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Moe Bulletin Issue No. 39
 

Rotary Club of Moe will  next meet

Online on Monday 4th May, 2020

See the NEW information  from Moderator Robin Noakes below in this Bulletin

 

SKYPE meeting with President Helen in the Chair and moderated by Robin Noakes. To start online at 7.00 pm and run for 45 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
Moderator Robin Noakes' New Information
 
Meeting on SKYPE 1st June, 2020
 
Hi all,
 
So here are some repeated requests.
Once you are successfully logged into the meeting, please leave your mouse or touch screen alone, other than to turn on and off your mike, when speaking or not speaking.
The reason is that someone may inadvertently share their screen, turn on video,
cut themselves or others out of the meeting (all of which we have done), or any other clunkers we have yet to experience.
During the structured part of the meeting where we are getting updates etc, please just say your name if you want to say something. I will then invite you to speak.
I plan to do a run round everyone during the meeting to see how they are going, so here is your chance to fill us in on some, hopefully, good news, good movies or ideas you have for coping with isolation.
 
Remember, leave your mouse or touch screen alone.
I again commend you to watch the video on this link, it demonstrates the issues we face. Based on our own experience you will recognise some mishaps!!
 
 

 

 

June's Monthly Theme

 
 
June is designated Rotary Fellowships Month to recognize the importance of international fellowship and goodwill among Rotarians with similar recreational and vocational interests, promote increased participation in fellowships, and increase understanding of this program. The RI Board encourages these groups to celebrate Rotary Fellowships Month through projects, activities, and events. Fellowship groups include antique autos, canoeing, cruising, curling. flying. golf, motorcycling, wine, yachting and more - something for everyone! Fellowships provide opportunities for Rotarians to make lasting friendships outside their own Club, District or country. They are detailed on www.rotary.org/fellowships.
 
You may find many extensive activities of the Rotary Fellowships that your profession, business or industry area has already established. In fact, 7090 Area 3 Assistant Governor Bob Morrow is in the process of establishing a 7090 chapter of the Rotary Wine Appreciation  Fellowship.  Now That District has a Great Idea. How about we start a Moe Wine Appreciation Group?????
 
 
If not, why not think about starting one yourself! Fellowships contribute to the advancement of world understanding and peace. Interested Rotarians can join a Rotary Fellowship by clicking: Rotary Fellowships Handbook (729) or even start a prospective Rotary Fellowship if their recreational or vocational interest is not in the list of approved Rotary Fellowships. The Rotary Fellowships are expected to facilitate communication among their members and maintain regular communication with RI. 

 

 

 

As your Club Historian I am still seeking member profiles (personal including positions held in Rotary).

The following members have completed their profiles- Len Cairns, Ross Maxfield, Robin Noakes, Bruce Paull,Roger Taylor, Diane Wilkinson, Julian Yeatman, thank to those members. For the following members I have their profile from our 50th Anniversary Report 1949-1999, I now need them to provide an update from 1999. Barry Dunstan, John Hutchinson, Michael Koch, David Power, Bryon Puddy, Dave Wood.

 

To all other Club Members please during this time of lockdown it’s a great opportunity to complete your profile and email it to me.

Thanking You in anticipation.

Email rossandsuzie@bigpond.com

 
 
Helen’s Herald #43
It was good to hear that Alan Sinnott has been given a clean bill of health from his doctor, but it will be hard for him not to drive for 3 Months. A good reason to stay home and self-isolate.
I enjoy hearing from members to see how they are going, I heard on the grapevine that after John Hutchinson’s cataract surgery he is now back on the golf course playing golf and enjoying it. Restrictions are starting to be lifted slowly but we still must keep our distance.
On Friday several members met (at arm’s length) at Pashie’s Pavilion at the “Rotary” Moe Botanic Gardens to look around at what needs to be fixed and think of ideas to improve the area. We were lucky enough to walk around the new playground which is near completion. It looks great. If you have any ideas please forward them to Di Harrison to look at. These will be projects for her coming Presidential year.
A presentation of donations from the Golf classic to Gippsland Centenary House and the Latrobe Regional Hospital will be made on the 29th of June, I will be honoured to present these cheques on behalf of the Rotary Club of Moe. If any members like to join me, they are most welcome. Please contact me for more information.
Bryon and Maureen have been doing a great job on our website and have included an article about the history of the Rotary wheel at Marshall avenue.  Great article and well worth the read.
Monday the 8th of June is a public holiday so we will not meet via skype.
See you on the 1st of June at 7pm via skype.
 
President Helen Morrison
Stories
Some Funnies to cheer you up
 
 
 
Forthcoming Events
 
CLUB EVENTS:
 
We will be operating online from Monday, 23rd March for many weeks till the Board will review our future meetings.
 
It's JUNE and we are still isolated. BUT, release is on the horizon, it's just how far away is it really?
 
Stand by for F2F news in the next weeks to come.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Read more...
Celebrations
THIS WEEKS' CELEBRATIONS
JUNE BIRTHDAYS
Alan Bishop, 6th June (Will he get a red BMW from Maureen?)
 
JUNE ANNIVERSARIES
None this week  or Next Week!
 
JUNE INDUCTIONS
Roger Taylor 7th June, 2004.
 
Read more...
WEEKLY DUTY ROSTER
 
Date Chair Invocation Online Moderator Assist. Reg.  Clean Up
1st June,, 2020
Skype Meeting
Helen
Morrison
  Robin Noakes    
           
COMMITTEES V.1      
BOARD  
VOCAT. & YOUTH
COMMUNITY  INTERNATIONAL  CLUB ADMIN.
H Morrison (Pres.)
M Bishop L Cassar P Kingsbury D Harrison
P Kingsbury (IPP),
R Noakes Bill Connell   H Morrison (Pres)
D Harrison (Sec) A Bishop R Maxfield B Paull/ M Koch D Harrison (Sec and P.E./media release)
B. Puddy (Treas.)
B Eishold D. Wood
W.Farmer
B.Puddy (Treas)
L Cassar (C) D Harrison B.Dunstan J Hutchinson
W.Farmer (F'book/Social)
M Bishop (C) R Taylor A Sinnott D.Power M Bishop (website)
P Kinsgbury (C) J Yeatman L Cairns S Guo/ K Lucas J Yeatman(Att'dance)
A Bishop(M'ship) GOLF COMMITTEE H MacDonald K Manani R.Maxfield (Historian),
D Wilkinson (F'n Chr)) R Taylor B. Puddy
SPECIAL PROJECTS
 R.Noakes (CPO), B Eishold (Serg)
 
M.Bishop
 
J.Hutchinson
R.Taylor (Programs)
 
J.Hutchinson
SERGEANT  D.Power
S Guo (Photographer)
MEMBERSHIP A.Bishop
R Noakes
D.Wilkinson L Cairns (Bulletin)
 A Bishop, B Dunstan P Kingsbury B Eishold B.Dunstan TEC'NOLGY/ WEB/BULLETIN
FOUNDATION
H Morrison
  D.Harrison W.Farmer
D Wilkinson, B.Puddy D Wilkinson   B.Paull M Bishop
  B Connell     L Cairns