Jim Steele was happy and wanted to congratulate Michele
Grezbien on the wonderful donor appreciation night
organized by the CKHA.
Hunter was happy to have attended the Dresden Club wine
tasting event and was able to donate $150 to the Club
through his Stargazers restaurant.
Geoff Wright was happy to announce that the Mayor’s
Annual Golf tournament had raised $36,000 for the
Mayor’s Youth Committee.
Lance Babcock was happy to have attended a fund raising
dinner in Pain Court where money was raised to send
students to Viet Nam next March.
Sheila Bateman was happy to donate her 50/50 winnings to
the happy buck fund. (Good for you Sheila)
President Michele announced that the Library had notified us
that several of our Literary Angel contribution books had been
taken out and were overdue.
If you have one of these books, please return it.
Baker announced that November is Foundation month. She reminded
the Club of the programs supported by the Foundation. Audrey
Chevalier outlined her upcoming trip to India where the
Foundation continues its program to eradicate polio. She
mentioned that there still are places for those who would like
to attend. Jean reminded the group of the Foundation Gala, which
is taking place in Novi, Mich. in November.
Babcock talked about the Quiz Night at the Kent Club. The cost
is $10 per person and guests are invited. He passed around a
sign up sheet for those that were planning to come.
also talked about the Pot Luck supper that was tentatively
planned for Dec. They are looking for a place to hold the event.
Grezbien read a letter to the editor from Shirley Harwood that
was published in the CDN thanking the Club and in particular
Roger McRae for the recent Bloomfield/401 Interchange clean-up.