Club Bulletins

2019-06-19

Club Meeting June 11th, 2019

ROTARY CLUB of OAK BAY Bulletin, 11 June, 2019 By Alyx Valdal    Joan Firkins chaired the meeting on behalf of President Peter Lawrie. After the National Anthem the invocation was delivered by Joan Peggs. Buffet lunch followed and then Joan P welcomed the following visitors: Rotarian, Bill Coffman is from Red Lodge Mountain Club. Additionally […]

Club Meeting June 4th, 2019

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 4 June 2019 by Adam Farquharson   President Peter opened the meeting. After the national anthem Steve Sharlow delivered the invocation. We then enjoyed a tasty buffet lunch. Don O’Coffey introduced the visitors: Visiting Rotarians were Willis Coffman, from Montana, and Bob Schelle. Chris Kershaw was a visitor to […]

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Club Meeting May 21th, 2019

Rotary Club of Oak Bay Bulletin, 21 May 2019. by Clare Wakefield   President Peter opened the meeting and thanked Joan Peggs and all the club members who were helping with the Flag Program over the May long weekend. After the National anthem and invocation, delivered by Bob Beauvais, those in attendance enjoyed the buffet. Lynnie […]

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Club Meeting May 14th, 2019

ROTARY CLUB of OAK BAY BULLETIN, 14 May, 2019 By Victoria Pitt This Tuesday was a Club Day and while meeting attendance was low, dinner was lovely (Lobster Mac’n’Cheese anyone?) Visiting Rotarians and guests. Joan Firkins introduced our visitors, Dottie and Dan Lahuta from Olympia They came to Victoria to attend the Conference and stayed […]

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Club Meeting May 7th, 2019

ROTARY CLUB of OAK BAY BULLETIN, 7 MAY, 2019 By Janette Nation Invocation: Wendy Townsend Recognition was given by President Peter to those who had worked so hard on making the Mardi Gras fundraising event, on 4 May 2019, such a success: Joan Peggs, Lorna Curtis, Neil Rawnsley and Wendy Townsend. Visiting Rotarians: Sophie Gloy […]

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

Club Administration

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Community Services

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International Services

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Youth Services

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Rotary International Foundation

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