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Rotary is marking 30 Years of Women in Rotary.  Rotary Club of Halifax Harbourside invited all area clubs to an informal brunch/meeting today. Our Club showed good representation and enjoyed the camaraderie, networking opportunities and, in general, the enjoyable company.   
 
Notable Facts
 
  1. It was voted that Women could be admitted to Rotary Clubs Worldwide in 1989.  By June 1990, the number of female Rotarians had skyrocketed to over 20,000.  By July 2016, the number of female Rotarians had surpassed 250,000.
  2. 1995 - Eight women become district governors.
  3. 2005 - The first woman appointed as trustee of The Rotary Foundation.
  4. 2008 - The first woman elected to the RI board of directors.
  5. 2012 - The first woman to serve as RI treasurer.
  6. 2013 - The first woman to serve as RI vice president.
 
 
On May 4th, we did our semi annual Adopt - A - Highway initiative from Exit 1K to Fultz House in Lower Sackville.
 
Eleven members and friends of Rotary took on the clean up of all the garbage nesting on the sides of the road.
 
Our Club has been a proud participant in the Adopt-A-Highway program for many years now.  Twenty bags of garbage plus other various items were cleared from view and sent to their proper disposal sites........  

 
At the 40th annual Lake District Recreation Association Dinner, Lisa Keddy was awarded Rotary Club of Sackville and Area's, Volunteer of the Year. 
 
Since joining our Club a year ago, she has participated in the unveiling
 
Left to Right-Rotarian Lisa Keddy and Club Treasurer, Deb Gascoigne
 
of the Canada 150 Mosaics, serves on the Fundraising Team, and is a key contributor and actively partakes in our Chase the Ace on Thursday evenings.
 
 
SBA Volunteer of the Year is none other than our own Vice President, Beverly Barker.  She was awarded this honour at the 40th annual Lake District Recreation Association Dinner held on April 17, 2019.   Bev is owner of Beverly Barker Insurance Agency Inc. - the co-operators located here in Lower Sackville.  
 
With a long history of volunteerism and bringing a community focused attitude to our Club, she participates with high energy in many of our projects.  You can witness this energy at Freeman's Little New York on Thursday's with our Chase the Ace Team.  Bev is also a key contributor to our Interact Club at Charles P. Allen High School.
 
Congratulations!  Well Done!
 

 
 
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