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Club Bulletin 19 and 24 June 2018

Meeting Numbers 1498 and 1499

Future Meetings On Tuesday 19 June we will have as Guest Speaker, Rob Christianson from the Orange Sky Charity Laundry. Members would be aware that this charity provides a clothes washing and drying service to the many homeless people living on the fringes of our communities. This is a mobile service and travels to where it is needed to uplift the personal hygiene and health of people living on the streets. This attendance was arranged by PP Peter T many months ago and the presentation should be very interesting. Also at this meeting we will see the induction as a corporate member Cathy Miller, CEO of Minda Inc. Cathy spoke to a Club meeting a couple of months ago and has accepted our invitation of corporate membership with the same terms as for Melissa Priest of the City of Holdfast Bay.

Past Meetings (1) At our meeting on Tuesday 15 May, we had Barry Heffernan from the William Kibby VC Veterans’ Shed as Guest Speaker. Barry is well known to us as spokesman for the veterans who are in contact with him and he spoke of their project of providing “care dogs” to those veterans who are at risk of self harm. Barry advised that 95 suicides took place last year and care dogs provide companionship and warning of impending disaster. The dogs require intensive training and veterinary care throughout their life and the project being promoted by Barry is called “Vets for Vets”. The club Board has agreed to donate $1000 towards dog training and/or the “Vets for Vets” program.

Sunday 24 June will be our Changeover Lunch at the Glenelg Golf Club, 12.00 for 12.30pm. Cost is $45.00 per person and your RSVP is required by Tuesday 19 June. As with all Changeovers, we will recognize the many achievements of President Rob and his Board over the past year and welcome in as President for the next Rotary year, Bill Rawlins who will introduce his team. Barry Heffernan pictured with President Rob

On 15 May, as well as Barry Heffernan, we were privileged to hear from one of our newer members, Wayne Leaves. Wayne spoke about some of his activities during his life in Australia and New Zealand. He is very keen to contribute to the community through Rotary and has become involved in a number of projects so far. We look forward to a long term association with Wayne.


Club Bulletin 19 and 24 June 2018 Past Meetings (2)

Zel, aka “Zelly Been” works hard at his business of dog walking under the name of “GoodBoys Dogwalking” and has funded the purchase of cameras, comOn Tuesday 5 June we were privileged to have as puter hardware and software from his dog walking Guest speaker, Zel Whiting accompanied by his business. mother. Zel is a most impressive young man, 12 years He has formally thanked our club for the help given of age, and attends Glenelg Primary School in to him by us and offered to assist us in any way he Year6/7. can. Zel wrote to us last year asking for financial assisA delightful and entrepeneurial young man. tance for him to travel to Darwin with his mother so he could spend time at the Territory Wildlife Park as “Artist in the Park”. We agreed to fund his airfare to and from Darwin and Zel spent two weeks filming a short (5 minute) documentary on the Northern Quoll entitled “Cane Toad Brighton Bike Pump Track: Smart and getting Quollified”. The building of a roofed shelter with seating and an Over many years, the Cane Toad has moved across electric barbecue was completed by the contractor the Northern tropics and became established in the under budget which left money for the purchase of NT including Kakadu. plants and shrubs to landscape the area. (pictured The Quoll is not a cute and cuddly creature as seen by below) its teeth which it’s not afraid to use. For this reason, it A group of members gathered on Tuesday morning attacks and eats cane toads which are poisonous to 22 May to plant the shrubs etc. most animals including the Quoll. What to do? Angus Neill Reserve: Zel’s film attempts to bring this problem into the open Work is progressing well and appears to be on and will be exhibited at a film festival in November. He schedule. The official opening (reopening) will be on also produced a film last year on the Australian Giant Sunday 9 September to which we are all invited. Cuttlefish at Point Lowly near Whyalla. Brilliant!

Fund my Neighbourhood Projects

Zel shown with PP Brenley

Brighton Bike Pump Track Shelter and Barbecue 2


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Our Club sign has been placed on the fence adjacent to the Brighton Oval Skate Park on Brighton Road. A smaller version of this sign has been donated by Margie and Nigel Gulliver of DesignWorks. This will be used at appropriate events such as Bunnings BBQ’s. Cathy Miller, CEO of Minda Inc has accepted our offer for Minda Inc to become the second corporate member of our club. The offer is on the same terms as that accepted by the City of Holdfast Bay. Carhy’s induction will be on 19 June. Pres elect Bill is exploring possible sites for another Money Spinner and Brighton Central Shopping Centre may be available. The Board worked through the distribution of funds as the end of the Rotary year draws near. Refer to the full minutes for details. A Buffet Lunch for members, partners and friends will be held at the “Taste of the Himalayas” on Sunday 29 July as thank you for their donation to our Quiz Night. Planning for our revamped major raffle is underway A significant prize has been obtained (1 week holiday in Mildura). More travel related prizes are needed and Wayne is looking to broaden ticket distribution base. The previous application for a District Grant for a large illuminated safety sign near the Glenelg SLSC was not approved. Trevor and Bill to consult with PDG Jerry Casburn re new application due in July. A letter was received from the “One and All” youth experience voyage which took place in January. Member Max Dalrymple mentored sponsored student Drew Tallisker. Details will be published in the Bulletin at a later date.

Quiz Night Our annual Quiz Night on Friday 25 May was a HUGE success thanks to the organisation of Marianne and her team and the support of members and friends. A total of almost $6000 was raised on the night; a figure to be justifiably proud of.

Christmas Raffle Prizes Wayne Leaves is currently working on obtaining donated prizes for our annual raffle. It was agreed at Board level that we would revise this year’s raffle in two major ways. 1.

Prizes on offer are to be obtained at no cost to the Club to minimise financial risk We have already had the major prize donated, a week’s stay for two people at Mildura. Wayne needs your help in getting more “travel related” prizes to fill a substantial prize list.

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Most tickets will be offered to local community groups to sell and then keep the entire pro ceeds of their sales. Tickets sold by members will cover the cost of running the raffle (licence, ticket printing). Any surplus will go into our Pro ject account

Useful Websites for Club, District and RI Information Club Calendar: http://www.rotarynews.info/2/club/3794/8769 Club Page: http://www.rotarynews.info/club3794 District Page: http://www.rotarynews.info/district9520 3


Club Bulletin 19 and 24 June 2018 Board of Directors 2017-2018 President

Rob Harding

Secretary

Barb Humphries

Treasurer

Brenton Aird

Minutes Secretary

Rosalien van Loon

President Elect

Bill Rawlins

Immediate Past President Mark Thomas Community Service

Malcolm Axford

International Service

Marianne Harding

Membership

Peter Ochota

Youth Programs

Brenley Milsom

Foundation and Grants Trevor Andrew Fellowship Sergeant

Bronwyn Lambert Pam Maxwell

Meeting Program Meeting 1498 Date

Speaker/ Activity

19 June

Meeting 1499 24 June

FIRST and THIRD TUESDAY

Is itMONTH the TRUTH? OF EACH at 7.00am

Is it FAIR to all Concerned? Adelaide International Motel Will it build GOODWILL and better FRIENDSHIPS? 521 Anzac Highway Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Glenelg North The Four Way Test Club Contact Details: Of The Things We Think, Say or Do: ThePO Four Way Test Box 134 Of The Things We Think, Say or Do: Glenelg SA 5045 Is it the TRUTH? Secretary Barb Humphries Is it FAIR to all Concerned? Email: thehumpies@yahoo.com.au Will it build GOODWILL and better FRIENDSHIPS? Club email: somertonpark@rotaryclub.org.au Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Website: http://www.rotarynews.info/Club3794/

Is it FAIR to all Concerned?

Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build GOODWILL and better FRIENDSHIPS?

Rob Christianson Changeover Lunch

John Yard

Trevor Andrew

Door

Ladies

Ladies

Setup

Men

Men

Chairman

The Four Way Test CLUB MEETINGS Of The Things We Think, Say or Do:

THE FOUR WAY TEST OF THE THINGS WE Is it the TRUTH? THINK, SAY OR DO

Orange Sky Charity Laundry

Topic

Club Meeting and Contact Details

Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Speaker’s Coordinator and Program: Peter Thompson 0438 949 544 Bulletin Editor: Don Overall 0418 807 222 Shed/Property Mngr. Bill Rawlins 0418 834 531 Shed (District): John Yard 0418 834 531 Website, IT, & Social Media Administrator: Brenley Milsom: brenleym@bigpond.net.au Risk Management: Brenton Aird 0417 832 935 4

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