Hello Rotarians,
Great meeting and a great turn out for last week's meeting.
Visitors, Guests.....we had it in spades.
Let's hope we can keep the momentum going.
Look forward to next Monday
All the best,
Yours in Rotary,

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Our next BBQ at Bunnings Artarmon is on Saturday 14th April, 2018.
Next Meeting is on Monday the 16th April 2018. 
The meeting will continue to be at our new venue in Crows Nest. - the Baptist Church Hall @ 65 Willoughby Rd 

Alon will lead the discussion on Club activities,subject TBA



Last Monday's 09 April 2018. 
Guests included,
Two visitors from the Phillipines,one who is a Rotary member of a local Manila Club,along with his wife.
They are In-laws of Phoenix House member, Michelle.
Chris,a prospective member,who is attempting to establish an NGO Aid Organization in Australia,having recently established one in California.His NGO to be involves Teachers on Wheels(TOW) in Third World Countries
International Toast,by Cyril Clark,to the Rotary Club of Whangarei City in New Zealand,being a relatively new club, chartered in 2010 
  • Phil advised that for this year,our Club will be sponsoring two boys from North Sydney Boys School for RYLA.
    Phil will be leaving this week for a motor cycling adventure in Southern India,Ride for Rotary 2, 
  • Sue Raveane attended PETS last Saturday,the theme for next year is "BE the Inspiration"
  • Ian advised that the contribution money,some $6500,has now been paid to the Mewat ,India Project for Toilet Installations

  • visit was paid to the Clontarf Foundation,at their Chifley College-Dunheved Campus,St Marys North.Clontarf is one of our annual Grant Recipients.

    Starting with a 5:50am morning kick off,via bus, picking up a dozen aboriginal boys and bringing them back to the school for an intensive exercise and games programme ,followed by a hot breakfast-all before school starts.This happens twice a week with a staff of three.A most impressive programme,and our Club should feel proud to be involved in this type of work

  • Our Guest Speakers this week were Sister Carmel McDonough and Tina Di Sano from Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy College.Sister Carmel ,we had met previously and Tina,one of the key staff members for the Timor Leste Immersion Project.Monte's plan is to build a Teacher Professional Learning Centre in Maliana,Timor Leste.The plan incorporates six separate buildings at a projected cost of some $650,000 to be built over the next two years.Our plan is to develop a working committee of Angelo,Howard and Ian to work with Monte to determine just how our Club can work with Monte to establish a workable project within the total plan .

  • All Board members , please ensure you enrol for the District Assembly on April 29th.
  • (Late) January Dues Invoices have been emailed. Any concerns please discuss with Owen.  
  • Updated Bunnings BBQ schedule posted on the Web site. Any concerns please discuss with Howard.
  • Red Shield Appeal Day 27 May 2018 
  • Next Board Meeting Monday 30th April.
Apr 16, 2018
Apr 23, 2018
The Future is Electric Cars
Apr 30, 2018
Board Meeting
May 07, 2018
School for Life Foundation
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Apr 14, 2018
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Apr 28, 2018
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Board Meeting
Baptist Church
Apr 30, 2018
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
May 12, 2018
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
May 26, 2018
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Pocock, Ian
Editor (back-up)
Staples, Mark
International Toast
Clark, Cyril
Proposer (back-up)
Speaker Introduction
Introduce Speaker
Coote, Cels
Introduce Speaker (back-up)
Speaker Thanks/Write-up
Thank Speaker - Write-up
Sweeney, Tom
Thank Speaker - Write-up (back-up)
Front Desk
Clark, Cyril
Cho, Richard
Room Set Up / Food
Gugliotta, Ross
Room/Food 2
Coote, Peter