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Rotary Club of Fonthill Meeting
June 26th, 2019

Special Guests


Mel welcomed special guests Dale Kenney, Nanci Taylor, and Eli Taylor all of whom assisted in hosting Greti this past year.


Canada Day


Thanks to Lance for his leadership with this.  We are still seeking 2 adult volunteers.


BBQ - July 10th at Mel’s house at 5:30 p.m.  




Paul S announced that we were able to donate $8,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters.  We netted $9,000 this year which is great for a first year.


Tour Du Lac


Mel made a donation to Frank and Paul A on behalf of the Rotary Club of Fonthill in the amount of $1500 to support the Tour du Lac event the weekend of July 12th.  This fundraiser will support the Rotary Tour du Lac Great Room at Wellspring. Please take the time to visit this great facility.


Special Presentation - Greti Zsikla


Our exchange student Greti had the opportunity to describe her adventures during her year in Canada.  


Greti began the year hosted by the Taylor family who immediately took her to Sault Ste Marie.  There, Greti experienced northern Ontario for the first time. She learnt to fish and paddle board.  She became really good at board games.  


Greti stayed with the Kenney’s and had the opportunity to explore the Dominican Republic which where she went waterfall jumping.  She also experienced snow tubing in Montreal. All of these firsts were exciting opportunities for her.


Greti went on the annual trip to Algonquin Park and experienced winter in the north.  While staying with Angela she experienced living without power.  


Greti’s adventures at E.L. Crossley included joining the ski club and attending Prom in a beautiful dress which host mum, Mel helped her get through the Education Foundation Network of the DSBN.   


Greti was also able to work on a quilt with the help of Jennifer Allen.  


Throughout all of her experiences, Greti developed a solid belief in the power of Rotary.  It was clear from her comments and those of her host families that Greti became a daughter to each of the families and that strong bonds of friendship were formed.  Greti will leave shortly to return home with numerous memories and experiences to reflect upon.


The Club members and host families thanked Greti for her presentation and for her enthusiasm for our work.

Rotary Club of Fonthill
Meridian Community Centre, 2nd Floor
100 Wellspring Way
Fonthill, Ontario
Meeting Weekly Wednesday 7:15 am