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The Executive

Meetings of the District Council

The meeting place of the District 27 Board of Directors is St. Peter's Room, 3rd floor, 1480 Heron Road, Ottawa.

> RTO/ERO DISTRICT 27 CALENDAR OF MEETINGS

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2019 District 27 Executive


Past President

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Dawn Paxton

613-596-2886

President

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Louise Perrault

613-806-6804

1st Vice-President

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Danielle Guertin

613-864-0274

dguertin58@gmail.com



2nd Vice-President

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Monique Vandenbosch

613-521-5084

mvdbosch@sympatico.ca

Treasurer

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Roger Régimbal

613-824-8384

Secretary

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Lorraine Smith-Champagne

613-302-0547

2020 Executive, District 27

November, 2019 — More than 50 members and guests from the affiliates attended the AGM and Fall Luncheon held at Biagio Restaurant on November 19th. After the presentation of reports, which you can read here: tinyurl.com/w9gpy3o, the 2020 Executive was elected by acclamation.
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(L-R) — Treasurer Roger Régimbal; Secretary Lorraine Smith-Champagne; Past President Dawn Paxton; 2nd Vice-president Monique Vandenbosch; President Louise Perrault; 1st Vice-president Danielle Guertin & Special Advisor Roger Lalonde.


Longtime District 27 member presented with Exceptional Service to RTO/ERO Award

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November 19, 2019 — Longtime District 27 member Wendy Old was presented with the 2019 Exceptional Service Award to RTO/ERO at the AGM and Fall Luncheon held at Ottawa’s Biagio Restaurant. Wendy started her volunteer service with the District in 2011 as a member at large. Since then, she has been responsible for the travel portfolio and is the liaison person with the Bridge Club.

Born in Belleville, Wendy started teaching in 1962 at the South Peel Board of Education, now known as the Mississauga BOE. There, she taught music for five years before moving to Markham for a year. She then moved to Ottawa where she taught for the remainder of her career at Bells Corner Public School. She continued as a music teacher — her passion — but she also taught Special Education, ending with a grade 7 and 8 homeroom. She retired from teaching in 2000 after a 38 year career.

She may have retired from teaching, but Wendy did not retire from active life. With a deep sense of the community, she has volunteered at the Queensway Carleton Hospital for the past seventeen years. She continued to put her musical talent at the service of others as she sang with the Cantata Singers and Nepean Choir. She also served as the adjudicator’s assistant for the Kiwanis Music Festival for 20 years. She sat on the Board of the Ottawa Children’s Choir, was a manager of the Concert Choir, and was a vocal assistant for many years. In her spare time, she is a member of the University Women’s Club of Kanata.

Wendy enjoys reading, going to concerts and, of course, playing bridge. She believes in keeping healthy, so she does daily exercises at the gym, including yoga and other activities.

Married to George, the couple is blessed with three wonderful children, Chris, Andrea, and Matthew, all of whom enjoy successful careers. Andrea followed in her mother’s footsteps as she is now an ESL teacher.