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19th April, 2015

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This Week

This week we hope to be hearing from Tayne Mann.  Tayne is the student we sponsored to attend the National Youth Science Forum during the school Christmas break.  I have been reliably informed that Tayne is a lovely young man who is a very good speaker.  While his attendance still has to be confirmed it should be an informative and entertaining night.

If Tayne is unable to come this week there will be another guest speaker.  Check with Torin's Monday weekly reminder for final details.

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Next Week

Board Meeting

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Last Week

Last week we heard from Nicole Harvey from Coast Shelter.  Nicole told of the outstanding and vital work undertaken by the team at Coast Shelter and in particular their work at the Women's Refuge in the Toukley area.

Their achievements with diminishing resources is truly inspiring. 

The outcome of the evening is the very likelihood of our club becoming involved in a hands-on project in resurrecting and further developing the children's playground at the refuge. 

Pictured is Nicole (right) with President Elect Jenny and Graham Steel

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MEMBERS' SURVEY

President Elect Jenny Abourzik is seeking the input of all club members through a comprehensive survey to obtain your views on many aspects of our club. Your responses will assist Jenny and her board in developing a vibrant and exciting program for the 2015-16 Rotary year.

Please take the time to complete the survey and submit it by 5th May 2015

The Survey is being sent to all members by email today 19th April.  Look for

"URGENT- Members' Survey" 

in the subject line of your in-box

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Red25 Blood Donor Program

 

It is important to remember is that all Rotarians must register with the Red25 program to make their donation count.
 
Obviously the real winners will be the patients in hospital.

To find out more and register click here

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 Rotary makes headlines

From Rotary Weekly

In the first three months of this year, Rotary received significant coverage from global news organizations including Agence France-Presse, Christian Science Monitor, Daily Nation, Europa Press, the Guardian, Huffington Post, Manila Bulletin, Radio Times, SABC Channel Africa, Saturday Evening Post, Times of India, Time Magazine, and UT San Diego. Much of the news focused on PolioPlus grants, fundraising, and vaccination efforts.

• Saturday Evening Post examines the war on polio

• Daily Nation profiles Nairobi Rotary members who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise polio awareness, funds

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Graham Steel

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