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July 8 2019 Member Bulletin Vol. 73 No 3
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Mornington Community Safelink
Mornington Community Safelink 
Our guest speaker on Wednesday July 3 was Graeme Rocke from the Mornington Community Safelink Group. The MCS will link the old Moorooduc and old Mornington Railway stations with a path adjacent to the railway line. The Safelink has had the support of the responsible authorities and agencies since Peninsula Link was built,  but the path was not funded. The Pen Link trail terminates at Moorooduc Railway Station. The benefit of the Safelink for Mornington is the linking of the several shopping centres, schools, sporting precincts, residential and industrial areas for walkers, joggers and people with mobility aids. It will provide active transport and recreation for all sectors of the community, but especially children and families.  The group is currently compiling letters of support from the community, meeting with local politicians, and preparing a petition. Graeme was accompanied to our meeting by Group member Cheryl Coombs, who leads local womens' cycling groups.
You can keep up to date with their progress on advocating for the completion of the Safelink on facebook.
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Wed July 31st Cluster Dinner 
Details of the dinner to be held at Benitos Mt.Eliza on Wednesday 31st July are below. All 8 clubs in our Cluster have been invited, and we will not be having a meeting that night. Please RSVP  to Eileen by Wed July 17 so we can arrange the payment. 
A presentation from both Past International President Ian Riseley and his wife Julliett of their experiences as Rotary International President and their 12 month journey.
To be held at...
BENITO’S
1196 Nepean Highway Mount Eliza.
Wednesday 31st July
6pm for 6:30 start.
Cost $42/head for a 2 course meal.
(Any special dietary requests must be made by payment date)
We request that one payment of all your attending Club Members be submitted to...Rotary Club of Hastings Western Port
  BSB: 083 668   Acc No. 788040701 by Friday 19th July
All funds raised will be donated to the End Trachoma Now program
An initiative of the Rotary Club of Hastings Western Port with the support of District 9820 Peninsula Cluster Group
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President's Report's
 
Presidents Report 
 
 
Coming Up
 
This week we have Charlie Spiers the District 9820 Foundation Chair educating and updating us on Rotary Foundation.  Before dinner we will hear a brief Bio from Hannah Swinnerton,  our RYLA candidate this year. Our meeting Chair will be Richard Vautier, Chair of our International & Foundation Committee.
 
The following week is Schools / Youth night chaired and hosted by John Renowden. It’s also our Lift the Lid fundraising night so be prepared to wear a hat and make a donation of more than a coin and even more if you don’t wear a hat!
 
After that,  on October  30 is a Board meeting.
 
R100 Socks 
 
At this  week’s meeting I will hand a round an order form for the R100 Socks, Phil presented last week. At $10 a pair you can order as many pairs as you like in red, black, navy or white (short), and sizes 3-8, 7-11, and 12-15. So bring your cash to pay on the night.
 
Upcoming Projects
 
Thanks to Ian Horton for volunteering to coordinate our role in running a drink stand for the Arthurs Seat Challenge on Sunday Nov 10. You will receive an email shortly inviting you to be one of the seven volunteers we need. Thanks too to Peter Jay for volunteering to coordinate the Christmas present collection which will be a bigger project for us this year, in partnership with Nicolas Lynch Real Estate and the Information Centre. Finally thanks to John R and Brian who will run a stand at the Peninsula Voice “Connecting Communities” Forum on Thurs Oct 31 at 5.30pm 
 
Polio Plus
 
Thanks to the members agreeing at our meeting last week to round up the $310 raised at Ride Like a Girl, by $690 to $1000, that will be our Contribution to World Polio Day on October 24. Our budget still provides for another larger contribution later in the year, subject to the recommendation of our International and Foundation Committee.
 
Great Goldfields Getaway Weekend  
 
Ten of us enjoyed our Goldfields weekend, starting with lunch on the shores of Lake Wendouree, and a wander through Ballaarat’s Botanical Gardens, followed by sumptuous drinks and savouries in Eileen and Ian’s room before dinner. On Sunday some enjoyed the Ballaarat Gallery, the Creswick Woollen Mills.   and others ventured to the Convent Gallery in Daylesford before a delicious lunch at the Radio Springs Hotel. Photos on our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rotaryclubofmorningtonvictoria/?modal=admin_todo_tour
 
 
Regards
 
Ross
 
Upcoming Events
Club Meeting Rotary Foundation - Charlie Spiers
Oct 16, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Club Meeting - Youth Night
Oct 23, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Board Meeting
Oct 30, 2019
 
Club Meeting - Guest Speaker - Andrew Plympton
Nov 06, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Arhturs Seat Challenge - Drink Station Support
Nov 10, 2019
7:30 AM – 11:30 AM
 
AGM & Speaker Shane Murphy, M Pen Marine Alliance
Nov 13, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Board Meeting
Nov 20, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Barefoot Bowls & BBQ
Nov 27, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Club Meeting -Guest Speaker - Nicholas Lynch
Dec 04, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Club Meeting - Trends In Travel - Lee Midson
Dec 11, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
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Meeting Responsibilities
Club Meeting Duty Member
Bilham, Ken
 
Reception / Cash Desk
Prudden, Eileen
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Fran Chambers
October 25
 
Spouse Birthdays
Lyn Johnson
October 27
 
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For more information,  and upcoming events please see our website, 
www.rotaryclubofmornington.org.au or follow us on facebook