Winner: Pat Dyck drew the 7 of hearts and won two tubes of tooth paste, compliments of Dr. Larry Hurren.


  • Robert Kipling was happy as Winnipeg was the better team.
  • Bob Koski happy as he is going to Brooklin High School on Wednesday to see his #1 granddaughter receive her honour certificate.

  • Hilda was happy to see such a jolly group tonight.

  • Colleen is happy as she knows everyone and no longer feels shy.

  • Mike is happy that we were all with him on date night.

  • Linda sad to see the pictures on FB of the disaster in Paradise, California.

  • Larry Hurren reminded the group of a baseball team in 1984, where Oshawa Parkwood Rotary assisted a Bowmanville Rotary Club baseball team win a game.

  • Bob Koski – remembered the game and Bowmanville being a good team.

  • Sonya – brother had an accident as a result of a lady running a red light.  He is much better and his leg is on the mend.  Daughter is on the mend as well.

  • Dave – Dave and Linda laid a wreath on Sunday.  They said right after the dignitaries!  There was the Convoy To Remembrance 2018 -  45 vehicles from the RCAC Military Museum; something to see! Photo Album on our Rotary Club's Facebook Page



Name of Speaker:  Chenai Simbisai Kadungure

Introducer: Ted Morrison

Chenai Kadungure -a Rotary Peace Scholar, from Zimbabwe, has been involved in non-profit work since she was a teenager. In high school she was an Interact member. Interact taught her the value in “Service Above Self” and this attraction to serving the world has never left her. Chenai earned her undergraduate and master’s degree in Cape Town, where her experience of xenophobia inspired her to become a part of the solution to global conflict. She has experience in research and customer relations and has strong interpersonal skills. She has fundraised for philanthropic initiatives, and assisted NGOs, such as Open Door Education, Cycle For Understanding and The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). As a dedicated soldier for peace; Chenai volunteers for The Red Frogs, has been involved in various church leadership activities, serves on the Board of Directors of Mwala, a charity organization and she mentors in her spare time. She most recently worked for a non-profit called The Hope Factory, an Enterprise Development company owned by The South African institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) which grows people, to develop businesses and impact communities. She is committed to being “a gift to the world” and the Fellowship to study at UNC-Chapel Hill, is just the beginning for her.

Chenai holds a B.A. degree in Media, Sociology and Gender Studies and an M.Phil. in Diversity Studies from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. She is currently conducting her M.A. studies in Global Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill, where she aims to obtain the necessary skills to succeed in the international development space.

Speaker’s Remarks:

Chenai is a Rotary Foundation Peace Fellow – a fully funded Masters Degree in Leadership Development.

Was an interact as a youth and her family is very giving of their time to service as well.

Each year, Rotary selects up to 100 professionals from around the world to receive fellowships to study at one of our peace centers.Through academic training, practice, and global networking opportunities, the Rotary Peace Centers program develops leaders who become catalysts for peace and conflict prevention and resolution. These fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and all internship and field-study expenses. In just over a decade, the Rotary Peace Centers have trained more than 1,000 fellows for careers in peacebuilding. Many of them are serving as leaders at international organizations or have started their own foundations.

Check out the Rotary Peace Map to see where our alumni are creating positive change.Each year, the Rotary Foundation awards up to 50 fellowships for master’s degrees and 50 for certificate studies at premier universities around the world.

  • Master’s degree programs: Last 15 to 24 months and require a practical internship of two to three months during the academic break.

  • Professional development certificate program: For experienced professionals and lasts three months with two to three weeks of field study.

For more info, check out the Rotary Peace Fellow  brochure

Thanked By:  Stanley Igboanugo


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