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Welcome Home Los Amigos 2022
Discon 2022 Cochrane
Tymmarah"s Puppy Pool
Tymmarah Mackie's Puppy Pool 
Born May 4, 2022
Nine poppies 3F 6M or was it 6F 3M?
Winner was Julie Smith.  You win a free bag of Puppy Treats
Guest Speaker Marc Woons 5 May 2022
Guest Speaker 
Marc Woons
Project Sunflower Aid Society
Supporting Ukrainian Refugees in Lethbridge 
May5, 2022
Guest Speaker  Martha Mathurin-Moe
Guest Speaker May 12, 2022
Martha Mathurin-Moe
Executive Director
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
University of Lethbridge
Topic:Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
“Imagine Lethbridge”
OKI! from Diane Randell to Rotary Clubs of Lethbridge
Over the past several months, we have been planning an opportunity for our community to come together, learn and start the momentum for a Call to Action for the health and well-being of our community and neighbours. Your voice and those of your friends and colleagues would be a valued asset.
You are cordially invited to attend, “Imagine Lethbridge” Healthy Cities Forum, with special guests, Dr. Trevor HancockDr. Kim Raine and Joyce Tang. This three day free online forum in partnership with the AHS Design Lab Team with funding from New Horizons for Seniors. We hope you can attend the event virtually and provide your valued input. 
“Imagine Lethbridge” 
Healthy Cities Forum
Date: May 24, 25 and 26, 2022 from 10 AM - 11:30 AM
Register: via Eventbrite
Healthy Lethbridge pursues initiatives that contribute to making Lethbridge a community focused on its health and well-being. With your input and involvement we intend to ‘make Lethbridge the healthiest city in Canada for all to live, thrive and age well.’ Lethbridge is a great place to live! We have much to be grateful for and proud of. Can we make our city even better? What does ‘the Lethbridge we want’ look like in the future? How can we make this happen? 
The Imagine Lethbridge Healthy Cities Forum will bring our community together in a virtual format to hear ideas from prominent Healthy City experts. Our speakers will share perspectives from a global, provincial and municipal viewpoint on principles to be considered for ethical community growth and sustainability. Healthy Lethbridge is pleased to align its work with the City of Lethbridge’s strategic goals including being: economically prosperous, healthy and diverse, culturally vibrant, well designed, environmentally responsible and regionally supportive. Through a guided process, participants will have an opportunity to respond to probing questions about our City’s health and its citizen’s well-being.
Your participation in this event will give you an opportunity to consider the topics presented by the speakers, our City’s strategic goals and reflect on the vision of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Healthy Cities initiative which is: “Healthy cities are places that deliver for people and the planet. They engage the whole of society, encouraging the participation of all communities in the pursuit of peace and prosperity. Healthy cities lead by example in order to achieve change for the better, tackling inequalities and promoting good governance and leadership for health and well-being. Innovation, knowledge sharing and health diplomacy are valued and nurtured in healthy cities.” 
Please join us as we begin to expand our thinking about the place we call home – Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, Earth.
For more information, please contact us at: 
Healthy Lethbridge  
Healthy Communities Association of Lethbridge and Area - HCALA
Club Leadership Team Workshop
Club Leadership Team Workshop
This Club Leadership Team Workshop is designed for those in your club that are in any leadership position in your club and especially the incoming Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurers. However, anyone is welcome to attend these workshops to learn about leadership. If you attended our previous workshops at the end of February or the first part of March you are still encouraged to attend this workshop for further training. These workshops will be held either virtual on Wednesday May 25th from 5 to 8 pm or also in person at the Genesis Centre in Calgary on Saturday May 28th from 9am to noon with lunch to follow.
Our training sessions are focused on the following three key areas;
1. Helping Clubs Set Goals and input in the Rotary Club Central.
2. ClubRunner Made Simple
3. Member Growth and Engagement in your local Communities.
We will also update you as club leaders on Crisis Management, Vulnerable People Protection and Elevate Rotoaract.
We encourage each  club to send at least 2-3 members and as we are only about 2 weeks away from our first workshop please register soon as we need numbers for our in person workshop for our lunch preparation. 
If you have any questions please email Rick Istead at or myself.