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Club Meeting October 23rd, 2018

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 23 October, 2018 by Victoria Pitt   President Peteropened the meeting and welcomed everyone. The hotel has moved into winter colours; tables were all done in black tablecloths with white accents. It was very smart. Pablo said grace. The program started following a tasty lunch of sweet and sour […]

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Club Meeting October 16th, 2018

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 16 October 2018 By Peter Lawrie   Our meeting was held at the beautiful Victoria Golf Course. A great turn out and lots of visitors. There was a buzz and energy in the room. Everyone was excited to see Memory from APU (Malawi Girls’ School). Announcements: 1)We need two […]

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Club Meeting October 9th, 2018

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin: 9 October, 2018 By Jim Laing       President Petercalled the small gathering of 20 members together at 12.15 pm. Lynne introduced guestsClare Wakefield and Lorri Beaulieu. For our Rotary Moment, Lynne was asked by Peter to describe why she is a Rotarian. She spoke of her eighteen […]

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Club Meeting September 25th, 2018

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 25 September, 2018 By Jack Petrie       Sun shining in from a sparkling September day in our world-famous meeting spot. How fortunate we are. Prior to a delicious Thai-themed buffet, stand-in Chair Tavopened, we sang for our country and shared an invocationmoment led by Lynnie. Steve Sharlow […]

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Club Meeting September 18th, 2018

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 18 September 2018 By Wynn Taylor   President Petercalled the meeting to order and said he looked forward to hearing about our signature projects. Michelle LeSagedelivered the invocationand later did double duty by introducing the visiting Rotarians and guests. Paul Lewis              Our Guest Speaker Brenda Davies        Paul’s Mother Nacho Perez […]

Like most Rotary Clubs, the Rotary Club of Oak Bay has a yearly change of committees that necessitates smooth and rapid transfer of information. Knowledge Management (recording and dissemination of tacit and explicit knowledge) is therefore important. As part of our knowledge management package our club members, and in particular the Committee Chairs, are encouraged to write “Preferred Practices” in various Rotary Avenues of Service. It must be emphasized that Preferred Practices merely give guidelines to committee chairs and other Rotarians, and neither the Rotary Club of Oak Bay nor the persons who have written these documents will be held liable in any event.

The documents are in PDF format; zoom to 100% for ease of reading. If you have any feedback, or queries, or concerns, please contact:

Rotarian PP Perry Bamji, Knowledge Manager, Rotary Club of Oak Bay: p.bamji@queensu.ca

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