CACOR ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) and LUNCHEON MAY 24th 2018, PROGRAMME
CACOR Annual General Meeting on May 24, 2018, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30, will be held in the main ground floor dining room of the Royal Ottawa Golf Club*. The Club is located at 1405 Chemin Aylmer in Gatineau, Québec, telephone: 819-777-3866. The Club is wheelchair accessible with an elevator.
Directions: From Ottawa, proceed north across the Champlain Bridge, turn right on the (upper) Chemin Aylmer and look left for the Club’s entrance gate which is almost immediately on your left. Proceed through the gate to the parking lot where there is ample free parking.
Attire: Business attire or golf attire is requested at all times. Denim and cargo pants are not permitted. For gentlemen: jacket and tie (not mandatory), collared shirts, polo shirt, tailored slacks, or suits. For ladies: dresses, suits, skirts with blouses, tailored trousers with blouses or evening pants.
Registration and Refreshments available at 8:30 a.m. prior to the AGM on May 24, 2018. Philip Cockshutt and Jean Saint-Jacques will be available at 8:30 a.m. near the Main Entrance of the Golf Club to register members for the AGM and members and guests for the Luncheon. Coffee, tea and juice with breakfast pastries will be available at that time. Please note the cost of attending the AGM meeting is $10. All those joining us for lunch will pay an additional $30.
11:30 to 12:30 p.m. outside the main dining room. Refreshments will be available at the bar for members and guests following the AGM.
Luncheon on May 24, 2017: 12:30 to 1 p.m. in the main dining room. This will be a buffet style event. The menu, includes a soup as first course, a main course of beef, chicken and ham/cheese sandwiches, a dessert and coffee or tea. For vegans, vegetarians and those with food allergies, a special menu is available. The cost will be $30 for members and non-members $35.
1pm – 1:30 pm
Luncheon Keynote with guest speaker Gordon Kubanek:
The Human Hive
Humanity appears to be at an evolutionary point where the reality of our social and technological situation is that we have become a ‘hive’. Our challenge is accept this and to learn from species that have made this step, such as bees. As a hive we can not only survive our current environmental and social challenges but evolve to reach our potentials, both as a species and as individuals. You will learn about how bees live, how honey is made and how their wisdom can inform us as we evolve into a human hive.
1:30-1:35 Preamble to CACOR Breakout activity – David Pollock
1:45pm -2:25pm Breakout groups to discuss and find consensus on a new identity for CACOR
2:30pm-3pm Plenary in the main dinning
To reserve a Luncheon place, please respond to the email invitation by May 21st
For further information regarding the AGM, please contact Jean-Jacques Desgranges at JJDesgranges@gmail.com