Guest Speaker Suman Dahal, Director / Co-Founder, Bright Night Gin
‘Introducing Award-winning Bright Night Gin’
Time 5.50 for 6.00 - 7.30pm
Venue L3, The Lyceum Club, Melbourne &
Online via Zoom
Price $30 (light refreshments)
$10 (Zoom only access)
Date From : Wed Oct 12, 2022 : 18:00
Date To : Wed Oct 12, 2022 : 19:30
This Week Wednesday 16 November – Hybrid Lunch Meeting
Guest Speaker:George Petrou OAM, Visual Artist
Topic 'The Art of Sacrifice'
Time 12.30 for 12.50 – 2.00pm
Venue No 35 Sofitel or ZOOM
Price $53 (2 course lunch @ No35) / $10 Zoom only online access
Rotary Melbourne's evening conversation was held at the Lyceum Club on 9 November. The guest speaker was Genevieve Hayes, Director of Genevieve Hayes Consulting, AI and Analytics Specialist speaking on‘Emerging Technology and the Future of Business’.
The video of the full meeting can be viewed by Clicking: https://youtu.be/pBywFpwCz0w
Alternatively click this link to view only Genevieve Hayes' presentation: https://youtu.be/32LNIl1NN04
For those Members who remained online at last week's meeting, I believe you will agree with Editor that it was inspirational to hear from Ann Connors, Western Chances and our Graham O'Donnell. Graham has been the Club "Champion" in working with Western Chances to provide young people from our western suburbs, the chance to have what we take for granted.
Rotary Melbourne's Inaugural Rotary Melbourne Environmental Sustainability Award winner is Claire Moore. Claire is the Founder and CEO of Sweet Justice Ltd a Social Enterprise teaching Beekeeping within the Justice System.
"In extending best wishes for the New Year, the magnitude of the bush fire devastation to parts of our State and elsewhere within our country preoccupies our thoughts as a stark reality which calls for a Rotary response. Rotary is responding as you will read and hear from us."
Nganampa Health Council showed the following on Facebook this week. Pic shows a water trailer designed and made by Ross Engineering in Alice Springs and funded by SA Health and will be used at "sorry" camps, bush camps and meetings to enable face and hand washing.
Attached is a letter of thanks to Rotary Canberra Burley Griffin from a public school in Tasmania. It is a simple email to Michael Rabey in Canberra: firstname.lastname@example.org for you to have a Peace Pole erected in your child/grandchild's schoolground. Promote peace n the world to your child's school.
Led by the Rotary Club of Melbourne, the EndTrachoma by 2020 project unites Rotary clubs across Australia, to work towards eliminating trachoma by preventing the spread of infection that causes this avoidable blindness. This project is endorsed by 2017-18 Rotary International President, Australian Ian Riseley, and Zone Director Noel Trevaskis, and has been endorsed as a project to commemorate Rotary Australia’s centenary year in 2021.