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New Horizons V3 I45

  1. 1. N E W H O R I Z O N S New Horizons The Official Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay Inc. PO Box 168, Nedlands, Western Australia, 6909 ! District 9455! ABN: 99 602 195 617 Volume 3, Issue 45 20th - 26th June 2011 Last Week’s Meeting Welcome to New GSE & RYDA Changeover Night Group Study Exchange Catch up on what Members Volunteers needed - Have you registered for Update on the was covered last Two new members Can you help with these the Club Changeover outbound team to week? welcomed to the club. great projects? night on Thurs 30th Germany, and the Page 1 Page 1 Page 2 June? inbound from Fiji Page 2 Page 3Last E-Wednesday’s ClubMeeting President Simone,The Hon. Gavin Fielding, a Claire andlawyer who became a D a n i e lMagistrate and Industrial ForsdykeRelations Commissioner told h a v emembers about how the indicatedbalance of power has that theygradually shifted from the will beStates to the Federal taking leaveGovernment since and lookingFederation. at setting up an EA number of members asked C l u b . questions and commented on Living inhow these changes affected Canningtheir businesses. Vale and  Ellenbrook, all three Photo (L-R): Graeme Prior and Jill HendersonNext Week’s members live a distance from the Club. was proposed by PP JimMeeting Gould.  Contact details are M. Bring and Buy 0416 234 246 E.As President Simone will be Welcome New at Milner Sydney conducting aworkshop on Social Members Graeme Prior is CEO Hall College Prior and his classification isNetworking for RDU next It is a delight to welcome two Aged Care.   He was Warren Miller and MargaretWednesday, PE Bryant has new members to the RCFB. proposed by Ken and his son Stuart have agreed to ainformed members that he Mason is a member of the friendly competition to seewould like to have next They will be officially Interact Club of Freshwater who can fund the mostweek’s meeting as a Board inducted / welcomed into Bay. Contact details are Shelterboxes at theirMeeting, with all members the Club on Changeover M0419 929 755 E. respective Internationalable to listen.   As time was Night, 30th June. Colleges.   Warren wasshort at last week’s meeting,not allowing for reports, the delighted with the result ofmeeting will start with Rex Evans is  former Rotarian Young Cooks his College’s fundraisingreports prior to the with the RC of Kambalda.  activity last week and is alsocommencement of the Board He is a Financial Planner and Jenny Gill will be updating very supportive of theMeeting. his classification is Elite us on where things are at project.  David Brockway set  Business Practitioner and he with this fundraising activity. up a Shelterbox at the CollegeRotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455 1
  2. 2. N E W H O R I Z O N Sfor all to see what the money Volunteers are stillwas being raised for.   Well required to assist on 16thdone and thank you Warren August for the Rotaryand Margaret. Youth Driver Awareness  for students from Newman College.Working With If members would likeChildren Cards to see a RYDA in action, the RC Matilda Bay areMembers who are prepared conducting one atto work with Youth projects Lathlain Oval on 23rdrequire a Working with June.   If anyone wouldChildren Card.     Forms are like to attend for evenavailable from the PO or an hour to go around tofrom PP Di.   The   forms each of the sixrequire the signature of the simultaneous sessions toClub President. get a feel for the project,  they are encouraged to do so.GSE & RYDA  Hosts and or drivers for Congratul-Group Study Exchangeinbound Team from Fiji (to ations toWiluna) are still beingsought.   Dates 6-10th InteractSeptember and 6-8th October(proposed). President Photo: Gavin Fielding Dinner.  Please mark the date Truman in your diary, bring your family and friends  However, Forrest numbers are required to be with the Caterers up by Last weekend Truman Monday, 27th June. was selected for Youth Exchange and will go to Pre payment is requested, if Germany next year.  possible either at the meeting Congratulations next week or by DD into the Truman you will be a RCFB Westpac Operating fine ambassador for D. Account BSB 036-34 Account 9455.   He is sponsored No. 304015. by the RC Nedlands. Truman’s mum Louise Please RSVP as soon as was a Rotary Exchange possible. Student to the USA and both Truman and Louise This meeting replaces the will attend our Club usual meeting which would Changeover on 30th.  have been on Wednesday,   29th June.     Changeover Magnifying Night Microscopes A number of members have not yet registered Chief Scientist Lyn Beazley for the Club’s Annual participated in a Teacher’s (second) Changeover Professional Development Photo: Rex Evans2 Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  3. 3. N E W H O R I Z O N SCourse / ECO Education family.  It was agreed at theweekend at Perus/ Valley of meeting last week to supportthe Giants last weekend.   It this and a cheque was takenwas run by Elaine Horne.  to the School on ThursdayLyn promoted the morningMicroscopes in Schoolsproject and Elaine has kindlyoffered to pass on our contact Group Studyinformation to participants.  ExchangeCEO of Science TeachersAssociation, John Clarke has Our team bound for Districthad a Rotary Emblem and 1880 in Germany is about toinformation on the project take off. They are a greatput on the STAWA website. team and they are well period. successful visit by our team  prepared and well led. They from Wiluna to Fiji. Hugh has should have a great time. INorth had the good fortune to catch Last month I reported that the Special Focus Team from looked at a number of local projects and assisted with the up with the District GovernorCottesloe of District 1880 in New Fiji would visit Western Australia in selection of the Fiji team. Orleans a few days ago. He June. I amPrimary School will soon be returning to told this has Germany and is looking b e e n RC Freshwater BayA further $40 has come in forward to meeting our team. delayed andfrom the students at North The German team will pay us the team Changeover DinnerCottesloe Primary School will nowfrom Paint Your Pinky, their return visit in April 2012 visit us in The Changeover Dinner of the Rotary Club ofbringing the total raised to and will be at Lizs September Freshwater Bay. $552.00. Conference in Geraldton. this year. When: Thursday 30th June, 2011.  Due to the financial PDG Hugh Venue: Nedlands Golf Club, Melvista Ave,Deputy Principal Darrilyn restrictions on The Rotary L a v e r y Nedlands 6009. Dawson alerted the Club to a Foundation brought about by remained in Time: 6:30pm for 7:00pm. family with ‘necessitous the Global Financial Crisis, F i j i Cost: $50ppmeans’ asking if the Club our exchange with Germany following Note: Please advise of any special dietarycould donate $50 to help the must be over a two year t h e requirements Program for June Board Club Details Rotary Year 2010-11 Date Details Simone Carot Collins — President Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay Inc. PO Box 168, 22nd June Club Forum Nedlands, Daniel Forsdyke — Secretary Western Australia, 6909 Thurs 30th June Club Changeover Dinner Meetings Wednesday 5:45pm to 6:45pm TBA — Club Administration Director Cafe, Bethesda Hospital Welcoming Roster Queenslea Drive Claremont Toni James — Treasurer Date Name Email 22nd June TBA Phone  Bryant Stokes — President Elect 08 9385 0471 30th June TBA Fax 08 9385 0472 Claire Forsdyke — International Director Website Horizons: Winner of the District 9455 Ken Collins — Membership Director Bulletin Award for 2010/11 Facebook freshwaterbayrotary Wilma McBain — Projects DirectorNew Horizons: Winner of the District 9450 Chartered 19 December 2008 Bulletin Award for 2009/10Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455 3