Executives & Directors
President Elect
Community Service
Vocational Service
Club Service
International Service
Rotary Foundation
Public Relations
Youth Service
Mar 13, 2019
Mar 20, 2019
Warrrnambool Milk Industry
Mar 27, 2019
Apr 03, 2019
A walk in the Gardens
Apr 10, 2019
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Upcoming Events
Peace Concert
Lighthouse Theatre
Mar 07, 2019
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Yanick and Lea's 'Green Book' movie night.
Capitol Cinema
Mar 21, 2019
District Conference
Mar 23, 2019
Social Bowls night.
City Memorial Bowls Club.
Mar 27, 2019 5:30 PM
Warrnambool Central Rotary Charity Auction
Apr 06, 2019
Wine Tasting Night
May 31, 2019
Warrnambool Central change-over dinner.
Jun 29, 2019


Attendance: Nooka counted 31, Pam served 33.  Janick and Lea were our guests.

Meal: Stir fry noodles with beef and a side of onion rings (take a moment to appreciate that combination), with some of those biodegradable packaging peanuts as garnish.  Brilliant.

Brendan opened the meeting with a very well received joke before introducing our President.  President Lew stood up, announced he was off to a funeral, and then left.  Tim filled in admirably.

Knuckles filled everyone in on the bowls night he has organized for the 27th of March.

James welcomed Stu back from the Melgat Surgical Camp in India.

Rob informed members of his very successful sales of Peace Concert tickets.  Well done to Rob and James, who promoted the concert heavily on Facebook.

Bob and Ronnie asked members to bring a $30+ bottle of wine for the auction ‘Instant Wine Cellar’ next week.  Rowan keenly observed that; ‘that is three bottles of wine’.

Bob also advised us that the wine tasting night is locked in for Friday the 31st of May.

Matt asked members to consider volunteering for ‘Standing Tall’.  It only requires about an hour each week.  ’Standing Tall’ is currently about twenty volunteers short, so they would appreciate any assistance.

Lea and Janick reminded members of their 21st March ‘Green Book’ movie night fundraiser.  Please talk to Lea or Janick and secure your tickets.

Tony ‘Parkinson’ Grace interviewed Peter ‘The Apostle’ Ward about himself and his life.  We learned that Peter moved around as a young boy as his father was a Baptist clergyman prior to becoming a dairy farmer.  Peter tried his hand at a few things before becoming a primary school teacher.  Peter is married with six children ‘due to carelessness rather than Catholicism’.  Fair enough.  We thank Peter and Gracey for their interesting presentation.  It is great having Peter in our club.

Rowan closed out the meeting with a fines session which you correspondent missed due to a leak in a braided hose.

Peter and Parko speak.

Pip recommends wearing high-vis personal protective equipment during any attempt to  repair the microphone.

Car Safety.

Pip advises that you will be able to drive the Rambler to visit your child in hospital before it needs its first chassis  lubrication.

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