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Rotary Club No:  84537
Rotary District: 9640
Incorporation No: IA40038, Date:15/6/12 ABN: 531 295 77453

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Rotary E-Club NextGen, Queensland, Australia Inc. meets online.

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Phone: 61 7 5533 7288

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PO Box 1761
Oxenford Qld 4210
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Club Board

2014/15

 Geoff Baldwin
 President

 Rick Jewson
 Immediate Past President

 Tara Little
 President Elect

 Peter Saville
 President Nominee

 Ian Yarker
 Vice President

 Ray Pifer
 Secretary

 Sheryl Carlotto
 Treasurer

 Robert Wesener
 Director 

 Tim Egan
 Director

 Wendy Mackay
 Director

 Lauren Jewson
 Director

 Kay Danes
 Director  

Leader Team

 2014/15  

 Gold Coast Accountancy Co
 Finance

 Wendy Mackay
 Membership 

 Rick Jewson
 Information Technology 

 Ray Pifer
 Foundation

 Kaye Titmarsh & Ingrid Jewson
 Guest Speaker   

 Tara Little
 Website

 Vacant
 Service

 Tim Egan & Ingrid Jewson
 Youth

 Lauren Jewson
 KIVA   

 Community Service Programs 

 Ian Yarker/Geoff Baldwin
 Red Centre Tag Along Tours

 Ian Yarker
 RFDS Service Projects

 Geoff Baldwin
 Birdsville Race Program  

 Robert Wesener
 Mobile Kitchen 

July 2015 | Rotary Projects Month
  This e-Club operates 24/7 and supports our Members Community Service activities & aspirations.


Club President
Geoff Baldwin

   


  Assistant Governor
Rohan Cooper

   


    District Governor
Wendy Scarlett

   


RI President
Gary C. K. Huang



District Conference Presentation - Ian Yarker

We have been asked how the Rotary e-club of NextGen became involved with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The E-Club of NextGen is almost 3 years old now. Beginning with 26 members living in Griffith, Sydney, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Bribie Island, Tamborine Mountain, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Germany; we soon spread to USA, Japan, UAE, Stanthorpe, Boonah, Darwin, Launceston, Bundaberg, and Wauchope. Many did not have easy access to a local Rotary Club.

We meet on the internet using GoToMeeting software.

How do we keep members feeling inclusive?

The Board decided to support any member with their own project and empower them, rather than the Board taking ownership of the project and selling it to the membership.

Members also had to create their own project-funding, supported by limited club funds if possible.

We asked – what is our community.

  • Gold Coast where we have our post box address;
  • District 9640 which administers us;
  • Queensland which RI included in our full club name;
  • Australia; or
  • The world.

All options were open. Some members focused locally, some regionally, some overseas.

Today we have many projects including:

  • James Jacob Fellowship, Gold Coast Christmas lunch
  • ARH - Pancreatic Cancer Research.
  • Indigenous Literacy in Tennant Creek, Mossman Gorge, and Coen.
  • Involvement with Orphanages and Schools in Kenya & Cambodia.
  • Rainforest Foundation in Indonesia.
  • Ride for RYLA in India and Peru.
  • Knitted ‘Fish n Chip’ baby vests to be sent overseas.

We have an exchange student; we support KIVA wit h 75 loans to date; we support district youth programs and the Suns Horizon program; and everyone donates to Rotary Foundation.

One such proposed project was to organise recreational vehicle trips within Australia- ‘Travelling with a purpose’.

For this project, we needed a medical kit so visited the Flying Doctor Service in Brisbane. At that meeting I asked “Is there anything we could do for you given we have almost no community funds?”

A week later they emailed asking whether we could consider assisting with:

  1. Rejuvenating 7 flying doctor houses at Mt Isa;
  2. Landscaping a proposed hangar complex at Charleville;
  3. Help with construction of a patient transfer facility at Rockhampton; and
  4. Provide decent food at the Birdsville races.

We said Yes!

Over the last two years we have managed 3400 volunteer hours in Mt Isa. During two separate six week work periods we had volunteers from Melbourne, Griffith, Grafton, Goondiwindi, Warwick, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Bundaberg, and Mt Isa.

They had budgeted $260,000 for some of this work that we were able to complete with volunteers.

We brought people together in a wonderful partnership 

The Charleville landscaping job was accomplished with the huge commitment of Peter and Gloria Cory, then President of Goondiwindi Club, as well as volunteers from Alstonville, Goonellabah, Ashmore, Stanthorpe and the e-Club.

We partnered to achieve the outcome.

Heather made 2 phone calls and the Rockhampton North Club was delighted we had found a project for them in the construction of the patient transfer facility. We visited the Club, explained our club philosophy and learnt they regularly donate to the Rocky Flying Doctor Service Base but were unaware of the need.

Now they helped concrete, install fencing, and have donated $10,000 to the project.

We connected the Flying Doctor Service to a local Club across Rotary Districts.

Then there is Birdsville

We have Rotarians and friends from Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Bundaberg regions. Rotary members from these regions including Alstonville, Goonellabah, Warwick Sunrise, Ashmore, and 4 e-club members converged on Birdsville in the first week of September for past 2 years to sell steak & egg burgers, sausages, plus drinks, fruit, and vegetable’s.

Last September a Rotarian baked and delivered buns from Bundaberg. The other 1500 buns were delivered from Mt Isa by a Rotarian.

We now work closely with the Birdsville Race Committee and Flying Doctor Service Qld Section and provide support for the Cocktail Party in the Simpson Desert. Last year we also influenced and staffed a new fundraiser- a fun run for the 7000 visitors to compete in or punt on.

All this is effort estimated to be the equivalent of the Flying Doctor Service receiving about half a million dollars of cash donations.

Not bad for a club nearly 3 years old. Don’t forget this is just one of our member projects.

We also organised a Red Centre Tag Along Tour last August which visited Flying Doctor Service bases at Broken Hill, Alice Springs, Mt Isa, and Longreach. We made donations and gained a general understanding of the Flying Doctor Service and of the plight of rural and remote Australia.

We have another Tag Along Tour to the Cape next month including supporting the Coen Wellbeing Centre administered by the Flying Doctor Cairns base which we will visit.

And we have yet another Tour to Tassie next February focused on Australian Rotary Health Social and Emotional Wellbeing.

Our forward thinking worldly President Geoff is finalising a project to assist all who have Birdsville Races on the bucket list but don’t want to drive 1600km each way. This will involve participants joining a 46 seat Virgin flight from Brisbane to Birdsville, out and back in the same day 7am-7.30pm. Be an inaugural Birdsville FIFO Race Day Reveller. The day will involve breakfast in downtown Birdsville, premium view of the races trackside in a VIP marquee, local Coach transport, a visit to the Birdsville Pub and Dusty’s Bakery, as well as the chance to see the iconic race. The group will then take off into the sunset at 5pm, thus avoiding the rigours of Simpson Desert accommodation at a town – population 115 plus or minus 7000 during Race Week.

The proceeds from this endeavour will go to enhancing Flying Doctor Service Social and Emotional Wellbeing units in rural and remote Australia.

So what a fantastic outcome for Rotary and for the Royal Flying Doctor Service simply because we asked the question: “Is there anything we could do for you given we have almost no community funds?”

Rotary makes things happen.

We Partner, we share, we are outcome driven.

Having established a Royal Flying Doctor Service relationship, we find it amazing that a service organisation like Rotary in Australia has not developed a service arrangement with this iconic organisation that provides a mantle of safety to 85% of the Australian landmass.

We asked the question. We are committed to the answers.

Please support these Member Projects!



     Join Rotary e-Club of NextGen Qld, Australia Inc to improve Indigenous literacy across Australia and help these kids, one community at a time.

   



  Please show your support by giving through Rotary e-Club NextGen Qld Inc's Supporter page, and share the link to spread the word about Soldier On

   

Umoja is a non-profit organisation based in Australia to give orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya a second chance at life.


Welcome Danish GSE Team

A great night was had by all hosted by the Rotary club of Ashmore at the Gold Coast Spit for the GSE Team from Denmark. 94 people attended including our own Robert Wesener. Robert was congratulated for his efforts with the GSE program book. Well done Robert.

Umoja Report


Attached is the volunteer report I do for RAWCS after each tour.  I thought you and Ian and members of our E-Club  may like to see what I do over there. This was a another big trip with organising what to teach, and organising all the food to feed all these trainees every day.  But we did it and very successful.  If you read Appendix B towards the end you will see how we have helped these people. That’s what is so rewarding.  We have identified 8  of these trainees we will be (hopefully) sending for further training so they can train their villagers and further afield villagers using our land as a demonstration site for Permaculture practices.  We are in dialogue with the mining company to again sponsor.  They were extremely happy with the course I put together thankfully.


Deutschland Reise (Germany Tour).  I was lucky enough to be allowed to travel with 32 exchange students (Half of the inbounds in our District 1850 here in Germany.) We traveled for a week on a bus around Germany.  We were in Cologne, Bonn, Heidelberg, Berlin, Rothenburg, Weimar and a few other cities. It was a lot of fun, kind of stressful (as can be expected with 32 very loud, very excited exchange students) but I would do it again in a heartbeat if I could.



Europareise (Euro-tour). I have been (luckily) invited to once again join the exchange students on their trip through Europe! I am very lucky as only 2 Rotexers are asked to join the tours per trip each year! We will be travelling to Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy and the Czech Republic. I am very much looking forward to the two week trip in June with approximately 33 inbounds!  I am glad I joined Rotex when I moved back to Germany.

Kristen 'Kj' Jewson
D9640 Outbounder and D1850 Rotex

Youth Exchange Program Applications 2016

Yes, it is that time of year again - applications close soon!

Your local Rotary Clubs are looking for students to go on a cultural exchange for a year to another country, starting January 2016.  In the last year a few new countries have opened up to us, so please check out:  www.ryea.org.au

NSW Students:  Please note the NSW Government's rules have changed regarding your age when going on exchange.


Australian Rotary Health

Thanks for the photos and the Rotary plaque - it was great catching up with you and Margaret for lunch.

Just to let you know that my Spain conference (the European Pancreas Club conference) has just been confirmed so I will be definitely going. I have also been invited to speak in China at the end of the year for another conference but is not yet confirmed.

So lots of things happening this year and could not have been possible without your support over the years!

All the best,

Dannel


Ian's sister Margaret and I (Jane Loxton) met Dannel Yeo at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne. He is actively researching Pancreatic Cancer which on current information will be the second biggest Cancer killer by 2030.

Our Meetings

Ever wondered what it is like at a Rotary e-Club of NextGen meeting?  Well, it looks a lot like this, see below.

The GoToMeeting Software is free to the Members and Friends of the e-Club to use to watch and listen to our amazing Guest Speakers each week.  The software allows for six video feeds at any one time and up to 26 audio, therefore we swap around so we get to see everyone's beautiful faces.

Our meetings officially start at 8pm AEST each Tuesday Night but we are regularly online 15 mins before for fellowship, fun and frivolity and we are usually still online after the close of the meeting for more fellowship.  

Please join us, you are most welcome.  Click the GoToMeeting logo in the top left hand corner of this website and follow the prompts.



Working with Children Check NSW/Blue Card Qld.

As we have ahd a Youth Exchange Student as of January 2015, all Members that wish to host and/or take her on trips will need to apply through the appropriate department for a police check.
NSW:  www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au
QLD:   www.bluecard.qld.gov.au/pdf/forms/PSBA12727-BC_Application-Form_P10_%28BC%29.pdf

Please contact Rick and Ingrid if you have any concerns.
e-Club Youth Protection Officers

Guest Speaker & Dinners

Please see further down the page for more information on each Guest Speaker and their topic.

June Dates:

Tuesday 2 June 2015 - Pizza/Dinner Night with PE Tara - Wendy Bullock - Aunties and Uncles Qld

Tuesday 9 June 2015 - RYPEN Awardees - Annelie Schmidt

Tuesday 16 June 2015 - DGE Anne Egan

Tuesday 23 June 2015 - Allan Dawson - Muravah Foundation

Tuesday 30 June 2015 - KIVA - Microfunds

July Dates:

Tuesday 7 July 2015 - Jennifer Goddard - 8 Simple Ways to Recalibrate Your Brain

Tuesday 21 July 2015 - The Yarkers & The Carlottos - Tag Along Tour to The Cape

Tuesday 28 July 2015 - Kim - Wall of Hands


Regional Member Dinner

Every three months members throughout Australia and the world will be asked to open their homes and invite family and friends over for a meal and social evening.   At the end of the dinner, Members at the homes will ‘beam in’ to the Forum to listen to a Guest Speaker.

Sunday 12 July 2015 - Changeover Lunch at The Spit

Saturday 1 August 2015 - Selling Raffle Tickets at the GC Suns Match

Sunday 9 August 2015 - Bunnings BBQ at Brisbane Road, Arundel


Guest Speakers:

Wendy Bullock - Aunties and Uncles Qld



How long have you been involved with Aunties and Uncles Queensland?

I first became involved with Aunties and Uncles Queensland when I was linked with a niece in about 1998/99. We had lots of happy times over several years. After the link ended, I had a couple of years where work was a priority and personal time precious. Some years later, I was again looking to become involved with a community group and re-joined Aunties and Uncles Queensland – but this time as a member of the, then Committee to assist with fundraising and running of the program.
What motivated you to get involved with the program?
I was working in the same government department as another A&U Board member.  Her enthusiasm for the program was infectious. It didn’t take long for me to see the many benefits of the program and decide to help in some way.
What do you find most rewarding about your involvement with the program?
I love to see the number of children in the program growing. I also enjoy the picnics, especially the Christmas picnic when Santa arrives and the children receive a gift. Attending several picnics, you see the children develop and hear the stories of their activities. Chatting to the parents lets you know how their children are benefiting from their involvement with the program.
What do you do for a living?
After working for the State Government for almost 40 years, I retired a little while ago. Retirement has been fun – a bit too busy at times!
Would you encourage others to become involved with Aunties and Uncles?
Most definitely. I am very lucky that I have many friends and family who are regular supporters of A&U. But for anyone I meet who wants to become a mentor, I just try to sign them up!
How much time do you commit to the program?
I am still involved with the Board, help out at some of the Bunnings sausage sizzles, organise three movie fundraising nights each year, and in conjunction with our Brisbane Coordinator, run the monthly Information Nights for prospective volunteers.  In the last 12 months I have also been appointed as Chair of the Fundraising, Marketing and Communications Committee which meets monthly and oversees the fundraising, marketing and communication initiatives of the organisation.
Some weeks my work with Aunties and Uncles equates to a part time job!!!!

RYPEN Awardees - Annelie Schmidt



Annelie will be speaking to us about her RYPEN weekend!

DGE Anne Egan



Anne is a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM (Murwillumbah) which chartered in 2000. She has held most board positions in the Club including President (2002-03), Treasurer and Secretary. She has also served at District Level as Assistant Governor, Group Study Exchange (GSE) Committee Member and Matching Grants Chair.  She and her family have hosted Youth Exchange Program (YEP) Students and numerous GSE team members. 
 
Anne was born and grew up in Sydney in a family of 9. She attended Sydney University and holds Bachelor Degrees in Arts and Law. She has been a resident of Murwillumbah since 1980 where she and her husband Jeff (also a member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM), who is also a Solicitor, established a legal practice. They have both practiced continuously in Murwillumbah since that time and both are accredited Specialists in their respective fields.
 
Anne and Jeff have three children; Kate who resides in England with her husband and children, Tim (who is also a Rotarian) and Ben. Tim and Ben reside on the Gold Coast.
 
Outside of Rotary, Anne's interests include food and wine, reading and doting upon two grandchildren who reside in England whilst also amassing a substantial photographic collection of their images.
- See more at: http://rotary9640.org/SitePage/district-governor-elect#sthash.mjHRQjZv.dpuf
Anne is a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM (Murwillumbah) which chartered in 2000. She has held most board positions in the Club including President (2002-03), Treasurer and Secretary. She has also served at District Level as Assistant Governor, Group Study Exchange (GSE) Committee Member and Matching Grants Chair.  She and her family have hosted Youth Exchange Program (YEP) Students and numerous GSE team members. 
 
Anne was born and grew up in Sydney in a family of 9. She attended Sydney University and holds Bachelor Degrees in Arts and Law. She has been a resident of Murwillumbah since 1980 where she and her husband Jeff (also a member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM), who is also a Solicitor, established a legal practice. They have both practiced continuously in Murwillumbah since that time and both are accredited Specialists in their respective fields.
 
Anne and Jeff have three children; Kate who resides in England with her husband and children, Tim (who is also a Rotarian) and Ben. Tim and Ben reside on the Gold Coast.
 
Outside of Rotary, Anne's interests include food and wine, reading and doting upon two grandchildren who reside in England whilst also amassing a substantial photographic collection of their images.
- See more at: http://rotary9640.org/SitePage/district-governor-elect#sthash.mjHRQjZv.dpuf
Anne is a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM (Murwillumbah) which chartered in 2000. She has held most board positions in the Club including President (2002-03), Treasurer and Secretary. She has also served at District Level as Assistant Governor, Group Study Exchange (GSE) Committee Member and Matching Grants Chair.  She and her family have hosted Youth Exchange Program (YEP) Students and numerous GSE team members. 
 
Anne was born and grew up in Sydney in a family of 9. She attended Sydney University and holds Bachelor Degrees in Arts and Law. She has been a resident of Murwillumbah since 1980 where she and her husband Jeff (also a member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM), who is also a Solicitor, established a legal practice. They have both practiced continuously in Murwillumbah since that time and both are accredited Specialists in their respective fields.
 
Anne and Jeff have three children; Kate who resides in England with her husband and children, Tim (who is also a Rotarian) and Ben. Tim and Ben reside on the Gold Coast.
 
Outside of Rotary, Anne's interests include food and wine, reading and doting upon two grandchildren who reside in England whilst also amassing a substantial photographic collection of their images.
- See more at: http://rotary9640.org/SitePage/district-governor-elect#sthash.mjHRQjZv.dpuf
Anne is a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM (Murwillumbah) which chartered in 2000. She has held most board positions in the Club including President (2002-03), Treasurer and Secretary. She has also served at District Level as Assistant Governor, Group Study Exchange (GSE) Committee Member and Matching Grants Chair.  She and her family have hosted Youth Exchange Program (YEP) Students and numerous GSE team members.
 
Anne was born and grew up in Sydney in a family of 9. She attended Sydney University and holds Bachelor Degrees in Arts and Law. She has been a resident of Murwillumbah since 1980 where she and her husband Jeff (also a member of the Rotary Club of Mt Warning AM), who is also a Solicitor, established a legal practice. They have both practiced continuously in Murwillumbah since that time and both are accredited Specialists in their respective fields.
 
Anne and Jeff have three children; Kate who resides in England with her husband and children, Tim (who is also a Rotarian) and Ben. Tim and Ben reside on the Gold Coast.
 
Outside of Rotary, Anne's interests include food and wine, reading and doting upon two grandchildren who reside in England whilst also amassing a substantial photographic collection of their images.

Allan Dawson - Muravah Foundation



The Muravah Foundation was initially established in the slums in Manilla, Philippines to give opportunity to under-privileged kids to complete a university degree. Core to our philosophy is that we support ALL the children in each family. This complete family then has a chance in the future to move out of poverty permanently.

This philosophy has grown to include the adoption of whole communities, by investing in education, health, environment, improved farming methods, irrigation and interest free small business loans. We've established a community based farmers association (Mayon Farmer's Association) and introduced banking.


KIVA - Microfunds - Melody or Lauren Jewson

Kiva Microfunds (commonly known by its domain name, Kiva.org) non-profit organization that allows people to lend money via the Internet to low-income / underserved entrepreneurs and students in 86 countries. Kiva's mission is “to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty".


Jennifer Goddard - 8 Simple Ways to Recalibrate Your Brain



Jennifer Goddard, MEI - Co-Founder Mindwerx.com

Personal Vision : A world where learning is simple.
Incorrect knowledge of how your brain works restricts your ability to have productive thinking. As a result, you need to recalibrate your brain with practical tools that help resolve thinking, learning and memory issues.

Using the amazing lessons she has learnt since starting her journey as a 15 year-old high school dropout and teenage mum, Jennifer is an international expert in recalibrating your brain's potential to possess learning productivity.

Jennifer speaks, coaches and trains an amazing variety of people, organisations and schools in 22 countries across Australia, NZ, China, SE Asia, UAE, USA, South Africa and UK.  She is an inspirational highly experienced communicator, having trained and coached people across cultures, organisational levels and industries. As the Master Trainer in Tony Buzan’s Mind Mapping®, Speed Reading, iMindMap, Enhanced Memory, and Study Skills her passion is helping people be more productive in their thinking and learning by recalibrating their brain.

Jennifer has a Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and is a trainer in de Bono's Lateral Thinking™ techniques and Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI)®.

Interestingly, Jennifer was the convenor of the Australian Memory Championships, the Senior Arbiter at the World Memory Championships and was crowned “Memory Maven” by Australian Anthill Magazine.
Jennifer has authored many books, online material and training programs. In 2012 alone she co- authored “The Most Important Graph in the World” and “Brain Training for Kids” with Tony Buzan. She is currently collaborating with Bill Jarrard on his book “Innovation is Simple – But not Easy” and with John Perry on “Get Clear – how Entrepreneurs move mountains and make money”.

Here is a link to the recent article in Sunday Life magazine on how I got to be who I am and why I am passionate about brain friendly learning http://www.dailylife.com.au/life-and-love/real-life/do-we-only-reach-our-true-potential-in-our-40s-20150620-ghtf7e.html

Here is a link to the mind map i did to help plan a Rotary Sausage Sizzle
http://www.mindwerx.com/mex/mind-map/software/6105/planning-sausage-sizzle-raise-money-charityschool-fete

Here is the mind map on Rotary in general
http://www.mindwerx.com/blogs/bill-jarrard/2011/07/11/rotary-international

The Yarkers & The Carlottos - Tag Along Tour to The Cape



This is the invite and if you didn't go, maybe you should come along and hear how it went and maybe get on board for the next one.

"We offer you an opportunity to be part of a wonderful, value packed, special insights meaningful experience quietly travelling with new Rotarian friends and Friends of Rotarians to the Cape, Thursday Island, Weipa and back.

The tour for no more than 40 people is now well booked but there are some vacancies so we offer this opportunity.
We have devised two parts to this Cape Tag Along Tour to keep everyone together and safe within their comfort zone.

Some participants wish to take their rig all the way and we have park bookings. Others wish to keep the van on bitumen so we have booked van storage near the end of the bitumen road near Laura. For these tour members we have booked units each night up and back and into Weipa so you can travel with those taking their van. This keeps us all together each day and allows more group visits and special presentations which have been arranged along the way".


Club Forum

A fabulous opportunity for Fellowship and to put ideas to the other e-Club Members about future projects; ideas or just vague thoughts about helping in a particular sector.  Brainstorm with amazing people in your own Club and try to fix the World's woes.

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