RCAA Directory, RCAA Annual Report, and Tax Letters

The final touches are being put on the Directory, Annual Report, and tax letters.  If you have moved, have a new email or phone number, I would ask that you sign in to ClubRunner by clicking here https://portal.clubrunner.ca/1404   and checking that your data is up-to-date. If you have not signed in to ClubRunner yet, […]

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Newsletter Renaming Contest

Our weekly newsletter, the Harpoon, dates back to our club’s beginnings in 1916. Though it has evolved over the years, from being   a single type-written page, mailed to each member’s home (click here to read more history on the Harpoon), to its current email version appearing in every member’s inbox each week, the newsletter’s important […]

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History Insight: The Harpoon

Created and named in 1916 by the Club’s first secretary, Charles A. Sink, the Harpoon has had a continuous role chronicling Club history. The letterhead, conceived and drawn by past-presidents Shirley Smith and Wilfred Shaw, depicts a whale stabbed to the heart by a spear with it’s meaning revealed in a 1918 Harpoon by the following conversation […]

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Summary of the January 20 Board Meeting

The Board of Director’s Meeting was held on Wednesday, January 20 via Zoom. Club membership on December 31 was 254 Active members, plus six Honorary members and seven Inactive Emeriti. Attendance for the month’s three meetings was 38%. Average attendance at each meeting was 97 members plus 25 others. Our Engagement Ratio for the month […]

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Meeting Notes Jan 13, 2021

Executive Director Lori Walters shut down a lively conversation to make a couple of announcements.  Please pay your Community Service Assessment if you have not done it.  Here is the link:  a2rotary.org/donate.  And she gave a few reminders about Zoom etiquette. Tom Strode started us off with God Bless America. Christina Ferris lit a candle […]

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