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Dragă Vizitatorule, Bine ai venit în spaţiul virtual al Facultăţii de Geografie !Odată sosit, cu acordul tău şi spre satisfacţia noastră, ai posibilitatea să descoperi, cu uşurinţă, o parte dintre reperele educaţionale şi ştiinţifice care ne definesc ca Şcoală de „Cunoaştere” şi „Viaţă”.Succint, dorim să-ţi aducem în atenţie câteva aspecte, semnificative după opinia noastră…Modern technology assists greatly with computerized drug interaction screening.Guest Speaker at Today's Meeting Pictured above on the left is guest speaker Marie Klassen, the Executive Director of the Lakehead Social Planning Council with Rotarian Cheryl-Lyn Lamers, who introduced the speaker.
Reverend Dunn thanked Rotarians on behalf of the whole group, and reminded us that he was a Rotary student award recipient 60 (sixty) years ago!On behalf of the happy recipients, (Rev) Ed Long thanked our club. Judy De Cicco, Executive Director, Thunder Bay and District Humane Society, presented today on "Take the Lead-the TB and District Spay and Neuter Clinic." She is pictured (at right along with president Fisk and colleague Sue Rob of TBDHS). President-elect Vonnie Cheng chaired today's meeting and is pictured with guest speaker John Pateman, Chief Librarian and CEO of TBPL.Ms De Cicco is clearly passionate about animals, and the program will help tackle the large overpopulation of pets. Though John did answer questions on the library in today's frenetic world, his specified purpose was to "enlighten" members on a special community initiative entitled the "World War 1 Thunder Bay Project." TBPL is partnering with a number of interested groups to provide a web based portal to help us remember the role of Thunder Bay in the great (WW1) war.She detailed the many impacts of overpopulation (with the logarithmic stats rather staggering),the benefits of spay/neuter clinics and early successes with the 70 dog model, being "fixed" and adopted successfully out to homes in southern Ontario. John has a personal story relevance in that his home town in Kent England had an advanced hospital of 1000 beds that treated (very well) 25,000 Canadian soldiers. Rotary Christmas Parade Information Parade Coordinator Laurie Tulloch (left in photo) provided the club with a copy of the Parade Instructions/Emergency Plan. Laurie asked that these be read by all participants in this activity.The project is in 3 phases with the new building to become the only dedicated unit between North Bay and the Manitoba border. Thunder Bay Police Sergeant Poulter (right in photo) emphasized the importance of being physically and mentally ready to work this event.