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Tuesday 11 March 2014

In this weeks newsletter
  • Donations in Kind (DIK) Update
  • Whitelion Bailout Party
  • Guest Speaker Houssam Abiad on Entrepreneurship
  • 2014 District Conference at Warrnambool
  • Latin American Fiesta
  • The 2014 Smarts Challenge
  • Request for volunteers for Solomon Islands

UPCOMING MEETINGS

Tuesday 18 March
Internal Working Groups
Tuesday 25 March
Guest Speaker Faye Gough, Youth Parliament
Tuesdays 6:30pm for 6:45pm
The Royal Hotel
2 North Terrace Kent Town
(map)
 
President
Tegan Webb
E: presidentrckt@gmail.com
 
Secretary
Jonno McIntyre
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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CLUB PROJECTS

Donations In Kind update

We've completed filling our two 40 foot shipping containers destined for Cebu this Sunday..  We had such a great number of volunteers making light work in filling these containers. Food was provided and we had fun along the way.

Our containers have electronic medical equipment, medical beds, walkers, wheelchairs, a few toys, and even smaller items such as needles and surgical equipment. Its been a great effort from everyone involved.  Philippines on Sunday. It is destined to helping with a regional hospital in rebuilding efforts due to the aftermath of  Typhoon Haiyan.

Donations in Kind (DIK) is a major recycling operation, that gives suitable goods to people in need, for free and its collected these goods from all over our state to its warehouse.

Whitelion Bailout Party

All proceeds raised on the night will go to Whitelion who help at risk young people in the Australian community to change their lives by providing them with education and practical support.

WHEN: Friday 11th April 2014
TIME: 7:30pm - 11:30pm
WHERE: Payneham Uniting Church Hall (crn Payneham & Portrush Rds - (map)
COST: $25 (incl. 3 course dinner) BYO Drinks
RSVP: Friday 4th April (with payment) Contact our club Secretary (email)


UPCOMING GUEST SPEAKER

Houssam Abiad on Entrepreneurship

THoussam Abiad is an outstandingly successful Adelaide-based entrepreneur. With a double-degree in Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences anda  masters in Business & International Business, he founded the highly successful buisnesses Digimob, Felici Restaurant and MuscleGroup. He is a past winner of the Pride of Austraia Meal, the Governor's Multicultural Award, and twice a winner of the Austtralian Leadership Award. Future Summitt,. In 2010 he ws elected to the Adelaide CDity Council. Is there anything he can't do? Come along and find out.

Don't miss a great night of Rotaryfun and felllowship witha  first class speaker. All partners and guests are encouraged to attend.

This is a official weekly meeting of the following clubs:

Burnside
Magill Sunrise
Campbelltown
Morialta
Kent Town
St Peters
Norwood


WHEN: Wednesday 16 April
TIME: 6:30 for 7:00pm start

WHERE: Stonyfell Function Centre, 62 Stonyfell Road, STONYFELL (map)
COST:  $35 per head. (2 course meal) - drinks extra

Tickets must be paid for in advance
Contact us to make your booking (email)

FEATURE

District Assembly

There's still time to register.  Standard registration rate is extended until 31st of January only. . Registration received after 2 March will not be recorded in Conference Directory. Click here to register. Check out the video here. This year's theme is "Whale of a Time at Warnambool" and features a whale called Seymour.  This memorable, enlightening, informative and entertaining chance for Rotarians, partners and friends to "Engage Rotary - Change Lives.  Following its major redevelopments in 2012, the Lighthouse Theatre retains much of the beauty of the origianl Victorian town hall whilst combining it with the latest theatre technology. 

WHERE: The Lighthouse Theatre, 185 Timor St., Warrnambool (map)
WHEN: 20 - 23 March 2014

EVENTS CALENDAR

20-23 March 2014
25 March 2014
01 May 2014
02 May 2014
04 May 2014
08 May 2014
15 May 2014
16 May 2014
22 May 2014
27 May 2014
01-04 June 2014
27 June 2014
District 9520 Conference, Warnambool, VIC
Guest Speaker Faye Gough, Youth Parliament
Putting Down Roots, 
White Lion ‘Bail Out’ event
District Training Assembly
Guest Speaker & Member Melissa, Peace Scholarships
Meeting moved to 16th May
Dinner at Stoneyfell Wineries
Australian Red Cross Youth Programmes
Working Groups
International Convention, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Kent Town Change Over Dinner

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Adelaide's Latin American Fiesta

Capture the sights, sounds and excitement of Latin America through a fascinating and electric mix of dance and entertainment while indulging in cuisine that delivers robust, flavorful and inventive food choices. Following last year's successful event, the Rotary Club of Adelaide Light will again hold the Latin American Fiesta.

WHEN Sunday 23rd March 11:00am start
WHERE Linde Reserve (access through Dunstone Grove, map)
COST $10 p.p. $20 for the family

Proceeds from this event will provide living expenses for underprivileged adults students undeertaking their studies in Coluombia's Bogota-Suba district (an area of extreme poverty).

Rotary Club of Hallett Cove - The 2014 Smarts Challenge

Don't miss your change to have fun, impress and win.  This is not your typical quiz night. All funds raised will be used by ROMAC providing urgent medical care for children in developing countries. Great silent auction items and great prizes..

WHEN Saturday 29th March 2014
TIME: 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start
WHERE  Flagstaff Hill Golf Club Memford Way Flagstaff Hill (map)
COST  $13.00 per person
RSVP: Dennis 0419 261 044 or Shirley 0403 296 210 or email Terry (ithealey@gmail.com)

Can't make it?  Well, the Rotary Club of Hallett Cove is collecting unwanted foreign banknotes, and coins to aid ROMAC.  This Rotary year so far they have already raised $231.36 in it's ongoing appeal. Your kind donations can be sent to PO Box 240, PARK HOLME SA 5043 or given to a club member.

Request for volunteers for Solomon Islands

To all Plumbers with a desire to work in an International Humanitarian Team Project.

RAWCS is organizing a team to travel to Munda, Western Province, Solomon Islands to construct a new roof to the outpatients building of the Helena Goldie Hospital.  There will also  be a roof fitted to each of two schools down the lagoon, and a complete water reticulation system for the hospital which will include pipes, tanks, taps and pumps.

The team requires five plumbers to join 20 Rotarian from D9570, NR

Volunteering is he experience of  a lifetime. As usual, volunteers will enjoy the ambiance, the culture, the mate ship, the satisfaction that comes from humanitarian gestures, knowing they are contributing in a project which will not only improve the quality of life but also likely save many if the years ahead.

DATES: The team will leave in the first week of July and spend 14 days away.
COST:  Will be aprox $2,000 per person to cover return air fares. Internal accommodation is provided in Munda. All tools are on site

Be passport ready
For more details contact PDG Terry Daley RAWCS NR PV Coordinator (email) or mobile 0447 3961 631

RSVP Expressions of Interest by April 8th at the latest, and a RAWCS Application Form will be sent for completion.

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK

"If Plan 'A' didn't work, don't worry the alphabet has 25 more letters"
- Anonymous

2013-2014 BOARD                                 OUR LAST MEETING

President
Tegan Webb

Vice President
Kaylene Kranz

Immediate Past President
Steve Hayter

President Elect & Club Engagement Director
Sarah Stewart

Secretary 
Jonno McIntyre

Treasurer
Augustine Bhaskarraj

Community Director
Chris Harris

International Service Projects Director
Greg Love

Communications & Visibility Director
Nelson Sousa

 
Meeting
34th Meeting for 2013/14

Date
Tuesday 11 March

Chair
President Tegan Webb

Venue
The Royal Hotel, Kent Town

Activity

Guest Speaker Reno Elms, Salvation Army Adelaide

Guests
Sue
Joanie
Janet
Emma









 
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