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11 of 2020 -2021: 27 September 2020
 
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2020 - 2021 Training (!!!some dates have been altered!!!)
  • Foundation Grants Seminar             20 February 2021
  • PETS                                            10-11 April 2021
  • South Coast Assembly                    2 May 2021
  • Kalgoorlie-Esperance Assembly       16 May 2021
  • South West Assembly                     23 May 2021
  • Metro Assembly                             30 May 2021
 
27 - 31 May 2023: International Conference at MELBOURNE!
 
 
 
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FROM THE DISTRICT AND CLUBS IN DISTRICT 9465
 
If your Club has an event, function or project you wish to advertise throughout Image result for rotary images 2019 Districts 9465 and 9455 would you please let the eDigest editor (contact details at end of this Digest) know sometime ahead of the due date if possible.
 
The eDigest is published each Sunday to 1300 email addresses unless work or other commitments dictate otherwise.
 
If you have an advertisement ready that would be terrific, but a text entry is also accepted. Please send the text you want included, and don't forget to include dates, times and links to websites and booking sites that you have tested and work.  
 
Please address anything for the eDigest to the editor at:
 
 
 
FROM RC BUNBURY
 
 
Are you heading down south next month? Make Bunbury a stopover and join us for our Charity Quiz Night.
 
Tables of 8 are $200 per table or let us know if you want to be added to a fellow Rotarian's table for $25pp. Ticket includes Quiz entry, Door prizes and a large Grazing Platter for the table.  Bar available on the night
 
Tickets are limited so please book as soon as possible.
 
Tickets can be ordered through our website http://www.bunburyrotaryclub.org/quiz-night
 
Or full tables purchased via Eventbrite (booking fees apply) http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/rotary-charity-quiz-night-tickets-118859190037
 
We look forward to your support...Hope to see you there!
 
Michelle Piotrowski
Vice President
Bunbury Rotary Club
 
M: 0410 352 757
 
2021 DISTRICT CONFERENCE
 
 
 
Going to Conference in 2021, then let the Governors know
PLEASE FILL IN THE SURVEY THAT HAS BEEN SENT TO YOU
(The one here is just an example)
 
 
 
Fundraiser for Rotary Club of Baldivis and Australian Rotary Health
 
Solve Puzzles and help Rotary Do Good in the World
 
When you subscribe to a Clue Detective Puzzle subscription (at a cost of $59.95 per year), you are helping the work of Rotary. You are also helping to raise vital funds for mental health research.
 
You can support the Baldivis Rotary Club by signing up using this fundraising link:
 
 
It can also be accessed from this page too:
 
 
Clue Detective donates $24 back to the club, (half for Baldivis Rotary’s Local or Overseas)
 
Projects and half to Australian Rotary Health for their annual Lift the Lid contributions.
 
Currently with the restricted movement globally, people are looking for activities to keep them occupied whilst at home. Solving a puzzle is an activity that is fun, engaging and beneficial to mental health. During these challenging times, it provides a way to focus on something positive!
 
 
 
 
HANDICAMP
 
The committee is pleased to report that 1,2,3 we are off and racing!
                                                                                                                       
We have 1 camper, 2 buddies and 3 financial donations to date, plus some offers of equipment, thanks Craig Alford.
How is your club progressing with finding campers and buddies?
 
It may help you to visit your Local Government office and ask to speak with the Access and Inclusion officer.
These wonderful people have so much knowledge about the people in your district and may be able to assist you in securing camp attendees.
 
Do you have past RYLA or RYPEN candidates that may be able to assist as a buddy?
 
Or would you like to sponsor a specific event? 
Provision of a morning tea on site is a great way for your club to interact for brief time with camp and is loved by all.
Would you prefer to sponsor;
  • bingo prizes,
  • snacks for the Bingo Night and Karaoke night,
  • ice-cream treats,
  • lunches for excursion days such as Subway or Chicken Treat.
 
Don’t be shy! Let us know how your club can help.
 
Bank Details;
Handicamp
BSB 036096
Account # 253355
 
Chair: Wendy Cooper   coopwich@iinet.net.au    0414764435
           
HANDICAMP CALLING #3
Calling all Youth Directors and Club Presidents
GIVE US A HAND TO RUN HANDICAMP
 
How is your hunt for Campers and Buddies going?
Please be reminded that the closing day for nominations is the 30th October 2020.
Don’t hesitate to contact WENDY COOPER   coopwich@iinet.net.au  0414764435  if you need more information.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
RC COMO - CLASSIC CAR SHOW
 
 
 
 
 
Como Rotary  9th Classic Car Show
 
Sunday 4 October 2020   10am - 3pm at Wesley College, South Perth
 
250 classic , vintage, exotic and luxury cars on display .
Jazz Band, Slot Cars for Kids, Sausage Sizzle, Coffee, Icecream,
Cake/Book Stall
 
Public entry $10 adult, $8 conc., gold coin under 18 - all proceeds to Rotary and Wesley charities.
 
Exhibitors free – register at  comorotary.org
 
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Applications for RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) for 2021 are open now!
 
RYLA is an intensive eight-day program designed for 18-28 year olds with leadership potential and a commitment to community service. The program is a unique opportunity aimed to bring participants out of their comfort zone and challenge them to think outside the square while actively using and building on their existing skills and knowledge.
 
RYLA includes seminars, workshops, physical activities and team games relating to areas including Communication and Public Speaking, Leadership, Team Work and Group Dynamics, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Goal Setting, Time Management and Self Awareness and Emotional Intelligence.
 
All applications must include the name of their sponsoring Rotary Club, and we expect that applicants have contacted their local Rotary Club to arrange sponsorship prior to submitting the form.  The RYLA Committee will assist with this if necessary.
Applicants are interviewed prior to acceptance onto RYLA.  Successful applicants will have the energy, commitment and motivation to develop their leadership potential and be willing to challenge themselves physically and mentally over the course of the program.  
Please note: Applicants who have come to us via a Rotary Club will receive priority acceptance onto the program.
 
RYLA is held at the Serpentine Camping Centre from Saturday 16th January – Saturday 23rd January 2021.
 
Rotary Club Sponsorship for a RYLA participant is $850, and the participant contribution is $200.  This includes all activities, accommodation and meals for the week.
 
The application form is available online - https://forms.gle/ttcL5P9TAyi4Axf48 and a paper copy is attached to this email.
 
Please get your applications in by 15th November 2020.
 
To assist with our planning, it would be appreciated if you can let me know if you are planning on sending someone to RYLA.
 
If you have any questions, please contact me on 0402 491 139 or ryla@rotary9465.org.au.
 
Yours in Rotary Service,
 
Ian Ball
 
Chairman (2020-21)
Rotary District 9465 RYLA Committee
Leadership Through Self-Awareness
 
Phone: 0402 491 139
 
 
THE CENTENARY BATON IN AUSTRALIA
 
The R100 Centenary Baton has now been launched.
 
The Centenary Baton is an important symbol of how Rotarians connect with each other and our communities, now and into the future.
 
 
 
 
Imagine Rotarians, local personalities, Councillors, community leaders, community groups, and everyday people around Australia & New Zealand carrying the baton of service and passing it forward. Imagine the R100 Centenary Baton being passed on at every District and Club Changeover for the next 100 years, with the Rotary leader’s name inscribed in perpetuity. Connecting with future generations of Rotary leadership.
 
Their Excellencies The Governor General and Mrs Hurley have passed the Centenary Baton to the Presidents of Melbourne and Sydney; the two clubs that were founded in 1921 with 100th anniversaries in April and May 2021. It’s now the turn for every District and any Club to obtain your very own Centenary Baton. Think about the value it can bring in so many ways.
 
How can you get involved?
  • Own your own R100 Centenary celebration and be part of a bigger event!
  • Energise your club and create a celebration of 100 years of Rotary by planning an event - a Dinner, Fund Raiser, Walk through Town, or maybe a Fun Run.
  • Involve your community in your planning, invite members of the public to be part of the committee, engage community groups and businesses to partner with you.
  • The baton is a visible symbol of 100 years of Rotary achievement. Reach out to local media to get the message out across your area. Tell the story of what Rotary has achieved and where we will make a difference in the next 100 years.
  • And be part of a R100 Baton Relay across Australia & New Zealand to celebrate 100 years of Rotary working in our communities. Throughout the country, State by State, District by District, Club by Club. Rotary Connects in new and novel ways like we never have before.
  • Gather batons from across the nation for a “Parade of Batons” at signature Anniversary events throughout 2021, showing your colours and demonstrating to the world that you were there!
 
We are actively seeking club and district champions.
For more information and to purchase your own R100 Centenary Baton, visit the R100 Centenary Baton website at https://www.r100baton.com/ or become Facebook friends @ https://www.facebook.com/R100baton.
The R100 Baton Champion is PP Linda Humphries who would love to hear your story at linda@sandstonehaven.com
 
 
 
 
 
FROM RC ARMADALE
 
 
 
RC Freshwater Bay is coordinating a Rotary Wine Appreciation Fellowship Chapter
 
For some time the RC Freshwater Bay has discussed forming a local Chapter of the Wine Appreciation Fellowship, deciding on the name ‘North of the Swan’ as the name of the Chapter.
 
It is intended that Rotarians from all Clubs interested in participating in the RWAF join Freshwater Bay in this venture.  However, Rotarians need to become members of the Fellowship.  Please see http://www.rotarywine.net/application.html to join for a once off cost of US$110.  Sec. RC Freshwater Bay Di Collins has a supply of the distinctive gold corkscrew  lapel pins which are included with the lifetime membership fee.
 
If interested in helping to establish and become involved in the RWAF, please contact Vocational Service Director Fiona Tremlett M. 0416 224 134 E: fiona.tremlett@gmail.com
 
More details from june1@me.com 
 
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