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Posted by Dr. Moutaz Kokash on Tuesday, 24 October 2017
Young 12th November 2017
What a great day and my thanks to PP Paul Murray and PP Geraldine Rurenga for their professional and dedicated work. Paul Murray prepared an excellent programme which was well received by the 50 delegates. 21 Clubs were represented including Coolamon with President Paul Weston, Henk Hulsman, Alex Thompson and JG.
From Andrew Best:
On 14 November 2017 at 08:51, Andrew Best <[email protected]> wrote:
Dear DGE John,
I am really happy to read the event was a success. Congratulations on drawing in such a large number to a training day like this.
I’m sure we can provide the same support, or possibly physically attend next years event. Thanks for your openness to the light side of my video, I’m glad it was well received.
Its incredible Polio had such an impact on so many Rotarians. I am sorry for the loss of your friend. It is stories like this that motivate me to do as much as I can.
As of today, I have raised $15,300 USD. Once matched by the Gates foundation, that will look like $45,000 USD.
I hope I can make the ride event you have planned. Let’s hope dates don’t clash.
Once I’ve completed the Tucson ride, I will certainly provide any ideas or feedback I have.
New members the lifeblood of any organisation and my club Coolamon is no exception.
“President Paul Weston inducted our newest and youngest member last night. Will Cartwright who will have the vocation as Butcher and will serve with Wayne Lewis on the membership committee. Welcome Will and we all look forward to working with you for our community in the years to come. At this moment Rotarian Will is the youngest Rotarian in the world.”
“Welcome to Rotary and our club, Will, we are open to your ideas and will work with you over the years ahead.”
Wayne Lewis with Will Cartwright and President Paul Weston.
OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS COOLAMON ROTARY CLUB HAS GONE FROM 15-30 MEMBERS!
Rotary Means Business Sydney Rotary Club
Personal Brand Photographer, Zahrina Robertson, was the guest presenter at Sydney Rotary Club’s monthly Business and Networking Breakfast. Only 2 silver haired gentlemen there all the others are young and some potential Rotarians as well.
DISTRICT GOVERNOR ELECT NEWS:
Travelled to Orange for the Orange Daybreak breakfast meeting and spoke on RAGES. Excellent club with growing numbers and a good mix of gender and age. Was looked after by President Bob Derrick and Jennifer who hosted Susan and I at the their winery Montoro Wines close to Orange.
While in Orange I bought my DG Jacket navy Blue from St Vinnies $6 Bargain!
One of the best areas of Rotary is visiting other clubs as you travel. In some cases invited to speak at a meeting. Last week I went to Sydney for several Rotary related meetings one of which was to talk at the Rotary Club of Sydney Tuesday luncheon meeting.
I enjoyed being able to present RAGES as Chair of the Rotarian Action Group for Endangered Species.
Sydney Rotary Club is the second oldest Rotary Club in Australia now 96 years young!
My thanks to Rotarian Richard Poi from the Sydney Rotary Club for the photos.
Come join us in Young on how to “fly” using computers.
What is DisTec17?
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This month RDU Or the Rotary Down Under magazine features animal conservation and there is a great story on RAGES this month.
View the RDU online here: