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Tuesday 5 August 2014

In this weeks newsletter
  • Guest Speaker - Kirsty Stark
  • Hutt Street Centre's Walk a Mile in my Boots
  • Hospital and Medical Equipment in Cebu, Philippines
  • Save these Dates
  • Rotary Youth Exchange
  • A Cold Plunge for Those in Need, Rotary Club of Glenelg
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award Applications Open
  • District Training Opportunity

UPCOMING MEETING

Tuesday 5 August
Guest Speaker - Kirsty Stark
& Induction of Carolyn
More Calendar Events
Tuesdays 6:30pm for 6:45pm
The Royal Hotel
2 North Terrace Kent Town
(map)
 
President
Sarah Stewart
E: presidentrckt@gmail.com
 
Secretary
Kaitlin Piggott
E: secretaryrckt@gmail.com
 
Honorary Member
Steven Marshall MP for Norwood
 
Apologies and guests contact our Secretary by email or mobile 0410 485 323
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FEATURE

Guest Speaker - Kirsty Stark

Kirsty has worked in the Australian film industry since graduating with a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) in Screen Production from Flinders University.
 

Beginning her career in the camera department, Kirsty won numerous ACS awards for her cinematography work, including the 2010 NFSA/ACS John Leake OAM ACS Award to an Emerging Cinematographer at the National Awards.

As a student, she won Gold awards for The Threat That Came From Beyond Tomorrow To Destroy Us All and Road to Burdon. Since graduating, she has also won Bronze awards for a promotional video for Little Potty Red Shoes and the short drama Concealed, as well as the 2011 ACS Cliff Ellis Memorial Award. Kirsty was also the first cinematographer to win a Minter Ellison Rising Star Award for Women in the creative industries.

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CLUB ACTIVITIES

Was it hard for you to get out of bed this morning? Imagine sleeping out in the cold all night – now that’s tough!

Join the Hutt Street Centre bright and early on their annual National Homeless Persons Week event, 'Walk a mile in my boots', and show your support towards members of the South Australian community who are doing it tough.
 
On Friday 8th August, the walk will be starting at Rundle Park (cnr North and East Terrace) at 7.30am and finishing near Hutt St Centre in the South Parklands with breakfast. The walk is easy, fun, makes a significant difference to people’s lives and you can still get to work or school on time!

This year, Hutt Street Centre would love to see 4,000 people walk in the city and many more walking a mile in their community. If you walked last year, drag a friend out of bed to join you this year!


START Friday 8 August 2014 7:00am for 7:30am start
FINISH Friday 8 August 2014 8:00am
WHERE Rundle Park/Kadlitpinna, cnr North and East Terrace, Adelaide.(map) (route)
GET INVOLVED Contact Rotary Club of Kent Town (email)

Hospital and Medical Equipment in Cebu, Philippines

The Rotary Club of Kent Town formed a project to send much needed medical equipment and supplies to the Visayas Community Medical Centre (VCMC) in Cebu, Philippines. This area was one of the many devastated by super-typhoon Haiyan.

To this end, we partnered with St Andrews Hospital and Rotary Central Zone Australia Donations In Kind (DIK) to send two shipping containers of urgently needed medical equipment such as theatre instruments, hospital beds, wheel chairs, shower chairs and a wealth of other items. Shipping was arranged by DIK on our behalf on the 23rd of March 2014

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Save these Dates

Wednesday 12th November - Group 7 Joint Meeting, All money raised will be donated to the Rotary Foundation in the name of each club.More details to be announced.

Rotary Youth Exchange

The district is looking for interested families willing to host an exchange student. More information about the exchange can be found on http://www.ryea.org.au/

OTHER ROTARY ANNOUNCEMENTS & COMMUNITY EVENTS

Fri. 08 Aug 2014
Rotoract club of Salisbury Official charter Dinner
A Cold Plunge for Those In Need, Rotary Club of Glenelg

Don your bikini or board shorts and join us as we plunge into freezing cold water to raise much needed funds for the homeless and those in need in Adelaide. All funds raised will be divided between the St Vincent de Paul Society and Uniting Care Glenelg's Communicty and Christmas Appeal and soup kitchen projects. During the after party at the Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club, participants will have the change to celebrate their bravery and also win a number of lucky draw prizes.

START Sunday 17th August 2014 11:00am
WHERE Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club, The Foreshore, Jetty Road, Glenelg (map)
COST $10.00 for Adults or $5.00 for Children 
GET INVOLVED Contact Jessie Vun on 0400 367 992 or email jessiecumming@gmail.com
Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Applications Open

Applications are now open for young adults aged between 18 and 25 years. Applications for RYLA 2014 are now open through to the end of August.
District Training Opportunity

Free session dealing with club obligations in relation to insurance and the risk management processes. There will also be an overview fo club requirements for Youth Protection

WHEN Sunday 14th September 9:00am
WHERE Saint Francis of Assisi School, 57 Newton Rd, NEWTON SA (map)
COST Free 
GET INVOLVED Contact our club secretary (email)

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK

"We are what we repeatedly do, Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit"
- Aristotle

2013-2014 BOARD


President
Sarah Stewart

Vice President
Kaylene Kranz

Immediate Past President & Community Director
Teagan Webb

President Elect & Club Engagement Director
Sarah Stewart

Club Administration
Greg Love

Secretary 
Kaitlen Piggott

Treasurer
Augustine Bhaskarraj

Foundation Director
Nelson Sans Cadena

Youth Director
Steve Hayter

International Service Projects Director
Jesse Barker Gale

Communication and Visibility
Sarah Stewart and Greg Love

OUR LAST MEETING


Meeting
6th Meeting for 2014/15

Date
Tuesday 05 August

Chair
President Sarah Stewart

Venue
The Royal Hotel, Kent Town

Activity

Break Out Groups

Apologies
Chris Harris, Garry, Kara, Abbie-Lea and Nathan

Visiting Rotarians
none

Guests
Suzie, Maria, Aron, Kerry and Graham
We apoligise to Rowena and Brita for forgetting to acknowledge their presence in out last Rotary meeting
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