GSE Englandpresentation


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This is the presentation we will give at each Rotary club we visit in England.

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  • There are about 3000 Rotarians in our 60 clubs in our International District, which includes the north central area of Washington State, USA and the south central area of British Columbia, Canada. This is a very beautiful District, its mountains, rivers, lakes, orchards, vineyards and its pleasant towns and cities.
  • Born Cranbrook, raised WL, live in Kamloops
  • Age, profession, schooling
  • Kamloops" is the anglicized version of the Shuswap word "Tk'emlups", meaning 'meeting of the waters' With close to $50 million invested in new and renovated facilities to launch this program, On a crisp fall day in 1823, William Webb Ellis picked up a football in his hands and ran with it. To this day, backs throughout the world hail this moment as the birth of rugby. Forwards , however, know that the game was not really invented until 1.5 seconds later, when Roland Dimrumple drove a squealing Mr. Ellis' face into the turf, kicked him in the solar plexus and told him to ' keep his sodding hands off the ball '.
  • GSE Englandpresentation

    1. 1. Rotary District 5060 Group Study Exchange Team To District 1250, West Sussex, Brighton and Surrey, England
    2. 2. Jim Adamson Introducing … Group Study Exchange team leader
    3. 4. Our group Through the Rotary Group Study Exchange, our goals are to foster goodwill, be of service to communities, advance our professions and cultivate world understanding.
    4. 5. Brad Cam Jim Kevira Scott
    5. 9. The Adamsons
    6. 11. Kevira Voegele Introducing …
    7. 12. My family Husband: Corey Mom: Sue Sister: Kristin (and Tim) 2 nieces and 2 nephews Cat: Moxie, 1 year
    8. 13. I was born in La Mesa, California, U.S.A. I have lived in California and Minnesota. I currently live in Wenatchee, Washington, U.S.A.
    9. 14. Wenatchee is known as “The Apple Capital of the World.” Pears, cherries, apricots, grapes, mint and wheat also are grown in the area. Photos by Wenatchee World staff
    10. 15. Assistant city editor at The Wenatchee World More than 20,000 readers 60% of the people in the Wenatchee Valley read our paper; the average in the state is 36%.
    11. 16. I enjoy … drawing, genealogy, traveling, writing, reading, movies and nature.
    12. 17. Scott Van Horn Introducing …
    13. 18. I was born in Tieton, Washington, U.S.A.
    14. 19. Now I live in Yakima, Washington, U.S.A.
    15. 20. The Van Horns Dad: Mike, fruit grower Mom: Debbie, interior designer Brother: Christopher, college student Wife: Brenda, hospital pharmacist Dog: Dexter, cute puppy
    16. 21. Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital North Star Lodge Cancer Center 225-bed community hospital 35 staff pharmacists
    17. 22. I enjoy … traveling the great outdoors sports hobbies reading James Bond movies
    18. 23. Introducing … Brad Haberstock
    19. 24. The Haberstocks Parents: Herman, 80, and Erma, 78. Oldest brother: Dale, died of pancreatic cancer at 50. He leaves behind a wife and two girls. Sister: Linda, 48, married with two girls, a secretary. Brother: Don, 45, married with two boys, a gas fitter. Cat: Boomer, a muted tortoiseshell.
    20. 25. My hometown of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, has a population of 36,000. It is in the picturesque Okanagan Valley on Okanagan Lake. I now live in Armstrong, British Columbia, which has a population of 2,600.
    21. 26. I enjoy … collecting, camping, traveling, paintball, history, antiquing, target shooting, movies, and sports, including bowling, tennis, golf, swimming and cycling. I started and manage Okanagan College’s first slo-pitch team, the Okanagan College Coyotes.
    22. 27. My career I work for the city of Vernon as a watch clerk for its Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment.                             
    23. 28. <ul><li>Lightly-armed versus “heavily”-armed officers </li></ul><ul><li>Closed-circuit television </li></ul><ul><li>Civilian employees in police structure </li></ul><ul><li>Best practices </li></ul><ul><li>Equipment management differences </li></ul><ul><li>Electronic recordkeeping </li></ul>GSE Professional Objectives
    24. 29. Cam Rauschenberger Introducing …
    25. 35. Any questions?