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At our regular meeting on Nov 27 we were honoured to have Steve Foran drop in to speak briefly about "gratitude".
Too often we forget to look at our lives and realize how lucky we are to have achieved what we have and where we are. There are so many things to be grateful for. Our family, our friends and the fact we live in Canada to name just a few. By being grateful, we become positive. By being positive we influence others to become so and to appreciate what they have.
Check the link above and see if Steve can help you open your heart and be grateful.
On the evening of World Polio Day, the Eclubs across Canada held a "Cross Canada Eclub Meeting".
It began at 7 pm with our club and every hour it moved west with the time zone change.
Pre-recorded presentations from Bob Scott, Past RI Polio Plus Chair, Mike McGovern, Current RI Polio Plus Chair and Ann Lee Hussey, a polio survivor and the moving force behind more than 25 Polio Immunization Day events around the world.
It was a fun time and after the matching donations from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we raised $17,500 towards polio erradictation.
On June 28 2017 Gord had the honour to present New Member kits to both Helga and Cindy. Although Cindy has been a member for 2+ years, we never had kits. Helga has been a member since Dec but it is the first time we had met in person.
We had a wonderful lunch and lots of fellowship.
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Acts of Kindness
It takes only one person to bring happiness to another. The members of the Eclub of Atlantic Canada decided that in this, the 150 Birthday of Canada, we would bring the spirit of happiness to 150 people. Our members have been “Paying it Forward” by keeping track of small acts of kindness that they perform during their normal daily activities. This can be buying someone a coffee, taking the time to speak to a homeless person or a senior who needs someone to talk to, or helping someone get something off a top shelf at the supermarket. It does not take much to bring a smile and a ‘thank you’ from someone you do not know and it just may make their day.
Since inception of this idea on May 15 2017 we have performed 159 acts of kindness.
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