Date: August 30 bulletin vol 71 issue 10
Club Assembly

Social Evening-'Pot Luck' dinner

From the feedback I have received, our social pot luck evening last Wednesday was greatly enjoyed by those in attendance.
Those at the Morell household had a lot of fun some good discussion and thoroughly enjoyed the splendid hospitality.  As one person wrote....
Just by way of feedback -  last night was fabulous. Small group of people in intimate setting enabled great fellowship. The “topics for conversation starters” were wonderful and evoked lots of stimulating, varied and informed conversation.
The Renowden household gave similar feedback with excellent food enjoyed some great ‘red wine sharing’ and a relaxed warm atmosphere. As a guest wrote:’
Thank you again for your wonderful hospitality last night.  We both enjoyed the night immensely.  The idea of the questions was really great.
I hope the washing up did not consume too much time today. Have a good weekend
Some of the questions produced most humorous responses and politics was generally kept to a low key...with the occasional digression at one household!!
Thanks to all for your generous supply of really tasty food and wine.
Our special thanks to Colleen and Steve and Maree for the  extra work you put in to make this night a fun night.
Defibrillation Machine presented
Lesley Fladeby, the new manager of the Information and Support Centre attended and gave us a brief run down about the work of the centre. The Centre mostly provides support in various forms from clothing, food or advice to those who seek their help. It was noted that a Support Centre combined with an Information Centre is not common. We presented the defibrillator to her for the centre- in token photograph form!! The defibrillator is already in place in the centre.
Lesley Fladeby thanks our club for the provision of a defibrillator
Beleura Concert enjoyed by all
Around 50 persons attended the concert at Beleura. Mornington student Tess Newman-O’Brien opened with two enjoyable contrasting pieces. This was followed by a resounding performance of several beautiful classics on two pianos by Laurence Matheson and Stuart Kelly. We were so privileged to experience this music in such a delightful setting.
Greg Ross from ARH was M.C in his usual professional manner and promoted both Rotary Health and Mornington Rotary. All in all a concert thoroughly enjoyed by those in attendance.  .
Nearby Make Ups
Can be made at...
Monday: RC Mt Martha-Benito's  1196 Nepean Hwy Mt Eliza
Tuesday: RC Mt Eliza- Toorak College, Old Mornington Road Mt Eliza
Thursday: RC Dromana, Old Shire Offices Point Nepean Road Dromana
Meeting Responsibilities
Cash Desk and Welcome
Morell, Stephen
Jay, PJ
Rotary Grace & Toast
Paterson, Libby
Kilborn, Ross
Club Information
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We meet Wednesdays at 6:15 PM
Tanti Ave
Mornington, VIC  3931
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John A. Renowden
September 19