Contact: Trudy Dyer
29
Sep
2017
Halifax Harbourside
The Westin (Seaport Room)
1181 Hollis St
Halifax, NS  B3H2P6
Canada

Two of our newer members, Alex Russell and Julia Smith, will each make an 8-minute presentation about their self and their occupation.  Alex is a actuarial who works at the human resource firm Morneau Sheppell; and Julia Smith is a counselor specializing in teen mental health at Insight. 

Member talks (or Classification speeches) enable members to present to other Rotarians information about themselves and their occupations. One of the distinctive features of Rotary clubs is the use of the "classification" principle. Rotary clubs strive to have membership that is representative of their communities, in part through attracting members from the various occupations represented in their community. This provides the opportunity for Rotarians to broaden their knowledge of the contemporary workplace and recognize the value to society of all useful occupations.

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We are a diverse and welcoming group, and we’d be honoured if you joined us.  Consider this your invitation!  Come a little early even… People start arriving around 7am for coffee/tea and good conversation. 

To keep our meetings flexible and affordable, we offer 3 choices to cover meeting room and meal costs:

A.  $5 for the meeting, including coffee and tea; 
B.  $10 for 'A', plus a Breakfast Sandwich or Yogurt Parfait; or
C.  $18 for 'A', plus the Full Buffet from Elements. 
 
If you need any additional information, please email halifaxharbourside@gmail.com