How rare it is these days for a movie to cause an audience to spontaneously break into applause at its end. Prosecuting Evil is such a film. And though clearly out of sync with the rest of the pablum on the cineplex marquis (Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Grinch, Instant Family), this truly extraordinary story of a tireless crusader for peace delivers a most relevant message for the season and our time. Continue reading
Bob taught Mathematics when he first arrived at the Manitoba Institute of Technology in the early-to mid-1960s. He later became the Principal of Trades and Technology of what was then Red River Community College. We could find no obituary, but it is thought that Bob had retired to BC and died in November of 2018.
As mentioned in the minutes, Rose Marie Hess read this piece at the October HG meeting. It was suggested that we could sponsor or get the ball rolling for an event such as this for students in the college who are on a very limited budget. Lots of discussion took place and it was decided it was a complex undertaking. It was suggested that Food Services and the Student Association be involved. Rose was asked to talk to John Reimers about it in November and we will see where it goes from there.
Heritage Group meeting of October 18, 2018.
by Leslie Walsh
When choosing speakers for the 2018-19 year, Ron Blicq’s was one of the sessiomns members voted to hear. HG member Ron volunteered to, “talk about how it has been for me making the transition to a seniors’ living space, what to expect and not to expect, and how it has affected me and my family.” Ron had also suggested that a residence staff person join him to fill in details.
Below is a summary of Ron and Brandi’s tag-team presentation.