What a night we had last week. During the Club business segment of the evening two of our Portfolio Directors outlined their plans for the coming year. Darrel Brewin spoke about Community Service and Jenny Oscar about Youth Service. It looks like we are in for an interesting year in those two areas. Their colleagues will be reporting next week. After dinner our resident quiz master conducted a general knowledge trivia competition. The room was abuzz with busy grey matter working overtime trying to determine the answers to some tricky questions. In the end the "Curry Muncher" team (pictured at left) were triumphant with the highest score. For their efforts they were rewarded with a bag of chocolate bars. There go the kilojoules, I guess. No need to despair for the other competitors as they also got some chocolate. Let us see what unfolds next week.
Monday 11th August we will be holding Fireside Chats in place of our regular meeting. You will have received your invitation via a Clubrunner email on Thursday 17th July.
To enable organising of hosts and guests is important that you register as soon as possible via the Accept or Decline box in that email.
Registrations will close on Sunday 27th July
Please remember that this is a “Partners Night” so you will need to register you and your partner at the bottom of this email.
Your host for the evening will make their own arrangement for dinner which may involve the guests to assist with providing the meal or they may fully cater for you. Depending on the individual catering arrangements at your venue, you may be asked to contribute towards the cot of the dinner which will be limited to a maximum of $15/head.
The theme for this Fireside Chat evening is Let’s find one new member for our Torquay Rotary Club.
Once you have registered you will automatically be set up with a fundraising page.
To help us in reaching our fundraising target, everyone who reaches $25 will receive a limited edition A Walk in the Park 2014 t-shirt. If you are fundraising together as a family or group then the equivalent of $25 per member needs to be reached in order for all members to receive a limited edition A Walk in the Park 2014 t-shirt.
If you cannot meet one of your assigned duties, it is your responsibility to arrange for another member to take your place.
The duty team should arrive no later than 6:00 p.m. Besides the below duties, the assigned team is responsible for Room Setup, Greeting Members and Guests, and Room Tidy at the end of our meeting - see checklist in storeroom or click here .
See Events for details
Mon 21 Jul
Mon 28 Jul
Senior Sargent Tony Francis
The Drug - ICE
Mon 4 Aug
Mon 11 Aug
Fireside Chat Night please RSVP via Clubunner
Please note: The assigned Chairperson for the evening is responsible for writing a short review on the topic presented by the guest speaker of the night and for emailing the review to the Bulletin editor by noon of the following Wednesday
Our meetings have catered dinners, so if you are unable to attend a meeting, or if your partner is unable to attend a designated Partner's Night, YOU MUST ADVISE us of your absence.
There are two ways to do this:
1. filling out in advance the "Apology Book" that is available at each meeting,
2. telephone 03-5222-2022. an answering service operates our of hours
Apologies must be made no later than 9.00AM , on the Monday of the meeting (unless other arrangements were addressed in the Bulletin).
NOTE an answering machine operates at all times
If no apology is recorded by that time, the absentee member willl be sent an invoice to pay the Club the dinner fee ($25) for your non-attendance, and/or that of your partner if it is an official Partner's Night.
REMEMBER on "Partners Nights" it is assumed that you partner IS attending unless you apologise for them!
Also note, if you are bringing a guest or partner (to a non-partner night), you need to notify us of the extra number of persons who are attending.
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The program is intended to provide a platform for the Rotary clubs to present to the community the activities of Rotary. All clubs will be invited to to provide speakers and media releases for upcoming events. Interviews can be conducted by telephone right across the district at NO charge to your club.
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