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Past Presidents's - Debbie Gascoigne, Linda Meldrum, Ron Zwaagstra and President Ross Bartlett
 
As Rotary Club Past President, Linda has given her time, dedication, skills and much more to Rotary Club of Sackville and Area for the past year. In recognition and appreciation of this service, Linda was presented with an award and thank you by Past President, Ron Zwaagstra.  Rotary's international motto..."Service Above Self" .... is what being a Rotarian denotes.  It also means maintaining high ethical standards in one's business, one's profession, and in one's personal life.  Thank you Linda and congratulation.
 
Rotarian Nathan Gildart visiting from Japan joined Rotary Club of Sackville and Area morning meeting of July 9, 2019.  He joined in discussions on fundraising, membership and existing projects.  Nathan takes the time to visit the Club each time he is in the area.  It is always interesting to get ideas from clubs in other countries.
 
Nathan was presented with Rotary Club or Sackville and Area banner by Club President, Ross Bartlett.
 

 
 
Rotary Club of Sackville and Area presented Networking with Rotary at Freemans, Sackville Drive on June 26th.  Hosted by Past President, Linda Meldrum
 
Key Note Speaker, Stella Roy, PT, CAFCI , is owner at Bedford Orthopedic Health Center and Foundation Chair with the Rotary Foundation.  Stella spoke how our business and personal networks can help leverage the ability to be successful.  She also spoke about Rotary and her passion and goal to "Light the Way" and eradicate Polio in the world. 
 
Networking opportunities were shared over pizza and a good productive time was had by all.
 
 
Sterling Stephens was the speaker at our June 11th meeting and spoke on The Toy Trot .  Through his business, Exit Realty Metro - Dartmouth, he has been sponsoring the Toy Trot for 6 years. This year's event is November 30th at DeWolfe Park in Bedford.  It benefits children who need a hand up. You can walk or run a scenic course along the Bedford waterfront.  Admission is a toy donation, which is handed over to Salvation Army for Christmas distribution. You can stay after for some camaraderie, story sharing, and hot chocolate.
 
Sterling Stephens, Exit Realty and Rotarian, Lisa Keddy
 
A good time was had by all who attended the 7820 Conference in May of this year.  There were engaged speakers and opportunities to share best practices with our fellow Rotarians.
 
Incoming Leadership Chair Louisa Horne with Beacon.  Louisa challenged us to "be flamingos" and affect positive change.  Questioned how can our District  help us; stating it could be in any avenue of service:  club planning, governance, youth, local service, international service, fundraisers, socials - what will help our club be more irresistible?  Also introduced us to Beacon, and the possibility of getting Public Image funding by taking the Ro-terrier Puppy public image challenge and build greater awareness of Rotary.
Rotarian Bill Scammell and Vice President Beverly Barker.  Rotary Club of Sackville and Area had great representation at the District Conference.  Along with Bev and Bill, it was attended by Past President, Linda Meldrum and Rotarian Pat Cathcart.
Focus Groups were held on a new approach to club visits by District Leaders and and how our District can help with what our Clubs want.  Some creative thinking ideas were on:  Strategic Planning/visioning workshop; Board structure/effectiveness workshop; Partnership connection; International Project (planning a grant application or establishing a collaborative committee with other clubs); Have the District Chair participate in an event; Membership session or presentation to a new member event; Public image training, etc.   
 
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