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www.ascotrotary.org.au                   ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT                                          DISTRICT 9465      ...
ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT                    VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33                                     DISTRICT 9465         ...
ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT              VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33                                       DISTRICT 9465             ...
ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT                     VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33                                       DISTRICT 9465      ...
ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT                     VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33                                                    DISTRI...
HOST CHAIR ROSTER - 2011-2012   Month and RI Theme            First Tuesday            Second Tuesday              Third T...
ASCOT ROTARY CLUB - CALENDAR MAY TO SEPTEMBER 2012                 April                 May                   June       ...
ROTARY AND ROTARACT                18TH A                      UGUST                                                      ...
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Ascot Rotary Bulletin #33

  1. 1. www.ascotrotary.org.au ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT DISTRICT 9465 HOME OF THE DISTRICT GOVERNORMEETING LOCATION: VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33Silks Bar & Bistro, 174 Wright Street, Belmont WA 6104 24TH APRIL 2012Breakfast Meeting, Every Tuesday, 7am For 7.30am PAGE 1 DUTIES ROSTER ROTARY INFORMATION - COLIN PEACOCK Taken from the End Polio Now website (www.rotary.org/en/EndPolio/)MEETING DATE: 1ST MAYWELCOMING: Hugh Langridge Since 1988, Rotary International and its partners in the Global Polio Eradica- Fred Rae tion Initiative (GPEI) — the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — have worked to wipe polio fromHOST CHAIR: Mike Bermann the face of the earth.GUEST SPEAKER: Kimberley Holding Interplast Presentation After 25 years of hard work, Rotary and its partners are on the brink ofLOYAL TOAST: Colin Peacock eradicating this tenacious disease, but a strong push is needed now to root itGRACE: Kashinee Veeren out once and for all. It is a window of opportunity of historic proportions.INT/ROTARY INFO: Michael Evans Thanks to Rotary and its partners, the world has seen polio cases plummet by more than 99 percent, preventing five million instances of child paralysisMEETING DATE: 8TH MAY and 250,000 deaths. When Rotary began its eradication work, polio infectedWELCOMING: Max Morrell more than 350,000 children annually. In 2009, fewer than 1,700 cases were reported worldwide. Ron AlexanderHOST CHAIR: Aidan Wood But the polio cases represented by that final 1 percent are the most difficultGUEST SPEAKER: Mandy Mason and expensive to prevent. Challenges include geographic isolation, worker Learn - Foundation for Autism fatigue, armed conflict, and cultural barriers.LOYAL TOAST: Gren CourtlandGRACE: Hugh Langridge That’s why it’s so important to generate the funding needed to End Polio Now.INT/ROTARY INFO: Joanna Kendall To fail is to invite a polio resurgence that would condemn millions of children to lifelong paralysis in the years ahead.MEETING DATE: 15TH MAY Reaching the ultimate goal of a polio-free world presents ongoing challenges, not the least of whichWELCOMING: Michael Metcalf is a US$535 million funding gap through 2012. Of Mike Bermann course, Rotary alone can’t fill this gap, butHOST CHAIR: Directors continued Rotarian advocacy for government Committee Meetings support can help enormously.LOYAL TOAST: Roma GehringerGRACE: Brian Poole The bottom line is this: As long as polio threatensINT/ROTARY INFO: Hugh Langridge even one child anywhere in the world, all children — wherever they live — remain at risk. President: Janet Holding MEETING DATE: 22ND MAY 0403 586 686WELCOMING: Ros McLernon president@ascotrotary.org.au Gren Courtland Apologies To: Julia Temby (Treasurer)HOST CHAIR: Ron Alexander 0411 046 535GUEST SPEAKER: TBA treasurer@ascotrotary.org.auLOYAL TOAST: Garry Jacobs Bulletin Editor: Kimberley HoldingGRACE: Michael Metcalf 0412 804 646INT/ROTARY INFO: Stephen Kendall bulletin@ascotrotary.org.au
  2. 2. ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33 DISTRICT 9465 24TH APRIL 2012 PAGE 2www.ascotrotary.org.au HOME OF THE DISTRICT GOVERNOR ASCOT ROTARIANS @ DISTRICT 9465 CONFERENCE - KALGOORLIE WINE RAFFLE WE CARE This weeks winner is............. All our warmest thoughts are with you Duggan and Colin Peacock! we wish you a speedy recovery. Congratulations!
  3. 3. ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33 DISTRICT 9465 24TH APRIL 2012 PAGE 3www.ascotrotary.org.au HOME OF THE DISTRICT GOVERNOR GARRY JACOBS HAS MOVED ASCOT ROTARY POWERBALL Garry & Annette have moved to Freman- Your chance to win $30 per week for tle (to be closer to the Dockers?!) 10 weeks with $300 up for grabs in Week 11 Their new address is as follows: 131A Marmion Street A new round of Powerball Fremantle WA 6160 commenced selling and we still have a few numbers available, being S.T.E.P 1, 23, 24, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42 Contact Mike Bermann with your nomination of a 16-19yr old. If you would like to reserve a number please email back with your prefer- ence - first come, first served. QUIZ NIGHT Cost is $20 per number. Richo is looking for prizes! If you have anything or know of any businesses that can give away vouchers/prizes, please contact Richo! Numbers will be available at next Tuesday’s meeting, if not all sold prior. CLUB WEBSITE CLUB HANDOVER President Janet, Kimberley & Deepti have President Elect Michael Evans has confirmed been working hard to get the new website that the club handover date has now been up and running. set. But we need your help!!! It will be on Saturday 23rd June 2012 at Burswood on Swan • Do you have any photo’s of the club events? Watch this space for more details......... • Do you have info on any past or present projects? If so, please send them to Deepti by email or bring them to the next meeting! deepti_roopun@live.com
  4. 4. ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33 DISTRICT 9465 24TH APRIL 2012 PAGE 4www.ascotrotary.org.au HOME OF THE DISTRICT GOVERNOR HAT DAY PARTY On Saturday 21st April we held our Hat Day Party for Mental Health. It was a successful event, with funds of approx. $800 being raised! Everyone had a great night, as seen below in the photo’s (thanks to Alan Thomson). A big thanks to Garry Jacobs & Deepti Roopun for organising the event, thanks must also go to Aidan Wood for allowing us to use his house! And thanks to everyone who brought along the food and wore a hat, making it a fun night!
  5. 5. ROTARY CLUB OF ASCOT VOLUME 43 - BULLETIN 33 DISTRICT 9465 24TH APRIL 2012 PAGE 5www.ascotrotary.org.au HOME OF THE DISTRICT GOVERNOR LAST CHANCE TO SECURE YOUR TABLE FOR THE ASCOT ROTARY QUIZ NIGHT SATURDAY 5th MAY 2012 Belmont City College Fisher St Belmont 7pm for 7.30pm start tables of 8 $10 per person BYO nibbles only full bar available major prizes ,door prize , spot prizes for bookings contact: Peter Richardson 0419 948 417 - Jeff Stephenson 0418 955 831 Max Morrell 0419 956 40 - Michael Evans 0412 609 131 WHAT’S COMING UP IN......................... MAY EVENTS QUIZ NIGHT 5TH CHRSTINE GOSS 15TH BANGKOK CONFERENCE 6TH - 9TH GEOFF MALTHOUSE 18TH BOARD MEETING 14TH JILL COURTLAND 22ND MIKE BERMANN 23RD
  6. 6. HOST CHAIR ROSTER - 2011-2012 Month and RI Theme First Tuesday Second Tuesday Third Tuesday Fourth Tuesday Fifth TuesdayJuly – Settling In 5th Brian Poole 12th Board Aims Complete 19th Committee Meeting 26th Mike Bermann David Malone complete PDG Phil Cordery Healthway Rotary Youth Exchange Complete completeAugust – Membership 2nd Kashinee Veeren 9th Michelle Kendall 16th Janet Holding 23th Ros McLernon 30th DG Visit - evening meeting PDG John Ranieri Mark Burns Principle, Patrick Peake Troy Hendrikson Janet Holding District Membership Tranby P.S complete Perth Energy Ambassadorial Scholar 2000- complete Director complete complete 01 completeSeptember – New 6th Peter Richardson 13th Julia Temby Giovanni 20th Committee meet 27th Michael MetcalfGenerations Gary (plug) Welch Ferrari complete The Cycling Phenomenon complete Paediatrician, PMH complete completeOctober – Vocational 4th Kimberley Holding 11th 18th Ronnie Malthouse 25thService Luke OKeefe complete Fran Hazeldean complete EigthyTwenty Vision City of Belmont complete completeNovember – Foundation 1st Melbourne Cup 8th Hugh Langridge Sue 15th Rotary Cord Blood 22nd Committee meet & 29th Business Network Meeting - Bernie Ryan Alexander complete Bank Tour complete Peter from P.L.A.N Sundowner A Jockeys Life complete complete completeDecember – Rotary Family 6th Dianne Reed 13th Club AGM 20th Christmas Party 27th – No Meeting Christmas Carole Theobald from complete complete Break complete Zonta completeJanuary – Rotary 3rd Peter Richardson 10th Ronnie Malthouse 17th No Meeting - 24th Michael Metcalf 31st Ron AlexanderAwareness Deepti Roopun Holl Ransom - RC Crawley Handicamp Dinner David Tucker - Bicycles for Eddie - Bakhita, East Timor complete complete complete Humanity complete completeFebruary – World 7th Joanna Kendall 14th Club Forum 21st Club Birthday & 28th Gren CourtlandUnderstanding Craig Alford - The Big complete Interplast Team Rick Davies - RAWCS Ride complete complete completeMarch – Literacy / Rotaract 6th Jodie Sparks Kero 13th Aidan Wood 20th Committee 27th Deepti Roopun OShea - Facebook Hannah & Emma Meeting Maureen Meredith - Curtin complete JCLA complete complete Volunteers completeApril – Magazine Month 3rd Garry Jacobs 10th complete 17th complete 24th Jeff Stephenson Jeff Stephenson Kashinee Veeren complete RYLA completeMay – Australian Rotary 1st Mike Bermann 8th Aidan Wood Mandy 15th Committee 22nd Ron Alexander 29th SundownerHealth Kimberley Holding Mason - LEARN Meeting Interplast Foundation for AutismJune – Fellowship 5th Kimberley Holding 12th Bev Poor - to be 19th Julia Temby swapped?!
  7. 7. ASCOT ROTARY CLUB - CALENDAR MAY TO SEPTEMBER 2012 April May June July August SeptemberMon MonTue 1 TueWed 2 1 WedThu 3 2 ThuFri 4 1 3 FriSat 5  Quiz Night 2 4 1 SatSun 1 6  RI Conference 3 1 5 2 SunMon 2 7  RI Conference 4 2 6 3 MonTue 3 8  RI Conference 5 3 7 4 TueWed 4 9  RI Conference 6 4 8 5 WedThu 5  AFL Tontine Starts 10 7 5 9 6 ThuFri 6 11 8 6 10 7 FriSat 7 12 9 7 11 8 SatSun 8 13 10 8 12 9 SunMon 9 14  Board Meeting 11  Board Meeting 9 Board Meeting 13 Board Meeting 10    Board Meeting MonTue 10 15 12 10 14 11 TueWed 11 16 13 11 15 12 WedThu 12 17 14 12 16 13 ThuFri 13 18 15 13 17 14 FriSat 14  P.E.T.S 19 16 14 18  Reunion Ball 15 SatSun 15  P.E.T.S 20 17 15 19 16 SunMon 16  Board Meeting 21 18 16 20 17 MonTue 17 22 19 17 Interact Club 10th Bday 21 18 TueWed 18 23 20 18 22 19 WedThu 19 24 21 19 23 20 ThuFri 20 25 22 20 24 21 FriSat 21  Hat Day Party 26 23 21 25 22 SatSun 22 27 24 22 26 23 SunMon 23 28 25 23 27 24 MonTue 24 29 26 24 28 25 TueWed 25 30 27 25 29 26 WedThu 26 31 28 26 30 27 ThuFri 27 29 27 31 28 FriSat 28 30 28 29 SatSun 29  District Assembly 29 30 SunMon 30 30 MonTue 31 TueTheme Vocational Foundation Rotary Family Settle In Membership New Generations
  8. 8. ROTARY AND ROTARACT 18TH A UGUST 2012 6:30PM PRE DR INKS NOVO 7PM ST $130 PE ART R PERS221 ADE TEL LANGLEY (COST INC ON LAIDE T H BEVERA LUDES 3 CO ERRAC OTEL GES AN URSE M EA BRYN B E, PERT D ENTE RTAINM LS, U H Auction of RI ENT) 0437 48 TLER signed b F 2 790 18+ EV y END O JAM SHIRT EMILY ENT TI F POLIO H CKETS BANDS 0422 48 UNTER WWW. AVA ILABLE 1 228 GOSNE FOR PU R LLSROTCHASE FROM 26TH MA ARACT RC . O R G H 2012HOST ED BY ROTAR A CT CLU B OF C ITY OF GOSNE LLS

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