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AMBASSADOR CLUBS UPDATE

Editor and Rotary Melbourne are very pleased to welcome another 10 Rotary Clubs to the Rotary SAFE Families Ambassador Club Program - Caulfield, Malvern, Doncaster, Yarraville, Bateman's Bay, Brunswick Tullamarine, Keilor, Mt Eliza, Mt Martha, Wyndham.  All committed to Stopping Abuse in Families Everywhere!

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President Marion updates us on a very active month in life of Rotary Melbourne.

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EDITOR OUT & ABOUT

After five weeks of driving through the most marvellous areas of autumnal Beechworth, Southern Highlands (Bowral, Moss Vale, Kangaroo Valley) to Bateman's Bay with untouched towns of Mogo, Moruya and Milton, Editor took a swift drive home in time to be locked up!  My thanks to Jo for creating five Bulletins.  First time Editor has missed creating a Bulletin in five years.

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WELCOME TO OUR NEW MEMBER VAIDEEK

Chris Sotiropoulos is seen here welcoming our new member, Vaideek Chaudary at last week's online meeting. Hope we hear from Vaideek in next week's Bulletin.

 

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REFLECTION - PHILIP CORNISH

Another inspirational reflection from Phil Cornish at last week's online meeting. Thank you Phil.

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FLOREY INSTITUTE - PARKINSON'S DISEASE

We were fascinated in the simply marvellous presentation which raised our awareness in the cutting-edge Parkinson's disease research being undertaken by the two young researchers from the Florey Institute at last week's meeting.  

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ROTARY WELLINGTON INVITATION TO CENTENARY

Maybe now we are travelling across the "Ditch", you may happen to be planning a trip to New Zealand. Here is a formal invitation to you and your guest to attend the Centenary Dinner of the Rotary Club of Wellington. Another "once in a lifetime event"!

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EDITOR TRAVELLING

Editor has not missed creating a Bulletin in 5 years but is taking a FOUR Bulletin break.  Please assist Jo with content for next four weeks as Editor  and her travel companion (pictured) presents Rotary Lavington (Wodonga), Bateman's Bay, Bega and Wagga Wagga with SAFE Families. My appreciation to Jo.

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HERALD SUN GIVES US A GUERNSEY

Sunday, 25 April Herald Sun wrote:

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BRIGHTON NORTH INVITATION TO "BREAKFAST" DINNER

There is to be a lovely celebration dinner to thank Kerry Kornhauser and her team of volunteers and sponsors for 10 years of Rotary International Women's Day Breakfast Events. Sponsor Recognition Dinner Royal Brighton Yacht Club at sunset!

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President Marion's message to Rotary Melbourne Members following an outstanding Centenary Luncheon.

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SNAPSHOTS OF OUR CENTENARY LUNCHEON

We shall have many more photos over the next couple of weeks highlighting our Centenary Luncheon which personified friendship, pride and happiness. Thanks go to the Centenary Committee lead by PN Chris Stilwell. The entire day was videographed by Sean Meltzer so let's look forward to revisiting our sensational Centenary.

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ROTARY VOICES - GECAF NEW BLOG POST

Thank you Chris Wang for providing this item which now appears on the "Rotary Voices" Blog Site.

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OUR SOCIAL MEDIA

Are you aware of the activity that occurs in our Rotary Melbourne social media on a daily basis with updates and latest news read by thousands of Rotarians and the public, all generated by our Social Media/Webmaster Ari Talantis? You may not follow social media, but it is important to know that behind the scenes, Rotary Melbourne is being showcased around the world.

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OUR GOVERNOR GENERAL'S CONGRATULATIONS

It was another highlight of our Rotary 100 Year Centenary luncheon to have a letter of commendation from our Australian Governor General, His Excellency General the Hon. David Hurley and his wife Linda.

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CENTENARY PEACE PRESENTATION from FRANCE

Wednesday, 28 April 2021 – Lunch Meeting – Online Only

Topic Monthly Members Lunch including a Centenary Peace Presentation

Time 12.50 for 13.00-14.00

Venue Online via ZOOM only

Registration: https://events.humanitix.com/rc-melbourne-weekly-meeting-28th-april

Topic: A must not miss! Members lunch with a very special Centenary Peace presentation from our friends and colleagues from France. You will be taken on a sojourn to France, via a beautifully curated video from France Australia ICC members, and of RC Amiens, RC Amiens Valle de Somme and RC Amiens 3 Valles.   A very special and moving acknowledgement and appreciation of the ANZACS and Sir John Monash (our 2nd President) and to enduring friendship. 

If you know someone that has an interest in the ANZACS and General Sir John Monash why not invite them to this free online lunch.

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BREAKOUT SESSION MULTI DISTRICT CONFERENCE

The Rotary Showcase is an inspiring promotion of our District’s Signature Projects in each Avenue of Service:  Youth, Vocational Service, International Service, Community Service and the Rotary Foundation.

The Rotary Showcase will also allow you to view the main "Virtual Victoria" conference on large screens at the Convention Centre.

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LOOK AT WHAT'S AHEAD!

Meetings and events coming up for our active and vibrant Centenarian Club:

Wed., 5 May 2021, 12.30 for 12.50-1400 - Lunch - In person at No 35 Sofitel

Speaker: Jeroen Weimar, Commander, COVID-19 Response Department of Health  

Registration: https://events.humanitix.com/rc-melbourne-weekly-meeting-5th-may-2021  

Wed., 12 May 2021, 18.00-19.00 - Evening Meeting - ZOOM online

Speaker: Professor (Dr) Anoop Swarup, Chairman Centre for Global Nonkilling

Registration: https://events.humanitix.com/rotary-melbourne-weekly-meeting-12th-may 

Topic:  'The Nonkilling Paradigm, Are Nonkilling Societies Possible?'

Wed., 19 May, 12.30 for 12.50-1400 - Lunch - In person at No 35 Sofitel

Speaker: Young Achievers Award 2021

Registration:

https://events.humanitix.com/rc-melbourne-weekly-meeting-19th-may-2021

SAVE THE DATE:

  • 16th June Thomas Baker Oration 2021 - Prof Margaret Gardner AC, VC of Monash University @ Sofitel
  • 30th June RC Melbourne President's Changeover Lunch @ Sofitel 

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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY STUDENT'S THANKS

Last year, during lockdown, Deakin University selected our Rotary SAFE Families Program for the Work Integrated Learning students in the Faculty of Arts & Education. Editor worked with them and their assessment report was truly inspirational and many of their suggestions are incorporated in our Rotary SAFE Families Program. Following is an item from Mary Barry.

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SHORT VIDEO FOUND ON FACEBOOK

Facebook was alive with individual Members and Friends of Rotary Melbourne showing excerpts from our Rotary 100 Year Luncheon online.  This is just one of them from our Brazilian great friend of Rotary Melbourne, Manoel Marques (in pic. with RIPP Ian Riseley): https://www.facebook.com/123658391110164/posts/2102130859929564/

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QUINTO ONLINE - SUPERB PRESENTATION

Our PP Quin Scalzo brought our Rotary Melbourne 100 Year Centenary to life early Wednesday morning as a guest of "McLaren Overnight & Wake Up Australia".

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ROTARY CLUBS CELEBRATE WITH US

Many Rotary Clubs celebrated our Rotary Melbourne's 100 Year Centenary as they welcomed the 100th Anniversary of Rotary in Australia on April 21. 

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A LOOK AT THE PEACE SYMPOSIUM

Photos show a snapshot of our inspirational Peace Symposium, with appreciative acknowledgement to our Rob Helme, Murray Verso and the organising team of volunteers including Rotary Melbourne's Mark Pinoli, Ari Talantis, Richard Dent, Tilman Ruff, Nina Hunter, Dorothy Gilmour, Bob Fels, Reg Smith, Kevin Sheehan and Rob McGuirk.

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GUESS WHO WON THIS GAME?

Rotary Melbourne had three teams of four playing under the banner of our Rotary club at the Sorrento Rotary charity golf day, last week at Sorrento Golf club. There could only be one team of winners. Winners are the grinners! 

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OUR PICNIC - POSTPONED

Trevor Nink and Jim Orchard have made a decision about the planned Around the Bay Picnic to be held on Saturday, 1 May. Due to the Multi District Conference on May 1 and some other Rotary activities, the Picnic is postponed till another time later in the year.  Apologies to those who have planned for the picnic.  We'll make another date.

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