Previous Monthly Meetings of the
2017-2018 Season

February 8, 2018

Speaker: David LeSueur

David was born and raised in Toronto, but has made Brockville his home since 2007. A family man and city councillor, David’s name has become a household one this past year for his involvement with the Brockville Railway Tunnel.
On Thursday evening, David will speak to us about the Tunnel project. He will briefly explain how it all came about, what it will mean for Brockville, how it will be utilized, why tourism is so important for Brockville’s Economic Development and of course, the new vision, and what will happen next.

David will share some funny stories that have happened along the way and give guests a glimpse at just what the future might hold for Brockville.

The Brockville Railway Tunnel is an interesting subject, for everyone. That being said, it is just not fair for us to keep David's story all to ourselves and therefore we invite all of our members to extend this month’s dinner invitation to all your friends and family, men and women - so we can share in the stories and the laughter together.

View photo's from the February Meeting

 

January 11, 2018

Speaker: Darlene Burns

Switching Gears…from HR to Song Writing

As a former Human Resources Professional, Darlene led the HR function for Black & Decker Canada Inc.; Sybron Dental; and Ontario Lottery & Gaming – Thousand Islands.  She was also Director of Benefits at First Air and part-time Professor at St. Lawrence College – Brockville & Kingston campuses.

Photo's taken at the January meeting

 

December Gala

Photo's taken at the December meeting

 

Date: November 16, 2017
Speaker: Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones is 15 years old, a grade 10 student, attending school at Brockville Colligate Institute and is really excited to speak to people about her life experiences. When she was only 12 years old she had the opportunity to embark on her first ever humanitarian mission to Santiago de Cuba.  This mission would be the first of many, and it would change her life forever. Sarah is really eager to get more into detail about her experiences in Kenya, and is excited to explain to you what her future next steps to Rajasthan India, will look like in August 2018.

Date: October 12, 2017
Speaker: Lynda Cavanagh with Sarah Styles and Bree Christie

Sarah Styles on the right lives in Cardinal and travels to Brockville and Prescott to participate in a number of Special Olympic sport programs.  She is a very positive young lady and a joy to be with.

Bree Christie lives here in Brockville with her mom and has belonged to Special Olympics for many years. She lived in Australia for a few years where she participated in a number of sport programs there in Special Olympics. We are
happy to have her back in Brockville.

Lynda Cavanagh has lived in Brockville with her husband Dave since 2001. She is a past President of the May Court Club of Brockville, volunteers also with the Aquarium and Loaves and Fishes and manages the Law Library at the Courthouse. She is currently the Community Coordinator for Brockville & Area Special Olympics 

 

Date: September 14, 2017
Speaker: Loretta Corbeil

Loretta Corbeil is Project Manager Homeward Bound Brockville.

Loretta has 25 years plus experience with non-profit program management providing leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of programs and supervising program staff in program delivery. Loretta has a strong background in advocacy and public policy. 
She enjoys spending time with her family including her husband, 3 children and 4 grandchildren. She also enjoys volunteering in the community. 
She is delighted to be working at the EEC with Homeward Bound Brockville, meeting and working with women to create new pathways to opportunity.