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Di Harrison
President 2020-21

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Kishor Manani
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We've golden soil and wealth for toil,
Our home is girt by sea,
Our land abounds in natures gifts,
Of beauty rich and rare,
In history's page, let every stage
Advance Australia Fair!
In joyful strains then let us sing,
"Advance Australia Fair!"
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Moe Bulletin Issue No. 1
Posted by Kishor Manani
Rotary Club of Moe will next meet
 on Monday July 13th,  2020
 
 Inaugural Zoom meeting of
 
President Di Harrison and her incoming  team

 To start online at 7.00 pm sharp.

Please check that you have received the confidential Zoom meeting Code and the Password  in your personal email.

 
AUGUST
 
Membership Month
 

Di's Dialogue #3

 

Thank you to Rog Taylor for kicking off our new segment ‘At the Podium’. He spoke about his passion for horse racing and his 15 year association with the Moe Racing Club. The victories of ‘Dark Eyes’ was fondly recalled as well as key people who introduced him to the exciting life of thoroughbreds, barriers, bookmakers and statistics!
 
I would also like to thank Barry Dunstan for his attention to detail in preparing an application to seek a community grant from Latrobe City Council. Moe Botanic Gardens Option B offers a long-term advantage with a new structure being built rather than patching the old shelter. The BBQ’s are not fit for purpose and there is no lighting or water available. Members had an opportunity to ask questions and voted in favour of proceeding with the application for a $7,000 grant and supported the commitment of club funds to cover the budgeted costs. Barry will finalise the proposal and complete the Latrobe City Council Grant application due for submission on 17 August. Barry is also applying for a second grant, for equipment up to $2,000.
 
Members are very welcome to put their thoughts on paper about future projects. The plan is to develop staged projects to provide a long-term vision for improving amenities in the Moe Botanic Gardens.
 
On Tuesday night, a Special Board meeting was held to vote on the Moe Botanic Gardens Rotary Centenary Project and to support a minor equipment grant application to purchase a portable defibrillator. The Board approved the proposed Botanic Gardens project (Option B), with an agreement to commit club funds of up to $16,000. In relation to the portable defibrillator grant application, the Board also agreed to meet any shortfall up to $1,000 from Club Funds.
 
Diane Wilkinson chaired a Zoom meeting for the Club Constitution Working Party on Monday night post Club Assembly. Group members, (Len Cairns, Peter Kingsbury, Bryon Puddy, Diane Wilkinson and myself) are currently reviewing the Club By-Laws.
 
Lastly, many thanks to the Club Property Officers, Ross Maxfield and Alan Bishop, together with Bill Connell and Robin Noakes, who have audited all of the club’s property stored at our Rotary Shed in Moe. Great work!! Thanks so much Ross for preparing and typing up the list. It was noted that 12 electrical leads have disappeared over the years!!
 
My quote for this week is from Helen Keller (b.1880, d.1968) who at 19 months of age suffered an illness that left her deaf and blind. She went on to achieve a Bachelor of Arts and graduated from Radcliffe University in 1904.
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” 
 
Another week of disastrous news in relation to numbers of COVID-19 positive cases, not only in Melbourne but now extending into NSW with pockets in Queensland as well. The news that elderly members in metropolitan areas are now being impacted and dying, filled me with sadness.
 
Again, my thoughts are with all members who have loved ones in lock-down and I do hope that things will improve this coming week.
 
Please remember, it will be mandatory from midnight on Sunday, to wear a mask when out and about. Take care. Be safe.
 
Yours in Rotary,
 
President Di
 
 
Stories
Club/Zoom meetings
The Club will be meeting via Zoom until social distancing requirements are relaxed. If you feel comfortable, please invite another Rotarian to visit your home for Club Zoom meetings.
 
1st Monday: Zoom ‘Fireside’ Service Committee meetings. Organised by Chairs. Zoom moderators: MK; RN & DH
 
2nd Monday: Zoom ‘Themed’ Club meeting (7.00pm-7.45pm) /Club Administration Zoom meeting TBA as needed.
 
3rd Monday: No Club Meeting but a Zoom Online Board Meeting (7.00pm-8.30pm)
 
4th Monday: Zoom Club Assembly* (7.00pm-8.00pm) with Board Chairs & Secretary to report to the club.
 
5th Monday: Social Evening via Zoom or gathering outside somewhere.
 
Membership focus: Potential new members can join in Zoom Fireside meetings to get to know other
Rotarians and to provide opportunities to involve them in planning/events and to learn about Rotary.
 
Overall aim is to set up a Satellite Club with new members who are welcome to participate in general meetings as well.
 
* Guest speaker/program activity to be planned according to Rotary’s Areas of Focus.
 
Chairperson duties: Contact the guest speaker one week before attending the Zoom meeting to check arrangements. Introduce the guest speaker and the topic to be presented. Small gift presentation to be made by Chairperson & President to the Guest Speaker (if they are meeting face-to-face in a private home).
Keep smiling!
                                 
 
 
 
 
Forthcoming Events
  3 Aug  Fireside meeting/ membership month
10 Aug  Moe life skills - Bonnie Lae (Marketing and Project Officer)
17 Aug  Board
24 Aug  Club Assembly/ At the Podium
31 Aug  Dinner Turfside*
 
*subject to COVID restrictions
 
 
Celebrations
THIS WEEKS' CELEBRATIONS
 
AUG BIRTHDAY
None this week
 
AUG ANNIVERSARIE
8th David and Jan POWER
 
AUG INDUCTIONS
None this week
 
 
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MONTHLY MEETING SCHEDULE VIA ZOOM
1st Monday of Month Zoom 'Fireside' Service Committee meetings Organised by Chairs - Zoom Moderators: MK, RN & DH  
2nd Monday of Month Zoom 'Themed' Club Meeting 7 pm - 7.45 pm
Followed by Club Admin Zoom Meeting at 7.45 (TBA as needed)
 
3rd Monday of Month No Club Meeting but a zoom Online Board Meeting 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm    
4th Monday of Month Zoom Club Assembly 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm All Chairs and Secretary to report to the club  
5th Monday of Month Social Evening via Zoom   Or gathering outside if permitted  
COMMITTEES V.1.1      
BOARD
VOCAT. & YOUTH
COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL CLUB ADMIN
D.Harrison (Pres.)
R Noakes B Connell D Wilkinson A Bishop (PE) /(Serg)
A.Bishop(PE)
B Eishold R Maxfield P Kingsbury Di Harrison (Pres)
H Morrison (IPP) H Morrison A Bishop B Puddy/ B Dunstan M Bishop (Sec) /(Web)
M.Bishop (Sec)  D Harrison L Cassar B Paull/ M Koch R Taylor (Program/Media)
H.Macdonald (Treas)
K Lucas D. Wood
W.Farmer
H Macdonald (Treas)
B Connell (C) R Taylor B.Dunstan J Hutchinson
L Cairns (CPO)
M Bishop (C) M Bishop A Sinnott D.Power M Bishop (website)
R Noakes (C)   L Cairns S Guo/ R Crooks S Guo (Att'dance)
P Kingsbury(M'ship) GOLF COMMITTEE H MacDonald K Manani R.Maxfield (Historian),
D Wilkinson (F'n Chr) R Taylor J Yeatman   R Noakes (Zoom)
B Puddy (Exec Sec)
M.Bishop
   
W.Farmer (FB/Social)
 
J.Hutchinson
SERGEANT  TEC'NOLGY/ WEB/BULLETIN K Manani (Bulletin)
MEMBERSHIP A.Bishop
A Bishop
W.Farmer/B Eishold (FB) B Eishold (FB/social)
 P Kingsbury Di Harrison (ex offio)   M Bishop (website) Club Property Officers
FOUNDATION
H Morrison (raffle)
CATERING K Manani (bulletin) A Bishop/R Maxfield
D Wilkinson   L Cassar   Club Welfare Officers
        H Morrison/ R Crooks