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THE PARKWOOD JOURNAL

 

 

OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF OSHAWA-PARKWOOD

Mailing Address: 96 KING ST. E., OSHAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA L1H 1B6

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO:

ROTARY – People of Action

Rotary is where neighbours, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change.

We're made up of local business, professional, and civic leaders. 

We meet regularly, get to know each other, form friendships and through that, we're able to get things done in our community. 

It's up to YOU.............Join leaders in our community

Be sure to share this with all of your friends and associates and ask them to get in touch with our Club President Sue MacKinnon at 905-391-1501 or our Club Past President Lennis Trotter at 905-985-0963.

You are invited to our next Rotary meeting. You may wish to become a Rotarian. Dinner is on us. Isn't it time to give back to your community?.

 

2020-21 ROTARY THEME: “ROTARY OPENS OPPORTUNITIES”

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT:  Holger Knaack – Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Mölln, Germany

R.I. DISTRICT 7070 GOVERNOR:         Mark Chipman - Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise in Whitby, Ontario, Canada

ASSISTANT DISTRICT 7070 GOVERNOR: John Burns – Rotary Club of Bowmanville in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada

 

THE OBJECT OF ROTARY

is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

FIRST The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;

SECOND High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful

occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;

THIRD The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life;

FOURTH The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of

business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.

 

Rotary Code of Conduct provides a framework for ethical behaviour that all Rotarians can use, together with The Four-Way Test, in their business and professional activities.

ROTARY CODE OF CONDUCT

As a Rotarian, I will

  1. Exemplify the core value of integrity in all behaviours and activities

  2. Use my vocational experience and talents to serve in Rotary

  3. Conduct all of my personal, business, and professional affairs ethically, encouraging and fostering high ethical standards as an example to others

  4. Be fair in all dealings with others and treat them with the respect due to them as fellow human beings

  5. Promote recognition and respect for all occupations which are useful to society

  6. Offer my vocational talents: to provide opportunities for young people, to work for the relief of the special needs of others, and to improve the quality of life in my community

  7. Honour the trust that Rotary and fellow Rotarians provide and not do anything that will bring disfavour or reflect adversely on Rotary or fellow Rotarians

  8. Not seek from a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship

 

THE ROTARY FOUR-WAY TEST

of things we think, say and do:

  1. Is it the truth

  2. Is it fair to all concerned?

  3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

 

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MINUTES OF ZOOM MEETING:  Tuesday, December 8, 2020

                              Editor:  Hilda Finnigan

 

BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES  

Dec 13 – Happy Anniversary to Bob and Rhonda Stewart

On the Zoom Call Tonight:

Pres Sue MacKinnon, Kris Sachdeva, Janice Coupland, Lennis & Esther Trotter, David Andrews,  Al and Hilda Finnigan, Ted & Sharron Morrison,  Bill Creamer, Robbie &Terri Lynn  Larocque,  Ana Rejab, Tim Dwyre, Larry Hurren, Bob & Patti Koski, Robert & Caroline Kipling, Eric Guernsey, Colin Carrie, Linda Biddle, Bob Elliott.

Guests :   A warm welcome and hello to Rhonda Gorham from the Oshawa Rotary Club

THANK YOU FOR ZOOM : To our very own Oshawa-Parkwood Rotarian Eric Guernsey for arranging the Zoom Meeting sharing with Heather McMillan, Executive Director of the Durham Workforce Authority, The Durham Workforce Authority is the acknowledged provider of local workforce information and champion of workforce development initiatives unique to Durham Region. Their Mission is to produce and offer comprehensive Labour Market Information to our stakeholders, to facilitate workforce solutions by engaging community partners and employers and to encourage development and maintenance of a sustainable and dynamic workforce. It was so nice to be able to have a whole hour for our Zoom meeting. We thank you both.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

A POEM FROM PRESIDENT SUE:

Sue started off the meeting with a poem about “ My Dad would like to be Santa”

 

HELPING A FAMILY AT CHRISTMAS:

President Sue talked about the family at Christmas that need our help. A mother with 8 kids (some of whom she took into her home, from her sister), and some who are clients at Grandview Children’s Centre. Grandview approached Sue and Sue called the mother. A very needy family, especially at his time of year. President Sue is asking for our help: monetary, and/or pj’s (ladies’ small and girls 8, 12 and 14), and toys. Thank you. Bill will take e-transfers anytime for this family at parkwoodrotaryacct@gmail.com  (use the password oshawa).  Thank you to everyone who have already donated.  Please contact Sue as soon as possible and tell her what you will get.

OUR REGULAR WEEKLY MEETINGS WILL NOT BE AT THE OSHAWA GOLF CLUB UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. We will let you know when that may happen. As it stands right now, the Oshawa Golf Club is not hosting any outside organizations (such as ourselves) at the present time.

DUES ARE DUE: You have all received an invoice from our Treasurer, Bill Creamer, for the 2020-21 Rotary Dues. There are still a few members who have not paid. You can send him a cheque or you can pay Bill by e-transfer. The address of the e-transfer is  parkwoodrotaryacct@gmail.com and make sure the answer to the question is Oshawa.

MEALS ON WHEELS:  – Volunteers Are Still Required - We need help, members. Bill and Sue have been the only ones helping so far. Thank you to those who have volunteered. Please contact Bill or Sue if you can help. This is a commitment we have as a Rotary Club to ensure the success of this very important community service. Monday is our day to volunteer.

BULLETIN EDITORS REQUIRED: Volunteers Are Still Required  -We need help, members. Past President Hilda Finnigan is asking everyone in the club to volunteer for a month and write the Club Bulletin. We still need editors for the rest of December 2020 through June 2021.   Please let Hilda Finnigan know as soon as you can.

MEMBERSHIP RELATED ZOOM SESSIONS OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS OF OUR ROTARY CLUB -  includes a New Members Get-togethers, and a Grow Rotary Workshops for all Rotarians and Rotaractors (register for the following workshops online at rotary7070.org.) :

NEW MEMBERS’ GET TOGETHER – 1 hour on a weekday evening – currently all slated on Zoom – what an excellent opportunity for any member, new or old, to learn more about Rotary. Everyone is welcome.

 

GROW ROTARY WORKSHOPS – Approximately 90 minutes on a Saturday morning - currently all slated on Zoom – interact with Rotarians from all over the District. Get ideas and offer ideas how we can grow our club membership. Here is a link to the recorded  Oct 3  Zoom Grow Rotary Workshop. https://youtu.be/M8m5B0kJes4

Many excellent ideas to grow Rotary in this session. Are you interested in your club’s path to Grow Rotary ?  Having a strong vibrant Rotary Club involves Membership - looking after our members - new, seasoned and potential, Public Image – reaching out to our communities showing them what we do and showing the power of what we can do – our Foundation.  Hear from some D7070 Clubs that are successfully Growing Rotary in the current situation.  We encourage at least 3 members from a club to attend so you can share the discussion and work on plans integrating Membership, Public Image and Foundation in your growth strategy.

 

District 7070 Rotary Foundation Committee Members Still Wanted!!! – Bob Wallace is still looking for new members for the District Foundation Committee to help spend our Rotary District 7070’s money (grant money that is). See the District website www.rotary7070.org (centre column) for more details.  Isn’t it time that you volunteered beyond your own Rotary Club?

Interested in becoming an Assistant Governor? ...or know someone who may be interested in this role?  We are in the process of seeking several enthusiastic, qualified Rotarians to take on the important role of AG next year.   Check out the attached document outlining the AG mandate and qualifications required – still time to send in your application and can be emailed to DG Mark Chipman.  Rotary offers "endless opportunities" and this may be one of them for you!

Check out both Leadership Opportunities here: https://rotary7070.org/sitepage/current-leadership-opportunities

 

Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup- Plan is for all clubs in District to participate!. Plans are underway to team up with all Clubs/Districts within the Great Lakes watershed on April 24, 2021 to clean up the shores of our waterways.  Save the date! Also we encourage you to join the FB Group by clicking here.

 

BINGO AT THE RED BARN RETURNS: NEXT ONE: To Be Announced

Our next BINGO is To Be Announced - Doors open at 5:45 PM.  - We Need to be there by 5 PM. Note: Only 4 volunteers at the Bingos at the present time: ONE Banker. TWO front desk Sales People and ONE U Pick Em Sales Person. Please see Hilda or Sandy as soon as possible if you can be on a team. We need your support. Bingo Volunteers Are Still Required Ongoing basis – New Teams Are Being Set Up  - We need help, members.  Please let Sandy know if YOU are available for future Bingos. Things are different under COVID-19. With only 2 bingo sessions a day, we may only get one bingo per month. Stay tuned.  PLEASE NOTE: Doors will be opened at 11:30 am for our 12:30 pm session and 5:45 pm for the 6:45 pm session.

 

KIDS SAFETY VILLAGE – UPDATE  - It was decided not to have Christmas at The Village this year due to the COVID-19 restrictions and our concern for the safety of the kids and their parents. It was also decided to allow the Durham Region Police Service use the Village as a drop off point for all of the citizens of Durham Region to drop off food and toys for the annual Durham Regional Police Service Food and Toy Drive. Christmas food and toy collection (donations of  non-perishable foods and new unwrapped toys for those in need in Durham Region, cash and gift cards so food and toys can be purchased, all gratefully accepted) and will be distributed to Durham agencies such as Simcoe Hall Settlement House and Salvation Army. Biggest need: teen gifts for both boys and girls, toiletries. Donations can also be dropped off at any DRPS Division and Headquarters in Whitby or any Fire Station in Ajax, Clarington, Oshawa, and Whitby, and this year, at the Kids Safety Village. Here is a link from Oshawa express to get more details : http://oshawaexpress.ca/drps-kicks-off-annual-food-and-toy-drive/ 

 

Rotary Leadership Institute  - On Zoom for 2020-21 - Register Today for the January 2021 Part II and the February 2021 Part III

The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) has a mission to strengthen Rotary clubs through quality leadership education. As Rotarians, you are already a leader in your community and in your profession. The purpose of RLI is to give you the skills and competencies to be an effective leader in Rotary. Rotarians new to Rotary and even those with many years of service will benefit from learning how we can create strong clubs with vibrant members who are engaged and committed to Service Above Self.  Now more than ever, the world needs Rotarians to create a more peaceful and equitable world for all.

Part II: Wednesday, January 13, Wednesday, January 20, Wednesday, January 27 (REGISTER TODAY). Part II is open to any Rotarian or Rotaractor who has completed Part I 

Part III: Wednesday, February 10, Wednesday, February 17, Wednesday, February 24 (REGISTER TODAY). Part III is open to any Rotarian or Rotaractor who has completed Part II 

TIME:  6:00 pm to 7:30 pm via Zoom videoconference. FEE:  $50 donation to the Rotary Foundation is being requested for each Rotarian

REGISTER TODAY : Classes will be 15+ in size.

FOR PART II: https://rotary7070.org/event/district-7070-rli-part-2-jan--13th--20th--27th-2021 and

FOR PART III: https://rotary7070.org/event/district-7070-rli-part-3-feb--10th--17th--and-24th--2021/

For more information, please contact Susan Hunter at susan.hunter@rotarytoronto.com

 

DECEMBER 20 – CONCERT FOR FEED THE NEED DURHAM:  JOE SOLWAY – ROTARY CLUB OF BOWMANVILLE:

Joe Solway, Chair of the Concert, thanked our Rotary Club for our donation and invited everyone to tune in to Facebook Live on Dec 20 from 1 pm to 5 pm for the 3rd annual Concert for Feed The Need Durham. Over 30 performers (4 of which are Juno award winners): Cale Crowe, Jack De Keyzer, Kalista Wilson, Kris Barclay, Leah Daniels, Meghan Patrick, Noel Sinclair, just to name a few. The need this year for food is more acute than ever. Donations will be appreciated on the live telecast. Drop in for a while and see the entertainers. See some of the details on their website: https://feedtheneedindurham.ca/feed_the_need_durham_holiday_concert_2020/

Be sure to register to get the live feed: https://feedtheneedindurham.ca/feed_the_need_durham_holiday_concert_2020/#register

 

WHO DOES THE CONCERT BENEFIT? Food insecurity across the country is at the highest level in decades due to  COVID-19. This musical showcase is in support of Feed The Need in Durham's response to food insecurity in the community.

 

SHARON’S KIDS BREAKFAST ANNUAL CHARITY BREAKFAST LIVES ON – DECEMBER 5:

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.  Thank you to Ted & Sharron Morrison and to Al and Hilda Finnigan and to Keith and Velma Ratchford for helping Jodi Hewett, make this a memorable event . And thank you to our Club members to make a donation during the holiday season. Dononrs brought unwrapped gifts and cash to the  ‘Drive-Thru Breakfast’   , compliments of The Crooked Uncle, 1180 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa . Check out:  www.thecrookeduncle.com. Gifts: Thank you to our Rotary Club too. Jan said that our club will be donating $500 to Sharron’s Kids. Over $8,000 raised at the breakfast.  All proceeds to "Sharon's Kids" Supporting the Durham Children’s Aid Foundation Holiday Hope Program. Here is a Facebook Link to the Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/the-crooked-uncle/sharons-kids-annual-kids-charity-breakfast/778035413046293/


 
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FUNDRAISING:

FUNDRAISER # 1:  2020 CAKES AND HAMS:

Ted Morrison, is our Chair, again this year, for what may be our big fundraiser this year. We need funds to help those in our communities who need it the most. Timing is crucial.

Deadline for ordering was NOVEMBER 15. Note : we are sold out. Thank you everyone. And our profit is $2,565 for our community projects. Thank you for getting your money in to Bill Creamer . You can send in your money to Bill by e-transfer.

 

FUNDRAISER # 2:  CHRISTMAS TREE SALES AT OSHAWA CENTRE – BACK ON:

We thank the Oshawa Centre, Oshawa Rotary Past President and Chair of the event, Emmy Iheme, and President Sue for all of their planning and kind invitation to join them.. THE SALE IS BACK ON AT THE OSHWA CENTRE. 25 trees left as of Dec 7, at 8 pm. The Oshawa Centre will allow us to set up in the northwest parking lot near the old Sears store. We have been asked by the Rotary Club of Oshawa to re-join them in selling Christmas trees , outside, every day from Dec 2 to 24, (or until we sell out) with the shifts Monday thru Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm and on Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Our goal: Sell 125 trees, with profits of $3,000 split between our two clubs. Trees will come wrapped from Prestonvale Tree farm (same supplier that RC Bowmanville uses) – different kinds of trees at different selling prices.  We will need everyone in our club to help. And we can use and need students too who would like to volunteer and receive their community hours. President Sue will be calling you to ask you to volunteer and she has sent to all of us the updated volunteer time and date list. (all outside). Thank you all. Lots of fun and friendship between our clubs.  We need a generator for the lights. Help. And we need volunteers to help sell. Shifts are as follows: Dec 2 to 24 Monday thru Saturday (11 am to 2 pm: 2 pm to 4:30 pm and 4:30 pm to 7 pm: And on Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm; 1 pm to 3:30 pm and 3:30 pm to 6 pm) .  Very popular community service  - we have families that don’t have enough money for a tree this year. You may donate a tree to them we will deliver.  Only 22 left for sale as of Dec 8 at 8 pm.

 

FUNDRAISER # 3:  DINNER ORDER & PICKUP FROM BISTRO 238:

President Sue and her committee are looking at having a VIRTUAL DINNER with Bistro 238 in the near future (likely in the new year).  It may even be on an ongoing basis, every two weeks. This will be pick up and / or delivery. We will need volunteer drivers for one evening, every two weeks. Please let President Sue know as soon as you can. Lots to planning taking place for this new fundraiser. We need your help. Be sure to check out the Bistro 238 website for a sample of their offerings: https://www.bistro238.com/.

 

ROTARY CLUB FUN NIGHT # 2 ON ZOOM -  DECEMBER 15 AT 7 PM - GAMES NIGHT AT OSHAWA-PARKWOOD:

Ana Rejab is setting up for us a games night. Here’s Ana to tell us how it will work:

Hello fellow Rotarians and spouses ! Do you remember playing the "Alphabet Game" on long road trips? Do you remember playing "Guess Who?" So many of you have worked so hard because Rotarians are do-ers! Shall we have a night to have fun over zoom while also contributing a small amount to our chapter? $5 per person to join in the game:  (please e-transfer $5 per person to treasurer Bill by DEC 12 at the latest.) winner takes 3/5 of the pot. You can send in your money to Bill by e-transfer. The address of the e-transfer is  parkwoodrotaryacct@gmail.com and make sure the answer to the question is oshawa. Let's start the night with "Guess Who?" Ana will assign a famous person to each person joining via direct email. On that night, we will take turns to be in the spotlight. Each participant can ask one question to the one in the hot seat. The one in the spotlight will only answer "Yes" or "No". After all of us have had our turn in the spotlight, we write down our answers and reveal at the same time. The top 5 will proceed to the next level - the "Alphabet Game". Highest scorer(s) will go first.  I will name the latter and category. Each contestant will name something in that category that starts with the said letter, 10 seconds per contestant. We will carry on until all but one is eliminated. Spouses are certainly invited. If you want them to be part of the game, then they will have to put $5 into the pot too.

CHRISTMAS REMEMBRANCES:

Hilda Finnigan has delivered to 12 friends of Rotary this year, our annual good cheer at Christmas time with poinsettias. Thank you to everyone who volunteered to help with this act of kindness.

 

GUEST SPEAKER:

So nice to see so many friends on the call tonight.   2 great games tonight. The Naughty List – Winner – Kris Sachdeva. The Christmas Quiz – Winners -  First Place to Patti Koski and second place to Robbie Larocque.  Fantastic gift baskets as prizes. Thank you to Sue and Jan for all of your hard work.

 

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES:

Patti Koski – Bob’s visit to Patti at Christmas in Winnipeg, Bob had to sleep in a very cold bedroom with no heat. Brrr.

Dave  -  Reminisced about our first community service project – putting up Christmas lights on the three big trees at Parkwood. A very cold project.

Bob Koski – remembers another Rotary project – selling Christmas trees at Larry Dupuis; Flea market out in the cold and snow . The snow was coming off the roof. Bob was covered the whole afternoon.

Kris – Remembers a Christmas eve party in the UK when he was a bachelor. The party ended well into the night and the fog was so bad, they went the wrong way on the highway .  Got to back to the hospital Christmas morning.

Jan – remembers her time at the TV station in Peterborough and the donations they got for needy families and helping deliver them to this families. Such a warm feeling at Christmas.

NOTE: Our very own Rotary Club member, Dr. Colin Carrie will be speaking in Parliament tomorrow, talking about the Rotary Clubs in Oshawa and all that we do at this time of year. Watch on CPAC about 2 PM.

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS:

DECEMBER  8 - – Regular Weekly Zoom Meeting – 7 PM to 8:00 PM (maybe longer if we don’t get cut off) . Join Zoom Meeting  https://zoom.us/j/99926166884   Meeting ID: 999 2616 6884 Pass Code: 2020

 . Dial by your location  +1 647 558 0588.  Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abpb4qHfvS   -  FUN NIGHT #1 - Rotary Club Virtual Christmas Party, Spouses invited. Dress up ! It’s Christmas – some fun, Christmas Carol singing and some surprise friends to see too. From the Fun & Fellowship Committee get your $5.00 to Bill Creamer as soon as possible. By Dec 12 at the latest. You can send in your money to Bill by e-transfer. The address of the e-transfer is  parkwoodrotaryacct@gmail.com and make sure the answer to the question is oshawa.

 

DECEMBER  15 - – Regular Weekly Zoom Meeting – 7 PM to 8:00 PM (maybe longer if we don’t get cut off) . Join Zoom Meeting  https://zoom.us/j/99926166884   Meeting ID: 999 2616 6884 Pass Code: 2020

 . Dial by your location  +1 647 558 0588.  Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abpb4qHfvS - FUN NIGHT # 2 - Ana Rejab has a game for us to Play. Get your Wine Ready and a few dollars out. Lets Play. Spouses are invited. Hello fellow Rotarians! Do you remember playing the "Alphabet Game" on long road trips? Do you remember playing "Guess Who?" So many of you have worked so hard because Rotarians are do-ers! Shall we have a night to have fun over zoom while also contributing a small amount to our chapter? $5 to join, (you can e-transfer that to treasurer Bill BEFORE DEC 12.) winner takes 3/5 of the pot.

Let's start the night with "Guess Who?". I will assign a famous person to each person joining via direct email. On that night, we will take turns to be in the spotlight. Each participant can ask one question to the one in the hot seat. The one in the spotlight will only answer "Yes" or "No". After all of us have had our turn in the spotlight, we write down our answers and reveal at the same time.

The top 5 will proceed to the next level - the "Alphabet Game". Highest scorer(s) will go first.  I will name the latter and category. Each contestant will name something in that category that starts with the said letter, 10 seconds per contestant. We will carry on until all but one is eliminated.

Spouses are certainly invited. If you want them to be part of the game, then they will have to put $5 into the pot too.

 

NEXTSCHEDULED  MEETINGS:

Topic: Rotary Club of Oshawa-Parkwood Weekly Meetings on ZOOM, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Time: 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


        Tuesdays,        
                 

         Dec 15,  2020   07:00 PM

         Jan   5,   2021   07:00 PM

         Jan  12,  2021   07:00 PM

         Jan  19,  2021   07:00 PM

         Jan  26,  2021   07:00 PM

 

Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/99926166884 
Meeting ID: 999 2616 6884

Pass Code: 2020
Dial by your location        
        +1 647 558 0588 Canada       
Meeting ID: 999 2616 6884


Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abpb4qHfvS

 

IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT, MAKE UP: Go online at www.rotary.org go to the club locator and find a club or clubs near your destination. Or you can add the free App Rotary Club Locator to your phone for instant look up of any club in the world. Please mail or fax your make-ups to Secretary Robbie Larocque, or give your make-up card to the attendance/registration officer at the next club meeting.


 
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