Meeting Highlights 2021

 

 

OCTOBER PPN GENERAL MEETING

October 26th, 2021

The Post Polio Network (MB) Inc. held their October 2021 General Meeting at the Caboto Centre.   

Due to COVID restrictions all attendees were asked to provide proof of vaccination.  All attendees were vaccinated.

Using round tables and limiting to 4 people to a table and having the meeting in a larger room went a long way to help with social distancing.

Everyone was reminded that when moving around the room to ensure that they were masked.

A Buffet Lunch of sandwich meats and accompaniments was provided along with a coffee and tea station. Lunch was well appreciated; a few members would really like to finish off their lunch with a cookie or two.  

There was no guest speaker as this was a social gathering and there were lively discussions among the group.  

Doug Mihalyk brought in his carvings (polar bear and wolf) to show to interested members.  There was a draw for door prizes that were donated by one of our members. 

Next meeting is our Annual Celebration November 22nd at the Caboto Centre

COST:           Free for MEMBERS    $10.00 for GUESTS  

RSVP must be received by Nov 19th 2021                         

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER PPN GENERAL MEETING

September 28th, 2021

The Post-Polio Network (MB) Inc. held their September 2021 General Meeting at the Caboto Centre.   

This was the first time that a meeting had been held since November Winter Celebration of 2019. 

The COVID – 19 Pandemic has resulted in many changes in our lives.  At the September General Meeting COVID restrictions on gatherings were followed; masking when not seated at table or eating and maintaining social distancing.

Using round tables and limiting to 4 people to a table and having the meeting in a larger room went a long way to help with social distancing.

Lunch of sandwich and salad was served to those attending.  Coffee and Tea were also served.  

There was no guest speaker, and this was a social gathering and discussions among the group.  

One of the issues that were quite prevalent was the anxiety people had over the pandemic and the restrictions to our lives. 

We discussed how we were coping with these restrictions and limitations.   There was a draw, and three door prizes were won. 

Next General Meeting is October 26 at the Caboto Centre on Wilkes