Get to know our incoming RI President Barry Rassin. Here you will get a glimpse of what Rotary does and can do; be inspired by this man and:
Be The Inspiration to Change Lives including your own watch this video below:
Just in form San Diego and the training for District Governor 2018-2019. Our President is Barry Rassin from The Bahamas please enjoy his opening speech.
DECEMBER IS DISEASE PREVENTION & TREATMENT MONTH
ONE ROTARIAN ACTION GROUP RFHA or
Rotarians for Family Health & AIDS Prevention
WALKS THE TALK!
Rotary Family Health Days is the signature program of Rotarians For Family Health & AIDS Prevention (RFHA). The program promotes healthy living and disease prevention by implementing a massive, annual campaign in four countries in Africa and in India that provides comprehensive, free health care services tens of thousands of people in underprivileged communities.
The services include lifelong immunizations to children, such as polio and measles vaccines and comprehensive life-saving annual screens such as HIV, TB, Malaria, Diabetes, Hypertension and more.
Above Marion Bunch the woman behind RFFA now RFHA an amazing story.
Below in Montreal June 2010 RFHA Board Meeting:
L-R: JG; “Olu” PDG Olugbemiga Olowu; Polio Plus Chair PRIVP Mike McGovern; CEO & Founder Marion Bunch; Foundation Chair PRID Paul Netzel; PDG Mark Doyle and COO Len Lanzi.
We came up with this idea to show that Rotarains are the shining glittering facets of the head of a diamond, say, in a ring.
The part of the diamond that you do not see are the people, Rotarians, who support the members. The pointy end of the diamond is the District Governor in this case.
Rotarians are rare diamonds.
One of the best projects going on in our District 9700 is Dream Cricket.
Currently being promoted in Nepal by Mary Brell from the Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak. Mary is in Nepal with the REAL SCHOOLIES from Orange. What a wonderful project.
The Schoolies brought Dream cricket to Nepal today! Everyone involved had a wonderful day and the schoolies experience something extremely humbling. An great initiative and start to an ongoing international friendship!
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!