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Rotary International Group Friendship Exchange September 2011

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  1. Rotary International Group Friendship Exchange September 2011 District 1010 District7820

  2. Wherethe 1010 Team came from St Andrews Blairgowrie Methlick Westhill Banchory 2

  3. The Purpose of the Rotary Friendship Exchange The Rotary Friendship Exchange program gives Rotarians and their families the opportunity to host and visit Rotarians around the world. In addition to experiencing other cultures and making lasting friendships, an exchange provides a strong foundation for carrying out other international activities and service projectsThe primary goal of a Friendship Exchange is to build greater international understanding and goodwill among Rotarians and their families. In addition, exchange participants can:- Learn how their vocations are practiced in other parts of the world- Observe new customs and cultures- Promote an appreciation of cultural diversity worldwide 3

  4. Where we visited 4

  5. Clubs we visited 5

  6. Prince Edward island Sunflowers always face East We were met at the airport The hotel where Wills and Kate visited during their recent visit 6 Our 1st Lobster feast – wow!

  7. Outside the House of “Anne of Green Gables” Gifts to our hosts Confederation Bridge – 1997 8 Miles long Government House 7

  8. Cape Breton Large lobster President Patrick sings for us at RC of Hawkesbury Fish and Chips party 8 Fortress Louisbourg

  9. On the site of the 1st lighthouse built in 1734 Cape Breton Presentation to Mayor John Morgan 9 A Ceilidh in the evening The big Ceilidh fiddle - 2005

  10. Cape Breton Highland Folk Village Alexander Graham Bell (with his wife Mabel) The Hector - 1773 10 Rollies Warf Kitchen party

  11. Titanic – rescue and graveyard Halifax Local Councillor visited Pier 21 – Immigration into Canada 11 Hilary with Winston Churchill

  12. Peggy’s Cove Halifax Peggy’s Cove Talk about the Sinclair family 12 Halifax Citadel

  13. Yarmouth A stretch limo takes us to Yarmouth Bill Newell briefs the group Model railway at the home of our host 13 The launching of the “Hilary”

  14. Yarmouth “Widow’s walk” Big yellow chair at the Cape Forchu lighthouse 14 Preparing oysters Traditional patchwork quilt

  15. Acadian Village Cake at the party Yarmouth Largest wooden church in North America Singing at the Acadian party

  16. Yarmouth Preparing to move to Annapolis Valley Port Royal - 1605 16 The RC of Yarmouth created a garden A shave horse

  17. Annapolis Valley Our lunch stop for chowder Grand Pre Landing 17 At the vineyard Another brilliant party

  18. Annapolis Valley A Concrete House Halls harbour - 40ft tides Exchanging banners 18 Visiting an apple farm

  19. Annapolis Valley The view from the cottage The vineyard for lunch 19 Saying farewell to our final hosts Ready for home

  20. Thank you for your attention and your kind hospitality. Be assured of Ceud Mile FailtedoAlba (100,000 welcomes to Scotland) Rotary District 1010