Meeting Schedule Spring 2021


 

COVID-19 Notes:  

Your executive is keeping a  close eye on the progression  of the pandemic, and will  adjust the schedule and  format as necessary to  ensure we are acting in  accordance with public  health guidelines. 

Masks are mandatory for all  who are able, and  mandatory social distancing will be practiced  at all meetings for the  foreseeable future.  

Book Club and Bridge Club  will maintain the temporary  suspension of in-person  activities. Out-to-club  bunch will continue on an  ad-hoc basis. 

 

CFUW 

  1. THOMAS WINTER/SPRING 2021 

We have been working within the  community to improve the status of women,  promote human rights, public education,  social justice and peace for over sixty years 

JANUARY 14TH  

Victim’s Services & Mental Health Support Panel  

7pm  

VIRTUAL—Zoom Details to come!  

Natalie Redman, CEO of Victim’s Assistance Elgin and 

Brianne Graham, Mental Health Support, Police Services, St. Thomas  Police Service 

 

FEBRUARY 10TH *WED   Please note change in usual date.

Hospice Care in St. Thomas  

VIRTUAL at 7 p.m.

Carrie Ford, Campaign Director, Hospice of Elgin 

Carrie will provide an update on the progress of making the Hospice of  Elgin a reality. 

 

MARCH 11TH  

Women Pilots Leading the Way 

CASO Station Dining Room if possible 7pm  

Emily Crombez was chosen to be on a Canadian stamp by the East Canada  Section of The Ninety-Nines, an international organization of women  pilots. In 2014 she became the first female pilot to crew the Bombadier Ch 415 water bomber. 

 

APRIL 8TH  

The Role of the Public Library in the 21st Century 

St. Thomas Public Library 7pm  

Speaker Heather Robinson, CEO.  

Includes a tour and outline of plans for the newly funded park. 

 

MAY 13TH  

Annual General Meeting 

Taking the Horse Breeding Business by the Reins 

St. Thomas Golf and County Club 

6pm Dinner; 7pm Guest Speaker  

Arika Everatt-Meeuse, Shannondoe Farms, Sparta