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New Horizons Vol 4 Issue 2

  1. 1. 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 4, Issue 2 6th - 13th July2011Weekly NewsletterLast Week’s Meeting Meeting 13th July End of Polio Storm The Stage RYDAMatthew’s ascent of Italian night at the Breakfast Read about another Read EvaluationMt Everest Hassell’s October 5th Youth project CommentsPage 1 Page 2 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4Last Week‟s Meeting who is a Psychologist and colleague of Toni James.Matthew Gabriele, a young man Rhonda and Eddie Roe from thewho recently scaled Mt Everest, Rotary Club of Mandurah, whogave a comprehensive and are working tirelessly to promoteextremely interesting account a return to teaching reading theof his recent experience in „old fashion way‟ with phonics.Nepal climbing Mt Everest. Also, welcomed was Varun Moudgal who came as a guest ofMatthew‟s Power Point and the Yudelman‟s as Varun foundphotographs provided a graphic their Maiti Foundation Websitepicture of his adventure. He and through RAWCS has made aalso brought along some of the $1,000 used on the climb,explaining how, since theascent by Sir Edmond Hillary,the gear had significantlyimproved.Rotary‟s Connection to Rhonda & Eddie RoeMt Everest Visitors andAround six years ago two GuestsRotaractors climbed to the summitof Mt Everest, hoisted the Rotary Delighted to welcomeFlag and got married up there. back Jill Henderson PP Jim Gould, Clifford Yudelman & Pres. Bryant StokesRotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  2. 2. NEW HORIZONS The End of With a final push being made to see the end to Polio, this event is to Polio motivate and inform not only Breakfast Rotarians, but Politicians and The Rotaract Club Corporations about what Rotary, in of Subiaco has conjunction with WHO, UNICEF taken on and the CDC have been striving spearheading a towards for more than a quarter of joint Rotary/ a century. Rotaract/Global Poverty Project See attached brochure. (Page 6) Breakfast on Wednesday, Presidential Citations 5th October, 2011. and District AwardsMatthew Gabriele At the District Changeover last The Rotaractors have put up the week 15 Clubs were awardedInduction/Welcome of deposit for the Perth Convention Presidential Citations and 8 Clubs, Centre and need to sell 300-500 including the RC Freshwater Baythe Yudelman‟s tickets to make the event were awarded a Presidential worthwhile. They require the full Citation with Distinction.New Membership Director PP Jim support of every Rotary Club toGould inducted Gillian and buy tables and for members of Five District Awards were givenwelcomed Clifford into the RC out as follows: Clubs who have business orFreshwater Bay. corporate connections to buy 1. Highest Contribution to the tables. The cost is $50.00 per Rotary Foundation - RC ofWelcome again and delighted to person OR $260.00 for a table Belmonthave you both with us. of eight. It is significantly less to purchase a table than to pay $50 2. Best Club of the Year – RCMeeting 13th July p/p. Time is Heirisson 7.00am - 9.00am. 3. Most improved ClubA social night at Bill Membership (per capitaand Sue Hassell‟s. basis) – RC BroomeAmbra and Anna willcook a modern Italian 4. Indigenous Servicemeal for us. Time: Award6.30pm at 20 This award is for initiating and conducting the UniLoneragan Street, Focus Group StudyNedlands. Cost: $10 Exchange between theper person and BYO community in Wiluna anddrinks. Fiji and it was jointly awarded to the RCs ofShould be a wonderful Freshwater Bay andnight. Many thanks Geraldton Greenough.Bill, Sue and Margaret. Debbie Cash, Gillian Yudelman, Varun Mudgal & Clifford YudelmanRotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  3. 3. NEW HORIZONSWell done Freshwater team members or to act as aBay driver during their stay withThe RC of Freshwater Bay can be the Club.pleased with the recognition Like manyreceived this year for its efforts by programs of theboth RI, with the Presidential RotaryCitation with Distinction, the Foundation,District Bulletin Award and the GSE is basedIndigenous Service Award. Along on personalwith this, the only Community people frombased Interact Club in the District another culturewas established and the thus promotingMicroscopes Project in Schools has Worldgone from strength to strength.A host of other minor projects have Gillian Yudelman & Pres. Bryant Stokesalso been carried out, mainly in the Understanding. GSE is aNew Generations and · Categories are for Best wonderful program, so pleaseInternational Service areas. This Performance Drama and Best consider becoming involved byRotary year, with Jenny Gill Performance Musical Theatre. hosting and or driving. In hostingworking on Fundraising, we should only a bed and perhaps a few mealshave the funds to do much more. Local heats start in June, winners are required (depends how many feed into semi-finals which begin meals are organised for the TeamStorm the Stage in July which lead into State to attend out). Finals. The National Final willKathleen Elliott, PE of the Interact take place in Brisbane in News from the InboundClub of Freshwater Bay has November.nominated for this year‟s Storm the Website: GSE Team fromStage. Initiated by the RC of Normandy, France.Cannington, Storm the Stage is a Annual Duesunique competition open to young Members who attended thepeople aged 16 to 19 years with a Invoices are out and dues are meeting last year when the Clubpassion for drama and musical payable within 30 days. hosted the Inbound GSE Teamtheatre. from D. 1640 in France will recall To members who have remitted, the great Team headed up by Team· They have a chance to win $5,000 thank you and to all others, Leader Patrick Lebailly. The Teamin each of two categories as well as remittance as soon as possible Members Sarah, Vanessa, Adnen$1,000 in the Briggs-Gibbs Award would be greatly appreciated. and the „golfer; Sebastian who had(two members of the RC of a great sense of humour gave aCannington – Don Briggs and very good presentation wearingGerry Gibbs). Please consider their red berets. Volunteering· Receive guidance from arts TL Patrick communicated just thismentors and judges Members to host the inbound Uni week to say he has just handed Focus GSE Team from Fiji to over as President of his Club and· Acquire a more intimate Wiluna are still being sought. that both Adnen and Sebastianknowledge of stagecraft and make Dates are 6-10th September and 6- have become Rotarians.lasting friendships with likeminded 8th October.people Please let PRID Ken know if you are able to host one or more of theRotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  4. 4. NEW HORIZONS “Hope all goes well for Dan.” the RC Narrogin for 95 units forInteract “I hope every year this session will four schools, RC Esperance Bay for occur.” a further 20 units and RCHamish and Jen are doing a “Seeing Danny made me think how Wanneroo for one school (30fantastic job with the young peoplein the Interact Club of Freshwater serious speeding is and I hated units) in response to a requestBay. seeing him like that because it from a school. broke my heart.”Last Thursday‟s meeting Jen “I am more aware about how Travelling Rotariansorganised for a nurse from SCGH important it is to be a safe driver.”to talk to the members about how “Today was a real eye-openerto best organise a Talent Show as Safe travels to Warren and about road safety and what can Rosemary Milner who head off tothey have agreed to have a TalentShow as a fundraising activity. happen.” their International College in “Some of the sessions were heart Wimbledon this weekendAfter the short presentation, a breaking but real eye openers. It returning end of August. Alsomovie „Born Into Brothels‟ was was great.” returning at the end of August andscreened. Pizza, chocolates, “I have learnt things today that we leaving for the USA this weekendpopcorn, choc milk and other foods will carry for the rest of our life.”were consumed as 13 members are Debbie and Billie Cash. “I would like to thank all the Clifford and Gillian Yudelman areenjoyed a coolish night, wrapped inwarm gear and ugg boots. organisers for the program.” our third couple flying out this weekend and they will return fromWell done Pres. Truman Forrest The RCFB is running a RYDA for Europe at the end of July. Brfor your leadership with this some 200 students from Newman James is of course off again withfantastic group of young people. College on 16th August from one of his Pilgrimages of Hope andMembers are encouraged to attend 9.00am to 4.00pm. Volunteers area meeting at any time to get a feel Stuart James will again be a part of URGENTLY required to help out his team.for Interact and what they are on the day. If you are able to assistabout. for even a couple of hours please Enjoy your travels. You will all be contact Hamish. Working withRYDA Children Cards are required. missed and we look forward to your return.The „Evaluation‟ from the last Forms are available from any PostRotary Youth Driver Awareness on Office or from Sec. Di. Forms need23rd June at Mirrabooka SHS was to be signed by Pres. Bryant and Bulletin Thanks Oncereceived by New Generations remember, these forms take time Again to EllaDirector Hamish will give to be processed so if you require amembers an idea of how valuable card to help with RYDA please What would we do without thethis project is to our year 11 future complete it right away as time is James family? Again this week anddrivers. passing rapidly. for the rest of July Ella James hasComments kindly agreed to put the Club“The RYDA program should be Microscopes for Schools Bulletin together.compulsory for all Year 11s in every Projectschool, every state and every Ella, we are deeply indebted to youcountry.” and your work is sincerely A flurry of enquires have come in “The day went very well but it appreciated. this past week. Three firm orderswould be better if the presenters have been placed and they are fromhad more time.”Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  5. 5. NEW HORIZONSBoard Club DetailsRotary 2011-12 The Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, Inc.Bryant Stokes – President PO Box 168, Nedlands, Western Australia, 6909Di Collins – Meetings Wednesday 5:45pm to 6:45pmToni James – Treasurer Café, Bethesda Queenslea Drive Claremont, 6010TBA – President Elect/ Club Service Director President E-mailWilma McBain - Community/ Vocational Service Director Mobile 0419 919 572Ken Collins – International Service Bulletin EditorHamish Mackie – New Generations Director Ella WebsiteJim Gould – Membership Director FacebookJenny Gill – Fundraising Director Hassell – Vice President Charted 19 December for Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay for Month of July 2011 Date Program Duty Attendance Introduction Vote of Thanks 13th July Dinner at Hassell’s - - - - 20th July Kevin Campbell Margaret Stuart Alistair Brown Sue Hassell Max Hipkins TBC 27th July Ian Fletcher Rob Pearce Rex Evans Paddy Ramanathan Wilma McBain3rd August TBA Donna Bicknell Jim Gould Gillian Yudelman Jenny GillNB: „Duty‟ responsibility is to set up venue and to pack away venue after meeting.Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455
  6. 6. NEW HORIZONSRotary Club of Freshwater Bay, District 9455