Hello, Members and our Rotary Friends receiving this eBulletin.
Well,I must say ,how proud I was of being your President for our first evening Meeting.Such a great turn out of members and partners, being a record number for this year.So please ,tell your fellow members who couldn't make it,what a great night we had,in particular with partners coming along as well,and as usual ,the Union Hotel put on a great meal for us.
Was a pity the Guest Speaker, Angelo had lined up,could make it,but good ol' Tom stepped in to the breech ,and gave us a most entertaining recital of one of his old favourite plays .
Next Monday ,we are back to normal via Zoom ,but watch this space.Our Zoom Meeting is up for review also.
President Ross
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Evening Social Dates
the dates booked for June/July 2022 are;
30th July 2022
13th August 2022 
27th August 2022
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Evening Social Dates!

On and from 25th July 2022, every fourth Monday will be a Social Evening! Click here!
President's Extra Message
July's theme is Rotary Leadership Month!
This month's theme is "New Leadership Month."  Rotary brings community leaders together who have a common characteristic: the desire to serve.  As leaders we have a responsibility to our community, local and globally, to place service above self to make the world a better place.
July is the start of new Rotary officers' year of service.   Congratulations and all the best to the new Board team!

Our next meeting is on Monday, the 1st of August 2022. ROMAC President - Harold Sharp will be our Guest Speaker. 

PDG & past member Harold needs no introduction.

With the Pandemic restriction over, ROMAC is back in full operation and an update is opportune. 

This meeting is via Zoom at 12:30pm. 

And for the time being ,we have returned to every 2nd week via Zoom.  
Check weekly eBulletin for confirmation of next meeting.
​​​​​​Last Monday's Meeting on the 25th of July
Howard proposed the RI Toast to the Rotary Club of Birmingham,UK which will be the host city for the
Commonwealth Games starting on this Friday
Mark advises that we have had two new membership enquiries via Facebook which will be followed up.
Phoenix House will be holding a vaccination clinic from 1 to 3pm this Friday for both Covid and Flu vaccinations
An incredible sum of $5.7 million  been raised by Rotary Clubs in Australia towards Ukraine ,which has co-ordinated by  Rotary in Sydney
Mark has up-dated Square to reflect the increase prices for the sausage sizzle this coming Saturday.Also ,Howard has up-dated the BBQ roster ,so please check the schedule .
 A reminder that the Crows Nest Fair,is on for the 16th of October.As the nearby shopkeepers have priority over food type ,only if there's a free space will we be able to run the sausage sizzle .Ross is trying hard to get a spot close to Bravos.
Mark is also working on the TRIFECTA ,updating all the email addresses for participating Clubs and Charities.
Angelo is working with Chris Anthony ,who runs Teachers on Wheels ,to set up a programme in East Timor .Challenge for the Timorese ,as when they come to Australia on working visas ,can only get jobs in agriculture .So ,to get work in areas like Aged Care they need to have Australian Accredited qualifications ,which are currently not available in Timor.
Our new member ,Kevin Condell was presented with his name badge
Sue advised that the District Grant for Mary's House has been submitted and approved
Received a letter of thanks from Taldumande appreciating our support for their State Govt. Grant
D-Cafe was back on again this Wednesday despite increased Covid numbers .Will be interesting to see the turn out.
On International ,still waiting for the data on the rainfall figures for Maliana,to help in designing the water treatment plant
Discussed the options on Meeting frequency going forward ,the Board is in favour ,at least on a trial basis ,of skipping the Zoom Meeting .This will now be put to the Members for their input.
George advised that RYLA will now be transferred to Kings School for the 23rd of January .Cost will be $500 per nominee ,and our Club has one.
From Kate ,Canteen advise that they would welcome Club Members to visit their office in Newtown to see the play stations and games we donated ,being used .Kate has also suggested we consider a book stall.for second hand books ,for the Crows Nest Fair
The Meeting was finalised by Tom for his rendition of a 1952 Radio Play by Wayne and Shuster on "The Ides of March". Well done Tom
27th July D'Cafe at the Crows Nest Community Centre
- 3rd August Board meeting 
- 16th October Crows Nest Fair 
- 28th-30th October - Zone 8 Conference @ Canberra 
- 28th November our Club's Annual General Meeting 
- 17th - 19th March 2023 District Conference - Cowra  
- May 27th - 31st - Rotary International Conference - MELBOURNE 
Presidents Changeover 27 June 2022
A Great night was had by all at our Presidents Changeover, 27th June 2022, and Pride of Workmanship Awards, and an Induction of our new Member Kevin!  We all wish Kevin a happy, successful experience as a Rotarian! 
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Bunnings BBQs
Thanks to Bunnings Artarmon, our Club has continued to run BBQs, which are our major fund raiser.  Although exhausting, we all enjoy them!
Last Saturday started slow,, then speeded up by lunchtime,


Aug 01, 2022 12:30 PM
Update on ROMAC
Aug 08, 2022
Future plans of the Club!
Aug 15, 2022
Regionalisation Proposal for discussion
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Pocock, Ian
International Toast
International Toast
Riddle, Kate
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Staples, Mark
Speaker Thanks/Write-up
Thank Speaker - Write-up
Raveane, Sue
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Pocock, Ian
Lee, Bill