The April 27 meeting was dedicated to remembering Mickey Haysahi, who was a member of Rotary for (and perfect attendance) 47 years. 
Mickey grew up in Cumberland BC, where there are pictures of him and his wife Betty, in the local museum. During WW II he was sent to internment camp in Manitoba. When MIckey spoke of this "experience" he did so without bitterness - more like it was just a fact of life. He and Betty were married after the war, and they stayed in Manitoba for a while. In spite of this experience he loved Canada.

Mickey volunteered to help at most of the projects of the Rotary Club of Burnaby such as selling roses at Valentine's day, cooking pancakes, building garden sheds etc., all with his smile and sense of hunour. He was always garcious and positive, willing to serve the community.

Mickey loved golf. He won a number of gold metals for golf at the BC summer games in his age category. He also loved to fish. He also was concerned about the environment, he owned one of the first Prius hybrid cars in Vancouver.

MIckey will be missed by the community, his golfing friends, Rotary friends and by his family, may he rest in Peace.