Guelph Wellington Men’s Club
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The Guelph Wellington Men's Club Suite 197, 3-304 Stone Road West, Guelph, Ontario,   CA  N1G 4W4.  Regular meetings of the Club are held most Tuesdays at the Italian Canadian Club of Guelph  Opportunities for learning and fellowship through weekly meetings, social and sporting events.
September 2016
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Guelph Wellington Menís Club
September Speakers Program Arranged by Bob Mackenzie
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Trip to the Races Monday, September 12 Grand River Raceway. Elora Tickets $24 Tickets Include buffet dinner with taxes and gratuity, race program and a $10 slot credit. Beverages are extra. Ticket sales will start August 16. As in the last two years there will not be a bus, but rides can be arranged.
Big Comeback This Fall The Guelph Wellington Men’s Club Choir will start up again on September 13, 2016 @ 8:30 AM at the ICC.   We look forward to our returning choir members and would welcome any new members who like to sing and have fun.   Come out and try us and if you don’t enjoy it;  we’ll give you your misery back.
Dunfield Theatre Cambridge Wednesday October 26 - At 2.00 pm - “Footloose” Cut loose with the musical phenomenon that has played to packed houses in St. Jacobs, Grand Bend and Penetanguishene, and earned the adulation of theatregoers everywhere! Cost $70 - Cost includes ticket to show and buffet lunch at Galt Country Club - Tickets will be on sale from September 6 - Arrange you own transportation.
GWMC 39th Anniversary Dinner October 21, 2016 at the ICC Cost: $48.00 Menu Includes: Garden Salad - Rolls and Butter Breast Of Chicken Stuffed With Spinach, Red Pepper and Cheese Red and White Wine Black Forest Cake Coffee and Tea Entertainment: No Name Band - Retirees from Elora, Fergus, & Guelph  playing Bluegrass, Country, & Gospel music from the 40's, 50's & 60's.  (Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Madoline, Bass, Harmonica, & Percussion) Planning Committee: Glen Froom - Chair Hugh Spencer Don McKay Provan Wylie
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Golf and Lasagna Luncheon Wednesday, September 21 Guelph Golf and Curling Club Time: 8:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Costs:    Golf/Cart, Lasagna Luncheon- $55.00                 Golf, Lasagna Luncheon - $45.00                 Golf - $23.00                 Lasagna Luncheon - $22.00 Tickets go on sale at the Meetings on Aug 23, 30, Sept. 6, and 13.
Lunch and Tour September 27, 2016 The Bill Harrison Collection Tickets: $20.00 Tickets on Sale: September 6th, 13th, and 20th
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Guelph Wellington Men’s Club President: Alan Green Vice - President: Charles Whittaker Treasurer: Keith Devolin Secretary: Ron Dolynchuk Bulletin Editor: Alan Morrell Web Site: Randy Cook  
Membership Changes At the August 2nd meeting the Board accepted the resignations of A Michael Oldfield, John Scott and Ron Newton.   Annual Fees Members are reminded that their annual membership fee for 2016-2017 is due September 1st. Please bring your payment to the Treasurer’s table which will be set up in the lobby on Tuesday mornings starting in mid-August, or mail it to: GWMC, Suite 197, 3-304 Stone Road West Guelph, ON N1G 4W4 The annual fees have been set at:  Active membership            $100 Associate membership      $ 20 
Annual Christmas Luncheon The Christmas Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, December 13th.  Details to follow.
A Little History The Guelph Wellington Men’s Club was established in May 1977. Originally known as the Kiwanis Club of Wellington-Guelph, it operated under the framework of the Kiwanis organization. In April 1981 the Kiwanis Club of Wellington- Guelph surrendered their charter which ended their affiliation with Kiwanis. The name of the club changed to the Guelph-Wellington Men’s Club. In July of 1981 the club was incorporated and new bylaws were introduced in September 1981. In 1998 the club formed their own choir which has performed at club functions and retirement residences. The objectives of the club are to provide opportunities to build friendships, share interests, and assist the community with worthy causes. Although there have been subsequent bylaw amendments to their stated objectives, the club has remained committed to supporting the community. Throughout the 1980s club membership has grown. By January 1992 membership reached 343 and a cap on membership was introduced to help control growth. In a few years the cap was reached and a second club called the Royal City Men’s Club was created in 2006. The Guelph- Wellington Men’s Club continues to remain active in the community.  
Outgoing President Ian Millar passes gavel onto New President Alan Green.
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Opportunities for Learning and Fellowship Through Weekly Meetings, Social and Sporting Events