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New Leadership Structure

As many of you know our nominating committee was not able to fill the position of president for 2017-18.

At our executive meeting on Tuesday, June 6 a decision was made to appoint a president (as outlined in our constitution) and form a team to share the responsibilities of leading our club. I am pleased to report that Myrtle Greve has been appointed to the position of Acting President. The leadership team will consist of Myrtle, Rosemary Knechtel (Vice President), and Debbie Welland (Past President).

It is our goal to develop a model for team leadership similar to ones that many other CFUW clubs across the country have adopted. Each club has its own identity, so although we will draw on the experiences of others, our model will be uniquely our own. We hope that this change will make it easier to attract new members to join the executive in the future.

Myrtle, Rosemary, and Debbie will be meeting within the next couple of weeks to discuss the division of tasks and prepare for next year. Myrtle will be attending the CFUW annual meeting and conference (June 23-24) as our representative.

Enjoy your summer, but be sure to make plans to attend the coffee party on September 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Sackville Hill where you will enjoy reconnecting with friends and hear more about our new leadership structure.

Debbie Welland


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Graduate Women International

GWI and another vote this year
Ballot and information sheets have been prepared for every member of our club and they will be available for pick up at the meeting on April 18. After that any remaining ballots will be mailed. All ballots must be received by our President or any other member of the executive by May 16.


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AGM Tickets

Annual General Meeting and Dinner

Tuesday May 16, 2017, Social time at 5:30 and dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Hamilton’s Beautiful Waterfront Centre, 555 Bay St. N. Hamilton

Discover the Power of Food
Janet Jacks, the founder of Goodness Me Natural Food Markets.

Janet Jacks is well known in the Hamilton area as the founder of Goodness Me Natural Food Markets, an author, a radio show host, a health and wellness educator and motivator. As her talk will amply demonstrate, health is her passion. Janet will share the latest research about the healing power of food, making healthy choices and deciphering nutrition myths and deceptions.

Tickets are $45 and can be purchased at the general meeting on April 18. Remember you can bring a friend ( or spouse) to the dinner so don’t forget to buy an extra ticket!