Coolamon Rotary Bulletin for February 11th 2024

Coolamon Rotary Bulletin for Week of 11/02/2024

Meeting of Monday 5th February 2024

President John Bond welcomed 17 members to our meeting tonight.

Tonight we discussed several items which included:

  • Paul read out a thank you letter from the CCS for their annual prize giving.  Another correspondence which included the ink for the Chronicle.
  • Mary reminded members that the 6 monthly fees for membership are well and truly due.
  • Anne spoke on the driver simulator’s increase in fees.
  • Grahame advised the members that there is a meeting of interest on creating an Advance Coolamon Committee similar to the very active and successful Advance Ganmain Committee.  The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday the 12th of March at 6.30pm at the Sports Club.  Grahame would like to see a few of us at the meeting.
  • Henk spoke on the Working With Children Checks and encouraged those whose WWCC# has expired or non existent to please renew and apply.  John G is willing to help anyone navigate the application on line.
  • Henk advised us on the progress of the CRCTB 2024 edition.  Henk thanked Brian Bear for his efforts with Junee and ongoing in Temora and Marrar.
  • Bear said that he was getting excellent response from advertisers old and new.  The Junee Funeral Services want the front page.  To date there are now 7 who are going to advertise and we have just begun.
  • Bondy said that PE Adrian is in the Himalayas and will be back around the 22nd February.

We had plenty of time for fellowship and banter as both the S@A and the Cpl. were not present tonight, we did not have a fines session.

DIARY

N.B. You are always welcome to bring guests to most of our meetings,  just advise Ian Jennings if you want to bring a guest along when you respond to the weekly dinner roll call!

Monday 12th February 2024 –  Regular meeting. Coolamon Sport  Rec Club, 6.30 for 7.00 pm.

Monday 19th February 2024 – Board meeting.  Coolamon Sport  Rec Club, 5.15 pm.

Monday 19th February 2024 – Regular meeting. Coolamon Sport  Rec Club, 6.30 for 7.00 pm.

Tuesday 12th March.  Advance Coolamon Group meeting with guest speakers Coolamon Sport  Rec Club, 6.30 pm.  Contact Joanne and Chris Berry 0410 641 260.  RSVP by 7th March.

PETS & Learning & Development for all incoming Presidents Elect, Board Members, New Members and Directors.

  • Fri Mar. 08, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. – Sun Mar. 10, 2024 at 12:00 p.m.  Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, 6 Beach Road, Batemans Bay.OR
  • Fri Mar. 22, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. – Sun Mar. 24, 2024 at 12:00 p.m. Cootamundra Ex-Servicemen’s & Citizens Memorial Club, Cootamundra.

Saturday 25th – Wednesday 29th May 2024- Rotary 24 SINGAPORE Convention.

 

https://convention.rotary.org/en-us/

 

*Friday 25th- Sunday 27th October 2024. D9705 Conference.  Mittagong RSL.  Bookings open now for early bird registrations:  https://www.discon24.com/

 

 

JUST FOR LAUGHS

N.B.  ALL of the above images were obtained from Facebook

ROTARY NEWS

1. ROTARY PARTNERS with the UNITED NATIONS.

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A new collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme empowers Rotary members to clean up, protect, and monitor their local waterways. The strategic partnership aligns with both the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and Rotary’s environment area of focus.

The partnership “brings together Rotary’s community-based solutions and UNEP’s technical expertise,” RI President-elect Stephanie Urchick said when announcing the partnership on 10 January. She spoke at Rotary’s International Assembly, the organization’s gathering of incoming district governors.

At the centre of the partnership is a program enabling Rotary and Rotaract clubs to make commitments to the health of their own nearby waterways. Called Community Action for Fresh Water……..

FULL STORY HERE

***Oloimugi Maasai village and the Osinoni Environment project.  Email me on how you can get involved.

2.  ROTARY PEACE FELLOWSHIPS

Each year, Rotary awards up to 130 fully funded fellowships for dedicated leaders from around the world to study at one of our peace centres.

Through academic training, practice, and global networking opportunities, the Rotary Peace Centers program develops the capacity of peace and development professionals to become effective catalysts for peace. The fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and internship and field-study expenses.

 

February is Peace & Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month

Graphics by Debbie Vance from Canada

 

ROTARY CLUB OF COOLAMON Inc. 2023-24

Chartered March 3rd, 1971; Sponsoring Club Narrandera Rotary Club

  • President: John Bond
  • President-Elect 2024-2025: Adrian Lindner
  • Secretary: Paul Weston
  • Treasurer: Mary Potts
  • Membership Director: Leslie Weston
  • Service Projects Director:  Adrian Lindner
  • Youth Services Director: Scott Mudd
  • Club Admin Director:  Henk Hulsman
  • Public Image Director: Grahame Miles
  • Sergeant @ Arms: Dick Jennings
  • Immediate Past President and Vice-President: Paul Weston
  • Bulletin Editors: Paul Weston and John Glassford
  • Webmaster: John Glassford