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Title: marsha hopmans greg glista ian mcgregor mark cashin chr


1
The Rotary Club of Mississauga The
Rotary Year 2009/10
2
  • Table of Contents
  • 2 Table of Contents
  • 3 Presidents Message
  • 4 Club Goals
  • 5 Board of Directors etc.
  • 6 Websites and Four Way
    Test
  • 7 Object of Rotary
    Avenues of Service
  • 8 Club History
  • 9 Past Club Presidents
  • 10-12 Calendar of Events
  • 13 Club Structure
  • 14 Club Committees Plans
  • 15-16 TRF/Fundraising
  • 17-19 Sergeant at Arms
  • 20-22 Service Projects
  • 23-24 Membership

3
Presidents Message
Message from President John Kenny Rotary
International The future of Rotary will not be
shaped at RI headquarters -- it will be shaped in
each and every Rotary club, because it is for
each of us -- as Rotarians -- to do what is
necessary to keep Rotary strong. But at the end
of the day, everything that we accomplish is done
through the strength of our clubs. And so each
club must have autonomy to serve where and how it
can serve best. We must also look beyond our own
home and our own community. We must look beyond
our own needs, and we must be aware that ours is
only one community, of one country, of the many
communities and countries in this world
Presidents Message I share with Past
Presidents of this club the knowledge that to be
your President is both a privilege and a
responsibility. Through our weekly lunches at
the beautiful Mississauga Golf Country Club
facility, and through our many events, we have a
unique opportunity to have an enormous amount of
fun while doing important work for our community
and the world. As you go through your days, I
encourage you to wear your Rotary pin with pride.
Use the pins symbol as an invitation to your
friends, co-workers, customers and family to
participate in Rotarys fun and good works. We
are always looking for good people,
representative of our broader community, to join
us and help make this great club thrive in the
future. David Shuter.
4
Club Goals
  • Rotary Club of Mississauga. Goals 2009 -10
  • We have some big goals as a club …. our
  • responsibility is to channel the energy those
    goals
  • represent into the reality of our day to day work
    as a
  • club. In defining our goals, we offer the
    following targets
  • as a focus for the 2009 -10 year
  • Increase membership with a net increase of 2,
    through the acquisition of new members and
    through the retention of existing members. Where
    possible, we should seek to fill openings in our
    club so that our club membership more closely
    resembles our community, with more female and
    visible minority applicants.
  • Focus on maintaining and enhancing the quality of
    our weekly meetings.
  • Enhance the fellowship opportunities as supported
    by club members.
  • Continue an open dialogue within the club with
    respect to the potential future uses of our
    Clubs Foundations investments.
  • 5. Lay out new strategies to keep our fundraising
    activities relevant and effective.

In June 2007, the Board of Directors approved the
RI Strategic Plan 2007-10, which identifies seven
priorities Eradicate polio. Advance the
internal and external recognition and public
image of Rotary.  Increase Rotarys capacity to
provide service to others.  Expand membership
globally in both numbers and quality. Emphasize
Rotarys unique vocational service commitment.
Optimize the use and development of leadership
talents within RI. Fully implement the
strategic planning process to ensure continuity
and consistency throughout the organization.
5
Board of Directors
Officers President David Shuter Vice
President Secretary Helga Noyes Treasurer C
hristoph Treptau Immediate Past
President Terry Chaffe Directors TRF
Fundraising David Pallett Sergeant at Arms
Committee Mark Cashin Service Projects Jan
Gerrard Membership Jia Li Club
Administration Tony Shuttleworth Club Image
Publicity Luis Moreno Ex Officio
(non-voting) Timothy Whitehead Ex Officio
(non-voting) Rick Fawcett Monthly Board
Meetings dates are noted in the Calendar in this
publication. All members in good standing are
welcome to attend. Please contact the Secretary
and let us know if you plan to attend.
Rotaract President Michelle Simpson Inte
ract President District 7080 Governor Bob
Palmateer Area Governor Al McLean www.rotary708
0.org Rotary International President John
Kenny www.rotary.org
6
Important Information
Club Postal Address The Rotary Club of
Mississauga PO Box 340, Station A, Mississauga,
Ont. L5A 3A1 Bulletin Editor John Barnum/Luis
Moreno/Helga Noyes Club Website (Webmaster VJ
Subramaniam) www.rotary7080.org/mississauga Distr
ict 7080 Website www.rotary7080.org Rotary
International Website www.rotary.org
7
Important Information - 2
The Object of Rotary 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
Avenues of Service Based on the Object of Rotary,
the Avenues of Service are Rotarys philosophical
cornerstone and the foundation on which club
activity is based Club Service focuses on
strengthening fellowship and ensuring the
effective functioning of the club. Vocational
Service encourages Rotarians to serve others
through their vocations and to practice high
ethical standards. Community Service covers the
projects and activities the club undertakes to
improve life in its community. International
Service encompasses actions taken to expand
Rotarys humanitarian reach around the globe and
to promote world understanding and peace.
8
Club History
The Rotary Club of Cooksville, later to become
the Rotary Club of Mississauga, was granted its
charter by Rotary International on April 23rd,
1954. The Club held its first regular meetings
in the old Cooksville United Church on Dundas
Street. As the populations of Cooksville and
Toronto Township grew, the Club changed its name
to The Rotary Club of Cooksville-Dixie, with its
meetings held in Applweood Village. Under this
name, the Club sponsored the Rotary Club of
Streetsville in 1961. In July 1960, the clubs
charter president, Archie Turner, was appointed
Governor of (what was then) District 707. Archie
was the first of five District Governors from our
Club. He was followed by Bob Watson (1973)
Duncan Lyall (1988), Bob Harriman (1989) and
Jerry Wijngaard (1999). It was in 1969 that RI
approved another name change and we became known
as The Rotary Club of Mississauga. Our record of
support to local and overseas communities is
impressive and varied. Rotarys special focus on
youth has led to the Clubs involvement in the
Youth Exchange Program, Rotary Youth Leadership
Awards (RYLA), Camp Enterprise and Adventures in
Citizenship. The Club sponsors the TL Kennedy
Interact Club, The Glen Forest Interact The
Mississauga Rotaract Club and the Mississauga
PROBUS Club. Interact This Rotary youth
program was launched by Rotary International in
1962 and the first club was established by the RC
of Melbourne Florida. Our first Interact Club
was chartered in the late 1990s. Interact clubs
provide opportunities for young people of
secondary school age to work together in a world
fellowship of service. The name derives from
international and Action. Rotaract
This youth program was created in 1968 and is
designed to promote responsible citizenship and
leadership in young persons 18-30 years of age.
The first Mississauga club was chartered in 1998.
There are some 7200 Rotaract clubs around the
world with approximately 165,000 ,members. These
Rotaract clubs emphasize the importance of
individual responsibility as the basis of
personal success and community involvement. Each
annually sponsors a project to promote high
ethical standards in business and in their
professional lives.
9
Past Presidents The Rotary Club of Mississauga
195455 Archie Turner 1981-82 Jack
Rose 1955-56 Morris Magwood 1982-83 Art
Good 1956-57 Walter Coupland 1983-84 Frank
Cosco 1957-58 Gordon Christie 1984-85 Bob
Harriman 1958-59 Dr. John Speck 1985-86 Dennis
Moss 1959-60 Kenneth Gartley 1986-87 Mal
Carey 1960-61 Tony Mendell 1987-88 Rick
Fawcett 1961-62 Glenn Grice 1988-89 John
Hatton 1962-63 Kenneth Dickson 1989-90 Moe
Lewicky 1963-64 Howard Lawrence 1990-91 Tony
Collings 1964-65 Donald Pallett 1991-92 Bill
Reid 1965-66 Bob Watson 1992-93 Ray
Berta 1966-67 Charles Bryan 1993-94 Jerry
Wijngaard 1967-68 Dr. Bob Watson 1994-95 Bernd
Dinnert 1968-69 Duncan Lyall 1995-96 Bill
Rowe 1969-70 Paul Volpe 1996-97 James
Lewis 1970-71 Jack Lyons 1997-98 Jan
Gerrard 1971-72 David Harkness 1998-99 Rob
Pollard 1972-73 Robert Gilbert 1999-00 Greg
Glista 1973-74 Ian Gray 2000-01 Merle
Zoerb 1974-75 Glenn Grice 2001-02 Lynn
Lewis 1975-76 Glenn Grossett 2002-03 Ted
Caputo 1976-77 Jim McPherson 2003-04 Timothy
Whitehead 1977-78 David Pallett 2004-05 John
Barnum 1978-79 Richard Desroches 2005-06 Tom
McPherson 1979-80 Gary Knechtel 2006-07 Murray
Groves 1980-81 Ted Glista 2007-08 Michael
Syer 2008-09 Terry Chaffe Denotes deceased
10
Calendar of Events
Day Date
Activity
July/09 Tues July 7 Regular Club
Meeting Tues July 14 Regular Club Meeting
Friday -Sunday July 17 20 RibFest Tues July
21 Regular Club Meeting Mon July 27 Board of
Directors Meeting Tues July 28 Regular Club
Meeting August Membership Extension
Month Tues Aug 4 Rotary Picnic Day Tues Aug
11 Regular Club Meeting Tues Aug 18 Paul
Harris Fellows Mon Aug 24 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Aug 25 Regular Club
Meeting September New Generations Month Tues
Sept 1 District Governors Visit Tues Sept
8 Club Assembly Tues Sept 15 Regular
Meeting Sat Sept 19 Pig Roast Mon Sept
21 Board of Directors Meeting Tues Sept
22 Golf Tournament Tues Sept 29 Regular Club
Meeting October Vocational Services
Month Tues Oct 6 Regular Club
Meeting Tues Oct 13 Regular Club
Meeting Mon Oct 19 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Oct 20 Regular Club Meeting Tues
Oct 27 Regular Club Meeting
11
Calendar of Events
Day Date
Activity
November/09 Rotary Foundation Month Tues Nov
3 Club Assembly Tues Nov 10 Regular Club
Meeting Monday Nov 16 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Nov 17 Regular Club Meeting Tues
Nov 24 Regular Club Meeting December Family
Month Tues Dec 1 Regular Club Meeting Tues Dec
8 Regular Club Meeting Fri Dec 11 Presidents
Wine Cheese Tues Dec 15 Regular Club
Meeting Mon Dec 21 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Dec 22 Christmas Meeting Tues Dec
29 No Meeting January/10 Rotary Awareness
Month Tues Jan 5 Club Assembly Tues Jan
12 Regular Club Meeting Mon Jan 18 Board of
Directors Meeting Tues Jan 19 Regular Club
Meeting Tues Jan 26 Regular Club
Meeting February World Understanding
Month Tues Feb 2 Club Assembly Tues Feb
9 Regular Club Meeting Fri Feb 12 Guess Whos
Coming to Dinner Tues Feb 16 Fellowship
Meeting Sat Feb 20 Guess Whos Coming to
Dinner Mon Feb 22 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Feb 23 Regular Club Meeting
12
Calendar of Events
Day Date
Activity
March/10 Literacy Month Tues Mar 2 Regular
Club Meeting Tues Mar 9 Regular Club
Meeting Monday Mar 15 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues Mar 16 Regular Club Meeting Tues
Mar 23 Regular Club Meeting Thurs Mar
25 Fireside Tues Mar 30 Regular Club
Meeting April Magazine Month Tues Apr
6 (Evening) Mississauga Joint Meeting Tues
April 13 Club Assembly Monday April 19 Board
of Directors Meeting Tues April 20 Regular
Club Meeting Tues April 27 Regular Club
Meeting May Saturday May 1 Club Celebration
Dinner Tues May 4 Regular Club
Meeting Wednesday - Saturday May 5 -8 Camp
Enterprise Saturday May 8 Shaw
Festival Tues May 11 Regular Club
Meeting Monday May 17 Board of Directors
Meeting Tues May 18 Camp Enterprise
Meeting Tues May 25 Regular Club
Meeting June Rotary Fellowships
Month Tues June 1 Regular Club
Meeting Saturday June 5 LobsterFest Tues June
8 Regular Club Meeting Monday June 15 Board
of Directors Meeting Tues June 21 Paul Harris
Awards Tues June 22 Regular Club
Meeting Tues June 29 Changeover Meeting.
13
Club Structure
RCM Foundation
President David Shuter
Past-President Terry Chaffe
Christoph Treptau Treasurer
Helga Noyes Vice President Secretary
Timothy Whitehead Ex Officio
Mark Cashin Director Sergeant At Arms
Rick Fawcett Ex Officio
Tony Shuttleworth Director Club Administration
Jan Gerrard Director Service Projects
Dave Pallett Director TRF Fundraising
Jai Li Director
Luis Moreno Director Club Image And Publicity
Director Membership
-Media Relations -Community Relations -Intra-club
coordination -Inter club coordination -Bulletin -W
eb Site
-The Rotary Foundation -Annual Fund
-Permanent Fund -Planned Giving -Rib
Fest -Lobster Fest
-Development -Retention Wellness -Firesides -Fel
lowship Events -Family of Rotary
-Local Community Service -World Community
Service -Youth Services -Interact -Rotaract
-Camp Enterprise -Youth Exchange -RYLA
-Adventures in Citizenship -Group Study Exchange
-Finance -Meetings Program -House Pods -District
Conference -District Assembly -Nominations -Paul
Harris Awards -Probus Liaison
14
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
The Rotary Foundation (TRF) and Club Fundraising,
David Pallett Director
Denotes Chair. Others may join
committees at the Chairs discretion
TRF David Pallett -Jack Lyons Ribfest 2009-
10 -Dennis Moss -Richard Fawcett -Bernie St.
Louis -Dick Ciupa -John Barnum -Ted Caputo -Mark
Cashin -David Searles -Tony Collings -Tom
McPherson -Peter Ward -Merle Zoerb Fundraising
Planning Committee 2009 -10 Timothy
Whitehead Bernd Dinnert Dennis Moss Tony
Collings Christoph Treptau Jan Gerrard
Lobsterfest 2009 Tony Collings -Tom
McPherson -Timothy Whitehead -Jack MacDonald -Jan
Gerrard -Mark Cashin -Dick Ciupa -R
Carruthers -Murray Groves -Peter Ward -Ian
McGregor -David Searles Festival of Lights Lynn
Lewis -Dunc Lyall -Mark Cashin -VJ
Subramaniam -John Barnum -Jan Gerrard -John
Bald -Ian McGregor -Brian Jenkins
15
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
The Rotary Foundation (TRF) and Club Fundraising,
continued. David Pallett Director
  • TRF PLANS
  • Continue to improve members awareness of TRF
    annual and permanent funds and the links between
    them, WCS projects and RI programs.
  • To encourage and increase participation in the
    Each Rotarian Every Year (EREY) campaign for
    sustaining members with a year-end goal of 80
    participation.
  • To encourage participation in planned giving
    (bequests etc) to TRF.
  • To work with the Director, Image and PR to
    promote the work of Rotary in the community at
    large.
  • CLUB FUNDRAISING PLANS
  • To oversee the activities of Club fundraising
    projects and monitor their effectiveness in terms
    of
  • The return on investment (members hours/effort)
  • The adequacy of returns in meeting Club service
    project plans.
  • and to make recommendations to the Board in
    respect thereof.
  • In association with the Treasurer, to liaise with
    the Director, Service projects on availability of
    funding, cash flows etc.
  • To keep members informed through verbal reports
    and bulletin articles.

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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
The Rotary Foundation (TRF) and Club Fundraising,
David Pallett Director Note It is expected
that all Club members will participate in
RibFest, and LobsterFest
  • CLUB FUNDRAISING PLANS CONTINUED
  • RibFest
  • Our 6th annual Rib Fest will take place in July
    2009
  • Preparations for the 7th Rib Fest will commence
    soon afterwards
  • Ongoing Corporate Sponsorships are the key to
    financial success.
  • The aim is to establish Rib Fest as a major
    annual fund-raiser that will involve
  • a large segment of the Mississauga community and
    provide a vehicle for highlighting the work of
    Rotary and its mission to show that Rotary
    Shares
  • LobsterFest
  • Our June 2010 date for Lobster Fest has been set.
  • Our Live Band will be continued and we will
    generally endeavour to build on past success and
    tradition.

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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Sergeant at Arms, Mark Cashin Director
  • Sergeant at Arms Committee
  • The function of the Sergeant-At-Arms is to help
    maintain an orderly, dignified, and effective
    Rotary club meeting one that will make a right
    kind of impression on club visitors and guests.
  • The sergeant will be on the alert to prevent any
    occurrence that might detract from the dignity
    and prestige associated with Rotary clubs.
  • Specifically, the function is to handle the
    physical preparations for, and the mechanical
    part of, a meeting and, unobtrusively, to guide
    its general conduct, including
  • Oversight of the members of the Sargeant at Arms
    Committee to
  • Introduce visiting Rotarians and Guests
  • Note birthdays and anniversaries
  • Collect Happy Bucks
  • Assess Fines.
  • Oversight of the POD system to ensure the POD
    leaders have properly allocated duties for the
    smooth running of the meeting.
  • Because of the duties performed by the Sergeant
    at arms, the club president is free to
    concentrate on conducting the meeting.

18
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Sergeant at Arms, Mark Cashin Director
Sergeant at Arms Committee Mark Cashin Jack
Lyons Pat Manna Jim McPherson Jack
McDonald Tom McPherson Greg Glista
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PODS Mark Cashin
20
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Service Projects Jan Gerrard Director
Local Community Services Jan Gerrard -Mark
Cashin -Richard Ciupa -Merle Zoerb -John
Pastor -Rick Fawcett -Luis Moreno
Direct Service Easter Seals Boat Cruise -Dennis
Moss -Terry Chaffe -Jim Lawless -George
Lambert -Marsha Hopmans -Greg Glista -Ian
McGregor -Mark Cashin -Christoph Treptau World
Community Steve Crawford -David Pallett -VJ
Subramaniam -Tom McAuliffe -Jan Gerrard -Jim
Lawless
21
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Service Projects, continued Jan Gerrard Director
Camp Enterprise Jan Gerrard -VJ
Subramaniam -Tom McAuliffe -Peter Ward -Merle
Zoerb -Marsha Hopmans -Dick Carruthers -Greg
Glista -Ian McGregor RYLA -Tom McAuliffe -Jerry
Wijngaard -VJ Subramaniam -Terry
Chaffe -Anne-Marie May Youth Exchange Bernd
Dinnert -Terry Chaffe -VJ Subramaniam -Greg
Glista -Tony Collings -Laurence McLean -Mark
Cashin
GSE - -Bernd
Dinnert -David Pallett -VJ Subramaniam -Tony
Collings -Timothy Whitehead Rotaract Mark
Cashin -VJ Subramaniam Interact Mark
Cashin -David Shuter Scholarship Dunc
Lyall -Jan Gerrard -David Pallett -Terry Chaffe
22
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Service Projects, continued Jan Gerrard, Director
  • PLANS
  • To direct our financial support based on an
    agreed set of criteria, enabling us to focus on
    giving where it can be optimized.
  • To raise the profile of our work
  • Through publicity (with the Image and PR
    Director)
  • By inviting recipients to attend a Club meeting
    to officially receive donations and to invite
    media representation at such.
  • We will continue to maintain our status as a
    sustaining club of TRF by contributing the
    equivalent of US 100 for each member of record
    as of July1st.
  • Our WCS projects will generally align with
    District 7080 approved projects and we will
    always seek to use the multiplier effects of
    District Designated Funds (DDS) and matching
    grants.
  • Among the criteria for selection will be
    consideration of the degree to which a project
    will be environmentally friendly.
  • We will seek to expand Interact Clubs into other
    schools (beginning with those who participate in
    our Scholarships Program), and in cooperation
    with other Rotary Clubs.
  • Wherever appropriate, we will endeavour to work
    in concert with other Mississauga clubs both to
    coordinate and optimize our activities and the
    benefits from them.
  • To promote a greater degree of direct (hands-on)
    projects as opportunities arise and resources
    allow.

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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Membership Jai Li, Director
Recruitment Jai Li -John Barnum -Mark
Cashin Retention John Barnum -Tom
McAuliffe -Terry Chaffe -Timothy
Whitehead Wellness Doris Stubbington Firesides
Jack MacDonald -Bernd Dinnert -Merle Zoerb
Fellowship Events Pot Luck Supper Mark
Jeffreys -Mark Cashin Pig Roast Mark
Cashin -Terry Chaffe -Bernie St. Louis -Tom
McAuliffe Christmas Party Helga Noyes Merle
Zoerb Presidents Dinner Helga Noyes Timothy
Whitehead Shaw Festival Jan Gerrard
Fellowship Events Golf Willie Cahill -David
Pallett -Michael Feltham -George Lambert -David
Searles -Christoph Treptau -Anne-Marie
May Picnic Helga Noyes -David Searles Guess
Whos Coming Ted Caputo -Jack MacDonald -VJ
Subramaniam -David Searles
24
The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Membership, continued Jai Li, Director
  • The Director of Membership is responsible for
    matters relating to members personally,
  • their growth and development and the provision of
    fellowship opportunities between members and
    their families.
  • PLANS
  • To continue focus on the growth of the Club
    membership with emphasis on attracting members so
    our club better represents the balance of
    backgrounds in our community.
  • We will look for members referrals through
    encouragement at Club meetings, guest luncheon
    tickets and Rotary business cards. Also through
    publicity at our fundraising events.
  • Review our classifications and seek to recruit in
    vacant areas by specific appeal to existing
    members and perhaps through Mississauga business
    associations.
  • Monitor mentorship program to improve our
    retention performance.
  • We will organize firesides as needed to provide
    information and for connectivity with new
    members.
  • We will maintain the TLC program contacting
    absent members, providing baskets for ill
    members / spouses and keep the Board
    appropriately informed.
  • We plan to work in conjunction with the Director
    of Image and PR on advertisement and PSA
    opportunities.
  • We will seek candidates and provide encouragement
    to develop suitable members beyond the Club-level
    of Rotary.

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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Club Administration Tony Shuttleworth, Director
Weekly Program Pat Manna -John Barnum Paul
Harris Awards Merle Zoerb -Mark Cashin -Richard
Ciupa -Timothy Whitehead -Jan Gerrard -Dick
Ciupa -Dick Carruthers -Helga Noyes -David
Searles -Doris Stubbington -Tom McPherson -Jim
Lawless Nominatons Terry Chaffe
District Governors Visit Bernd
Dinnert District 7080 Conference Bernd
Dinnert -Terry Chaffe -VJ Subramaniam District
Assembly Timothy Whitehead -Terry Chaffe -Merle
Zoerb Probus Liaison Jack Lyons -Tom
McAuliffe -Dick Carruthers Personal
Security Dennis Moss -Bernd Dinnert
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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Club Administration, continued Tony Shuttleworth,
Director
  • Club Administration is at the very heart of an
    effective club. All else depends on efficiency
    and effectiveness in this support area.
  • PLANS
  • Finance
  • We plan to prepare spending budgets based on the
    previous years fundraising results thereby
    raising money before planning to spend it.
  • Meeting Program
  • Includes planning for the introduction of high
    profile speakers at specific meetings which
    would be designed to attract media attention and
    such meetings would included the official
    handover of (local) Community Service Donations.
  • Meeting Management
  • Last years POD system realignment will be
    continued, with Director Mark Cashin acting as
    the official Sergeant at Arms with a committee of
    supporters scheduled for this duty throughout the
    year.
  • District Conference
  • All Club members will be encouraged to take this
    great opportunity to learn about Rotary, make
    new acquaintances and renew old friendships.
  • District Assembly
  • Incoming Board Members, and newer members in
    particular will be encouraged to attend this
    meeting … the climax of the annual Divisional
    Training program.
  • Paul Harris Awards
  • These service awards are made on the basis of
    merit and the availability of sufficient RI
    credits (One per US 1,000). They are made both
    to our own Club Members, and to the community at
    large who deserve special recognition.

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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Club Image/Publicity Luis Moreno Director
Media Community Relations -Mark Jeffreys -Jim
Lawless Bulletin John Barnum -Luis
Moreno Website VJ Subramaniam -John Barnham
The Rotary Club of Mississauga Foundation
RCM Foundation Murray Groves -Terry Chaffe -Jan
Gerrard -David Pallett -Rick Fawcett -Steve
Crawford -Jack MacDonald -Dennis Moss -Arnold
Santos -Helga Noyes
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The Rotary Club of Mississauga 2009/10 Committees
Club Image/Publicity, continued Luis Moreno,
Director
  • PLANS
  • To make every effort to improve the profile and
    understanding of Rotary in
  • our community by
  • Building relationships with media
    representatives.
  • Submitting Rotary stories for possible
    publication/telecasting
  • Inviting media representatives to attend specific
    high profile Club meetings where Community
    Service donations are made to be presented and/or
    community (Paul Harris) awards made.
  • Seeking to use PSA and Community News spots to
    publicize the work of Rotary in the community and
    around the world.
  • OPERATIONS
  • The Director will liaise with and assist the
    publicity requirements for all
  • fundraising activities and to work with the
    Directors of Membership,
  • Service Projects and TRF as required to optimize
    our reach and
  • effectiveness in telling the story.
  • The Director will work to maintain the
    effectiveness of the following
  • Internal Communications CLUB BULLETIN

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Club Budget 2009/10
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The Rotary Club of Mississauga Personal Security
Code of Good Practice
Policy Statement It is the responsibility of
every Rotarian to safeguard to the best of their
ability , the welfare of every person with whom
they come into contact during their activities as
a Rotarian. Special attention is to be given to
children, the elderly, disabled and other
vulnerable persons this includes the prevention
of physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Our
legal and moral obligations All Rotarians are
responsible for protecting the safety and
security of everyone we encounter in the
provision of service to our community. We have a
special obligation to those individuals with a
greater vulnerability due to age, physical or
mental limitations. Rotarians are obliged to
avoid doing anything that is likely to result in
harm to others, and to take reasonable
precautions to avoid placing others in a position
where harm could be done including physical and
emotional harm. Rotarians have an obligation to
intervene if they are aware of information, or
are in a position where they could reasonably be
expected to have information, about abuse or
anyone, through that persons involvement in any
Rotary activity or event. Guidelines This
policy shall apply to both projects and ongoing
Club activity. In the case of projects, the
project chairperson shall have overall
responsibility for ensuring that the policy is
observed in the planning and execution thereof.
Plan activities so as to minimize situations
where abuse may occur. Remember that records
checks from local police departments may not be
fully effective. They generally report
convictions for criminal offences and may not
include charges that did not result in a
conviction or may include ancient, unproven or
flippant allegations. Neither do they
necessarily disclose personal behaviours that may
put children and/or others at risk. Ensure that
everyone involved in an event or activity is
aware of the Clubs policy this includes all
Rotarians, Rotarians partners, Roteractors and
Interactors, all volunteers and any paid
staff. Two past presidents of the Club
(Moss/Dinnert) are designated jointly as the
Clubs Personal Security Officers. They will
have overall responsibility for this policy, its
review, updated, and for raising awareness. They
will have the responsibility for dealing with
allegations or disclosure and it is to these
officers that members should report their
concerns or address their questions. Section 8
of the District 7080 Code of Good Practice
contains guidelines on how to deal with the
disclosure or discovery of abuse. The document
also includes the District 7080 Abuse Protocol.
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