Rotary Club of Campbelltown, SA
Visiting Rotarian Paul Trotter described the work of his Club. Campbelltown SA Rotary has 77 members and is the biggest club in District 9520. It is 50 years old. Their main fund raiser is a monthly shed sale run from a shed owned by the club built on council land. The Rotary Club earns about $5000 per month from its shed sale. 

Paul noted that the Campbelltown area has a large population of Italian descent. The Club runs an annual Italian marquee wine sale from which they raise about $15,000. 
 
 
Guest Speaker, Emma Watson - RYLA
Our speaker this morning was Emma Watson. Emma is studying Social Work at UNSW, she is a Rover representing her crew at state and national levels. Emma’s enthusiasm for the 
RYLA camp was wonderful to see. Although she knew several people who had attended RYLA she had no idea what to expect. 
 
Emma was delighted at the leadership training she experienced, the public speaking skills she developed and the general increase in self- confidence she gained.  She gathered valuable insights into team building and learned how to handle frustrations when things don’t go as planned. She really values these new skills.
 
Emma had the opportunity to exercise her RYLA skills when she organised the NSW State Rover Ball. It was a sold out success! She has been elected Chairman of the Sydney North 
Regional Rover Council in this role she will be responsible for running the Region of Sydney North with over 200 rovers! She commented that RYLA gave her the ability to take on this 
role. 
 
President Enza thanked Emma. Following the presentation all members were convinced of the value of the RYLA camp.