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|Bulletin No. RCAP...669|
Wednesday January 20, 2010
Our Club Website Address is http://www.clubrunner.ca/albertpark
January 20th, 2010
will be an evening for fun and fellowship, an evening for all
to catch up with each other.
January 27th, 2010 the
club will be having one of its members speak on My
3, Rosalie Schwank, Rotary Exchange Student from
February 10th, Glynn
Ianno, Topic - Putting the fun into fundraising.
February 17th, Bare
Foot Bowling at Middle Park Bowls. No meeting at
Lifesaving Victoria this evening.
February 24th, David
Molyneux, Topic - Prison Fellowship Victoria.
March 3rd, My Brilliant Career
by Club Member.
March 10th, Steve
Walters, Topic - Chief Economist JP Morgan .
|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
following and read the History of Australia Day http://www.australiaday.org.au/experience/page76.asp
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whats on in Melbourne on Australia Day http://www.australiaday.vic.gov.au/whats-on/melbourne-program.html?task=program&cid=9
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
Rotarians and friends are invited to
join for some fun with a BBQ Dinner and Bare Foot Bowling.
Date: Wednesday 17th
Middle Park Bowling Club http://home.vicnet.net.au/~midparbc/
Canterbury Road, Albert Park
Reserve, Middle Park.
BBQ Dinner & Bowls
RSVP Kerry Kornhauser firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Here to
The Rotary Club of Albert Park Book
Club is moving to a new venue. They will now store, sort
and sell books from a room at Father Bobs church St. Peter's
and St Paul's South Melbourne more details coming soon. If you
have any queries in the mean time please contact either Ken
Hall on 0403 802 127 email email@example.com
or Joan Robison on 0418 351 762 email firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids
Date: Sunday 14th March
Location: CataniGardens, Melbourne.
times: 6-6.30am start for 5 hours
Albert Park Rotarians and friends please keep this date
free. Sanitarium TRY-athlon have once again asked for
us to assist with the volunteering duties.
Note: We have been advised that no one will need a working
with children card for this event.
200 volunteers are needed to assist in the smooth running
of the Kids TRY-athlon .Volunteer duties will be to assist and
encourage children aged 7 to 15 years participating in the
Weet-Bix Kids TRY-athlon. The aim of the day is for the kids
to have fun in a non-competitive environment where every
participant receives a medal and a finisher's certificate.
will include: ENCOURAGING THESE YOUNG PEOPLE
*Getting Ready and
Encouraging the kids to 'get ready'
to enter transition by wearing their helmets & shirts.
Writing event numbers on the kids' upper arms with large
nikkos. On completion of numbering volunteers (marshals) will
be reallocated to the following sections: Swim, Cycle, Run and
Recovery and may be asked to assist with bike check out from
the transition area when their initial duties are
Assisting the children with racking
of their bikes, guidance during the event ,security , and bike
"check out" after event.
Crowd control and supervising kids
into age groups for swim start. Helping to pack up signage
then assist in Transition .
Guidance along cycle course on closed
roads along Wharf and Station Road. Helping
with pack up of road closure equipment and signage then assist
in Transition .
Guidance along run course within Camp
Shortland Reserve. Helping to pack up of equipment and signage
then assist in Transition .
Manning a tent to supply water to
Volunteers are required to be at CataniGardens between
on at the "Meeting Point" tent located near the finish
will be at 6.40am. The first jobs will start at 7.00am to
assist with checking in and numbering the youngsters, and
putting bikes in racks. At around 8.00 to 8.30am some will
move to swim, cycle, run or recovery to be ready for the
comfortable walking shoes and suitable clothing; bring snack
A cap, T-shirt and botted water will be provided in a kit
bag. Volunteers should be over 16 years of age.
Email Liz De Nittis, Rotary Club of Albert Park at email@example.com or Ph: 0407 321
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
Jan 23rd 2010 Henry and Loretta Michaelsen
Jan 30th 2010 - June 2010 Paul to advise.
2004-05 Jessie Bainbridge
2005-06 Jim Prokhovnik
2009/2010 Joan Robison
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