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                       The Official Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay Inc.
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  1. 1. New Horizons The Official Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay Inc. PO Box 168, Nedlands, Western Australia, 6909 ! District 9450! ABN: 99 602 195 617 Volume 2, Issue 10! 7th - 13th September 2009 Letter From the Club What is the Paul Quiz Night Climb for a Smile GSE Breaks New Rotary Foundation President Harris Society? The club is organising a Sponsor Team RC Ground Thought of the Week A roundup of the clubs Details on how to Quiz Night for 21st Freshwater Bay in the First ever all wheelchair This week’s thought is activities. become a member of the October 2009. inaugural attempt at GSE. about bridging the Page 1 Paul Harris Society. Page 2 the BankWest Tower. Page 3 world’s needs. Page 2 Page 2 Page 5 Monday last Ken and I went October. Would all members Letter From the Ken and Malpo met with out to Curtin University to please put in a big effort to Max Kay last week and Ken, see the prototype computer obtain suitable prizes and to Club President Rob, Max and I will be going programme for Autism encourage as many friends to hear them on Tuesday which of ‘Friend of Rotary’ and family to support the Dear Fellow Rotarians, evening, and depending on member Svetha Venkatesh night as possible as we Max Kay’s evaluation of has spent this year working desperately need funds to Malpo Economou, a Rotary them, we will assess where on. It is groundbreaking and carry out projects. Foundation Ambassadorial we go from there, including we congratulate Svetha for Scholar from the UK to D. an audition for the OZ what she is doing and wish Yours in Rotary Service, 9470 last year was our Concert if they are of the her well in sourcing funds to speaker this week. calibre Malpo considers they get this project into Di Collins are. operation. Hopefully, we will Charter President Having completed her then be able to see Svetha as Masters at Curtin University, Already, one or two of our an active member of the she is now working in members have offered to Club. Community Development at personally ‘loan’ amounts to ASeTTS – an Association have the CD produced as it Rob Rohrlach has kindly dedicated to supporting would be beneficial to have offered the club the use of a Survivors of Torture and this available prior to a projector, screen and portable Trauma. Malpo came to us fundraising concert. Once PA system from his business. with a possible project, that again, the club has the Grateful thanks Rob as this of assisting a group from opportunity of becoming involved with another will certainly make it easier to function when we have ShelterBox Burundi in Central Africa, who, in 2007 set up their own Peace Choir of 20-25 exciting community project. speakers who wish to enhance their presentations News individuals, whom she Alan Stewart, Dr Norm with visuals. Also, the use of Tuppen and Ken are meeting a PA at times would also be Dear Fellow Rotarians, would like to assist to help on Friday next to talk further of enormous value. I have enclosed the last two themselves. The vision is to on the Wiluna Aboriginal newsletters. I apologise for put up funds (which would project and Ken will be Pres. Kerry McAuliffe from the slight delay as my be reimbursed in time) for travelling to Wiluna with the RC of Perth has reported computer decided to not them to make a CD, which Alan on Monday 14th Sept. he has another member of the forward emails! I hope all is would be sold at concerts / Once again, depending on RC of Perth, tax lawyer fixed. functions / events where they perform. The hope is the outcome of these Lionel King, looking at meetings, an assessment will putting the application Thank you for your previous that they, with the assistance be made as to how best to together for the RC of support, our stocks in of Rotary, put on a concert progress with the help sought Freshwater Bay’s Foundation. Melbourne are depleted and which will provide the funds for this indigenous require replenishment. If to pay for the production of community. Another bag of Elizabeth’s husband, PP your club could consider the CD. A lot of ground work knitted beanies / scarves etc Graeme Bain has kindly assisting at this time it would has already been done, with are awaiting transportation to offered his services as Quiz be greatly appreciated. certain establishments and Wiluna, which no doubt will Master for us and Burswood   individuals offering their go with Alan next week. on Swan has been booked for Regards services free or at a very this event on Wednesday, 21st   nominal cost. Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9450! 1
  2. 2. N E W H O R I Z O N S Michael Reeves are not Rotarians.  You do not resident at the Annual Dr participants and prizes for ShelterBox Representative have to be a Rotarian to Ken Collins Address on the raffles, auctions  and as table District 9450 become a member of 16th November. prizes.  The more the better.  Committee..   It is a great time to empty out   We already have several cupboards of unopened, You do not have to be a members and are now unused gifts as they make Rotarian to help organise an appealing to clubs to identify great prizes.     Also, please event. If you would like to members who are willing to approach businesses and join Rotary - Great!! make The Rotary Foundation contacts for donations of   one of their charities of items.     All members and But what we would like to choice.  Remember it is OUR Friends of the Rotary Club of see is non Rotarian alumni charity, there are no Freshwater Bay are participate in Committee administration costs and encouraged to get behind the Rotary activities.   After all it's your Committee and it exists for contributions deductible. are tax club’s first serious fund raising activity as we Foundation your  benefit.     Attached is the form to fill urgently need money to carry out the projects Alumni Give it some serious thought.   out and return to me.   planned by the various committees. Cheers We want as many PHS   Greetings Alumni.   members as possible signed   Cleve Main up by the 16th November. Club Assembly This is the Committee's Chairman, State Alumni   second mail out and Committee If you have any queries Another date for your diaries honouring our commitment please contact me. is Saturday, 26th September, to keep in touch.   9.00am – 11.00am at   What is the Kind regards, Lotterywest, 74 Walters Dr, Some of you now live   Osborne Park.  interstate and possibly Paul Harris Ken Collins overseas but that does not D9450 TRF Chair At our last Assembly on 25th mean we can't communicate. Society? July, it was discussed as to Let us know what's whether these should be happening in your part of the   The Paul Harris Society is a Pull Up Banner continued on such a regular world. basis and the consensus was special district recognition program designed for and Club that they should as it allows Last year we held a highly members to have a more in- Rotarians and others who successful Alumni reunion wish to support The Rotary Bannerettes depth input into the direction dinner and   by popular of the club.   Our weekly Foundation in a more demand there will be another meetings are already full and substantial way each year. Marcos, Daniel and Simone one in the first half of next do not allow for discussion   are liaising on a suitable year. about future fundraising and The Paul Harris Society design for a pull up banner   social activities, possible recognizes Rotarians and and perhaps it is timely to BUT on   October 4 of this projects etc.   Your input is friends of The Rotary also look at a design for a year, your Committee has valued, so please come along Foundation who annually club banner.  planned a picnic day at Lake and add your contribution. contribute US$1,000.00 or   Leschenaultia (details and   more to the Annual contact personnel are on the Programs fund, PolioPlus or Quiz Night attached flyer). the Humanitarian Grants Climb for a   Program. Wednesday, 21st October, If you are the athletic type   2009 at Burswood on Swan, Smile you may well be taking part The first Paul Harris Society Camfield Rd, Burswood, in Rotary's big fund raiser was established in 1998 in 7.00pm for 7.30pm is the date Andrea and Elizabeth, "Climb for a Smile" on that D5340, California.   The idea and venue for our Quiz liaising with Director Rob are day. gained momentum and Night. spearheading the Climb for a   quickly spread to other Smile on Sunday, 4th October.  If you happen to live in districts around the world. PP Graeme Bain from the RC Due to heavy work Queensland or Tasmania, The trustees of The Rotary of Cambridge has kindly commitments Roger has had there's a tiny possibility you Foundation officially offered his services as Quiz to pull back from leading this won't be able to attend; but approved the Paul Harris Master for the event.  Many activity.   Members please for those who live locally and Society as a district thanks Graeme.   The offer encourage friends, not in either of those administered recognition has been accepted with much colleagues, neighbours and categories, why not make up program effective 1 July 2006. appreciation. family to either do the climb party of family and friends   up Bankwest Tower or and just have a relaxing day The concept has been picked PLEASE would all members sponsor anyone who is out? up in several of the districts put this date in your diaries. willing to do the climb.  Rob   in the Eastern States   of   has members who have And lastly - your Committee Australia and D9450 will be Please also start working on volunteered to assist with the needs helpers. Alumni does officially launching our PHS spreading the word about the exit.   Three members have have Rotarians as members in the presence of the RI Quiz night, rounding up taken raffle tickets to sell, $70 but the big majority of you 2! Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9450
  3. 3. N E W H O R I Z O N S from the sale of each book will concerned for the continued come back to the club. support of this project.   Four Way GSE Breaks New Brunch at Bill & Sue Hassell’s Speaking Ground Sunday, 11th October, 2009 By Jennifer Lee Atkin  Contest and Rotary International News You are invited to attend a Brunch at Bill and Sue Hassell’s. 4 September 2009 Siemens Science There is a cost of $10.00 per person to cover costs. For 33-year-old Robb Martin, the Experience 2009 Group Study Exchange RSVP to Daniel Forsdyke to indicate your attendance. Please between Rotary districts 5490 note that payment will be collected prior to the event. Two youth projects for high (Arizona, USA) and 9680 (New school students are coming out South Wales, Australia) offered to clubs.   Information on both more than the opportunity to these projects can be found in compete in a sailboat race, your District Directory, which is summit a mountain, and meet a great little book containing a vast amount of information on with other law enforcement officers. District Governor’s Visit both the District and a thumbnail paragraph or two on It was also a once-in-a-lifetime Thursday, 1st October, 2009 District and International chance to participate in Rotary’s projects and programs. first-ever all-wheelchair GSE. Members, Spouses and Friends of the Club are invited to attend   the Official Visit of the DG Geoff and Margaret Simpson. A former patrol officer from Anawim Prescott, Arizona, Martin This will be a dinner meeting 6:30pm for 7:00pm at a cost of became paralyzed from the chest $25.00 per person, with BYO wine. Aboriginal down following a 2005 vehicle accident, but continues to work RSVP to Daniel Forsdyke to indicate your attendance. Please Shelter for the police department in the note that payment will be collected prior to the night. dispatch center. Note: Board members are requested to meet with DG Geoff at 5:30pm Qantas have provided female toiletries packs which Director "The whole point [of the GSE] Rob has.   An employee from was to dissolve the perception of Bethesda Hospital, Beverley people in wheelchairs," Martin explains. "Just because we’re in Garrett, has obtained $100 voucher from Target to purchase wheelchairs doesn’t mean that Sponsoring Team RC Freshwater we can’t do things that able- pyjamas and Elizabeth Bain has $400 from a donation from Jane bodied people can do." Bay for Climb for a Smile Armstrong’s Church which she is using to purchase pyjamas The idea for an all-wheelchair Link to : and socks.   Many thanks to all GSE started two years ago page FreshwaterBayClimbforasmile when Charlie Tegarden, 2008-09 governor of District 5490, struck Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9450! 3
  4. 4. N E W H O R I Z O N S As for Martin, he's considering I just wanted to thank you all for joining the Prescott-Sunup club. joining in the "Club Spirit" and ordering your polo shirts and "As a police officer, I was able to Caps. I have placed the order serve the community, and that with EmbroidMe and will let was very fulfilling to me," Martin you know shortly when they will says. "Now, I have found a way be available. to fill that void and still get out there and help the community. Graeme and Elizabeth have kindly said that if any further "I'd like to be a team leader in a order a placed these can also be future GSE." filled on a one-off basis. Written for Reconnections Kind Regards Claire Forsdyke   Club Polo Shirts Club Director The Rotary Foundation - and Caps International Rotary's first all-wheelchair GSE teams, from districts 9680 (New South Dear Rotarians Wales, Australia) and 5490 (Arizona, USA), meet with New South Wales Governor Marie Bashir and her husband, Sir Nicholas Shehadie (standing, center). At far left (standing) is Tony Castley, at far right, Harold Sharp. Photo by Mark Wallace Turn September Blue! up a conversation with Darol wheelchair GSE because of a Kubacz in an airport. The two perception that disabled More men die from prostate cancer than women from breast cancer. During September, Perth will be turning blue for prostate cancer to were returning from Mexico people "are either subnormal promote awareness and fundraising for PCFA Rotary Clubs and where they had helped or unable to live and travel Corporate Australia will be asked to take part in the following: distribute wheelchairs to the independently and hold down needy as part of a Rotary full-time, worthwhile • Blue Laces Day on the 18th September. Laces are $6 project. Kubacz, a wheelchair employment," says Sharp, a each. Wear laces somewhere on the body! user, was curious to learn more member of the Rotary Club of about Rotary, and Tegarden Crows Nest, New South Wales, • Host a BBQ – Companies or individuals will host a BBQ was happy to oblige. and the GSE’s cochair. "As a to raise funds awareness around the workplace. result of the exchange, the "Eventually, the conversation attitude in our district has • Nominate a day in September when all the staff will wear blue and make a $2 coin donation. turned to Group Study totally changed." Exchange," Tegarden recalls. If Rotarians would like to assist at all please call "As I was talking about how Sharp, who is retired from a Cate Harman 9381 7444 great GSE was, I was thinking c a re e r in n o n p ro fi t or to myself that it was too bad management, counts himself in that a person like [Kubacz] that group. "Though I have for could not participate. How many years been involved For more information on this killer disease and what you can do to could he possibly travel? … with people with disabilities, help, go to Then the obvious struck me -- the wheelchair GSE allowed he was sitting right there with me to become very involved me in the Mexico City airport! on a day-to-day basis. It was Why couldn’t he participate in only then that I realized that I a GSE?" was totally underestimating [disabled people’s] abilities Determined to host an all- and desire to be judged on The Dr Ken Collins Address wheelchair GSE, Tegarden their results and not their found a partner in Tony appearances." Monday, 16th November, 2009 Castley, 2008-09 governor of District 9680, whom he met at In Arizona, "we've opened the 7:00pm for 7:30pm at the Golden Nugget Room, Gloucester the 2007 RI Convention in Salt door now to people with Park.  Lake City, Utah. Past district disabilities," says Schiller, a governors Harold Sharp (9680) member of the Rotary Club of Cost is $45.00 per person for a two course meal.  Bar service is and Don Schiller (5490) Prescott-Sunup and the available.  coordinated the exchange, and district's GSE chair. "We might the idea became reality. not do another all-wheelchair RI President John Kenny will be the keynote speaker.  Kubacz, now a member of the GSE, but I can see disabled Rotary Club of Phoenix-West, people participating in our The Rotary Foundation Alumni speaker will be retired Federal served as the Arizona team next GSE, just like anyone Court Judge Bob Nicholson.  leader. else." Some Rotarians were initially a little uneasy about an all- 4! Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9450
  5. 5. N E W H O R I Z O N S aspects of life. With support them with access to life’s The Rotary from a Rotary Foundation daily needs. Foundation Matching grant eight foot bridges were built to alleviate So even during the rainy these villages isolation. season in Ethiopia, Rotarians Week 10: This week’s Rotary will know that through Foundation Thought is about Sponsored by the Rotary contributions to The Rotary bridging the world’s needs. Club of Addis Ababa, Foundation they helped Ethiopia and the Rotary Club provide a bridge out of During the rainy season in of Gloucester, Virginia, USA isolation for these eight Ethiopia many rural these bridges will improve communities. communities are isolated by the living conditions of local fast flowing flooded rivers communities and provide that separate them from vital Program for September / October Introduction Date Details Date Name 10th September Rohland Hahnel - ‘From East 10th September Sue Hassell Germany to Australia, a personal story’ 24th September Anne McAnearney 17th September Committee Meetings Vote of Thanks 24th September Bill Hassell - Life and Times Date Name 26th September Club Assembly - LotteryWest House 09:00 to 11:00 10th September Roger Marston 1st October District Governor’s Visit - Dinner 24th September Claire Forsdyke Meeting Welcoming Roster Board Club Details Rotary Year 2009-10 Date Name Di Collins — President Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay Inc. PO Box 168, Nedlands, 10th September Enid Wall Ken Collins — Vice President / Western Australia, 6909 Membership Director 17th September Roh Siriwardena Meetings Thursday 5:45pm to 6:45pm 24th September Daniel Forsdyke Cafe, Bethesda Hospital Simone Carot Collins — President Elect / Queenslea Drive 1st October Elizabeth Bain Club Administration Director Claremont 8th October Sue Hassell Email Rajah Senitharajah — Treasurer Phone 08 9385 0471 Bulletin Contributions Daniel Forsdyke — Secretary Fax 08 9385 0472 Contributions for the weekly bulletin are Website sought from members of the club. Rob Rohrlach — Projects Director Why not use the bulletin to update the club Facebook on the projects your committee is working Claire Forsdyke — International Director on or promote the clubs next fundraising gid=47737002646 event. Toni James — PR & Marketing Please forward articles and photos to Committee Director Chartered 19 December 2008 Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9450! 5
  6. 6. !"#$ %&'()" *+ ,-.-$)/ 0112 , &345"6) 78 ,-$)3(97( 4: );" <4)(3= >9-? 4: @8'"(A4-3 B799$ ShelterBox deploys to three disasters in 48 hours ShelterBox, international disaster relief organisation and the largest global Rotary club project, is responding to Typhoon Morakot after tens of thousands of people have been left stranded in the storm’s wake. During the past several days, the storm has passed over the Philippines, Taiwan and mainland China, leaving a trail of destruction. High winds, flooding and mudslides have left thousands in need of emergency shelter. In Taiwan, 50,000 people are stranded and flooding has submerged many homes. In China nearly 1 million people have been evacuated in the Fujian Province while 13,000 people have been displaced in the Zambales Province in the Philippines with authorities describing the situation as a calamity. Typhoon Morakot has brought with it a record amount of rainfall with close to 2.5 metres falling on Taiwan. ShelterBox is providing emergency disaster relief on all three fronts. ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) members ‘Aussie’ Peter Pearce (Aust) and Ross Mackenzie (NZ) are already on the ground in the Philippines, SRT members David Ray (UK), Philip Duloy (UK) and Mike Greenslade (UK) will arrive in Taipei, Taiwan today and SRT member Tony Zhang (CH) is assessing the situation in China. 224 ShelterBoxes are in transit to the Philippines and 100 ShelterBoxes have been sent to Taiwan. Our SRT leaders will continue to assess the need and respond accordingly. ShelterBox Founder Tom Henderson said: ‘This is a textbook ShelterBox operation. We’ve been watching this for a few days and monitoring the situation. We now have teams in place on all three fronts that will be providing emergency disaster relief as quickly as possible. With each ShelterBox containing a 10- person tent, blankets, water purification and cooking equipment, basic tools, a stove and other essential equipment, we not only provide people with emergency shelter provision but also the tools to start rebuilding their lives.’ Further updates and photographs of our disaster relief will be sent as they come to hand. C !"## $$! %!" D #&!% !"' ("' @ )*+,-./012034,567.2361)68,39867 E ./012034,567.2361)68,39867
  7. 7. News Update 25 August, 2009 A project in Australia of the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills 3,000+ sheltered by ShelterBox ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) members Peter ‘Aussie Pete’ Pearce, Ross Mackenzie (NZ), Lizzy Treglown (UK) and Denise Ho (USA) are working together as part of the global ShelterBox response to assist those displaced by Typhoon Morakot in the Philippines. To date, over 3,000 survivors have been housed with safety and dignity thanks to the delivery of 334 ShelterBoxes and 8 School boxes sponsored by Rotarians around the world. Working closely with the Army and the Philippine government, our SRT members oversaw the clearing, back-fill and occupation of specifically set up ShelterBox villages. ‘Aussie Pete’ praised the assistance of his fellow Rotarians and said “it is extremely gratifying to be an integral part of uniting families again after this disaster and providing them with hope to start over.” As our international SRT colleagues head home, Rotarian and SRT member Hans Van Dyk landed in Manilla last night to assist ‘Aussie Pete’ with the final leg of the deployment – to set up yet another ShelterBox village. ! !"## $$! %!" " #&!% !"' ("' # )*+,-./012034,567.2361)68,39867 $ ./012034,567.2361)68,39867
  8. 8. ShelterBox, Rotarians and World Vision team together Rotarian and SRT member Keith Robins reports that in Taimali (city in Taitung), Taipei the river burst its boundaries to cause massive flooding, decimating bridges and roads. Normally about 100 feet wide and now a massive half a mile wide it wiped out the town on Taimali causing many millions of tonnes of trees and debris to wash out to sea and destroyed all homes in its path. Working with World Vision, ShelterBox SRT members visited the village of Jiedah (Jinfong region) and assisted those who had lost their homes to the flooding created by Typhoon Morakot. With another delivery of ShelterBoxes to assist those affected by Typhoon Morakot, we need your help to replenish our reserve stock in Melbourne in readiness for the next disaster within our region. We thank you for your support. ! !"## $$! %!" " #&!% !"' ("' # )*+,-./012034,567.2361)68,39867 $ ./012034,567.2361)68,39867
  9. 9. DONATION FORM !"#$%&'()"%*")+'" AUSTRALIA The need exists … the need persists ,%)-$."/012"%*"345'-6%1$"78009 Donation made by: * Individual(s)/organisation ……..……………………………………………… OR * Rotary Club of ……………………………………………………………….. District ……………….. Contact name(s) …………………………………………. Address …………………………………………. …………………………………………. Postcode ……….. Telephone ………………… Email ………………………………………. * This will be the name that appears on the Roll of Honour unless you specify otherwise: .……………………………………………………………………………………… DONATION ……. ShelterBoxes @ $1,200.00 each $ ………………… Other amount(s) …………………. Total $ ………………… * Please make sponsorship cheque(s) payable to ‘ShelterBox Australia’ And send, with this form to: ShelterBox Australia PO Box 790 Endeavour Hills Vic 3802 ONLY if a tax receipt is required, please tick this box and make cheque(s) payable to ‘ShelterBox Australia– RAWCS’, but still sent to the above address. * Donations can also be made by credit card – visit: “Make a donation” 1300 881 913 and (03) 9794 7127 Disclaimer: The “ShelterBox Trust” (a registered charity in the United Kingdom) will only distribute aid material on the basis of need within safe and achievable operating parameters. Location and time specific donations cannot be accepted.
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