After Sargeant Rob McLennan opened the meeting, President Yvette was delighted to invite Helen Angove and David Rowe to the podium.
The Club bestowed on Helen and her son David Hemer the "David Rowe Community Service" Award for their "16 years of service on the Sunday night Bread Run servicing the Moore Street Centre and Ronald McDonald House". The weekly commitment of picking up freshly baked but leftover bread and cakes from Baker's Delight in North Adelaide Shopping Centre (in sacks cleaned weekly by Helen) and then delivered to people in need was a big commitment for the family. Helen was delighted to receive a cheque of $500 to share with David for their efforts, and when President Yvette dropped the plaques off to Helen, she proudly placed hers near Bob's Member of the Order of Australia (AM) award and photo.
Club Assembly - June 18 meeting
PDG Marie Dorrington, who is also the District Trainer will be presenting the findings of our Club's recent Club Survey - and will invite discussion from Club members. The survey findings will be sent to all members this week; please read it before our June 18 meeting.
This will be a meeting closed to visitors, and it would be great if ALL members could attend to discuss our Club's way forward.
* Rob McLennan visited his new 9 week old grandson while in England; Henry Robert is doing well! Rob also did a make-up with the RC of Kendall South, and visited the grave of his Great Great Grandfather in Dingwell, north of Inverness, Scotland. Of his 8 kids, one went to NZ and Rob's ancestor came to Australia.
* See Terry Rodoni for Entertainment books or electronic access.
* Vocation & Youth Director John Wotherspoon asked members to put forward names of 18-25 year olds that may be interested in attending a Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) course from 11-17 July at Nunyara, Belair. Our Club is considering sending one student to the RYLA course.
* Reminder - working bee in Di Casey's garden on Sunday 14 June from 10am. Trimming and weeding will go a long way in tidying up Di's lovely serenity garden. Bring your own BBQ meats, salads, drinks.
* Don't forget to book a seat at the District Changeover to be held at the Kooyonga Golf Course on Sunday 28 June, 10am for 10.30am start. Cost $45pp. RSVP by 19 June. Bookings via http://e.mybookingmanager.com/DGChangeover2015. Give DG John and Julie your support for their outstanding year of service to Rotary International.
* Reminder that the Rotaract Changeover will be held on Friday 19 June at 7.00pm at the Caledonian Hotel. Cost $25pp. Please support our Rotaractors.
1. Pichi Richi Marathon
The RC Port Augusta in conjunction with Alinta Energy are again running the Pichi Richi marathon on Sunday 28 June. Entry details are on the attached flyer.
2. Henley on Todd major project
Assa Abloy, our major sponsor, will contribute $10,000 to kick start the campaign. You don’t need to contribute that amount or even a tenth of that amount! - It’s fine if you can – but any amount, even as little as $2 will help. Remember – from little things – big things grow! Our aim is to raise $100,000 for the Fred Hollows Foundation to be able to deliver make safe programs that will end the occurrence of Trachoma in our remote communities. We are the only first world country in the world that has a prevalence of Trachoma!
You can help by:
1. Making one or many contribution(s);
2. Circulating this information to your family, friends and networks;
3. Asking your friends, family and networks to circulate this opportunity to be part of making a difference;
4. Having BBQ’s / lunches / morning or afternoon teas at work and raising funds which are donated on line.
Be part of a great initiative and you can say “We Did This”!
Please see attached Media and go to the website http://www.gofundme.com/endtrachoma to read about why we are doing this and to contribute to the effort.
Looking forward to your support to END TRACHOMA BY 2020 IN OUR REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES!
Anjali Palmer Mob: 0428 605 674, Secretary, Henley on Todd
3. RC Adelaide Presidential Changeover
The Adelaide RC Presidential Changeover will be held on Wednesday 24 June, 12 noon for 12.25 start at the Adelaide Oval. See the attachment for full details. 4. Adelaide Parks Cabaret/ Dance fundraiser
The RC of Adelaide Parks would like you to join them for a cabaret on 1 August. Come dancing or just come to enjoy the 60s and 70s music. See the attachment for details.
5. RC Regency Park Presidential Changeover
The Regency Pk RC changeover will be held on 30 June, 6.30 p m for 7.00 pm at the Caledonian Hotel. See the attached flyer for full details.
6. Advance Notice - Corolla Capers No 15 will be on again from 4th to 11th July - This year “Up the Darling”
7. District Grant Report – RC Port Pirie
Attached is a brief report on the District Grant that RC Port Pirie conducted in conjunction with RC Dau District 3790 at the Macapagal Village Elementary School, Pampanga, Philippines.
8.Adelaide City Rotaract Club Changeover
Adelaide City Rotaract Club are having Their changeover on Friday 19 June, 7pm at the Caledonian Hotel on O'Connell St. Tickets are $25 for cocktail food, and it will be quite an informal, social evening. We hope you can make it It would be great to see you all there! Tickets can be purchased via this link: http://www.trybooking.com/138655 Please Add this date to your Diary
9. ROMAC Letter for Club Presidents
This time of the year many clubs are allocating the balance of their annual fundraising and ROMAC needs and deserves your financial support. The more funds we can secure, the more desperate children in the Oceania region we can help.
Remember ROMAC it is not just another District supported medical program, it is run totally by Rotarian volunteers, is Rotary International approved and sanctioned and unlike other programs is proudly able to display the Rotary International logo as part of its own logo. Have a look at the attachment to see how your club can help.
For the benefit of members, we will aim to give the Duty Roster a few weeks ahead - see below.
11 June 2015
18 June 2015
25 June 2015
Terry Rodoni/David Riggall 14/6/15
David Rowe & Graham Smith 21/6/15
28/6/15 Vinda Kong & Richard Jarrett
Chairman: meets/ greets speaker for the meeting; introduces and thanks speaker preparation:- find details about the speaker prior to the meeting. Attendance: set up reception table (attendance sheet; members list – re -payments; guest welcome sheet; money; wine raffle sheet; ticket books); register member payments/ apologies/ guests. Hosting: set up name badges display; welcome all at the door; ensure speaker and guests are introduced to appropriate persons. Furniture: flags; banner display; raffle balls; collection boxes; Rotary theme banner; S-A gong and hammer; lectern position before and returned after the meeting. Toshiba laptop set up – Connect to projector. Switch on. Hold function key & press F5 twice. Invocation: reciting Rotary or other invocation relating to Rotary and fellowship. Bottles/cans: collect bags of bottles/cans at meeting and take to recycle centre for refund, pass refund and empty bags to David Rowe at next meeting Members’ Corner: write for the Newsletter on a topic of your choice, particularly during the 3 weeks you appear here on the roster, but also anytime you have something to say. Rotaract, Church, Bread roster: Roster is for the Sunday/Monday after the meeting date. Rotaract: Meets alternate Mondays at 6pm (for a 630pm start) at the General Havelock Hotel in Hutt Street. Church: Sundays, 5.30pm at Pilgrim Uniting Church, 12 Flinders St (Park via boom gate in Flinders St. from 5pm).
Members rostered for Thursday morning duty are asked to be in attendance by 6.45am
For good food, for good fellowship and the opportunity to serve through Rotary, we give thanks
Rotary Club of Adelaide Light Mission Statement
To be recognised as the Service Club of Choice in the Eastern Precinct of Adelaide because we are a Friendly Breakfast Club that appeals to a broad range of busy people who want to make a difference to local and international communities.