Thank you to the wonderful ladies of Taylors Lakes Knitters in Melbourne who have been busily knitting away making fish 'n' chip vests for the babies of Africa. Along with this photo of the ladies I also received this email:
"My Mother, and some of her friends at the retirement village she calls home, have been industriously exercising themselves and their fingers in producing "Fish and Chip" baby jumpers to your pattern published on the Facebook page.
Mum is 94, and the average age of the knitters is around the 90's.
At present there are 21 jumpers, comprised of 17 "normal size" and 4 smaller. They're all in an amazing range of colours and beautifully knitted".
Another parcel arrived, thank you to Ann from Preston in Melbourne. She is a friend of President Tara's Mum and regularly sends us new knitted items and has also been so kind as to send us patterns for the newer items.
Lesley also received a package of beautiful fish 'n' chip vests from Joan in Canberra. We would also like to thank Joan very much, her card read, "Please find enclosed jumpers made with love for your tiny babies".
I picked up three rubbish sized bags full of wonderful knitted items from the
Studio Village Community Centre Knitting Group. Such lovely ladies
with big hearts.
Isn't that just beautiful! :) This is such an awesome Project.
You might like to draw to the attention of your Club the prospect of broadening their Rotary experience through Rotary Fellowships. There are Rotary Fellowships for almost every social group.
Any of your Members who may require further information about Rotary Fellowships (involving everything from skiing to wine appreciation – there is even one for lawyers) can obtain more information from Charles whose email address is: email@example.com
Rotary Friendship Exchange (RFE)
Rick and I have recently got back from our first Rotary Friendship Exchange (RFE) to Milan and Brescia. It was an amazing and wonderful trip, we enjoyed the company of six other team members and we got to visit places we had only ever dreamed of seeing. Thank you to everyone who made it so memorable especially our hosts who spoilt us each and every day. Check out some photos HERE.
Helping Hands Project
Our own Lesley Bath was a part of this wonderful project.
Report on the Helping Hands Project 62/2012-13 trip to Sri Lanka. June 2015
Something very special occurred on this trip, Apart from fitting hands to amputees few of my team realised what happened. Read more
Ever wondered what it is like at a Rotary e-Club of NextGen meeting? Well, it looks a lot like this, see below.
The new Zoom 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 twenty-five video feeds at any one time a huge improvement on our previous software.
easy-to-use online meetings teleconferencing software offers the best video, audio and
screen-sharing experience across Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Blackberry,
Zoom Rooms, and H.323/SIP room systems.
Our meetings officially start at 8pm AEST each Tuesday Night but we are regularly online 15mins 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 Zoom logo in the top left hand corner of this website and say, "Hi".
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.
Please contact Rick and Ingrid if you have any concerns.
e-Club Youth Protection Officers