Harold Danilkewich – speaker at our October 19th meeting

Harold now travels with passports from two different countries, Canada; his birthplace was in Saskatchewan, and Australia, the country he has chosen to adopt as his own.  Harold made the move to Australian when he was chosen to be a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar.  We learned of his experiences visiting Rotary Club’s in Australia in this capacity (there was an occasion when he heard the debate on whether to allow women into Rotary).  And then there was stories about Harold work experiences in many countries of the world.  He is a mechanical engineer.  It was particularly interesting to find out about Australia’s wealth of natural resources   Harold is now the Area Superintendent for the Rio Tinto Alcan Modernization Project.