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District Governor 9510 Jeff Neale Area Governor (Group 10) Shiralee Judge
  Club President James Hawker Club Immediate Past President Shawn Hutchinson
Club President Elect Karen Nolan Club Secretary Florence Yeardley 
 
Meeting Monday, 02/05/2022
Meeting Number 2576
The RC Mt Barker meets every Monday evening from 6.30-8.00 pm at
Auchendorroch House, 17 Adelaide Rd, Mt Barker
Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta 
Sergeant at Arms:  Ian Rose
Invocation:   Peter Baur
Loyal Toast :  Richard Yeardley
COVID Marshall:  Ian Rose
President, James Hawker
Opened the meeting, welcomed Rotarians in particular, Group 10 Area Governor, Shiralee Judge, President John Rowley, RC Blakiston and visitors Justin Hill, Kathy Horn (FOR), Judy Hawker (Hungry No More) and Jason Rose.  Apologies from Shanon Prum who is attending a 12 week course on Monday evenings. 
  • DG Jeff Neale invites us all to the Rotary Foundation Committee luncheon on the 15th May at 12.30 to be held at 191 Reservoir Rod, Modbury where excellent speakers will help guests to understand more about the Rotary Foundation.
  • Clay Pigeon shoot to be held at Monarto on the 4 th June.  Details to be advised.
  • Would all Rotarians ensure they have a Working With Children and Working With Vulnerable People Certificate and Covid Marshall training.  All of these completed online.
The Rotary Foundation
The Rotary District 9510 Foundation Committee invites you and your guests to a Rotary Foundation Lunch (Partners, friends and fellow club members welcome).
Special Guest Speakers -
PDG Greg Marlow - Arch Klumph Society Trustees Circle and
PDG Dennis Shore - Endowment and Major Gifts Adviser Rotary Foundation Australia
* The Polio Ute Relay Raffle will be drawn at this event at 2pm
Tickets for the the event are $50.00 (plus booking fee)
One of tonight's tables included 6 people whose names all began with the letter "J."  viz:  Justin, John, James, Judy, Jason and Jack.  Should we be known as the "J" club?
Richard informed us that our beloved secretary Florence is in the Stirling Hospital after a successful operation. She will be home on Wednesday to begin her long period of recovery.  Thinking of you Florence.
Community Service and Fundraising Director, Peter Baur
  • Thanks to Dave and Jack for assistance cleaning the concrete poles from two Playford City playgrounds and transporting them to DIK.
  • Sunday 15th May- Science Fair at Cornerstone College.  Roster full.  Would the morning shift please meet at the Rotary shed at 0700.
  • Saturday 21st May- Red Shield Appeal,  Bunnings BBQ.  Need one more person for the afternoon shift,  12.30-5.00pm.
  • Sunday 22nd May - Birdwood Farm Day.  Roster full.
  • Sunday 29th May- Mt Barker Athletics Club BBQ.  Roster will be produced once details are known.
Treasurer, Rod Cooper
  • Members have received order forms for Howard's Winery.  Please order for your friends and families.  On the 23rd May you will be able to taste the wines available but don't wait.  Order now. 
  • Thanks to all who cooked and assisted at  the RSL Anzac Day breakfast.  RSL President Barry Cross informed Rod that as the club owns the building, they  need $950 for smoke detectors.  At our last Board meeting the Board agreed to donate these funds to the RSL.  Rod went there for morning tea and made them announcement to the RSL members who were extremely appreciative.
  • A submission has been made to SA Power Network for a grant to assist our club to send groups to Yankannina.  The grant application was made in November.  We are still waiting for an outcome.
Michael Bagshaw, Operation Flinders sub committee chair.
Michael reported that Penni, Ray, Karen and Dave will attend Operation Flinders this weekend along with teams from Cornerstone College.  Students from Mt Barker High School may attend on exercise 3, 4 or 5.
Yankannina is looking green and has many birds after the recent rains.  There are currently no kangaroos or goats, a good thing. 
The High Ropes is now finalised and will be used for the first time.  President James has asked that attendees report back on High Ropes if possible.
Thanks to Andy Byrne and to the club for their support.
 
Ingi Abdelshafei, 2022-23 Director International Committee.
Inji attended the District President Elect Training Session and District Assembly at the weekend.  Saturday was for the Presidents Elect and Sunday was training for all Rotarians. 
Penni, Shiralee, Karen and Inji attended the District Assembly on Sunday.
The plenary session was excellent and very welcoming. Next year's theme Imagine Rotary was explained. Discussions were held about membership and how to modernise the image of Rotary. 
Inji attended the session on the Rotary Foundation unpacked, delivered by the chair, Marie-Louise Lees and district grants delivered by chair, PDG Jane Owens.  
Youth and International.  Other programs to which we could contribute were explained. 
An overview of Youth programs was given.  viz:  RYPEN, RYLA, MUNA, RAIC, Sailing Challenge, Science Programs- NYSF, SIEMENS SCIENCE EXPERIENCE, HOTR and group programs RYDA and RYWELL.
Group 10, Area Governor, Shiralee Judge, Guest Speaker
Shiralee spoke to us about the requirements and need for all members to have a Working With Children and Working With Vulnerable People Certificate. What is it?  Why is it needed?
 
THE POLICY:
 
Rotary International’s Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth.
 
Rotary International strives to create and maintain a safe environment for all youth who participate in Rotary activities. To the best of their ability, Rotarians, Rotarians’ spouses and partners and other volunteers must safeguard the children and young people they come into contact with and protect them from physical, sexual and psychological abuse.
 
MASTER POLICY District 9510
THIS PROTECTION POLICY IS AVAILABLE ON THE DISTRICT wEBSITE.
 
 ThE manual sets out the principles and protection procedures adopted by District 9510 to provide protection for all participants in district or club programs designed to assist others. 
 
Click below to read the full District 9510 Master Protection Policy:
 
https://rotary9510.org/documents/en-ca/bbd083e0-7691-4bba-9411-e032b5543f6e/1
 
Shiralee then assisted members to apply for these checks on line.
Upcoming Speakers for the next 2 months
May 30, 2022
Rotary Brand Centre
Jun 06, 2022 6:30 PM
Jun 13, 2022
Queen's Birthday
Jun 20, 2022
Have we acheived our predicted goals?
Jun 25, 2022 9:00 AM
Induction of President Karen
Jun 27, 2022
Jul 04, 2022
Club Photos
Jul 11, 2022
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Upcoming Events for the Next 3 Months
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
May 25, 2022 10:30 AM
 
Mount Barker Athletics Club BBQ
Keith Stephenson Park
May 29, 2022
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
 
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
Jun 01, 2022 10:30 AM
 
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
Jun 08, 2022 10:30 AM
 
No meeting. Public Holiday. Queen's Birthday.
Jun 13, 2022
 
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
Jun 15, 2022 10:30 AM
 
Combined Board Meeting 22-23
83 Native Avenue
Jun 16, 2022
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
Jun 22, 2022 10:30 AM
 
Coffee Catchup
Laratinga Cafe
Jun 29, 2022 10:30 AM
 
Hungry No More
Jul 10, 2022
 
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Happy Birthday
To Delice Mulimbalimba, for May 05
and to Bobby Cleveland, for May 13
Sergeant Ian Rose: Fined us as usual and told his weekly joke. 
 
Clay pigeon shooting
Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting, and formally known as Inanimate Bird Shooting, is the art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons or clay targets.The terminology commonly used by clay shooting  often relates to times past when live-pigeon competitions were held.  Although such competitions were made illegal in the UK in 1921, a target may still be called a “bird”, a hit may be referred to as a “kill”, and a missed target as a “bird away”; the machine which projects the targets is still known as a “trap”.
A COVID Marshal plays an important role in making sure  events are COVIDSafe at all times, protecting volunteers, punters and members of the community.
 
President James closed the meeting with the following quote:
 
‘A PESSIMIST- sees a dark tunnel
AN OPTIMIST - sees light at the end of the tunnel
A REALIST - sees a freight train
THE TRAIN DRIVER - sees 3 idiots standing on the tracks.’
 
Author unknown.

VOCATION:

Rotarian  Dr Angie Shafei  is Director of Healthcare Management Programs at Flinders University

VOCATION:
Rotarian Dr Luc Mulimbalimba is the founder of MHCD, a small group of volunteers based in Australia passionate about helping the people of DR Congo, primarily through supporting the work of Mission in Health Care and Development (MHCD)
The RC Mt Barker is sponsored by Howard Vineyard.
The RC Mt Barker is sponsored by the Royal Adelaide Show.
The RC Mt Barker is sponsored by Sophie's Garden.
Secretary email:   rotaryclubofmtbarker@gmail.com
 
Apologies and Visitors/Guests to:  Mary Roebuck
wsq@activ8.net.au  Mob:  0412 808 444