President Allan Cady discovered a refreshing way to study the Four-Way-Test while enjoying a bit of relaxation in the House of Friendship at the Rotary International Convention in Toronto, Canada.
For those who have never attended a Rotary International Convention, the House of Friendship is in a large convention hall where hundreds of vendor booths are set up selling all things Rotary and displaying international projects seeking funding for matching grants.  Rotary Fellowship Groups have booths to try to build their membership in a variety of common interests ranging from wine-tasting to motorcycle enthusiasts. 
In the House of Friendship, there are also a variety of food and beverage vendors surrounding a large area of tables where Rotarians have the opportunity to visit with old friends and make new friends in a richly cultural diverse atmosphere.