The team has held a reunion every year since and just had their 40th with all six members present.
You may well know of a worthy candidate. If so, make sure your club completes the nomination by 31 October,
The Rotary Club of Roseville Chase are delighted to present An Evening with Rod Macqueen AM on Tuesday 8 September 2015.
Rod Macqueen AM is a leader in the sports world as well as a motivator, mentor and innovative thinker in life and in business. He is an internationally renowned coach, winning every trophy available during his 4 year tenure as Head Coach of the Australian Wallabies including; the Rugby Union World Cup, Tri-Nations Series and British and Irish Lions Series. He was previously a top level surfboat rowing and rugby athlete. He is an Associate Member in the Australian Sports Hall of Fame and his autobiography One Step Ahead was a best seller. He is also a highly successful businessman as Chairman of Advantage Line, a multi-million dollar point of sale advertising company. Rod Macqueen was awarded as a Member of the Order of Australia in 2003.
Rod is a patron for the Sargood Foundation – www.sargood.org.au.
As Edwin Zemancheff interviews Rod, hear stories from the world of Rugby, life beyond coaching and the work of the Sargood Foundation. It promises to be a memorable evening!
Attached is a flyer, biography of Rod and a registration form are available on the District website here.
The club looks forward to seeing you and your table of family, friends and colleagues on 8 September. Please RSVP by 1/9/15 - places are booking quickly!
Nominations are open in the following six categories:
- Lesley Hall Award for Lifetime Achievement in Disability
- Emerging Leader in Disability Awareness
- Excellence in Accessibility – Technology
- Excellence in Accessibility – Community
- Excellence in Choice and Control in Service Delivery
- Excellence in Advocacy.
"Because of my previous work in the town I was able to go there the other day to see what I could do to help. With an interpreter I was able to communicate with them and ask what they want and what they need. ..."
We didn't buy a Jeep, we bought a cow instead
'Glenis' the cow was purchased by the Glenhaven Rotary Club and is providing much needed financial assistance to a single father who is battling to raise three young children.
Glenis has already had one calf and is pregnant again, the family sell the calves to provide income, selling one offspring can be the equivalent of 6-8 months income.
And the news gets even better. D9685 will also fund a physiotherapist from Fiji to come to the Royal Hobart hospital for skill upgrading. She is coming to Hobart in the next few weeks.
Interplast sends a big thank you to all clubs in the district and particularly to those clubs who made a contribution. Read on for more detailed information.
Register at conference.rotarydistrict9685.org.au
by 30 November
to qualify for Early Bird pricing and prize eligibility.
See more about the speakers here.
Downloads of this promotion are available by following the 'read more' link.
Many thanks to the Rotary Club of Woy Woy for this promotion of the Conference.