Sunday, 18 September 2016

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 21st September 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.6
WEDNESDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker John Whiteman on Global Food Security and Madagascan Lemurs. 

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                       
                             21st Sep        5th Oct         19th Oct                  
Duty Officer          Lionel T         David F         Andy S                             
Assist DO             CL C              Angela G      Roly N                       
Registration          John W          Rick V          Malcolm B   
Fellowship            Phillip S         Chris B         Keith R     
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
24th September
John and Bernice McLennan (Leader)  Malcolm Baker

8th October
Phillip Stark (Leader)  John Whan  Ric Townsend

22nd October
Mike & Sherryl Gregory (Leader)  Andy Shouteten

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
Members were privileged to have Cathy Booth as our guest speaker, project leader and founder of the Umojo Orphanage Kenya which is now a RAWCS project. Cathy is inspirational with her enthusiasm and her leadership abilities which have driven the project from inception to the intake of its first children.
As a child, Cathy always wanted to work in an orphanage and teach young children but it was only after four children, six years in PNG that she returned to the Bundaberg area and successfully studied to be a teacher.  She also has a passion for travel visiting Kenya for the first time in 2010. She was overwhelmed with the poverty and the daily hardships of everyday life for the Kenyan people.
In 2011, Cathy returned to Kenya to teach as a volunteer in a number of orphanages after raising funds from family and friends. Overall, it was one of the most rewarding experiences of her life. She decided she would start her own charity and begin fundraising to build her own orphanage.

 On the 30th July, 2011, Cathy launched her own non-profit organisation – Umoja Orphanage Kenya. Umoja is Swahili for unity and togetherness, Her Moto; Together we will achieve the
extraordinary.  Umoja was made a project of Rotary Australia World Community Services (RAWCS) has received support from Rotary clubs, both in Australia and overseas. It has also been supported heavily by Australian Aid

Umoja’s goal is to build individual children’s homes, where children will be homed in a ‘family’ environment. Construction of our first children’s home started in October 2014. It was completed in July 2016 allowing the first five children to enter the orphanage.

Umoja Children’s Village –Ukunda will be self-sustainable through a permaculture model by farming crops and animals and selling excess produce to the surrounding villages. A safari side-business will also return profits back into the project to help pay local staff who will work in our orphanage. By employing local Kenyans the orphanage can provide invaluable skills for the future.

Umoja Orphanage Kenya aims to help children but it will also help communities break the cycle of poverty.

First Childrens' Home under construction
                                                             




 

 Roly gave a vote of thanks and congratulated Cathy on her achievement in difficult circumstances.














FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
28th Sepember
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

5th October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Mike Norman on the Light Horse Museum.

12th October
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

19th October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Michael Gilles with an MCSR update.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR SEPTEMBER
4th John & Bernice McLennan  18th Andy & Mia Schouteten  28th Keith & Gloria Rogers

BIRTHDAY FOR SEPTEMBER
17th Judi Ross-Smith  29th Mia Schouteten

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
GETTING READY FOR BROADBAND IN THE BUSH


AUSSIE COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY


LOGON: Adding wood to make the barbie hotter.
LOG OFF: Not adding any more wood to the barbie.
MONITOR: Keeping an eye on the barbie.
DOWNLOAD: Getting the firewood off the ute.
HARD DRIVE: Making the trip back home without any cold tinnies.
KEYBOARD: Where you hang the ute keys.
WINDOWS: What you shut when the weather's cold.
SCREEN: What you shut in the mozzie season..
BYTE: What mozzies do
MEGABYTE: What Townsville mozzies do.
CHIP: A pub snack.
MICROCHIP: What's left in the bag after you've eaten the chips.
MODEM: What you did to the lawns.
LAPTOP: Where the cat sleeps.
SOFTWARE: Plastic knives and forks you get at Red Rooster.
HARDWARE: Stainless steel knives and forks - from K-Mart.
MOUSE: The small rodent that eats the grain in the shed.
MAINFRAME: What holds the shed up.
WEB: What spiders make.
WEBSITE: Usually in the shed or under the veranda.
SEARCH ENGINE: What you do when the ute won't go.
CURSOR: What you say when the ute won't go.
YAHOO: What you say when the ute does go.
UPGRADE: A steep hill.
SERVER: The person at the pub who brings out the counter lunch.
MAIL SERVER: The bloke at the pub who brings out the counter lunch.
USER: The neighbour who keeps borrowing things.
NETWORK: What you do when you need to repair the fishing net.
INTERNET: Where you want the fish to go.
NETSCAPE: What the fish do when they discover a hole in the net.
ONLINE: Where you hang the washing.
OFFLINE: Where the washing ends up when the pegs aren't strong enough

A LITTLE BIT OF AUSSIE CULCHA!!









Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 21st September 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.6
WEDNESDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker John Whiteman on Global Food Security and Madagascan Lemurs. 

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                       
                             21st Sep        5th Oct         19th Oct                  
Duty Officer          Lionel T         David F         Andy S                             
Assist DO             CL C              Angela G      Roly N                       
Registration          John W          Rick V          Malcolm B   
Fellowship            Phillip S         Chris B         Keith R     
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
24th September
John and Bernice McLennan (Leader)  Malcolm Baker

8th October
Phillip Stark (Leader)  John Whan  Ric Townsend

22nd October
Mike & Sherryl Gregory (Leader)  Andy Shouteten

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
Details to follow.  Our Guest Speaker was Cathy Booth who described how she had managed to set up an orphanage in Kenya from scratch.  It was an inspiring presentation.


First Childrens' Home under construction
                                                             




 

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
28th Sepember
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

5th October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Mike Norman on the Light Horse Museum.

12th October
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

19th October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Michael Gilles with an MCSR update.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR SEPTEMBER
4th John & Bernice McLennan  18th Andy & Mia Schouteten  28th Keith & Gloria Rogers

BIRTHDAY FOR SEPTEMBER
17th Judi Ross-Smith  29th Mia Schouteten

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
GETTING READY FOR BROADBAND IN THE BUSH


AUSSIE COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY


LOGON: Adding wood to make the barbie hotter.
LOG OFF: Not adding any more wood to the barbie.
MONITOR: Keeping an eye on the barbie.
DOWNLOAD: Getting the firewood off the ute.
HARD DRIVE: Making the trip back home without any cold tinnies.
KEYBOARD: Where you hang the ute keys.
WINDOWS: What you shut when the weather's cold.
SCREEN: What you shut in the mozzie season..
BYTE: What mozzies do
MEGABYTE: What Townsville mozzies do.
CHIP: A pub snack.
MICROCHIP: What's left in the bag after you've eaten the chips.
MODEM: What you did to the lawns.
LAPTOP: Where the cat sleeps.
SOFTWARE: Plastic knives and forks you get at Red Rooster.
HARDWARE: Stainless steel knives and forks - from K-Mart.
MOUSE: The small rodent that eats the grain in the shed.
MAINFRAME: What holds the shed up.
WEB: What spiders make.
WEBSITE: Usually in the shed or under the veranda.
SEARCH ENGINE: What you do when the ute won't go.
CURSOR: What you say when the ute won't go.
YAHOO: What you say when the ute does go.
UPGRADE: A steep hill.
SERVER: The person at the pub who brings out the counter lunch.
MAIL SERVER: The bloke at the pub who brings out the counter lunch.
USER: The neighbour who keeps borrowing things.
NETWORK: What you do when you need to repair the fishing net.
INTERNET: Where you want the fish to go.
NETSCAPE: What the fish do when they discover a hole in the net.
ONLINE: Where you hang the washing.
OFFLINE: Where the washing ends up when the pegs aren't strong enough

A LITTLE BIT OF AUSSIE CULCHA!!









Sunday, 4 September 2016

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 7th September 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.5
WEDNESDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Cathy Booth on Umoja Orphanage.

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                               7th Sep           21st Sep          5th Oct               
Duty Officer            Jim A               Lionel T            David F                       
Assist DO               Malcolm B        CL                   Angela G                
Registration            Bernice McL    John W             Rick V
Fellowship              Jeff C                Phillip S          Chris B
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
10th Sep
Jim Atkinson  (Leader)  Bill Hankinson  David Fraser

24th September
John and Bernice McLennan (Leader)  Malcolm Baker

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
In light of the recent untimely death of the founder of Ebenezer, Ranji Chara, Angela proposed an international toast to the Rotary Club of Livingstone
and to Ebenezer.

President Jeff welcomed DG Alan Stephens and Wife Sandy on their Official Visit to our Club, AG Ian Hope, and a couple of Partners. 

Lionel reported that the calendars are ready for sale and that he had been invited to a demonstration of the ‘Cave Visualisation’ unit at the University of the Sunshine Coast and that the Club has been offered a visit to this unique 3D teaching facility. 

Ric updated us on his goals for revitalising vocational service, referring us to the District Directory for details.

CL informed us that ‘Shed the Light’ had been accepted as a RAWCS Project. 

Chris mentioned that we have volunteered for the car parking at the opening of the Light Horse Museum and that the GG was expected to attend.

DG Alan commenced his presentation with a short video celebrating the 100 years of service of The Rotary Foundation and noted that we should be proud that four of the projects highlighted were from our District.  A brief history lesson followed of how what began as fellowship came to include service and how TRF came into being with a donation of $26.50 - the hope is that in November every Rotarian will contribute $26.50 to TRF to commemorate its 100th anniversary.

Alan then turned to the ‘power of one’ and cited the examples of Paul Harris, Arch Klumph, Ian Scott (ARH), Tom Henderson (ShelterBox), and our own Clem Renouf which led to an update on the polio campaign – Nigeria has been two years without a case but last week there were two, prompting a massive response from Rotary and our partners.  It is still a possibility that we will see the last case this year. 

He outlined his experiences on being invited to join Rotary, how networking had helped him immensely personally and in business, and how he developed a passion for our youth programs.  We were encouraged to attend at least one International Convention so as to experience the internationality of Rotary and he emphasised that among NGO’s only Rotary had such
diversity and therefore the power to effect meaningful changes for the betterment of mankind.  Rotary is one of only two NGO’s that have a seat in the United  Nations.


The DG’s primary role is to support the Clubs of the District but he does have some goals of his own – to break down the barriers between Clubs and District, to encourage youth programs, and to empower his Team.  Alan concluded with an invitation to attend the District Conference ‘Empowering Rotarians to Serve Humanity’ where the Sunday will be devoted to a ‘World CafĂ©’ structure so as to promote networking between Clubs to address the challenges facing us.  One major challenge being our aging membership – the average age of Australian Rotarians is now 71!

Sandy outlined her pet project – the School of Hard Knocks which is all about empowering the disadvantaged through the arts and has a very comprehensive website http://schoolofhardknocks.org.au/sohk/.   President Jeff presented her with a contribution from the Club.       

Michael thanked DG Alan and Sandy for their presentations and added a few comments on PRIP Clem’s difficulties in getting Clubs to work together so as to take on bigger projects like polio immunisation, International Conventions, International Assemblies and our passion for Rotary.

Pamphlets on our upcoming Melbourne Cup function were circulated then President Jeff reminded us of the vocational visit to Brouhaha Brewery on 31 August and closed the meeting. 

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
14th September
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

21st September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker John Whiteman on Global Food Security and Madagascan Lemurs.

28th Sepember
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

5th October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Mike Norman on the Light Horse Museum.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR SEPTEMBER
4th John & Bernice McLennan  18th Andy & Mia Schouteten  28th Keith & Gloria Rogers

BIRTHDAY FOR SEPTEMBER
17th Judi Ross-Smith 29th Mia Schouteten

NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
FOR STUDENTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

MANURE...  An interesting fact.

- In the 16th and 17th centuries, everything for export had to be transported by ship.

- It was also before the invention of commercial fertilizers, so large shipments of manure were quite common.

- It was shipped dry, because in dry form it weighed a lot less than when wet, but once water (at sea) hit it, not only did it become heavier, but a process of fermentation began, of which a by-product was methane gas.

- As the stuff was stored below decks in bundles, you can see what could (and did) happen. 

- Methane began to build up below decks and the first time someone came below at night with a lantern ...  BOOOOM!

- Several ships were destroyed in this manner before it was determined just what was happening.

- After that, the bundles of manure were always stamped with the instruction ' Stow high in transit ' on them.

- This instructed the sailors to stow it high enough above the lower decks so that any water that came into the hold would not touch this "volatile" cargo and start the production of methane.

- Thus evolved the term ' S.H.I.T ' , (Stow High In Transit) which has come down through the centuries and is in use to this very day.

- You probably did not know the true history of this word.

- Neither did I.

 
 


I had always thought it was a golf term.

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 17th August 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.4
WEDNESDAY 17TH AUGUST 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for District Governor's visit with Partners welcome.

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                                17th August     7th September     21st September                
Duty Officer             Sherryl G        Jim A                    Lionel T                        
Assist DO                Michael G       Malcolm B            CL                
Registration             John McL        Bernice McL        John W
Fellowship               Angela G        Jeff C                    Phillip S
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
27th August
Jeff Cornfoot  (Leader)  Angela Griffin  Keith Rogers

10th Sep
Jim Atkinson  (Leader)  Bill Hankinson  David Fraser

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
PP Rick V opened the meeting by welcoming Angela who had returned from Europe and our guest speaker Paul Boulton.

Chris thanked those who had helped with parking for the State Cross Country Championships.  The money raised will be donated to the Precinct Committee.  He will be calling for volunteers for parking at Witta Fest shortly.

It was reported that the calendars should be printed this month.

Guest Speaker Paul Boulton is a "Personal Change Transformation Specialist" who has a shop in Montville Main Street. He spoke on UFO research.

Paul advised that UFO Research Queensland Inc.was established in 1956 is Australia's (and possibly the world’s) longest running UFO research association.  He also stated there were over 50,000 reports of UFO sightings a year worldwide. He then went on to explain how references to UFO’s can be seen in artworks going back thousands of years. UFO sightings have also been reported by some world leaders and many in the military.

Paul is a believer in the well known theories of government conspiracies to hide the truth from the public (to save us from panic) and that he accepts that there are actually seventeen levels of security control in the world that are above that enjoyed by the President of the USA.  He advocates that these
are part of  a human and alien co-operation arrangement.

Finally he said he was working with a Queensland cattle farmer on the unexplained disappearance of some of his cattle and various strange events on his property related to alien activity.

Ric T proposed the vote of thanks.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
17th August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for District Governor's visit with Partners welcome.

24th August
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

31st August
Vocational visit to Brouhaha brewery in Coral Street.

7th September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Cathy Booth on Umoja Orphanage.

14th September
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

21st September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker John Whiteman on Global Food Security and Madagascan Lemurs.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR AUGUST
15th  Phillip and Janice Stark  29th Angela and Mike

BIRTHDAYS FOR AUGUST
17th Malcolm Baker  20th Jocelyn Brooker  28th Mary Wilson and Lionel Tilley

NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
A MODERN DAY FORM OF THE REVOLUNTIONARY TUMBRIL
THE CONDEMNED MAN .....



Ron Chesterfield, 89 years of age, was stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and was asked where he was going at that time of night.

Ron replied, "I'm on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late."

The officer asked, "Really? Who's giving that lecture at this time of night?"

Ron replied, "That would be my wife."




Sunday, 31 July 2016

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 3rd August 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.3
WEDNESDAY 3RD AUGUST 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Paul Boulton on UFO Research.

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                                3rd August         17th August         7th September                 
Duty Officer             Roly N                Sherryl G             Jim A                        
Assist DO                Ric T                  Michael G            Malcolm B                
Registration             Keith R              John McL             Bernice McL
Fellowship               John W              Angela G              Jeff C
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
13th August
Michael and Sherryl Gregory (Leaders)  Andy Shouteten

27th August
Jeff Cornfoot  (Leader)  Angela Griffin  Keith Rogers

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
President Jeff opened a crowded meeting by welcoming our guests who included PDG Dai Mason and his wife as well as representatives from the Glasshouse Mountains, Nambour and Nambour 76 Clubs.

The guest speaker for the evening was PDG Dai. He spoke about his recent attendance at the Rotary International Council of Legislation 2016 in Chicago, USA. The topics covered by Dai in his address were:

1.What is the Council On Legislation (COL)? – in essence it is Rotary’s parliament where proposed enactments and resolutions are debated and voted on; the Council meets every 3 years;

2. Who attends? – District representatives, members at large, Constitution & Bylaws Committee, administration team and Chair and Co-Chair;

3. Proposals for COL 2016 – changes to the constitution, by-laws, resolutions to the Board of RI and setting of RI dues for 3 years;

4. Overview – Dai briefly described the procedures regarding registration, training sessions, assembly and social events;

5. Major changes – a few of the major changes adopted by the Council in relation to club flexibility were:
 meeting schedule requirement now twice a month;
now under section 4.010 of the By- Laws (Membership in Clubs) a club may adopt rules or requirements not in accordance with 4.030.- 4.060. of the By-Laws and such rules or requirements shall supersede the rules or requirements of these sections of these By-Laws;
Rotaractors can become members;
distinction between e-club and traditional clubs deleted.
In relation to clubs, Board Minutes to be provided within 60 days, Treasurer shall be a member of the Board and admission fees deleted from By-Laws.

RI dues were set as follows: 2017-2018 US$60; 2018-2019 US$64; 2019-2020 US$68;

6. Post COL actions – Dai briefly spoke on clubs' righst to object to legislation, publication of legislation and the need for clubs to review and amend their constitutions and by-laws;

7. Personal reflections – in conclusion Dai gave his thoughts on his attendance at the COL some of which were: cumbersome process (but workable), however, in 2019 resolutions will not be considered which should help the process; not enough time for informed debate; delegates could be per zone rather than district.

At the conclusion Phillip S thanked Dai for his interesting presentation in terms of general interest in how the Council of Legislation operates and specific interest as regards the more important changes which were enacted and which will have a direct bearing on our club.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
10th August
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

17th August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for District Governor's visit with Partners welcome.

24th August
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

31st August
Vocational visit to Brouhaha brewery in Coral Street.

7th September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Cathy Booth on Umoja Orphanage.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR AUGUST
15th  Phillip and Janice Stark  29th Angela and Mike

BIRTHDAYS FOR AUGUST
17th Malcolm Baker  20th Jocelyn Brooker  28th Mary Wilson and Lionel Tilley

NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
FOR PURISTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
A GUIDE TO ITS CORRECT USE FROM A CULTURED MEMBER




What is the plural of octopus, cactus, nucleus, hippopotamus, gladiolus, platypus?

Were you expelled from a private school for being naughty and therefore missed out on a classical education and the ability to pluralise the Latin or Greek noun? Never mind your pedant friend is here to help.

The plural depends on whether the word has a Latin or Greek basis. Greek derived words end in the conventional –es-, while Latin ones have a plural ending in -i-. Therefore the Latin plurals of cactus, fungus, stimulus, nucleus, radius, hippopotamus  all correctly end as in cacti, fungi, stimuli, nuclei,
radii and hippopotami, although the average common user today can be efficient and just refer to those animals as ‘hippos’.

Greek based plurals therefore are caucuses, ignoramuses, hiatuses, sinuses, foetuses, prospectuses, viruses, platypuses and octopuses.

Through (incorrect) recent usage, the term ‘platypi’ and ‘octopi’ is also used for the plural, although this is technically incorrect and a form of  pseudo-Latin (read this as the ignorant snob who pretends to know everything); the correct Greek plural would be ‘platypodes’ and ‘octopodes’ as the singular
form of ‘pod’, meaning ‘foot’ is ‘podes’ or ‘pedes’ .i.e. millipedes, centipedes. So the correct common term is platypuses and octopuses.

Enjoy your next trivia night smugly knowing your Greek and Latin declensions.







Saturday, 16 July 2016

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 20th July 2016

"THE RANGE"  Vol. 58 No.2
WEDNESDAY 20TH JULY 2016

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker PDG Dai Mason on Council on Legislation.

APOLOGIES
Apologies to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS
                              20th July         3rd August          17th August                 
Duty Officer           Alan W            Roly N                Sherryl G                        
Assist DO              Phillip S           Ric T                  Michael G                
Registration           Bill H               Keith R               John McL
Fellowship             Andy S            John W               Angela G
        
SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
30th July
John and Bernice McLennan (Leaders)  Lionel Tilley

13th August
Michael and Sherryl Gregory (Leaders)  Andy Shouteten

CHANGEOVER NIGHT 6TH JULY
Members and guests enjoyed an excellent meal at the Old Bank Cafe.  Highlights of the evening, captured by David Fraser, were:


ADG Ian Hope installing Jeff as our President for the year.


Some members of the incoming Board which also includes Angela, CL, Lionel, Malcolm and Rick V.


Linda Vann, Commanding Officer of TS Centaur, receives a Paul Harris Fellowship.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
20th July
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker PDG Dai Mason on Council on Legislation.

27th July
Masonic Hall at 5:50 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly with cheese and biscuits.

3rd August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Paul Boulton on UFO Research.

10th August
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

17th August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for District Governor's visit with Partners welcome.

BIRTHDAYS FOR JULY
11th Jacinta Townsend & Roly Neiper  20th Beth Wann

NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
PICTORIAL WHIMSY