BULLETIN 06062022
6 June 2022

Home of Past District 9810 Governors
Bill Tierney (1986-1987)
Russell Gurney (2018-2019)
Alma Reynolds (2020-2021)


On Wednesday 25 May, it was my privilege to act on behalf of DG Daryl Moran and present to Ern and Nola Dawes a Rotary Foundation Major Donor recognition.  The recognition takes the form of a pin and an engraved crystal (both pictured).
This recognition is presented to families that have donated a minimum of $US10,000 to the Rotary Foundation.  This recognition includes only personal donations, that is recognitions presented as PHFs by clubs or District are not included.
The support of Major Donors is vital to the Rotary Foundation as it continues its humanitarian activities in the seven areas of focus.
Significant donations to the Rotary Foundation can take the form of occasional personal inputs or a regular pledge of a specific amount.  A donation pledge of $US1,000 per year is recognised with membership of the Paul Harris Society.  PHS pledges can be fulfilled in regular payments spread through the year or as a single transaction.
Members interested in making personal donations to the Rotary Foundation should contact Greg King.
Congratulations to Ern and Nola on achieving this significant recognition and for indicting to the world their support of the Rotary Foundation and their faith in its integrity.
IPDG Alma Reynolds
This week's meeting is at the RSL Club. 
‘How to be an Overnight Authority’ - Kath Walters
As a professional business writer, Kath has written something like 1.3 million words over the last 25 years. As a business journalist, wrote for the Australian Financial Review, Smart Company, BRW, Business Spectator, Women’s Agenda, ANZ Bluenotes and Company Director.
Details for the Zoom meeting are 
Topic: Rotary Weekly Meeting
        Jun 8, 2022 06:30 PM
        Jun 15, 2022 06:30 PM
        Jun 22, 2022 06:30 PM
        Jun 29, 2022 06:30 PM
Meeting ID: 858 8284 1077
Passcode: 779783


Rotary FAQs #02
What is Rotary?
ROTARY is a worldwide organisation of business, professional and community leaders, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Rotarians commit to the premise of “Service above Self!”
When you think about the opportunities that being a Rotarian presents by that proposition don’t you think it’s imperative we all take time to keep our organisation fluid, relevant and dynamic?
Being fluid allows us to adapt to the ever-changing world in which we live.
Being fluid allows us to be aware of the requirements of our communities and to offer assistance to serve our communities. Being fluid gives us the chance to lead our communities as we address the challenges we face in our every-day lives.
Age is not the measure of relevancy in our communities.
The service we as Rotarians can provide is making sure we are relevant and aware of the needs of our local communities. We do this by ensuring that, as individuals and Clubs, we’re flexible and responsive to local, national and international needs.
Being dynamic is all about attitude.
By having our fingers on the pulse of community needs we can always react promptly to fill those needs with the experience and guidance that Rotarians can offer.
It’s important to remember we can only continue to serve while our communities are aware of our roles that we play.
It’s with this in mind that the branding and marketing of our Club becomes a powerful recognition tool.
For more information, visit www.rotary.org
"Schramm's working Bee 11th June from 9 am to 12 noon. Can you spare an hour more of your time to help clean up at Schramm's Cottage. Morning tea provided and any help gratefully accepted by the Historical society"
While we’re getting on with the business of helping others, let’s take a moment to remember our fellow Members, Partners and Friends of the Club, who may be doing it a little tough.
We’re also thinking of our long-term absent Members whom we don’t see often enough.
I’m sure all of us know an absent or ex Member who would love to have a call from any one of us as Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster.
If you do know anyone who is unwell, or is going through challenging times, or even if you’re up against it yourself, contact our Welfare Officer, PP Frank Evans on 9337 8493, or email frank.evans1@bigpond.com.
Please let me know if anyone has issues with reading the bulletin, also if anyone has any suggestion on content for the Bulletin please do not hesitate to email me: – joadyb@optusnet.com.au
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Greg King
June 17
Spouse Birthdays
Greg King
June 17
Glenda Halpern
June 28
Pam Richardson
June 28
Sophie Kounnas
June 30
David Grieve
Vicki Grieve
June 21
Join Date
Grace Bae
June 1, 2019
3 years
James Bae
June 1, 2019
3 years
Alison Reece
June 4, 2016
6 years
Anthony Jude
June 15, 2005
17 years
Rachel Woods
June 18, 2014
8 years
Shelley Gurney
June 20, 2018
4 years
John Shearer
June 27, 2000
22 years
Executives & Directors
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Vice President
Immediate Past President
Assistant Secretary
Community Chair
International Chair
Youth Service Chair
Communications and Marketing

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