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The trip to Packsaddle in far western NSW was a fantastic success and great example of how our club can support significant community projects.  The project was the brainchild of our friend of Rotary – Sara Evans – who managed to bring together the resources of many diverse organisations to see project grow from an idea, to delivery to a grateful community in a little known isolated region.   Even though the area was so remote we had a great contingent of Rotarians  who made the trek to stay at the Packsaddle Roadhouse, distribute the donated items and get to meet the locals over a Bar B Q.  The appreciation shown by the community was great to see and they welcomed us with open arms and a smile.  
 
              
 
                           
 
Gosford North  Rotary Madagascar School Desk Project 
 
 
                           
                                    
 
                      “Education is the only way out of Madagascar's major economic and
                      overpopulation problems, it is vital that we should make student 
                                  learning as comfortable as possible”….Colonel Miha
 
This project is to provide expertise, purchase timber, supply power tools/equipment & provide manpower to build 3 seater student desks in identified schools. Students are presently sitting on concrete floors as no funding for school furniture is available.
Australian Rotary team will travel to area to oversee project


 
 
                                     
 
Gosford North  Rotary  Madagascar Wheelchair Project(new)
                                      
 
                                                                   HOPE, MOBILITY & FREEDOM
                                     
 
To ship & distribute new wheelchairs to the severely disabled/handicapped people of Madagascar. Beneficiary selection & distribution assistance will be provided by incountry Rotary Clubs. Presently the disabled/handicapped of Madagascar are crawling around on their hands & knees as wheelchairs are not affordableAustralian Rotary team will travel to area to monitor distribution
 
These wheelchairs will be supplied through a joint project with the
Rotary Club of West Gosford  and
 Wheelcahairs Australia
 
 
The SEWAID Program   
   
       What is Sewaid ?
Sewaid is a program which offers selected women in very poor countries the opportunity to not only learn to sew, but to also provide them with the machines, equipment and skills they need to start a small home business in dressmaking or alterations and repair
Hand-operated Sewing Machines for Mahorosy
Sewaid is pleased to have supplied a brand new Singer hand operated sewing machine for Mahorosy Limbiko, as well as a parcel of haberdashery and sewing tools to help her re-start her sewing business. These were handed over to Peter Pearce of North Gosford Rotary Club to be included in their container of goods destined for Madagascar in June.
We at Sewaid take this opportunity to wish Mahorosy and her grandson, Barthelemy all the best for a brighter future. Mahorosy has endured some severe setbacks in her life and she has faced them with tremendous strength, grace and dignity and, in her struggle to raise her grandson and give him the best life she can provide, she is an inspiration to us all.
 
 
Can you help us to keep up this great work?
 
Please go to donation tab on the home
if you can help
 
Thank you.
The Rotary/RSL
 
 Kokoda Project
 
 
In 1992 Rotatian John Phillips  
In 1994 three Rotarians traveled to a small village in Oro province Papua New Guinea to build a aid post.
These were team leader John Phillips, Ray Southeren and John Durmon.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Over the next 15 year with the help of Rotaian from all over Australia, the project constructed another 9 aid post.  
ROTARY MADAGASCAR PROJECT
 
  • Peter Pearce, Rotarian, Gosford North Rotary and Gosford City Council Citizen of the Year for 2014 and David Rivett, Rotarian, Gosford North Rotary will be walking from John ‘O’Groats to Lands End in United Kingdom to raise funds for Wheelchairs & Desks for Madagascar.
     
  • David Rivett will walk part of the route; however, his main role will be to provide support to Peter Pearce.
     
  • Peter Pearce and David Rivett leave Sydney Kingsford Airport on Saturday, 7 June 2014.
     
  • The walk commences on 10 June 2014 at John ‘O’Groats in the Highlands Scotland and will take approximately 79 days to reach Lands End in far south west of United Kingdom on 27 August 2014.
     
  • The Marathon Walk is 1100 miles or 1770kms.
     
  • The marathon walk includes, “The Great Glen Way” which stretches for 117 km from coast to coast across the Highlands, linking the main centres of Fort William and Inverness.
     
  • 152 km walk along the “West Highland Way”, which transverses the Loch Lomand & Trossachs National Park.
     
  • “The Pennine Way”, a 270-mile or 432 km walk from the Peak District National Park along the Pennine ridge through the Yorkshire Dales down to the Scottish Borders.
     
  • Peter and David will visit many cities and towns along the route, including Inverness and Edinburgh in Scotland, Worcester, Gloucester and Bath in England, finishing in Cornwall at Lands End.
     
  • Contact has been made with District & Local Rotary Clubs in United Kingdom to gain their support for the marathon walk to raise funds for the Madagascar Project.
     
  • It is anticipated Rotary Clubs will meet Peter and David along the way. They plan to do it tough by free camping or staying in van Parks at night.
     
  • A brand new wheelchair delivered by Rotarians direct to a beneficiary in Madagascar costs $180.
     
  • The full price of a desk constructed in Madagascar by Rotarians is $15.
     
  • Peter and David will be visiting Madagascar in late September/October 2014 to distribute wheelchairs, and assist the local people of Madagascar construct school desks.
     
To Donate please  visit   www.gosfordnorthrotary.org and click on ‘Donate’ in top right corner
 
 
http://binged.it/1k0op3P  Map of the Route.
 
 
 
The club's annual
International Night
All proceeds go to
Nepal Dental Project
 
Great Guest Speaker
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Next Weeks Meeting
Police Local Area Command
Superintendent Danny Sullivan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The club cooking 2000 sausages
for the NSW Railway Christmas Party held and the Australia Reptile Park
 
 
Grafitti Removal
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Annie at the waterfront
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       President Mark Leary

 
Gosford North Rotary Club was charted in April 1972 and is one of five clubs in the Gosford city area. We have about 40 members of various ages and vocations. Over the years we have had many great projects both local and overseas and always have great fun carrying them out. 
 
 Why not come and join  us at a club meeting.
 
To book in just call Barry McClure  43841790
 
Home Page News
The trip to Packsaddle in far western NSW was a fantastic success and great example of how our club can support significant community projects.  The project was the brainchild of our friend of Rotary – Sara Evans – who managed to bring together the resources of many diverse organisations to see project grow from an idea, to delivery to a grateful community in a little known isolated region.   Even though the area was so remote we had a great contingent of Rotarians  who made the trek to stay at the Packsaddle Roadhouse, distribute the donated items and get to meet the locals over a Bar B Q.  The appreciation shown by the community was great to see and they welcomed us with open arms and a smile.  
 
              
 
                           
 
Gosford North  Rotary Madagascar School Desk Project 
 
 
                           
                                    
 
                      “Education is the only way out of Madagascar's major economic and
                      overpopulation problems, it is vital that we should make student 
                                  learning as comfortable as possible”….Colonel Miha
 
This project is to provide expertise, purchase timber, supply power tools/equipment & provide manpower to build 3 seater student desks in identified schools. Students are presently sitting on concrete floors as no funding for school furniture is available.
Australian Rotary team will travel to area to oversee project


 
 
                                     
 
Gosford North  Rotary  Madagascar Wheelchair Project(new)
                                      
 
                                                                   HOPE, MOBILITY & FREEDOM
                                     
 
To ship & distribute new wheelchairs to the severely disabled/handicapped people of Madagascar. Beneficiary selection & distribution assistance will be provided by incountry Rotary Clubs. Presently the disabled/handicapped of Madagascar are crawling around on their hands & knees as wheelchairs are not affordableAustralian Rotary team will travel to area to monitor distribution
 
These wheelchairs will be supplied through a joint project with the
Rotary Club of West Gosford  and
 Wheelcahairs Australia
 
 
The SEWAID Program   
   
       What is Sewaid ?
Sewaid is a program which offers selected women in very poor countries the opportunity to not only learn to sew, but to also provide them with the machines, equipment and skills they need to start a small home business in dressmaking or alterations and repair
Hand-operated Sewing Machines for Mahorosy
Sewaid is pleased to have supplied a brand new Singer hand operated sewing machine for Mahorosy Limbiko, as well as a parcel of haberdashery and sewing tools to help her re-start her sewing business. These were handed over to Peter Pearce of North Gosford Rotary Club to be included in their container of goods destined for Madagascar in June.
We at Sewaid take this opportunity to wish Mahorosy and her grandson, Barthelemy all the best for a brighter future. Mahorosy has endured some severe setbacks in her life and she has faced them with tremendous strength, grace and dignity and, in her struggle to raise her grandson and give him the best life she can provide, she is an inspiration to us all.
 
 
Can you help us to keep up this great work?
 
Please go to donation tab on the home
if you can help
 
Thank you.
The Rotary/RSL
 
 Kokoda Project
 
 
In 1992 Rotatian John Phillips  
In 1994 three Rotarians traveled to a small village in Oro province Papua New Guinea to build a aid post.
These were team leader John Phillips, Ray Southeren and John Durmon.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Over the next 15 year with the help of Rotaian from all over Australia, the project constructed another 9 aid post.  
ROTARY MADAGASCAR PROJECT
 
  • Peter Pearce, Rotarian, Gosford North Rotary and Gosford City Council Citizen of the Year for 2014 and David Rivett, Rotarian, Gosford North Rotary will be walking from John ‘O’Groats to Lands End in United Kingdom to raise funds for Wheelchairs & Desks for Madagascar.
     
  • David Rivett will walk part of the route; however, his main role will be to provide support to Peter Pearce.
     
  • Peter Pearce and David Rivett leave Sydney Kingsford Airport on Saturday, 7 June 2014.
     
  • The walk commences on 10 June 2014 at John ‘O’Groats in the Highlands Scotland and will take approximately 79 days to reach Lands End in far south west of United Kingdom on 27 August 2014.
     
  • The Marathon Walk is 1100 miles or 1770kms.
     
  • The marathon walk includes, “The Great Glen Way” which stretches for 117 km from coast to coast across the Highlands, linking the main centres of Fort William and Inverness.
     
  • 152 km walk along the “West Highland Way”, which transverses the Loch Lomand & Trossachs National Park.
     
  • “The Pennine Way”, a 270-mile or 432 km walk from the Peak District National Park along the Pennine ridge through the Yorkshire Dales down to the Scottish Borders.
     
  • Peter and David will visit many cities and towns along the route, including Inverness and Edinburgh in Scotland, Worcester, Gloucester and Bath in England, finishing in Cornwall at Lands End.
     
  • Contact has been made with District & Local Rotary Clubs in United Kingdom to gain their support for the marathon walk to raise funds for the Madagascar Project.
     
  • It is anticipated Rotary Clubs will meet Peter and David along the way. They plan to do it tough by free camping or staying in van Parks at night.
     
  • A brand new wheelchair delivered by Rotarians direct to a beneficiary in Madagascar costs $180.
     
  • The full price of a desk constructed in Madagascar by Rotarians is $15.
     
  • Peter and David will be visiting Madagascar in late September/October 2014 to distribute wheelchairs, and assist the local people of Madagascar construct school desks.
     
To Donate please  visit   www.gosfordnorthrotary.org and click on ‘Donate’ in top right corner
 
 
http://binged.it/1k0op3P  Map of the Route.
 
 
 
The club's annual
International Night
All proceeds go to
Nepal Dental Project
 
Great Guest Speaker
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Next Weeks Meeting
Police Local Area Command
Superintendent Danny Sullivan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The club cooking 2000 sausages
for the NSW Railway Christmas Party held and the Australia Reptile Park
 
Club News
Gosford North Rotary join the other clubs
of the Central Coast to help our drought effected
farmers.
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Club News
                          
Central Coast Council early morning BBQ  
 
Club International news
 
Photos of the clubs recent visit to Madagascar to distribute over 1000 solar light. The team also worked on a
local community centre and a local water project.  
 
 

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Madagascar
 Madagascar Health and Solar Lights
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