A great day to Port Dover is being planned . Here are the details:

  • $85 per person

  • Departure Time – 9:00 AM via motor coach

  • Return Time – 6:00 P.M.

  • Arrive in Port Dover in time for shopping and stroll

  • Noon lunch at the Erie Beach Hotel (pickerel and chips) – they are famous for this

  • 2:00 PM – Musical “Ned Durango” at Lighthouse Festival Theatre

If you plan to attend you are encouraged to bring your cheques to the Mar. 29 meeting.

A brief note about the musical “Ned Durango”:

This is the World Premiere of a musical comedy by Norm Foster and Leslie Arden.

Ex-NHLer and disillusioned restauranteur Tom Shaw is saddled with making the annual Victoria Day Tomato Festival Parade in Big Oak the best it's ever been. Tom entices New Durango, an old TV cowboy star to help the economically troubled town.

Several other events are in the planning stage so you might want to make note of the following dates. More information will follow.

Fall: Car rally – Date still to be set.

October 5: Shunpiking Escarpment Trip

December 14: Annual Christmas Lunch


Thanks to Ken MacPherson for taking the pictures for this months Probuzz. Also thanks to Jack Brown for the Page 4 Heading.
Subpages (1): Page 4