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October iEconomic and Community Development Month                                  14 October 2020 
 
                                                                                         
                                                                    
The Nobel Peace Prize 2020 was awarded to
 
THE UN'S World Food Programme (WFP)
  "for its efforts to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict."
 
Click the image for more info re  The United Nation's  World Food Program
OUR  NEXT  MEETING
 
Wednesday 14th October on Zoom at 7:00 pm
 
The zoom room opens at 6:45pm for Fellowship 
 
PROGRAM :   A RADIO PLAY                          
Fibber McGee and Molly
Fibber gets his Hand caught in a Bottle
Date: Jan 28 1941
 
Program for 21st  OctoberEmma Fulu - Ex Rotary Exchange
Founder & ED - Equality Institute Dealing with Domestic Violence
 
To view program for the  weeks ahead, visit   SPEAKERS
 
 
OUR SPEAKER LAST WEEK
 
 
DISTRICT GOVERNOR ALMA REYNOLDS
 
President Colin welcomed our District Governor Alma Reynolds and her husband Rotarian Greg King.
More about Alma at
 
Alma began her presentation with a quote from Holger Knaack when, as President Elect of RI, he announced his Presidential Theme for 2020 -2021.
 
“Rotary is not just a club you join, but an invitation to endless opportunity.”
 
She went on to describe her role and the role of District to be one of facilitator: enabling clubs to “be the best they could be”
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SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
 
Thank you to all our volunteers.
We have 48 stalls booked, so it should be a good day.
 
FORTHCOMING EVENTS
 
 
MONDAY OCTOBER 19

The Challenge of COVID Recovery

Guest Speaker : John Hewson

Registration and details   HERE

 
MONDAY OCTOBER 26 at 6:20 pm
 
Celebrate WORLD POLIO DAY
with renowned Polio Survivor Rtn John Soe when he presents:
 
Living Positively, One Step at a Time
 
A highly inspirational and motivating presentation.
 
Hosted by Rotary Manningham – welcoming all Rotarians and Guests
 
Learn more and register for the event at:
 
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12
 
‘No Time to Die’
Presented by the Rotary Club of Wandin Inc. 
Proceeds to help fund the
Taveuni (Fiji) Eye Surgery project.
        Details at                           NO TIME TO DIE 
(subject to COVID restrictions)
 
A WORLD OF ROTARY STORIES
 
 
October is Economic and Community Development Month
 
 
Milking Cow and Goat Project
Marks10 year Milestone
 
This project of  RC Healesville began
with a request for a supply of milk to nourish
starving  and HIV affected
schoolchildren in Kenya.
Read how the project has grown and serves its community
find the story for yourself as it features
on Pages 31 - 32 of RDU October 2020
 
Learn more about the project  on its website at
 
 
GOAT POWER
 
how herding is empowering women in rural Africa – in pictures.
 
While this is not a Rotary Story, I feel it complements the Rotary story above.
Wonderful photos from Chris de Bode
I found the story in The Guardian
 
Read it at    GOAT POWER
 
 
 
Australian Communities
will  need lots of support
after the dual disasters of the
last bushfire season and COVID-19
 
This story on
FIGHTING POVERTY
in the US seems apt.

Fighting Poverty on a small scale.
 
 
Read this story from RI at 
 
 
View our   OCTOBER CELEBRATIONS
 
JUST FOR FUN FROM OUR MEMBERS
 
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
 
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COLLECTIONS
 
Club members collect a wide variety of items to provide resources in cash or kind for organisations we support. 
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RI & DISTRICT 9810 LINKS
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MAGAZINE LINKS
 
Rotary Districts and Rotary Special interest Groups provide a wide range of informative and engaging on-line magazines and journals. Access some of them from the links provided.
 
New Issues this week: HIGHLIGHTS   OCT. 2020
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CLUB INFORMATION
 
OUR WEBSITECONTACT rotarynunawading@gmail.com
 
For Meeting information, postal address and Club executives:
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The speakers sessions  from this conference can viewed by clicking the link below
Bulletin Editor
Lesley Arnolda
ClubRunner Mobile
From Rotary District 6330 website