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Steve Koncan (left), co-founder of the new Canvas Brewing Co. in Huntsville, shares stories of the company's creation and an update on the ongoing brewery and event space construction off John Street with members in August. Oh, and he also brought beer! You can learn more about Canvas Brewing Co. at canvasbrewing.com.
 
Rotarian Nancy (right) celebrates her birthday with a Death by Chocolate cake during a club executive meeting at President Steve's home held the same night as her birthday in August. And Rotarian Rob (left), who is also Nancy's husband, was one of the Rotarians helping her celebrate by enjoying some of that cake. Happy Birthday, Nancy!
 
Kirstin Maxwell (left), manager of planning for the Town of Huntsville, joins us as a guest speaker in August to share information about the town's official plan review. The official plan, she explained, would guide development in the municipality for the next 10 to 20 years and the latest version focused on affordable housing and environmental protection. The more you know! You can read more about the official plan review at huntsville.ca.
 
When the summer sun is shining in Muskoka, what better club social idea than an evening hike on the new Hunters Bay Trail floating dock extension in Huntsville? Rotary Club of North Muskoka (and a four-legged friend!) spend an evening in the Great Outdoors before enjoying a potluck picnic at the Avery Beach Pavilion. Summer memories made!
 
Rotarian John (right), who joins our club as an energetic member every summer, presents President Steve in August with a 2018-themed Rotary Youth Exchange conference T-shirt and a sample of Rotary Beer, a fundraising initiative in which his home club, the Rotary Club of London, participates. Was the can full? We can't remember ... Welcome back, John!
 
How can horses help with anxiety, confidence, leadership and more? Rotary Club of North Muskoka members welcomed Sue Dixon (right) of Partnering Horses with Humans, a new Huntsville business dedicated to introducing people to the power of interacting and connecting with equines, in August. And President Steve thanked her on the club's behalf. Learn more about Partnering Horses with Humans on the company's Facebook page.
 
Your support of Rotary Club of North Muskoka events and fundraisers helped us make a $4,000 donation in June to the Simcoe Muskoka Family Connexions Kids to Camp Program, an initiative that helps at-risk children experience summer camp in Muskoka. The program offers children confidence building, life skills, leadership opportunities, a chance for fun and friendship, and memories to last a lifetime. Thank you!
 
Rotary Club of North Muskoka members trekked to Toronto for the 2018 Rotary International Convention in June to join roughly 24,000 Rotarians from around the world -- including this Rotary couple (back row) from Nebraska -- in five days of fellowship, learning and inspiration. An evening at the Distillery District, a home-hosting dinner at the Toronto Lawn and Tennis Club, speeches by world leaders and more filled the agenda. Check out some of our convention photos here ...
 
The Rotary Club of North Muskoka joined the 2018 Huntsville Kids' Bike Rodeo as volunteers to help area kids learn some road safety skills for riding their bikes around town. Here's a few photos of the action:
 
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