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Meeting Responsibilities for next week
Co-President
Morgan, Susie
 
Co-President
Miller, Douglas
 
Desk Duties
Ciocco, Evelyn
 
Sergeant
Waters OAM, Ted
 
Taking Notes
Morgan, Susie
 
Upcoming Events
Manly Rotary Club Changeover Dinner
Jun 18, 2019 7:00 PM
 
Manly Fun Run & Walk
Sep 01, 2019
 
Welcome to our Club
We meet Tuesdays at 6:30 AM
Royal Far West Boardroom
Wentworth Street
Manly, NSW  2095
Australia
Phone:
0418 877 556
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BULLETIN NOTES 4 June 2019
 
PRESIDENT SUSIE'S WEEKLY REPORT
 
Hi everyone -
Thank you to those members who came along to the meeting on such a miserable day on Tuesday - what an achievement to get out on that cold and wet morning. (We do desperately need the rain though). My little chilli plants I'm growing for our market stall haven't sprouted yet - its too cold for them I think. Still we have plenty of time for growth before 20 July - our big day. On a personal note I have finally been able to welcome a new addition to my home after losing my best friend Blocker. Bindi an 18 month old Border Collie will be my new mate arriving on Sunday. We managed to save her from a very untimely end as the young lady owner left for overseas and didn't know what to do with her pet. It was great that we were finally able to make some decisions about our Club (in the notes below) - your input was appreciated. Seven of us are going to the Stand Tall Event next week to act as volunteers in managing the 6000 or so students attending.  Wish us luck!
Have a great week and take care....
Susie
 
MEETING NOTES

Affirmation and Toast

 We give thanks for food, friends, fellowship and the opportunity to serve through Rotary. Toast to Australia

Apologies:  Barbara Gardiner, David Brown, Jack Pack, John Warren, George McLelland, Tracy Rushmer, Evelyn Ciocco

Duties:   Desk – David Park  Notes - Susie Morgan; Sergeant-at-Arms - Richard Schroder

Welcome: Happy Birthday Richard and welcome back

 
KEY ACTIVITY - ASSEMBLY
 
NORTHERN BEACHES CLUSTER MEETING
Ken Hopley reported on the Northern Beaches cluster meeting he attended last week:
  • Liz McDougall (Dee Why Rotary) reported that the Manly Daily (Notice Board) is now receptive to receiving information about what is happening with Rotary Clubs on the Northern Beaches.
  • Liz McDougall also asked if any Clubs could loan their banners at any time for Rotary functions to assist in “branding” Rotary Clubs.
  • Clubs were asked to check that details about their Club and members is current in Club Runner.
  • Mosman Club was asking for help with a project they are undertaking for women in need in the Northern Beaches
  • The Northern Beaches Cluster is organising a “Yulefest” dinner/fund raiser on 17 August next
  • Regarding PCYC State Transit has advised they are about to give away to worthy organisations, one hundred State Transit full size buses.
STAND TALL EVENT 12 JUNE
  • Susie will liaise with those attending to organize transport to the Event (fast ferry?)
FUN RUN
Doug reported on progress of the fun run:
  • There is another designated charity meeting on Thursday morning with Grassrootz to discuss progress of fund raising and future fund raising strategies
  • Traffic Committee has approved the traffic plan
  • All other required authorities have been approved
  • Thank you to James Lignum for his work on the Fun Run and Rotary Club of Manly websites – terrific job
  • Still waiting for confirmation of a sponsorship
  • More sponsorships are needed
  • Invoice to be sent to Bendigo Bank for their sponsorship; Ted to follow up
  • Sector Marshalls will receive a document identifying their responsibility in the fun run. These plans need to be reviewed and any suggestions made for improvement, equipment (barriers/witches hats, etc. etc.) and volunteers required to be noted and emailed to Doug Miller and Jay Stuart by 14 June. Doug also requested that Sector Marshalls check (walk) their section of the fun run route.
FUTURE CLUB PLANS
It was agreed that in future:
  • Meetings will remain the same (weekly 6.30am for 7.00am start – 8.00am close)
  • Refreshments will only include tea, coffee, water and juice (no breakfast)
  • Ted Waters to liaise with RFW with the possibility of a reduction in venue cost
  • Meetings will where possible include two guest speakers per month, an assembly and five x me discussion from a club member (Susie Morgan and Ted Waters together with all club members to source guest speakers)
  • There will be three categories of membership (full club, corporate and friend). As a start corporate membership will be offered to designated charities.
  • Committee Directors will be asked to provide a verbal (or written) report at club meetings in the future on progress relating to their specific portfolio.
  • There will be no change in the fee structure at present
  • Susie Morgan to distribute a copy of the By-Laws/Constitution and Donation Guidelines to all club members for review and any suggestions for change. These suggestions for change to be emailed to Susie Morgan prior to 30 June.
MEMBERSHIP
  • A Director of Membership is needed to head this committee. Ken Hopley will advise progress at next meeting.
  • Ken Hopley will ask Barry Tomkin at PCYC if a representative could attend morning club meetings in the future as Barry is working at the Club in the mornin
DATES TO REMEMBER
June
06/06/2019 Designated Charities Fun Run Meeting - 9.00am Lifeline Balgowlah
12/06/2019  Stand Tall Major Event
18/06/2019  Club Changeover Dinner including guest DG-Elect Kalma McLellan
July
06/07/2019 District Changeover Dinner at Hornsby RSL 6.00pm
20/07/2019 Manly Public School Market stall
August 
17/08/2019 Northern Beaches cluster Yulefest fundraiser dinner at PCYC
September
01/09/2019  Manly Scenic Fun Run & Walk
 
NEXT MEETING:  11 June  2019 Royal Far West  Boardroom (including Board Meeting)
 
KEY ACTIVITY: Fun Run registration and fund raising platform explanation - and James Lignum website changes
 
SERGEANTS SESSION AND CROSS FINES – Thank you Richard for an entertaining session
 
RAFFLE - Won by Norm Thomson
 
NEXT WEEK DUTIES Desk - Evelyn Ciocco, Notes - Susie Morgan, Sergeant - TBD
 
 
 
 
POLIO THIS WEEK
On 26-27 February 2019 the Global Commission for Certification of the Eradication met at the WHO in Geneva to continue its work on global certification criteria for wild poliovirus eradication and containment. 
Summary of new viruses this week: Pakistan - two WPVI-positive environmental samples, Nigeria - one circulating vaccine derived poliovirus type 2(cVDPV2) case.
Year to date 2019 WPV - six globally, 6 in endemic countries, 0 in non-endemic countries.
Case breakdown by country - 2 in Afghanistan and 4 in Pakistan.
Onset of paralysis in most recent case is prior to 2017.
Rotary District 9685 Conference 2019
 
For full details on the Rotary District Conference please click here
 
 
The Last Word
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Weekly Newsletter from the Manly Rotary Club