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ROTARY 100 PEACE POLES PROJECT UPDATE

Hopefully, you are aware of our Rotary 100 Years Centenary project "Peace Poles" initiative.  We share this with Rotary Canberra Burley Griffin.  Peace_Poles_Dorothy.pdf

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KATIE WILFORD REPORTS IN

Why would 40 high schoolers, 10 twenty-somethings, and four Rotarians be in the middle of the bush without cell phone coverage for an entire weekend?

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COMMODORE GREG YORKE, CSC, RAN

Topic:  "Senior Naval Officer Victoria – Supporting Navy’s Strategic Objectives"

Chair:  Stephen Lake

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MALCOLM

At last week’s meeting we acknowledged Malcolm Simpson’s 90th birthday (seen here with wife Patricia). President Robert read out an impressive Rotary and ‘Life’ Biography reproduced next page for those members not in attendance.

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STILL TIME TO REGISTER

Members please note that Rotary Safe Families Workshop 2 tackling what you need to know and what you can do to prevent Elder Abuse can take more participants.  Please register with Dorothy at gilmour.dorothy@gmail.com  for what will be practical, thought provoking discussion and information, Wednesday, 10 April.  

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MESSAGE FROM JO - SELL, SELL, SELL!

More raffle tickets are available for the RCM Raffle in support of the Centenary International project RGECAF.  Please return Ticket stubs to the RCM office ASAP and payment can be cheque, cash, or EFT.  Check with Jo should you wish to transfer your raffle sale proceeds.  Also we have the facility to buy online at https://rotaryclubofmelbourne.auraffles.com.au/purchase-tickets

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EVENING MEETING UPDATE

TUESDAY, 30 April, the next Evening Meeting, featuring Chris Kotur will be held at Treasury Buildings. Chris will discuss "Leading in Community in the 21st Century". Bookings:  www.trybooking.com/BBSGE

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SPEAKER'S UPDATE SINCE PRESENTING AT MELBOURNE

Thanks Sue Smith for spotting: Star of the Sea, Andy Evans who spoke at RCM on 20 March announced last week that the Commonwealth Government has granted his company the first Australian Offshore Wind Exploration Licence.  Check out his LinkedIn for further details: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6517284056026189824/ 

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ROTARY BRIGHTON'S 'NIGHT OF STARS'

Brighton Rotary are running a ‘Night of Stars’ on April 12, with proceeds raised to support both CANTEEN and the Les Twentyman Foundation.  Tickets available from flyer overleaf.

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TREVOR NEROY

Trevor Neroy (Trev) was inducted on 6 March 2019 with the classification Digital Transformation - Government and was sponsored by Amanda Wendt.  He has already found his way into the Club's IT, Communication Team assisting with promotion of our Club Raffle.

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A FUN PROJECTS DAY

Thanks VP Trevor Nink for your summary of last week's fun Project's Day Meeting which was packed with Project information. Pic shows VP Barbara Yerondais providing entertaining project information and quiz.

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WELCOME to our GLOBAL EXCHANGE STUDENT

What a delight to meet our Global Exchange Student Luana Bacha from Brazil at last week's meeting.  Welcome Luana, seen here with President Robert and VP Trevor.

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PRESIDENT ROBERT INTRODUCES RCM CODE of CONDUCT

The introduction of the new Rotary Melbourne CODE OF CONDUCT was announced by President Robert Fisher at last week's luncheon meeting, 27 March.  A copy was provided for Members attending and the following is President Robert's announcement.

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SHARE and SELL!

SHARE AND SELL!  This is so important if our Club's Rotary Fundraising Raffle is to be the success we want!  Please suggest to your friends and family to purchase a ticket using your book of tickets or go online for a simple purchase via: https://rotaryclubofmelbourne.auraffles.com.au/ 

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UPDATE for ROTARY MELBOURNE'S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS

Sue McDonald provided Members with the updated latest news on the Rotary Club of Melbourne Community Foundation which is vital to funding our Club's many projects.  This is not to be confused with the Rotary International Foundation.  Our Rotary Club of Melbourne Community Foundation funds our Club Projects plus it donates $25,000 annually to the Rotary International Foundation in the US.  

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MILLENIUM BELL

Our Club was recently approached by Chris Egger, Secretary of the District’s newest club - Rotary Club  of Wyndham Harbour.  He asked about a Millenium Bell: "Do know anything about this or where it is at present?"

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HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL DIK OPEN DAY

Thanks Bob Glindemann for news on a highly successful and well-attended Open Day at the Donations in Kind store at West Footscray on Saturday.

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SECOND BITERS PLUS

Selfie photo shows Manoel Felipe, volunteer yesterday with Rotary Second Biters plus 2 granddaughters happily giving their weekend time to help disadvantaged communities. Not sure about "nameless" consuming 2 bananas from the produce!!! (Not Robert)

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ROTARY RADIO INTERVIEW

Our Honorary Secretary Reg Smith is facing the microphone on Rotary Radio.

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'THINK TANK' UPDATE

Marion Macleod reported last week on the Think Tank Committee. Members heard how this innovative Committee commenced and how its creation leads to inspire and develop new and innovative projects for Rotary Melbourne.  Contact Marion if you have any ideas you might have which can be born through Think Tank's assistance.

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TERRIFIC ANNUAL ARTS COMMITTEE WALK

Special thanks to VP Barbara Yerondais who led our Melbourne Members and Friends on a merry jaunt up and down the lanes of our "Top End" with exceptional and fascinating commentary of some of Melbourne's older establishments and architecture.

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ANDY EVANS, CEO STAR of the SOUTH

Andy Evans is seen here answering the many outstanding questions offered by our Members at last week's meeting.  Russell Board was the Chair for the day and has provided the attached summary. 

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STILL TIME TO REGISTER

The first Workshop discussing Family Violence, Women and Impact on Children is being held Wednesday, 27 March at 2.30 - 4.15 at Morgan Stanley, 120 Collins St.  It is not too late to register for what will be a thought provoking "hands on" workshop.

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RI VISITOR

We welcomed the RI Regional Membership 'guru' Barbara Mifsud who visited last week's luncheon meeting and our Club's Office to share inspirational stories with our Membership Committee.

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