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RI President Kalyan Banerjee RI Director Stuart Heal District 9520 Governor Bruce Richardson District 9520 Governor Elect Roy Armstrong District 9520 Administration District 9520 Assistant Governors District 9520 Committees Membership Marketing and Promotion The Rotary Foundation Service Programs: Club Vocational Community International: ARH Fellowships New Generations: Inner Wheel Probus Rotary Down Under RI South Pacific & Philippines Office District Governor’s Official Club Visits District Management Meeting dates Rotary’s Special months Rotary International Milestones District Family Tree District Awards Object of Rotary, Avenues of Service, 4 Way Test Rotary Inductions The Rotary Wheel Rotary Acronyms Past District Governors District 9500 Office Bearers 2011-12 Club information Member information

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AUTHORISED USE OF THIS DIRECTORY The District Directory has been published for distribution to Rotarians only. It may not be used for any purpose other than by Rotarians during authorized Rotary business. A full version of the Directory is available on the District secure website, www.rotarynews.info/District9520/r.i

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PRESIDENT, ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, 2011-12 KALYAN BANERJEE and BINOTA Rotary Club of Vapi, India President Elect, RI, 2010 -11 Trustee, TRF, 2001 - 05 Chair, Rotarian Action Groups Committee, 2008 - 09 Director, RI, 1995 – 97 Kalyan Banerjee, a member of the Rotary Club of Vapi, Gujarat, India, since 1972. Banerjee is a director of United Phosphorus Limited, the largest agrochemical manufacturer in India, and the chair of United Phosphorus (Bangladesh) Limited. He is a member of the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers and the American Chemical Society, a past president of Vapi Industries Association, and former chair of the Gujarat chapter of the Confederation of Indian Industry. He earned a degree in chemical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 1964. Banerjee has served Rotary as a director, Rotary Foundation trustee, committee and task force chair, International Assembly group discussion leader, president's representative, and district governor. The chair of the Southeast Asia Regional PolioPlus Committee, Banerjee has served as a member of the International PolioPlus Committee for many years and has attended international meetings with the World Health Organization and UNICEF in that capacity. Banerjee is a Major Donor, Benefactor, and Bequest Society member, and has been awarded the Foundation's Citation for Meritorious Service and its Distinguished Service Award. Banerjee also serves as a trustee of Rotary club-sponsored trusts that support many educational and community development programs in India, including a 250-bed hospital. He noted that Rotary's strengths include its ability to attract leaders from different vocations around the world, as well as its role in promoting peace. "Rotary needs to become the preferred organization for today's generation to join and participate in, to make the world better and safer and happier," he said. Banerjee's wife, Binota, is a social worker and Inner Wheel club member. The couple have two children and four grandchildren.

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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL

KALYAN BANERJEE

President, 2011-12 TEL 1.847.866.3467 FAX 1.847.866.3390 kalyan.banerjee@rotary.org

03 March 2011

To the Rotarians of District 9520

My dear brothers and sisters in Rotary: More than 75 years ago, Rotary’s founder, Paul Harris, wrote, “The world is constantly changing, and Rotary must be prepared to change with it.” It is a truism that has held through decades and across continents, in tens of thousands of Rotary clubs throughout the world. Change is why we are here, and what we strive for. We are not satisfied with the lowest common denominator, for Rotary is anything but common. We see the world not as it is, but as it might be; and we believe, as Mohandas Gandhi said, that we must be the change we wish to see in the world. In your clubs and your homes, throughout your district, each of you has the potential to be the change of which you dream. In this Rotary year, as we Reach within to Embrace Humanity, I ask all of you to strive without fear or limitation, to open your minds and your hearts to the possibilities of Rotary service. Do not hesitate, do not falter; rather stay steadfastly on the path that is set forth for you. Let me paraphrase the poet Robert Frost and say … But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, Let’s enjoy the journey. One Rotary Center 1560 Sherman Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60201-3698 USA PH 847.866.3000 FAX 847.328.8554 www.rotary.org

Sincerely,

Kalyan Banerjee President, 2011-2012

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DIRECTOR, ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, 2011-12 STUART HEAL and ADRIENNE RI Director 2010-12 Rotary Club of Cromwell, Central Otago New Zealand

Stuart has enjoyed a successful and varied business career. He was CEO of New Zealand’s largest agricultural supply co-operative for 20 years until 2004. He is now self-employed as a business mentor and a director of a number of companies across many sectors including manufacturing, wine, health, power generation, retail and forestry. Adrienne was, until 2009, a teacher providing support for children aged 11 to 15 with learning and behavioural needs. She is a Rotarian and was Cromwell Club President in 2008/09. Stuart was a D9980 GSE team member to Nigeria in 1987. He joined the Dunedin Rotary Club in 1987, was club President in 1994-95 and District 9980 Governor in 1999-2000. He was the District Chair of the GSE program in 1991-93 and Adrienne is currently a member of the District GSE committee. Stuart has been a member of the Management Committee for RDU for the past five years. He has been a training leader at International Assembly twice and is a member of his District’s training team. In 2005 he was awarded the Citation of Meritorious Service from The Rotary Foundation. Stuart and Adrienne have hosted five Rotary Youth Exchange students and are very supportive of Rotary Youth programs. They have two sons and a daughter, all pursuing successful business and professional careers – and the family recently welcomed two daughters-in-law into the fold. Leisure time is spent with family and, in the finest New Zealand traditions, enjoying good food, wine, gardening, travel, rugby and cricket.

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DISTRICT 9520 GOVERNOR, 2011-2012 BRUCE RICHARDSON and KATHY PO Box 509 Berri SA 5343 Ph: (08) 8582 3015 Mob: 0418 839 082 bruce-richardson@bigpond.com

Bruce joined the Rotary Club of Berri in 1978, and was President in 1995/96, 2003/04 and 2008/09. He is a Paul Harris Fellow and Sapphire pin recipient, and has held many positions in the club including Secretary and Treasurer. In 2004 he lead a GSE team to Scotland and that experience re-kindled his enthusiasm for Rotary at a District level. He was the DG’s Representative in 1996/97, District Secretary in 2005/06, a member of the GSE Committee since 2006 (Chair in 2007/08), and was AG for Group 2 from 2008-10. Bruce is a Certified Practising Accountant with over 37 years involvement in Financial and General Management roles within the Australian Wine Industry. In 1978, he moved to the Riverland to take up a senior management position with the Berri Renmano Wines. In 1993 he became General Manager of Barossa Valley Estate Winery in the Barossa Valley, a position held concurrently while CEO/Company Secretary of a grape growers cooperative. Bruce retired in 2007. Bruce extended his service to the local community when he was elected to Local Government in 2006 as a Councillor of the Berri Barmera Council. Kathy recently retired following over 19 years as an Export Administrator for a major citrus packing and exporting company in Renmark. Bruce and Kathy enjoy AFL football, travel and golf along with spending time with Bruce’s three children (Nathan, Jennifer and Stacey) and 7 grandchildren.

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DISTRICT 9520 GOVERNOR ELECT, 2012-2013 ROY ARMSTRONG and MARILYN 1 Moore Street Somerton Park SA 5044 Ph: (08) 8294 5751 Mob: 0407 610 904

rarmstrong@apctechnology.com.au

Roy joined the Rotary Club of Marion after returning from secondment in Cardiff, Wales, in 1989. He became the President of the Rotary Club of Marion in 1994 and again in 2004 and was awarded a Paul Harris fellow in 2006. During 2008/09 Roy was the District Trainer for 9520 and has been an Assistant Governor for Group 6. Whilst overseas, in New Zealand and the UK, Roy worked as Managing Director for a South Australian public company progressing to Company Director and Board Member, when he returned to Adelaide. Roy is currently a Director of two private companies, one being an industrial automation and custom software provider, and the other, engineering and design of ‘Rugged Computers’ for the Defence Industry. Roy spends many leisure hours playing golf, and enjoys being a member of the Triumph Car Club. Marilyn is involved in Singing with a local Choir (Hills Choral Society) where she has been an active member for twenty years. She is also very active in acrylic painting and many a picture adorns the walls of their home and selected art shows. Marilyn is a member of Holdfast Marion Inner Wheel, and is immediate past District Chairman A70 Region. Roy and Marilyn have three adult children Darren, Trudi and Regan, and are proud grandparents of nine grandchildren.

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DISTRICT 9520 ADMINISTRATION District Governor

Bruce Richardson (Kathy) PO Box 509 Berri, SA 5343 Email: bruce-richardson@bigpond.com Ph: (Home) (08) 8582 3015 Mobile: 0418 839 082

District Secretary and Attendance Officer

Alan Hillier (Virginia) PO Box 493 Waikerie, SA 5033 Email: alan@agri-tech.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8541 2939 Mobile: 0418 839 646

Assistant to District Secretary

Virginia Hillier PO Box 493 Waikerie, SA 5033 Email: virginia@agri-tech.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8541 2939

District Treasurer

Bob Geekie (Pauline) 38b Repton Rd, Somerton Park, SA 5044 Email: bob@geekie.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8358 5198 Mobile: 0404 858 195

District 9520 Management Committee

District Governor District Governor Elect District Governor Nominee Immediate Past DG Assistant Governors District Secretary District Treasurer Chair: The Rotary Foundation Chair: Membership Chair: Marketing & Promotion Chair: Vocational Service Chair: Environmental Projects Coordinator: New Generations Coordinator: Community Serv

Bruce Richardson Roy Armstrong Wendy Gaborit Malcolm Lindquist See following pages Alan Hillier Bob Geekie PDG Euan Miller PDG Arthur Manser Bob Brigden John Osborne Bob Arnold David Binks PDG Graeme Dodsworth

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DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION (cont) District Finance Committee

Prepares the district budget, manages district finances and administers the district insurance scheme. Brownhill Creek Berri Marion Mobilong Waikerie Brownhill Creek

Treasurer Bob Geekie (Chair) DG Bruce Richardson DGE Roy Armstrong DGN Wendy Gaborit District Secretary Alan Hillier Insurance: Oleh Bilyk

Nominating Committee for District Governor

St Peters Somerton Park Onkaparinga Brownhill Creek Berri Marion

PDG Arthur Manser PDG Peter Ochota PDG Dick Cuttle PDG Malcolm Lindquist DG Bruce Richardson DGE Roy Armstrong (Observer)

Council of Past District Governors The Council comprises all Past District Governors who are currently Rotarians within District 9520. These PDGs advise and assist the District Governor, and advise district and club committees.

Insurance Officer Brownhill Creek

Oleh Bilyk

Insurance claims, Certificate of currency and general insurance queries are to be referred directly to Oleh Bilyk

Property and Presentations Officer Maintains and stores all district property including signs, flags, Rotary Wheels etc. Application for the use of these items is made to the District Secretary. Each item must be signed in and out, and must be used solely for official Rotary functions. Liability for loss, damage and transportation costs rest with the club applying for the use of the equipment.

Contact Bob Grant

Brownhill Creek

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ASSISTANT GOVERNORS 2011-2012 Group 1 Clubs Broken Hill Broken Hill South Irymple Merbein Mildura Mildura Deakin Red Cliffs Robinvale Euston South Mildura Wentworth

Group 2 Clubs Barmera Berri Lameroo Loxton Renmark Waikerie

Group 3 Clubs Blakiston Mobilong Mount Barker Murray Bridge Onkaparinga Stirling Tailem Bend

Group 4 Clubs Encounter Bay Goolwa McLaren Vale Strathalbyn Victor Harbor Yankalilla

Jayne Sunbird Mildura PO Box 568 Mildura Vic 3502 Email: jayne@jaynesunbird.com.au Ph: (Home) (03) 5021 4465 Mob: 0407 048 872

Barry Harden (Patricia) Waikerie PO Box 20 Waikerie SA 5330 Email: bjharden@bigpond.net.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8541 2923 Mob: 0409 677 226

Wendy Gaborit (John) Mobilong PO Box 892 Murray Bridge SA 5253 Email: Wendy.Gaborit@dfc.sa.gov.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8532 2872 Mobile: 0418 858 717

Deidre Hughes Encounter Bay 5 Jenkins Avenue Victor Harbor SA 5211 Email: hughesde@bigpond.com Ph: (Home) (08) 8552 6374 Mobile: 0438 362 951

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ASSISTANT GOVERNORS 2011-2012 (Continued) Group 5 Clubs Blackwood Coromandel Valley Flagstaff Hill Hallett Cove Noarlunga Noarlunga East

Group 6 Clubs Brownhill Creek Eastwood Hyde Park Mitcham Unley

Group 7 Clubs Burnside Campbelltown Kent Town Magill Sunrise Morialta Norwood St Peters

Group 8 Clubs Brighton Edwardstown Glenelg Holdfast Bay Marion Somerton Park

Jerry Casburn (Jennifer) Unley 20/3 Chappell Drive Glenelg SA 5045 Email: jerry@thecasburns.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8295 8227 Mobile: 0407 646 396

Mark Huddleston (Debra) Edwardstown PO Box 229 Woodcroft SA 5162 Email: mark@sugarfreezone.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8325 3418 Mobile: 0402 346 994

David Lloyd (Tricia) Morialta 63 Rita Ave Rostrevor SA 5073 Email: dlloyd@blackwellfunerals.com.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8336 3091 (Work) (08) 8338 1681 Mobile: 0413 625 232

Kim Harvey (Paul) Brighton 32 Radford St Brighton SA 5048 Email: kim.harvey@adelaide.edu.au Ph: (Home) (08) 8298 8614 Mobile: 0435 014 403

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District 9520 Committees supporting Rotary Clubs Committee members are available to speak to clubs, especially during Rotary’s special months. Members listed with an * are not Rotarians, but have special expertise to assist that committee. The Club Leadership Plan suggests five committees as follows, with the corresponding district support. Club Committee Club Administration Membership Club Public Relations The Rotary Foundation Service Programs

District Committees Administration & Assistant Governors Membership Committees Marketing and Promotion Committees The Rotary Foundation Committees Service Programs Committees

MEMBERSHIP Membership Development and Retention

Promotes membership growth, retention and the development of clubs through Club Visioning. Supplies information and speakers to clubs. St Peters PDG Arthur Manser (Chair) Victor Harbor John Mowling Campbelltown Kevin Parken

Membership and Attendance Records

Club Secretaries or Membership Officers must notify the District Attendance Officer of all changes to membership numbers (inductions and resignations) and send an attendance report for the previous month, by phone, fax or email, by the end of the first week of each new month. Waikerie Alan Hillier

District Extension

Seeks and initiates opportunities for the formation of new clubs. Assists and advises clubs on the procedure for forming a new club. Clubs considering forming a new club should consult with the DG and the Extension Committee. Waikerie PDG Ian Oliver

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MARKETING AND PROMOTION Marketing and Promotion

A committee which aims to develop an awareness of Rotary and district activities.

Bob Brigden (Chair) Jeff Neale Jenny Phillips RDU Rep PDG Peter Sandercock

Norwood Campbelltown Tailem Bend Holdfast Bay

Internet Committee

Manages the district website and advises on new technologies which may assist the district. Unley Stephen Westgarth (Chair) Mitcham Sam Camporeale Blackwood Ken Roscrow Murray Bridge Ron Jericho Magill Sunrise Lindsay Davis Campbelltown Margaret Northcote Victor Harbor Lindsay Cook Encounter Bay Peter Manual Morialta Judy Cushway

Club websites are listed with each club’s details at the back of this directory. The Voice of Rotary A 30 minute radio program broadcast on 5RPH 1197 AM band every Tuesday evening from 7.30 to 8pm. A joint initiative with 9500, budding presenters and journalists are encouraged to assist at any time. Burnside

Chris Hughes

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THE ROTARY FOUNDATION The Rotary Foundation district committee establishes overall strategy for TRF activities within the district, including the allocation of funds returned for use within the district. Conducts training seminars and other activities to promote the fundraising, humanitarian and educational programs and other projects of the Foundation. Maintains records of all past awardees (alumni).

PDG Euan Miller (Norwood) PDG John Jackson (Blackwood) PDG Malcolm Lindquist (Brownhill Ck) Peter Poulton (Norwood) Chandra Sluggett (Unley) David Mellen (Murray Bridge) Satish Gupta (Marion) Margaret Northcote (Campbelltown)

Chair Permanent Fund Annual Programs TRF Alumni TRF Grants GSE Scholarships Polio Plus

Centurion Program

A program for all Rotarians to enable regular contributions to The Rotary Foundation. $100(AU) is donated annually, and is tax deductible. Contributions count towards a Paul Harris Fellow. Brownhill Creek PDG Malcolm Lindquist

Group Study Exchange (GSE)

Initiates and implements programs in which districts exchange teams of outstanding young adults, to advance international understanding and goodwill. In 2011/12, we will be exchanging with District 1440 in Denmark.

David Mellen (Chair) Margaret Northcote Michael Cook Mary Mattner Kevin Prosser Michael Steer Judy McAdam Mary Silver

Murray Bridge Campbelltown Berri Renmark Murray Bridge Stirling Eastwood Mitcham

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SERVICE PROGRAMS COMMITTEES Service Programs are grouped into sub-headings of Club, Vocational, Community, International and New Generations.

CLUB PROGRAMS

Programs that are administered by individual clubs within the district, with district-wide support.

IMOG (International Midwifery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

RC of Morialta has established a maternity training centre in Timor Leste, giving local doctors expertise in managing complicated obstetric care. Includes provision of support facilities and ambulances. Morialta David Rigall (Chair) Morialta Peter Mayer Morialta Bob Pomeroy

Jane Gascoigne

Shelterbox

Campbelltown

Helena Goldie Hospital – RC of Burnside Burnside John Caddy Disaster Aid – RC of Endeavour Hills Flagstaff Hill Walter Todd-Egglestone Judy Shipp

Operation Cleft - Ambassador

Holdfast Bay

VOCATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAMS This committee promotes the value of vocational work and the recognition and application of the 4-Way Test in business and personal life. Aims to stimulate and promote Club Vocational Service Projects and assists clubs to develop projects, encourage mentor programs, plan activities for October’s Vocational Service month. Encourages clubs to present Vocational or Business Excellence Awards.

John Osborne (Chair) PDG Ken Knights Kent Andrew

Stirling Strathalbyn Waikerie

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Association of Community Service Organisations

An organisation of recognised service clubs, which aims to foster goodwill, cooperation and understanding between each organisation. ACSO currently includes Rotary, Lions, Apex, Quota, Zonta, Kiwanis and Soroptimists. Mitcham PDG Graeme Dodsworth

Probus Coordinator

Promotes the formation and support of Probus Clubs for retired men and women with professional or business backgrounds. Mildura PDG Arthur Robinson

State Disaster Plan

Ian Parsons - 9520 Coordinator PDG Allan Wilson – 9500 Coordinator

Noarlunga East Walkerville (9500)

ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR

Coordinates all environmental projects within 9520 Blackwood Bob Arnold

Preserve Planet Earth (PPE)

A joint 9500/9520 committee to promote conservation and make improvements to the environment, by promoting programs such as Catchments, Our Patch, recycling, Land Care, KESAB (Road Watch), Trees for Life and environmental education for children. Regency Park 9500 Les Dennis (Chair) Blackwood Bob Arnold Brownhill Creek Bob Grant Glenelg Alan Scott Mitcham David Gooley Modbury 9500 Keith Rendell Tea Tree Gully 9500 Don Westlake Walkerville 9500 Russell Green

Australian Campaign for Rabbit Eradication (ACRE)

A joint 9500/9520 program under PPE working to bring about community awareness of the destruction of the environment by feral rabbits. Burnside Barry Barratt

Rotary Native Bird Nest box Program (ROBIN)

A joint 9500/9520 program under PPE, building nest boxes. Blackwood Bob Arnold (Chair) Burnside Barry Barratt Mitcham Bruce McKinnon Mitcham Bryan Pointon

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS The following committees encourage programs which foster international understanding and goodwill.

Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS LTD) RAWCS Ltd coordinates the activities of Rotary’s various Community Service programs. The Central Region (9500/9520) is one of five in Australia. Clubs are encouraged to support RAWCS by giving donations of time and/or goods or financial support. “Rotary Australia Overseas Aid Fund” donations are tax deductible.

Central Region Committee Woodville (9500) PDG Roberta Waterman (Chair) Elizabeth (9500) Roger Dennis (Vice Chair) Holdfast Bay Richard Campbell (Secretary) Morialta Norm O’Flaherty (Treasurer) McLaren Vale Steve Head (IPP) + Chairs of the following RAWCS Committees. Donations in Kind (DIK)

A joint 9500/9520 program working from the warehouse in Salisbury, where donated goods are stored. With volunteer help, goods are packaged and shipped internationally. DIK does not initiate, but helps coordinate projects between clubs.

David Cockshell (Coordinator) Derek Burcham Joan Tingey Graham Holcroft Gordon Brice Wayne Goedeke David Lloyd Greg Lang

Gawler Light (9500) Munno Para (9500) Gawler Light (9500) Magill Sunrise Onkaparinga Woodville (9500) Morialta Holdfast Bay

Rotarians Against Malaria (RAM)

Coordinates major bed netting and education programs in PNG and the Solomon Islands. It establishes village research facilities and malarial control programs. Prospect (9500) Suren Krishnan (Chair) Campbelltown Milton Lewis Barossa Valley (9500) PDG Peter Thomas (National Chair)

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS (cont) Safe Water Saves Lives (SWSL)/ Water and Sanitation Rotary Action Group (WASRAG) Aim to supply potable water to communities in developing countries, by planning systems of water catchment, storage and reticulation. Hyde Park Rob Rodenburg (Chair) Tea Tree Gully (9500) Graham Fussen Hyde Park Gordon Wilkinson Adelaide (9500) Bryan Harris Coromandel Valley Malcolm Langmaid

John Banfield

Project Volunteers

Coordinate teams of volunteers to work on humanitarian aid projects overseas, especially in health, education and water supply. Formerly known as FAIM. Hyde Park Robert Cesana (Coordinator) Mt Barker Joe Geue Adelaide Parks (9500) Keith Pearson Loxton Les Burgemeister Prospect (9500) Kevin Obst

Central Region Promotion (CRP)

Promotes the activities of the RAWCS Central Region committees to clubs in districts 9520 and 9500. Tea Tree Gully (9500) Graham Fussen (Chair) Merbein PDG Doug Beasy

Rotary Friendship Exchange Promotes the formation of friendships between Rotarians internationally. Organises group visits of Rotarians between countries, and hosts teams visiting from other countries. Onkaparinga PDG Dick Cuttle (Chair) Brownhill Creek Bob Triggs Brighton Roger Baker Stirling Trevor McGuirk

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AUSTRALIAN ROTARY HEALTH (ARH) This committee promotes the objectives of ARH, which are to provide financial support to Australian research projects, support indigenous medical health scholarships, promote awareness of mental health through community forums and assist clubs with fundraising activities. Donations are tax deductible.

Andrew Benson (Chair) Betty Gebert (Group 1) Maureen Sullivan (Group 2) Phil Giffen (Group 3) Don Law (Group 4) Ian Parsons (Group 5) Margaret Blake (Group 6) Jeff Frankish (Group 7) Pam Maxwell (Group 8)

Encounter Bay Merbein Waikerie Blakiston Yankalilla Noarlunga East Hyde Park Morialta Somerton Park

Indigenous Medical Scholarships (Joint 9500/9520) Coromandel Valley John Sandham (Chair) Mitcham Geoff Bailey Hyde Park Margaret Blake Mildura Jayne Sunbird Glenelg Alan Scott Munno Para (9500) Valerie Kirk Salisbury (9500) Peter Salamon Regency Park (9500) Les Dennis Salisbury (9500) Dennis Underwood Reaching Overseas Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC) Manages the arrival, hosting and medical arrangements for patients and families participating in the program. Joint 9500/9520. Brownhill Creek Oleh Bilyk (Chair) Blackwood Bob Lehmann Burnside Alan McKinnon (State Director) Burnside Ken Jureidini (National Director) Prospect (9500) Michael Beveridge Burnside Adrian Fitzgerald Barossa Valley (9500) John Lawler (National Fundraising) Barossa Valley (9500) Catherine Lawler (Secretary) North Adelaide (9500 Meredith Lines Adelaide (9500) Bruce Tasker Elizabeth (9500) Viv Valadares

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Rotary Global Networking Groups and Fellowships There are many groups within Rotary where people with similar interests can exchange information and ideas. Many of these are Fellowship groups and are just that, for Fellowship and fun. Others are project orientated. A full list of Fellowships and other Global Networking Groups can be found at www.rotary.org.

Peter Poulton

Family of Rotary (Alumni)

Pamela St Claire Margaret Northcote

Interplast

Norwood

Flagstaff Hill

Literacy

Campbelltown

International Travel and Hosting Fellowship Brighton Roger Baker Rotarian’s Wine Appreciation Fellowship Kent Town Greg Love Quilting Fellowship Gwenda Knights (Rotarian partner) Mary Galea

Strathalbyn

Home Exchange Fellowship

Strathalbyn

Int. Fellowship of Motorcycling Rotarians (Riverland) Loxton Ian Biddle

International Convention 2012

Convention Promotion PDG Arthur Robinson, RC of Mildura

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NEW GENERATIONS Programs encouraging the participation of young people of school age and early adulthood, in local and international programs. Glenelg David Binks (Coordinator) Ex-officio on all New Generations Committees

Student Protection and Investigation

A committee required by RI to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all youth involved in Rotary programs. PDG Dick Cuttle (Chair) Onkaparinga DG Bruce Richardson Berri DGE Roy Armstrong Marion DGN Wendy Gaborit Mobilong David Binks Glenelg Prof Freda Briggs (Advisor) *

Youth Exchange

Organises long and short term international Youth Exchange Program. Selects participants from nominations by clubs, places and prepares the students and their families for their time away, and coordinates the placement of incoming students. Trevor Stirling (Chair) Magill Sunrise Rita Stirling Magill Sunrise David Jones Mitcham Allan Goode Loxton Jenny Phillips Tailem Bend John True Strathalbyn Shirley True Strathalbyn Michael Garland Somerton Park Rod Whyte Noarlunga Robyn Oertel *

The Science Experience (TSE)

A joint 9500/9520 committee managing the Science Experience at the three SA universities. Information available at: www.scienceexperience.com.au David Adamson (Chair) Elizabeth Park (9500) Don Blackmore Prospect Sunrise Bernie Boxer Hyde Park Maureen Morton Mawson Lakes (9500) Eric Fagan-Jeffries (Representative) Young Scientists

Roadsafe Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA)

Provides support to schools wishing to educate teenagers about responsible driving. Works in conjunction with SAPOL. Trevor Andrew (Chair) Somerton Park Alan Cushway Morialta Peter Hammond Somerton Park Pam Maxwell Somerton Park Don Law Yankalilla

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Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Rotary (Australia) Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)

RYLA is Rotary’s worldwide youth leadership training program for young people 18-25 years old, who show leadership qualities. Clubs sponsor participants attending a weeklong live-in seminar. RYPEN is a program for young people aged 15-17 that introduces them to skills in leadership, teamwork and communication, in a friendly and stimulating environment.

Peter Poulton (Chair) Norwood Ellen Griffith Onkaparinga Peter Hammond Somerton Park John Angus Edwardstown Ian Parsons Noarlunga East Damian Leach Campbelltown Margaret Northcote Campbelltown Mary Galea Strathalbyn Rotary Youth Wellbeing (RYWELL)

Organises school holiday programs of activities for youth at risk under the care of Families SA.

Lynton Nicholas (Coordinator) Campbelltown John Lewis Blackwood Debbie Reynolds Coromandel Valley Peter Gapp Holdfast Bay Alex Jonson Unley National Youth Science Forum (NYSF)

Selects secondary students nominated by clubs to attend the Forum each January. Information is available at www.nysf.edu.au

Bill Davies (Chair) Dennis Heanes Robert Handley Ann Price Tuckweng Kok Xenia Newland Dan White

Rotaract and Interact

Brownhill Creek Morialta Hyde Park St Peters St Peters Past student Past student

Rotaract: Clubs for young adults aged 18-30, promoting the Rotary ideal of Fellowship and Service. Interact: Clubs within schools for 14-18 year olds, promoting fellowship and world understanding.

Rotarian Contacts: Irene Healy (Interact) Jack Cooper (Rotaract) Jerry Casburn (District Chair / Rotaract) Rotaract Office Bearers: Mount Barker Rotaract Club President Secretary Flinders University Rotaract Club President Secretary

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Hallett Cove Mt Barker Flinders University Anna Craven Lachlan Reid Kate Flack Kate Ruvinetti


INNER WHEEL International Inner Wheel is most probably the largest women’s voluntary service organization in the world, and holds Non Governmental Organization (NGO) status with the United Nations. It has representatives in the three UN centres of Geneva, New York and Vienna. Our District in Australia (District A70) now comprises 7 clubs whose members actively promote the ideals of personal, community and international service. Women associated with Rotary in any way are welcomed as members, and “New Generations” Clubs are being formed. The objects are: • to promote true friendship • to encourage the ideals of personal service • to foster international understanding Further information can be obtained by contacting the Chairman of Inner Wheel District A70 Pam Luke on Ph: (08) 8531 3536 or pluke@sctelco.net.au The official web site is: www.innerwheelaustralia.org.au

PROBUS Want to know more? The Probus movement had its genesis in two ancestors — both in the U.K. and both established by Rotary clubs. The first club in the South Pacific Region was the Probus Club of Kapiti Coast, New Zealand in 1974 followed by the Probus Club of Hunters Hill, N.S.W Australia in 1976 and The Philippines in 2007. Today there are 2265 accredited Probus clubs in the region with an estimated membership of 189,000+. PROBUS – Tomorrow’s Vision for Active Retirees For information on district Probus matters and sponsoring the formation of a new Probus club please contact the District Probus Chairman: PDG Arthur Robinson, Rotary Club of Mildura. Ph: (03) 5021 3547 Mobile: 0418 502 243 Email: leesa@arplumbing.com.au

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Official Rotary Magazine for Australia and New Zealand Based Districts

ROTARY DOWN UNDER HOUSE Level 3, 43 Hunter Street, Parramatta NSW 2150 Postal address: PO Box 779, Parramatta NSW 2124 Phone: (02) 9633 4888 Fax: (02) 9891 5984 Email: enquiries@rotarydownunder.com.au Managing Editor: Associate Editor: Assistant Editor: Administration Manager:

Bob Aitken Mark Wallace Meagan Jones Frances Campbell

Office hours:

9.00am – 5.00pm Monday – Friday (except public holidays). Manages all matters relating to the Regional Magazine and the administration of Rotary Down Under House. Our supplies office is located at: RDU MERCHANDISE AND PROMOTIONS Licensed supplier of Rotary International emblem merchandise Unit 16, 45 Powers Road, Seven Hills, NSW 2147 Postal address: PO Box 244, Toongabbie NSW 2146 Phone: (02) 9674 6855 Fax: (02) 9624 2148 Email: supplies@rotarydownunder.com.au Director: Staff:

Barry Antees Judy Donovan, Lyndee Xuereb, Mim Amble, Pauline Lane, Lisa Chisari

Visit the RDU website catalogue for safe and secure ordering of merchandise: Email: www.rotarydownunder.com.au DISTRICT 9520 ROTARY DOWN UNDER GROUP REPRESENTATIVE PDG Peter Sandercock Ph: (08) 8295 7734  Fax: (08) 8295 6331 Email: ppsandy@bigpond.net.au

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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL SOUTH PACIFIC AND PHILIPPINES OFFICE 2 Floor, 60 Phillip St. Parramatta NSW 2150 PO Box 1415, Parramatta NSW 2124 Phone: (02) 9635 3537 Fax: (02) 9689 3169 Office Hours: 8.30 am to 5.00 pm EST, Mon. to Fri. Serving Governors and Clubs in Australia, New Zealand, PNG, the Philippines and the immediate Pacific Islands area. Administration Frank Pezzimenti: Frank.Pezzimenti@rotary.org Reception: Michelle Fuller: Michelle.Fuller@rotary.org *All enquiries about RI and TRF literature to the Literature Clerk. Regional Head:

Club and District Support Joy Walker: Joy.Walker@rotary.org Coordinator: Deslyn Maher: Deslyn.Maher@rotary.org Correspondent: Mary Jayne Desmond: MaryJayne.Desmond@rotary.org Supervisor:

o Admission of New Clubs (Rotary, Rotaract, Interact, Rotary Community Corps) o Applications for change of name, change of club & district locality, merger of clubs o Applications for club & district incorporation o Licensing inquiries – use of Rotary name and other marks / logos o District dispute inquiries th th th o Special Club anniversary recognition (25 , 50 , 75 ) th o Special Member anniversary recognition (50 , 75th), on application o Member Access (MAP) guidance (refer also to tutorial on www.rotary.org in E learning centre) o Guide District Governors, Clubs and Rotarians on procedural and constitutional matters o Assist the District Governors, Clubs and Rotarians in their communications with World Headquarters o Maintain historical records of clubs.

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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL SOUTH PACIFIC AND PHILIPPINES OFFICE (Cont.) Finance

Regional Financial Controller: Tarak Dey: Tarak.Dey@rotary.org Coordinator (Australia &NZ): John Jiang: Xiang.Jiang@rotary.org Finance Correspondent: Gaye Small: Gaye.Small@rotary.org o Collect per capita dues and other payments to Rotary International o Process Semi Annual reports on club membership and inquiries on SAR payments o Assist clubs & districts with inquiries on: club remittances and balances, reinstatements after payment following termination o Process The Rotary Foundation contributions o Make payments to Rotarians travelling at RI or Rotary Foundation expense o Make payments to Rotary Foundation Scholars

The Rotary Foundation

Responsible for processing applications and issue of regalia for PHF, maintain club credits, issue benefactor recognitions, and assist with Foundation enquiries. Manager: Bruce Allen: Bruce.Allen@rotary.org Fund Development Officer: Joel Smith: Joel.Smith@rotary.org TRF Admin: Krissy Aure-Canson: Kristenne.AureCanson@rotary.org PHF Recognition Matters: Sarah Walsh: Sarah.Walsh@rotary.org

o o o o o o

Fund Development Paul Harris Fellow Recognition - processes applications and issue regalia & certificates Maintain record of club recognition points Issue benefactor recognitions, bequest and major donor recognition Provide assistance and clarification on all Rotary Foundation matters Assist with The Rotary Foundation contribution inquiries

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DISTRICT GOVERNOR’S CLUB VISITS 2011 Name of Club Broken Hill Wentworth Broken Hill South Merbein Marion Noarlunga East Noarlunga South Mildura Irymple Mildura Deakin (B/fast) Mildura Tailem Bend Strathalbyn Victor Harbor Encounter Bay Campbelltown Somerton Park (B/fast) Norwood (Lunch) Onkaparinga Brighton Brownhill Creek Eastwood (B/fast) Flagstaff Hill Lameroo Holdfast Bay Kent Town Waikerie Barmera Renmark Loxton Goolwa Yankalilla Mitcham Coromandel Valley

Meeting

DG Visit

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday

July July July July July July July July July

11 12 13 14 18 19 21 25 26

Wednesday

July

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Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday

July August August August August August

28 1 2 3 4 8

Tuesday

August

9

Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday

August August August August August August August August August August August August August September September September September

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DISTRICT GOVERNOR’S CLUB VISITS 2011 (cont) Name of Club

Meeting

DG Visit

Glenelg Edwardstown Burnside Magill Sunrise (B/fast) St Peters Blakiston Robinvale Euston Red Cliffs Mount Barker Murray Bridge Mobilong Stirling Hallett Cove Hyde Park McLaren Vale Unley Berri Blackwood Morialta

Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday

September September September

14 20 21

Tuesday

September

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Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Thursday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

September September October October October October October October October October October October October November November

27 28 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 31 1 2

DISTRICT MANAGEMENT MEETINGS th 7 August 2011 th 9 October 2011 (Riverland) th 12 February 2012 th 27 May 2012 August September October November December January February March April May June

ROTARY’S SPECIAL MONTHS Membership and Extension New Generations Vocational Service The Rotary Foundation The Family of Rotary Rotary Awareness World Understanding Literacy Rotary Magazine Not designated Rotary Fellowships

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Rotary International Milestones 1905 1908 1910 1912 1917 1932 1945 1947 1962 1965 1985 1989

1990 1990/91 1994 2000 2002 2003 2004 2004 2008 2009

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1 Rotary club organised in Chicago, Illinois,USA nd 2 club formed in San Francisco, California,USA First Rotary convention held in Chicago, Ill, USA The Rotary Club of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, becomes the first club outside the US to be officially chartered. (the club was formed in 1910) Endowment fund, forerunner of the Rotary Foundation, established 4-Way Test formulated by Chicago Rotarian Herbert J Taylor Forty nine Rotarians help draft United Nations Charter in San Francisco Rotary Founder Paul Harris dies First 18 Rotary Foundation Scholarships granted First Interact club formed in Melbourne, Florida, USA Rotary Foundation launches Matching Grants and Group Study Exchange programs Rotary announces Polio Plus program to immunize all children of the world against polio Council on Legislation opens Rotary membership to women world wide; Rotary clubs chartered in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland for the first time in almost 50 years Rotary Club of Moscow chartered as the first club in the Soviet Union Preserve Planet Earth program inspired some 2000 Rotary-sponsored environmental projects Western Hemisphere declared polio free Rotary Centres for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution formed Western Pacific declared polio free th 30,000 Rotary club chartered Europe declared polio free First class of 70 Rotary Peace Scholars begin study Rotarians raise more than US$118 million to support the final stages of polio eradication Rotary’s largest convention with 45,381 attendees, held in Osaka, Japan Rotary celebrates centennial in Chicago, USA th 40 anniversary of Rotaract Rotary receives US$255million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to fight polio

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District 9520 Family Tree

Please note: Rotary Clubs of Melbourne, Ballarat, Sydney, Newcastle and Adelaide are not in District 9520

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DISTRICT 9520 AWARDS The district awards will be decided on the criteria given under each heading in conjunction with the following general criteria: (a) Project Planning (b) Relevance/Need (c) Club Members’ Input

(d) Publicity/Feedback (e) Innovative Aspects (f) Community Impact Involvement

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Please note that awards numbered 2, 3, 4, 11 and 12 will be based on written submissions forwarded to the District Governor/Secretary at least four weeks prior to the District Conference. All projects are to be commenced or completed in the two years prior to the District Conference at which they are entered for competition, and which have not previously won that award. Written submissions may be supported by a visual presentation displayed at the Conference. The quality of the visual presentation will be taken into account when making these awards. These displays will also automatically be entered for the Stan Fereday Award - Best Displayed Club Project (No. 5). 1 Best Conference Attendance. Attendance x kilometres from home club, divided by club membership. (Donated by the late PDG Arthur Hart) 2 Best Community Service Project. (Donated by the Rotary Club of Mitcham) 3 Best Vocational Service Project. (Donated by the Rotary Club of Noarlunga East) 4 Best International Service Project. (Donated by the Rotary Club of Irymple) 5 Stan Fereday Award – Best Displayed Club Project. Judged on the success of the display at the Conference, not necessarily the best project. Emphasis will be placed on the story of the project, i.e. a combination of the pictorial and printed message conveyed on the project’s development, as well as the aesthetic aspects. (Donated by Stan Fereday, Rotary Club of Glenelg) 6 Bulletin of the Year. Relevance, readability, aesthetics, suitability to the club’s situation and comprehensiveness will be taken into account. (Donated by the late PDG Alan Williams)

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7 Membership Improvement Trophy. For the highest percentage increase, year to date based on membership at the commencement of the current Rotary year. (Donated by the late PDG Harry Allen) 8 Year-To-Date Attendance Trophy. For the highest annual attendance percentage for regular meetings as per the last DG’s Newsletter. (Donated by the late PDG Chris Maywald) 9 Most First Attendees. This Year’s Conference. 10 Rotary Foundation Contribution - Fred Claridge Memorial. For the highest contribution per member in the previous year. (Donated by Mrs Madge Claridge) 11 Best New Generations Project. (Donated by the late PDG Bill Rufus) 12 Best Fund Raising Project. (Donated by PDG Kevin Parkinson) 13 Ivor Lewis Trophy for Public Relations. For the project which best attracts good public attention and recognition during the previous calendar year. 14 Australian Rotary Health– Bernie Jones Trophy. For the highest per capita contribution made by a club during the previous February-to-February period. 15 Australian Rotary Health District Achievement Award. For the most significant assistance given to ARH since the last District Conference. Projects reflecting innovativeness, effective public relations or local implementation will be considered. 16 Best Environmental Project. According to the goals set out in the Preserve Planet Earth program of Rotary International. To be judged on the basis of a visit to the project site by the District Preserve Planet Earth Committee. 18 Best Club Website Award. For the Rotary club providing the best club website which provides accessibility, information, relevance and currency as judged by the District Internet Committee. Most awards will be presented at the District Conference.

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THE OBJECT OF ROTARY The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster: FIRST: The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service; SECOND: High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarians occupation as an opportunity to serve society; THIRD: The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life; FOURTH: The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service. ROTARY’S AVENUES OF SERVICE The avenues of Service were developed to clarify the Object of Rotary. Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the effective functioning of the club. Vocational Service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their vocations and practice high ethical standards. Community Service covers the projects and activities the club undertakes to improve life in its community. International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the globe and promote world understanding and peace. New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, involvement in community and international service projects. FOUR WAY TEST Of the things we think, say, or do: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Is it beneficial to all concerned?

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ROTARY INDUCTION The induction of a new Rotarian is a special time for them and their families, especially their partner who will often be as involved with club activities as the new Rotarian. Presidents should make the occasion something to remember, and use it to publicise the club within the local community. The form of the induction is up to each club to decide, and there are several examples on the RI website, ranging from relaxed to quite formal. Preparation is the key to making the induction go smoothly. Have all regalia ready and read through the wording of your ceremony beforehand. Make sure you have a photographer present who can take good photos! An induction properly done will help the new member feel a welcomed and vital member of the club. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ROTARY WHEEL.

Rotary’s world-recognised emblem originated in 1905 as a simple wagon wheel representing “civilisation and movement”. The cogged wheel version was made official by a 1919-20 decision of the Board. A keyway was added in 1929 to signify that the wheel is a “Worker”, not an “idler”. To this is added a note from the Rotary Club of Burlington, Ontario, Canada: “Our wheel will not act alone. It needs energy...a force to set it in motion.” Our emblem is one of the most widely recognised symbols in the world. We as Rotarians wear it with dignity and pride. For us it is a passport anywhere in the world of Rotary. To non-Rotarians, it identifies each of us as a person dedicated to the ideal of Service and to improving the well being of all people.

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A SELECTION OF ROTARY ACRONYMS AG ARH DG DGE DGN DIK DLP GSE 3H IMOG

Assistant Governor Australian Rotary Health District Governor District Governor Elect District Governor Nominee Donations-in-Kind District Leadership Plan Group Study Exchange Health, Hunger and Humanity International Midwifery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology

MOP NPF NYSF OD PAL PDG PE PETS PHF PHSM PP PPE PROBUS RAM RAWCS RDU RI RIBI ROBIN ROMAC ROTEX RYLA RYPEN RYWELL SWSL TRF YEP

Manual of Procedure National Project Funding National Youth Science Forum Official Directory (of Rotary International) Promote Adult Literacy Past District Governor President Elect President Elect Training Seminar Paul Harris Fellow Paul Harris Sustaining Member Past President Preserve Planet Earth (Retired) Professional and Business (Club) Rotarians Against Malaria Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd. Rotary Down Under (magazine) Rotary International Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland Rotary Native Bird Nestbox Project Reaching Overseas Medical Aid for Children Organisation of Ex-Rotary Exchange Students Rotary Youth Leadership Award Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment Rotary Youth Wellbeing Safe Water Saves Lives The Rotary Foundation Youth Exchange Program

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PAST DISTRICT GOVERNORS, DISTRICT 9520 District 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 952 9520

Year 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

Governor Reg Etherington Victor Webb Len Clarkson Alan Drayton Leslie North Arthur Hart John Kneebone Stewart Brown Arthur Sampson David Clarkson Frederick Claridge Arch Ramsey Leo De Garis Herbert Cartledge Fred Bennett John McArthur Lionel Catt Fergus Ballantyne William C Kay Phillip J Kearns Allen Hoskings Ross Irvine Fred Stewart Alan Clarkson Allan Williams Geoff Evans John Evans Alan Green Ross Irvine Tait Kidman Chris Maywald Harry Allen Gwyn Adams Les Mead Bernie Jones Jeff Nankivell Bill Rufus Kevin Parkinson Stuart Hart Terry Edwards Bruce Edwards Russ Mead Keith Shaw John Hardy

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Home Club Mildura Perth Adelaide Colac Ballarat Unley Hamilton Horsham Adelaide Woodville Unley Mildura Naracoorte Adelaide Warrnambool Ararat Victor Harbor Unley Port Adelaide Adelaide Mitcham Tailem Bend St Peters Unley Edwardstown Port Pirie Barossa Valley Encounter Bay Noarlunga East Victor Harbor Tailem Bend Mildura Victor Harbor Edwardstown Marion Unley Glenelg Campbelltown Glen Osmond Glenelg Flagstaff Hill Renmark St Peters Glenelg


PAST DISTRICT GOVERNORS, DISTRICT 9520 (cont) 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 9520

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Ken Knights John Thomas Dennis Henschke Alan Lawrie John Jackson Geoff Norman Geoff Simpson Ian Oliver Doug Beasy Peter Sandercock Arthur Robinson Graeme Dodsworth Euan Miller Arthur Manser Bob Northcote Peter Ochota Peter Shipp Dick Cuttle Malcolm Lindquist

Strathalbyn Campbelltown St Peters Brighton Blackwood Glenelg Flagstaff Hill Waikerie Merbein Holdfast Bay Mildura Mitcham Norwood St Peters Campbelltown Somerton Park Holdfast Bay Onkaparinga Brownhill Creek

COUNCIL OF PAST DISTRICT GOVERNORS

Past District Governors who are currently active Rotarians within District 9520, identified above in bold and italics, comprise the District’s Council of Past Governors, together with: 2005-06 David Roberts (formerly District 9700), Hallett Cove.

DISTRICT 9500 OFFICE BEARERS 2011-12 District Governor: Eric Russell (Julie) 3 Foundry Street Goodwood SA 5034

Home: (08) 8357 8898 Mob: 0402 315 292 Email: ericrussell@adam.com.au

District Secretary: Conrad Melvaine PO Box 235 Prospect SA 5082

Mob: 0411 631 610 Email: conradmelvaine@hotmail.com

District Governor Elect: Marie Dorrington (Ken) 25 Flora Terrace Prospect SA 5082

Home: (08) 8269 3398 Mob: 0417 863 316 Email: mdorring@bigpond.net.au

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CLUBS OF DISTRICT 9520 BARMERA: Monday 6.30pm for 7pm Barmera Country Club, Hawden St, Barmera PO Box 448, Barmera, SA 5345 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3746 Pres: Wendy Davis Sec: Allan Coates Ph: 08 8583 1025 Ph: 08 8588 7515 BERRI: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Berri Resort Hotel, Riverview Drive, Berri PO Box 259, Berri, SA 5343 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3747 Pres: Robin Foley Sec: John Rix Ph: 08 8582 5087 Ph: 08 8583 7188 BLACKWOOD: Tuesday 6pm for 6.30pm Belair Country Club, Upper Sturt Rd, Belair PO Box 20, Blackwood, SA 5052 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3788 Pres: Peter Geer Sec: Bill Flynn Ph: 08 8278 3866 Ph: 08 8370 0112 BLAKISTON: Wednesday 6.30pm for 6.45pm Auchendarroch, 17 Adelaide Rd, Mt Barker PO Box 1107, Mt Barker, SA 5251 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3799 Pres: Michael Bowman Sec: Phil Giffen Ph: 0424 388 862 Ph: 0438 863 359 BRIGHTON: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Marion Sports Club, 262 Sturt Rd, Marion PO Box 155, Brighton, SA 5048 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3748 Pres: Christine Murphy Sec: Kim Harvey Ph: 08 8358 1056 Ph: 08 8303 3196 BROKEN HILL: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm West Darling Motor Hotel, 400 Argent St, Broken Hill PO Box 391, Broken Hill, NSW 2880 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3743 Pres: Carrie Oakley Sec: Gary Oldman Ph: 0412 689 719 Ph: 08 8080 3718

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BROKEN HILL SOUTH: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Musicians Club, Crystal Street, Broken Hill PO Box 1080, Broken Hill, NSW 2880 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3744 Pres: Margaret Lesjack Sec: Katrina Gepp Ph: 08 8087 8848 Ph: 0428 887 447 BROWNHILL CREEK: Tuesday 6pm for 6.30pm Edinburgh Hotel, High St, Mitcham PO Box 111, Torrens Park, SA 5062 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3749 Pres: Mike Reilley Sec: John Cawley Ph: 08 8278 5513 Ph: 08 8276 4259 BURNSIDE: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm The Feathers Hotel, Cnr Glynburn & Greenhill Rd, Burnside PO Box 95, Burnside, SA 5066 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3750 Pres: Brian Wall Sec: John Caddy Ph: 0411 804 901 Ph: 08 8333 3322 CAMPBELLTOWN: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Athelstone Football Club, 150 George St, Paradise PO Box 438, Campbelltown, SA 5074 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3751 Pres: Jan Tsoutouras Sec: John Schubert Ph: 08 8231 2628 Ph: 08 8337 6808 COROMANDEL VALLEY: Monday 6.15pm for 6.30pm Belair Park Country Club, Upper Sturt Rd, Belair PO Box 1, Blackwood, SA 5051 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3795 Pres: John Sandham Sec: Julie Smith Ph: 08 8370 2961 Ph: 08 8178 0488 EASTWOOD: Wednesday 7am for 7.15am (Breakfast) Flinders Lodge, 27 Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town PO Box 379, Glenside, SA 5065 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3796 Pres: Glen Wheatley Sec: Brian Lange Ph: 08 8338 6299 Ph: 08 8379 4617

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EDWARDSTOWN: Tuesday 6pm for 6.15pm Marion Hotel, 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park PO Box 22, Parkholme, SA 5043 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3752 Pres: Michael Hiosan Sec: Maria Manjarrez Ph: 08 8296 6202 Ph: 08 8271 6156 ENCOUNTER BAY: Thursday 6.30pm for 7pm Urimbirra Fauna Pk Restaurant, Adelaide Rd, Victor Harbor PO Box 243, Victor Harbor, SA 5211 Website: www.rotarynews/info/club3753 Pres: Bob Sedunary Sec: Marilyn Shaw Ph: 08 8552 2123 Ph: 08 8552 9171 FLAGSTAFF HILL: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Flagstaff Hill Sports & Community Centre, Coromandel St PO Box 901, Flagstaff Hill, SA 5159 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3754 Pres: Keith Harris Sec: Geoff Simpson Ph: 08 8270 1514 Ph: 08 8270 2085 GLENELG: Wednesday 6pm for 6.15pm Glenelg Function Centre, Glenelg Oval, Brighton Rd, Glenelg PO Box 158 Glenelg, SA 5045 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3755 Pres: Wayne Sachs Sec: Graham McRae Ph: 08 8277 9952 Ph: 08 8295 2615 GOOLWA: Monday 6.30pm for 7pm Goolwa Hotel, Cadell St, Goolwa PO Box 193, Goolwa, SA 5214 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3791 Pres: Karen Jones Sec: Kevin Hales Ph: 08 8555 2971 Ph: 08 8555 1216 HALLETT COVE: Tuesday 6.15pm for 6.30pm House of Jade, 14 Commercial Rd, Sheidow Park PO Box 328, Brighton, SA 5048 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3758 Pres: Dennis Nelson Sec: David Squirrell Ph: 08 8381 8214 Ph: 08 8387 8292

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HOLDFAST BAY: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Surf Life Saving Club, Cnr Repton Rd & South Esplanade, Somerton Park PO Box 167, Glenelg, SA 5045 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3757 Pres: Barry Manson Sec: Deborah Ryan Ph: 08 8374 0911 Ph: 0421 327 997 HYDE PARK: Wednesday 6pm for 6.15pm Hyde Park Tavern, Cnr Park St & King William Rd, Hyde Park PO Box 461, Unley, SA 5061 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3789 Pres: Mike McAuliffe Sec: Ian Stewart Ph: 08 8346 2412 Ph: 08 8272 8566 IRYMPLE: Tuesday 6.15pm for 6.30pm Workingman’s Club, Deakin Ave, Mildura PO Box 5018, Mildura, Vic, 3502 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3787 Pres: Russell Witcombe Sec: Paul Gibbons Ph: 03 5025 2806 Ph: 03 5024 5407 KENT TOWN: Tuesday 6.15pm for 6.30pm Royal Hotel, Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town PO Box 2603, Kent Town, SA 5071 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club5442 Pres: Kaylene Kranz Sec: John Love Ph: 08 8121 9747 Ph: 0412 405 176 LAMEROO: Friday 6.30pm for 7pm Lameroo Hotel-Motel, 80 Railway Tce North, Lameroo PO Box 131, Lameroo, SA 5302 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3759 Pres: Doug Koch Sec: Annette Bannigan Ph: 08 8576 3090 Ph: 08 8576 3202 LOXTON: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Loxton Hotel-Motel, East Tce, Loxton PO Box 135, Loxton, SA 5333 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3760 Pres: Mike Woosnam Sec: Josephine Little Ph: 08 8584 4701 Ph: 08 8584 7875

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MAGILL SUNRISE: Tuesday 6.45am for7am (Breakfast) Hectorville Sporting Club, Fisher St, Magill PO Box 504, Magill, SA 5072 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3798 Pres: Ian Carman Sec: Licaria Scheepers Ph: 08 8332 4622 Ph: 08 8336 8818 MARION: Monday 6.15pm for 6.30pm Marion Hotel, 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park PO Box 37, Oaklands Park, SA 5046 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3761 Pres: Helen James Sec: Darrell Wise Ph: 08 8374 4292 Ph: 08 8370 6094 McLAREN VALE: Monday 6.30pm for 6.45pm Alma Hotel, Main St, Willunga PO Box 280, McLaren Vale, SA 5171 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3762 Pres: Kevin Lamb Sec: Dean Bartley Ph: 08 8556 2968 Ph: 08 8556 6701 MERBEIN: Thursday 6pm for 6.15pm Merbein Hotel, Cnr Game & Railway Ave, Merbein PO Box 268, Merbein, Vic, 3505 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3782 Pres: Anne Nash Sec: Kay Wagner Ph: 03 5023 1499 Ph: 03 5025 2585 MILDURA: Thursday 6pm for 6.15pm Grand Hotel Resort, Seventh St, Mildura PO Box 1108, Mildura, Vic, 3502 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3783 Pres: Sue Hamence Sec: Joy Teasdale Ph: 0418 134 194 Ph: 03 5023 0784 MILDURA DEAKIN: Wednesday 7.30am (Breakfast) Boulevard Motor Inn, Deakin Ave, Mildura PO Box 2218, Mildura, Vic, 3502 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3797 Pres: Anton Wurfel Sec: Noeleen Davis Ph: 0419 838 699 Ph: 03 5025 1393

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MITCHAM: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Edinburgh Hotel, High St, Mitcham PO Box 7, Mitcham Shopping Centre, Torrens Park, SA 5062 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3763 Pres: Robert Nottage Sec: David Jones Ph: 08 8351 0760 Ph: 08 8276 7615 MOBILONG: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Dundee’s Hotel, Jervois Rd, Murray Bridge PO Box 645, Murray Bridge, SA 5253 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3764 Pres: Lorraine Hurrell Sec: Dale Manson Ph: 08 8532 2543 Ph: 08 8532 5624 MORIALTA: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm The Rezz, 21 Hamilton Tce, Newton PO Box 121, Athelstone, 5076 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3790 Pres: Brian Sincock Sec: Peter Mayer Ph: 08 8266 4972 Ph: 08 8331 7604 MOUNT BARKER: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Mt Barker Golf Club, Bald Hills Rd, Mt Barker PO Box 111, Mt Barker, SA 5251 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3766 Pres: Darrol Magor Sec: Helen Charles Ph: 08 8391 4274 Ph: 08 8398 6009 MURRAY BRIDGE: Tuesday 6pm for 6.15pm Murray Bridge Golf Club, Ritter St, Murray Bridge PO Box 515, Murray Bridge, SA 5253 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3767 Pres: Robin LeGallez Sec: Samuel Cozens Ph: 08 8531 0207 Ph: 08 8532 1302 NOARLUNGA: Thursday 6.30pm for 7pm Rotary Hall, Brixton St, Christies Beach PO Box 110, Christies Beach, SA 5165 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3768 Pres: Dini Whyte Sec: Mark Simpson Ph: 08 8223 5533 Ph: 08 8326 8195

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NOARLUNGA EAST: Tuesday 6.15pm for 6.45pm Thaxted Park Golf Club, Panalatinga Road, Morphett Vale PO Box 328, Morphett Vale, SA 5162 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3769 Pres: Terry Brown Sec: Christine Markey Ph: 08 8322 2209 Ph: 08 8382 9276 NORWOOD: Tuesday 12.45pm for 1pm Don Pyatt Room, Norwood Town Hall, George St, Norwood PO Box 3588, Norwood, SA 5067 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3770 Pres: Robyn Baker Sec: Glenda Hedley Ph: 08 8362 2339 Ph: 08 8337 8364 ONKAPARINGA: Wednesday 6.30pm for 7pm Lobethal Hotel, Lobethal PO Box 121, Lobethal, SA 5241 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3771 Pres: Peter Templer Sec: Keith Broderick Ph: 08 8398 0873 Ph: 08 8389 7537 RED CLIFFS: Wednesday 6pm for 6.15pm Red Cliffs Club, Heytesbury Ave, Red Cliffs O Box 440, Red Cliffs, Vic 3496 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3784 Pres: John Hunt Sec: Peter Nancarrow Ph: 03 5024 3241 Ph: 03 5024 2446 RENMARK: Tuesday 6pm for 6.15pm Renmark Hotel Function Centre, Murray Ave, Renmark PO Box 28, Renmark, SA 5341 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3772 Pres: Mark Ellert Sec: Marj Lobban Ph: 08 8586 4776 Ph: 08 8586 6498 ROBINVALE- EUSTON: Tuesday 6pm for 6.30pm Robinvale Aged Care Hostel, 39 Latje Rd, Robinvale PO Box 761, Robinvale, Vic 3549 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3785 Pres: Rosa Chirchiglia Sec: Rosalie Handreck Ph: 03 5026 3716 Ph: 03 5026 3095

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SOMERTON PARK: Tuesday 7am for 7.15am (Breakfast) Adelaide International Hotel, 521 Anzac Hwy, Glenelg Nth PO Box 134, Glenelg, SA 5045 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3794 Pres: Peter Thompson Sec: Di Jackson Ph: 08 8376 1935 Ph: 08 7002 8016 SOUTH MILDURA: Monday 6.15pm for 6.30pm Mildura Grand Hotel, 27 Deakin Ave, Mildura PO Box 561, Mildura, Vic 3502 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3786 Pres: Peter Danson Sec: Mac Gordon Ph: 03 5021 4648 Ph: 03 5021 0298 ST PETERS: Tuesday 6pm for 6.15pm Kensington Hotel, 23 Regent St, Kensington PO Box 340, Marden, SA 5070 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3774 Pres: David Birkedale Sec: Greg Rogers Ph: 0412 441 760 Ph: 08 8266 0514 STIRLING: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Stirling Hotel, 52 Mt Barker Rd, Stirling PO Box 144, Stirling, SA 5152 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3775 Pres: Grant Andrew Sec: Ian Cogdall Ph: 08 8388 4133 Ph: 0414 509 067 STRATHALBYN: Tuesday 6.30pm for 7pm Victoria Hotel, Albyn Tce, Strathalbyn PO Box 193, Strathalbyn, SA 5255 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3776 Pres: Shirley True Sec: Mary Galea Ph: 08 8536 4220 Ph: 08 8537 0530 TAILEM BEND: Monday 6pm for 6.30pm Riverside Hotel, Princes Hwy, Tailem Bend PO Box 177, Tailem Bend, SA 5260 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3777 Pres: Noel Kneebone Sec: Wayne Gerlach Ph: 0418 528 116 Ph: 08 8572 3614

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UNLEY: Tuesday 6pm for 6.30pm Tiffins on the Park, Cnr George & Greenhill Rd, Parkside PO Box 18, Unley, SA 5061 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3778 Pres: Sheila Evans Sec: Janet Singh Ph: 08 8266 7435 Ph: 08 8462 1054 VICTOR HARBOR: Wednesday 6.30pm for 7pm Urimbirra Fauna Park Rest, Adelaide Rd, Victor Harbor PO Box 213, Victor Harbor, SA 5211 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3779 Pres: Graham Ewens Sec: John Cunningham Ph: 08 8552 3705 Ph: 0414 499 640 WAIKERIE: Wednesday 6pm for 6.30pm Waikerie Hotel, McCoy St, Waikerie PO Box 244, Waikerie, SA 5330 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3780 Pres: Maureen Sullivan Sec: Peter Wilson Ph: 08 8541 3887 Ph: 08 8541 4528 WENTWORTH: Tuesday 6pm for 6.15pm Crown Hotel, Darling St, Wentworth PO Box 130, Wentworth, NSW 2648 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3745 Pres: Gregg Housden Sec: Samantha Hilliard Ph: 03 5027 2228 Ph: 0408 189 085 YANKALILLA: Tuesday 6.30pm for 7pm Lilla’s Cafe, 117 Main St, Yankalilla PO Box 359, Yankalilla, SA 5203 Website: www.rotarynews.info/club3793 Pres: Gus Gauvin Sec: Des Chilton Ph: 0413 629 828 Ph: 0408 824 918

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