Copy
Rotary Club of Kent Town's weekly e-newsletter
View this email in your browser

Keeping in Touch

Tuesday 26 August 2014

In this weeks newsletter
  • 2015 Short Term Student Exchange to New Zealand
  • Joint Meeting with St Peter
  • Save these Dates
  • Norwood Business Breakfast
  • Magill Rotary Market
  • District Training Opportunity
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award Applications Open
  • A Taste of Timor 2014
  • Rotary Youth Exchange
  • Rotary Down Under Magazine

UPCOMING MEETING

Tuesday 2 September
Club Meeting
Tuesday 9 September
Club Meeting
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 0433 387 082
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
Twitter
Website
Website
Instagram
Instagram

FEATURE

We are encouraged to find prospective students aged between 14 and 16 years for this unique home hosting/matched exchange program.

Every year, 7,000 students aged between 13 and 19 years old participate in the experience of a liftime with the Rotary Youth Exchange Program. The program runs for either 3 months (hort term) or the academic year (long term)


Links to the forms can be downloaded from the D9520 website or emailing d9520ranzse@gmail.com

Read More

CLUB ACTIVITIES

Joint Meeting with St Peters

Our Rotary Club will be hosting a joint meeting with the Rotary club of St Peters

Guest Speaker Dr Barker Gale from The Australian Indian Foundation


WHEN Tuesday 16th September 6:30pm
WHERE Royal Hotel, 2 North Terrace Rd KENT TOWN SA (map)
COST Free 
GET INVOLVED Contact our club secretary (email)

Save these Dates


Wednesday 12 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.

Tuesday 18th November - Joint venture with the RC of St Peters. Dinner at the Adelaide Zoo followed by a ride on the Popeye.

Saturday 29th November - Ladies Pamper Day and High Tea to support women of The Hutt St Centre.

OTHER ROTARY ANNOUNCEMENTS & COMMUNITY EVENTS

Norwood Business Breakfast

Families in Business:  Flawed Business Model vs.Source of Competitive Advantage
Guest Speaker – Dr Chris Graves CA
Held in conjunction with The Eastside Business Enterprise Centre Inc

WHEN Wednesday 10 September 7:00am for 7:15am start until about 8:30am
WHERE Osmond Terrace Function Centre, 97 The Parade, Norwood, SA (map)
COST  $30, includes breakfast
BOOK  http://e.mybookingmanager.com/E83173414246609 
GET INVOLVED RSVP COB Thursday 4 September 2014
Magill Rotary Market

Sellers from 7:30am - $15 per site; 
Buyers from 8:00am - FREE.  
Food, coffee, arts, crafts & much more

WHEN Sunday 14 September
WHERE Campbelltown Library
Car Park, 175 Montacute Rd, Newton (map)
GET INVOLVED Bookings or enquiries to 0410 996 453 or magill@rotaryclub.org.au
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

New Program added:
Risk Management and insurance - practical examples of Club obligations
Youth Protection - overview of recent changes and club requirements
Grants - very useful tips on applying for District and Global Foundation grants


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)
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Applicatiions Open
RYLA is just around the corner. Tell your friends to apply at ryla9520.org.au/ryla/apply/ 

This is a Residential Leadership Seminar for aspiring leaders aged 18 to 25 years
A Taste of Timor 2014

The Rotary Club of Magil Sunrise has much pleasure in presenting A Taste of Timor, in support of the eradication of leprosy in Timor-Leste

Attendees at the Taste of Timor will enjoy a 3-course Timorese meal (Indonesian & Portuguese influences) and gain an insight to the culture, history, music and cuisine of Timor-Leste

All proceeds from this event will support "The Challenge of Oecusse"

WHEN Sunday 25th October 6:30pm
WHERE Campbelltown Function Centre, 172 Montacute Rd, ROSTREVOR SA (map)
COST  Early bird tickets only $35, Standard $40 after October 10th 
BOOK  http://www.trybooking.com/96549 for tables of 10, half tables or individuals 
GET INVOLVED For tickets or more information conta0ct magill@rotaryclub.org.au or call Julie on 0401 152 099 

Rotary Youth Exchange


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

Rotary Down Under Magazine


Subscription for the RDU magazine is automatically included in your RI dues. So, if you are not currently receiving the magazine, contact RDU subscriptions – Frances Campbell at francescampbell@rotarydownunder.com.au 

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK

"Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts."
- William Bruce Cameron

2013-2014 BOARD


President
Sarah Stewart

Vice President
Kaylene Kranz

Immediate Past President & Community Director
Teagan Webb

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
8th Meeting for 2014/15

Date
Tuesday 26 August

Chair
President Sarah Stewart

Venue
The Royal Hotel, Kent Town

Activity

Theory nto practice "How to make your words count" 

Apologies
Garry returning 2nd October 2014

Visiting Rotarians  

Guests
 
Rotary Club of Kent Town
Rotary is a worldwide organisation of business, professional and community leaders. Clubs are non-political, non-religious and open to all cultures, races and creeds. Richly rewarding, Rotary gives you the opportunity to pay it forward and to have a positive impact wherever you choose

Getting Involved
While developing business networking opportunities and building life long friendships Rotarians experience personal growth in an organisation that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards.

The magic of Rotary is that it allows ordinary people to achieve the most extraordinary things. By using the powerful synergy of one, people unite to achieve exceptional change. Many ordinary members of Rotary have developed projects that have brought significant change whilst experiencing personal growth in an organisation that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards.


DISCLAIMER
This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential or privileged information and is intended solely for the use of the addressee(s). If you are not the intended recipient, any use, disclosure or copying of the e-mail is unauthorised. If you received this e-mail in error, please delete the e-mail and notify the author immediately.

FEEDBACK
Tell us your thoughts about our newsletter. Email our Webmaster on websiterckt@gmail.com

If you would prefer not to receive future updates and notices from the Rotary Club of Kent Town please advise the Secretary at secretaryrckt@gmail.com or unsubscribe with the link below

Our mailing address is:
Rotary Club of Kent Town
PO Box 2603
Kent Town, SA 5071

Add us to your address book


unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp