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|Bulletin No. RCAP...669|
Wednesday January 13th, 2009
Our Club Website Address is http://www.clubrunner.ca/albertpark
Welcome back to our first
newsletter for 2010. I trust you all had a great break
and enjoyed the Christmas and New Year Festivities.
Our first meeting for the
year will be on this Wednesday 13th January at Lifesaving
Victoria Head Quarters, 200 The Boulevard, Port
Melbourne 6.00pm for 6.30 start. Please be sure to
inform Kerry Kornhauser email@example.com in advance if you are attending as meal
arrangement need to be made.
|January Rotary Awareness Month|
marks the beginning of the second half of the Rotary year.
It's a time to look back on what we've accomplished so far, to
assess our progress, and to renew our determination to achieve
our goals in the months remaining. It's a time to discuss and
evaluate the goals of our clubs as well as the goals we've set
for ourselves as Rotarians.
also Rotary Awareness Month, a time for us to consider how our
Rotary values – and our own actions – influence public
perceptions of Rotary. Our strategic plan outlines five core
values that define and guide us as we chart a course into our
second century of service.
our first value, as it should be. Our focus on service is
reflected in our primary motto, Service Above Self. Through
our clubs and districts, we have the potential to create
better, safer, and healthier communities, one project at a
is the reason Rotary was founded over 100 years ago. The
friendship, the camaraderie, and the wonderful sense of doing
something good together is what keeps us all looking forward
to our Rotary meetings week after week.
is an aspect of Rotary that becomes more important with every
passing year with more than 200 countries and
geographical areas already on the Rotary map.
is fundamental to our organization's identity. Every Rotarian
is a guardian of the reputation that generations of Rotarians
have worked to build. When we maintain the highest ethical
standards in all of our dealings, we strengthen the trust that
allows us to serve more effectively.
But it will
only happen if we show leadership, the fifth, and final, core
value. Each of us must remember, with our every action, that
we are Rotarians. When we are chosen to become Rotarians, and
when we choose to accept that honor, we take it upon ourselves
to become representatives of the entire organization.
When we are
known as Rotarians, then everything we do reflects upon us
all. By living by our core values and committing to Service
Above Self, we build a stronger Rotary and a better world for
Charity Benefit - The World ship|
Last Wednesday evening
several members from The Rotary Club of Albert Park were
fortunate enough to have the opportunity to
board The World ship which was currently
visiting Melbourne and moored at Station Pier. The
World is a privately owned condo project on the
water. Members were invited by Rotarians Mr &
Mrs Mark Bennett from a suburb of Dallas, Texas, USA to come
aboard for a charity event be shown a
tour, meet fellow rotarians, enjoy drinks and nibbles
and exchange banners. After deducting the
costs for food and drinks the club made an
approximate profit of $2,500.00. This money will go
towards one of our local Rotary Charities.
World - Towering 12 decks high, launched in 2002,
197-metre, 43,000 tonne unique vessel with 165 residences
ranging from small-but-salubrious studios to more palatial two
and three bedroom apartments with everything that opens,
closes, shimmers and stuns between the front door and the
ocean view. There are also 4 restaurants, cafes, bars, two
swimming pools a golf simulator, full sized tennis court,
running track, games, cigar and meeting rooms as well as a 200
seat theatre , gym and a fully equipped lavish spa.
See the ship's web site at http://www.aboardtheworld.com/.
Exchanging club banners,
President RCAP Joan Robison and Addison Rotary Club
member Mark Bennett, onlooking David and Diane
Addison Midday Rotary website District 5810 Addison Texas
banners, On Looking Brian Beaumont, John Garvey
member Wichita Rotary Club Kansas http://www.wichitarotary.org/ and RCAP President Joan Robison
Rotarians aboard The World.
More photo's are available
from photo downloads on the web page.
During December 2009 Rotarians from The Rotary Club of
Albert Park presented Nine (9) Awards of Excellence
to students graduating from the following schools.
Middle Park Primary School, Albert Park Primary School,
Port Melbourne Primary School.
These children were selected by their teachers to
receive these awards together with funds with
a value of $400 each which is to assist with costs of going to
State Secondary School.
Many thanks to Lorraine McIldowie, Loretta Michaelsen and
Jim Prokhovnik for delivering these awards. This was a great
honour for our club to support these awards and we
wish the students every success at their secondary
16th December 2009 Albert Park Rotarians enjoyed a Christmas
Breakup Party held on Sandridge Life Saving Beach.
conditions were very hot and windy, we were able to set up in
the shade, talk, share, drink, eat and enjoy ourselves.
Annois displaying her new hair style.
Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil,
Rotarians, John Green, Henry Michaelsen and Rob McIldowie
having time form some Christmas cheer.
GSE Welcome Dinner - Tuesday 9th February|
The Rotary Club
of Brighton Beach
is holding a dinner
to officially welcome
The Group Study
2203 Spain to Rotary District 9800
Here for Detail
BAYSIDE ORATION FEB 18TH 2010
VIP Guest Speaker: Professor David de
Gretser, AC, Governor of
Topic: "Mens Health Issues"
"Men's Health Issues"
HERE FOR DETAIL
2 x fold up chairs,
1 x blue 1 x green, left at Sandridge Beach on
Christmas Breakup evening. Please contact either Henry
or Loretta Michaelsen firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 9681 7382 should you be looking for your
ROTARY CLUB OF ALBERT PARK Door
Roster Please be sure to notify Editor Loretta
should you change your allocated time so it can
be updated in the bulletin.
Kate Staniforth, Stan Teschke, Vicki Teschke
Richard Goss, Ian Henry, Rob McIldowie, Lorraine
Nittis, Kerry Kornhauser, Chris Lovett, Del Lovett
Please contact Paul Sullivan if you
have any queries about the Door Roster 0412 818
144 email email@example.com
Rotary Club of Albert Park Community
Want community Meals Instructions. Please login, go to
My ClubRunner Box, Click on View Club Documents, then click
on Community Meals Instructions.
If you have any issues or changes please contact
Paul Flakus by Tuesday each week if you are
unavailable OR that they have made alternative changes on
0417 567 747 Phone: 03 9589
1722 Fax: 03 9589 2799 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2004-05 Jessie Bainbridge
2005-06 Jim Prokhovnik
2009/2010 Joan Robison
All For This WeeK|
Australia Day Holiday
coming up soon. Start planning your celebration now.