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Members and guests meet via video conference each Tuesday at 7.15pm for an 7.30pm AEST start.  To access the video teleconferencing software click on 'Zoom' just under 'Login' above.  Members and guests are always welcome.

Board Meetings

Board meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm and are open to all Members, in person or online, at our dedicated  'Zoom' address.  Meeting Minutes are available to e-Club Members in the Member Drop Box

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Do you find yourself missing our Club Forums now daylight saving has started in other states?  Or you just need a friendly reminder 30mins before the start of each Tuesday Night Forum simply text your name to the President.


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Rotary Club No:  84537
Rotary District: 9640
Incorporation No: IA40038, Date:15/6/12 

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Rotary e-Club NextGen, Australia meets online.

Contact: The Secretary
Phone: +61 434968693

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PO Box 1761
Oxenford Qld 4210

Club Board


Elva Fitzell

Kaye Titmarsh
Immediate Past President

Geoff Baldwin
Vice President

Graham Douglass

Bruce Rogers
Treasury & Finance

Ian Yarker
Club Service

Cody Schaeffer

Stewart Hase
Public Relations

Peter Saville
Foundation(s) RF & ARH

Kaye Titmarsh

Pam and Graham John

Andrew Bradley
Website Admin


Community Service Projects 

 Ian Yarker/Angelo Carlotto
 Tag Along Tours

Ian Yarker
RFDS Service Projects

Geoff Baldwin
Birdsville Race Program

Lauren Jewson

Heather Yarker
Knitting Project 
0418 786 122
Post Knitting to:
77 Gerara Court

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October 2018
  This e-Club operates 24/7 and supports our Members Community Service activities & aspirations. 

The Rotary e-Club of NextGen Australia is an exciting example of the evolution of Rotary into the current technologically-driven world. Our club members discuss their community and service projects weekly via online video chat meetings, as well as frequent face-to-face meetings and social events in and around the clubs base on the Gold Coast, Australia. The online nature of our clubs operations provide a unique opportunity for members to engage in projects at a local, regional and global level, with guest speakers, projects and members collaborating from across the world. Our club welcomes anyone with a passion and interest in changing the world for the better. Please check out our website and find out how you can be a part of the Next Generation..

Club President
Elva Fitzell


Assistant Governor
Lea Rickwood


District Governor
Terry Brown


RI President
Barry Rassin

Presidents Message: Mark & Mary Norval Return As Guest Speakers


Some of you may remember Mark and Mary Norval from their presentation to us about mental health concerns in his remote community. Well on Tuesday 24th April our club was lucky enough to have Mark and Mary Norval present again. They shared their lifetime experience with us about the Kimberley region of Australia. Both Mark and Mark are recognised experts in Kimberley Art & Culture.



If you missed this great meeting, take a look at the recording below.





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.

2019-20 Rotary President Selected

Mark Daniel Maloney of the Rotary Club of Decatur, Alabama, USA selected as the 2019-20 Rotary President. Read more here


Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

Rotary recently announced nearly $100 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed hundreds of thousands of children each year. Read more here.


Ian Yarker OAM


Rotary brings people together who would not normally meet, to do things for others including many they may never meet. To voluntarily serve is to enrich everyone involved. Rotary membership does this.Ian attributes this honour to all the people he has met and voluntarily worked with on so many projects in so many parts of the world. They have shared, they have joined in and they have respected the call to volunteer. But he says his greatest support and inspiration comes from his wife Heather (OAM). Without the support, drive and attitude of Heather a lot of the achievements may not have had the same outcome. We are a team
supporting each other, complimenting each other's dreams, visions, desires and challenges.

Read full article here

Orange Sky Heads West To Wash Away The Itches

Brisbane founders of charity Orange Sky Laundry are embarking on a new mission to cure scabies in remote indigenous communities. Find out more here.


Big Red Truck Puts Students On The Road To A Brighter Future

Hospitality lesson held inside a $2.6 million truck with a teacher who travels between five outback Queensland schools has boosted rural student graduation and job prospects. Read more


 Days for Girls Sewing Day

The next Sewing and Packing Day is happening

Saturday 13th October

9.00am to 12.30pm 

Trinity Lutheran College, Junior Campus, Cotlew Street Ashmore.

Our Clubs Knitting Project: A Message From One Of Our Knitters

We recently received this lovely message from Dorothy. Dorothy and friends reside in a retirement village and contribute to our e-clubs knitting project. 

“A couple of weeks ago I put on our "in house TV" in the village asking for 8 ply  yarns and had a great response.  People are wonderful and even a 90 year old man came to my door and gave money so I could go buy wool. I showed him the things I was putting in the box to post to you, I explained that I could use this money for postage, if he agreed and then he gave me another $50 saying he felt so impressed to help. This is real love for people and I believe how the love of God can work.”

For more on our clubs knitting project click here

Jumpers for the Outback

We have now received some pics of children wearing knitting we gather and forward.

This lot was sent to Alice Springs – Primary Health Care and now is keeping kids warm.

It's particularly cold at the moment so hopefully these have made a difference.


What Do I Say Now - Mental Health First Aid Course 

Congratulations to Club Member Stewart Hase for a great course on Mental Health First Aid that was presented to the Rotary Club of Summerland Sunrise and Rotary Club of Ballina on Richmond.


It was another successful 'What do I say now?': A mental health first aid program' where there were 18 participants and 7 sought accreditation for completing the program. 


Sunrise will donate $350 to our club for the DG's mental health project. So, another 18 people trained to help people who have mental health problems in our community.


Such an important topic these days and one that we are so glad is presented and coordinated by our own Stewart Hase.


Guest Speaker & Dinners

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

September Dates

Tuesday 4 September 

Tuesday 18 September

Tuesday 25 September

Days for Girls Sewing Days:

Saturday 13 October 2018

Saturday 8 December 2018

Guest Speakers: 


e- Files - Get to Know Your New Members

Tune in and welcome some of our new Members to the e-Club Team. Come and see who they are, no spoiler alerts here, be surprised; find out their experiences and passions and why they chose to be an e-Clubber.

Club Assembly

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.

Our Charter Certificate

Service Partners and Sponsors


 Warwick Meats