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Douglas Thomas O’Brien died peacefully in Flin Flon on May 26, 2016 at the age of 80.
 
The following is a short extract from his obituary:
 
 
 
 
Past District Governor  (2001-2002) Eugene Suchoboki passed away on May 17, 2016 after a battle with cancer. At the time of his death he was a member of the Rotary Club of Regina South. "His cheerful and upbeat disposition will truly be missed," said fellow PDG  Peter Peters.

 
 
 
 
Did you know that The Rotary Foundation is turning 100 in 2016-2017?*

The Rotary Foundation is a very significant part of the vitality of every club. Every club participates in at least some programmes and most support the Rotary Foundation through donations. Therefore it makes sense for every club to use the Centennial as a way for strengthening Rotary among members and in their community.  
 
 
 
At the Rotary Club of Dryden’s annual Paul Harris Awards dinner on Wednesday April 20th, District 5550 Governor Ken Krebs spoke briefly on why supporting the Rotary Foundation is essential to the work of Rotary World-wide.  Krebs put his focus on the six-areas-of-focus. To watch and listen to DG Krebs speech
 
 
 
It is not everyday that Rotarians get to celebrate a 100th Anniversary of the founding of their club. That is exactly what members of the Rotary Club of Moose Jaw will be doing on the 27th of May at 5:30 at the Heritage Inn.
 
 
 
Like a corporation, Rotary is governed by a Board of Directors lead by a President. Every three years however, with a nod towards a Parliamentary form of government, Rotary meets in a forum called the Council on Legislation. 2016 was such a year and the Council on Legislation met last week April 11-15. 
 
 
 
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