Bulletins

The club publishes a bulletin after most meetings. The last 12 are shown here in a list, but you can see older ones by month from the selector below that.

  • MEETING 1135: CROATIAN EARTHQUAKE
    Our speaker today is passionate about the Land of his Fathers and more so since the tragic earthquake centred on the town of Petrinja, about 50 kms from the Capital, Zagreb. Croatia is around 80% the size of Tasmania with a population of 4 million, with an economy of double that of Tasmania. This means …
  • MEETING 1134: GUMS LANDCARE
    Our guest speaker at breakfast was Gerry Butler, the founded and current leader of The Gums Landcare Group which has done a huge amount of work on the northern side of The Gums in Tranmere, particularly improving the Third Creek environs. He’s also been heavily involved in Clean Campbelltown initiative and the new Campbelltown Community …
  • CHRISTMAS BULLETIN 2020
    It has been a huge year and after our highly successful Christmas Mega Market on December 12th & 13th it seemed right to close off with a special Bulletin. 1133A Special Bulletin
  • MEETING 1133: HAWKER HAY RUN
    Pauline, with the help of Colin, Ian, Robyn and Graham presented on the time they had at Hawker with other Rotary Clubs and the “Hay Run”. It was more than a Hay Run it was a Rural Show with fun rides and free gifts for every attendee. Gifts ranged from free haircuts to white goods. …
  • MEETING 1132: SERVICE ABOVE SELF
    Late October I had the pleasure of attending the NMHS Senior Campus Graduation Ceremony at the Convention Centre and personally congratulating the school’s nominated beneficiary for our Service Above Award. Our club’s award was in addition to numerous academic awards for William’s Year 12 achievements. 1132 Bulletin
  • MEETING 1131: FOOD AND HEALTH
    Earlier this year I had cause to pay Linda Lowen’s Highbury clinic a visit because of a persistent cough which turned out to be linked to a post-nasal drip. Linda, a doctor of Naturopathy, sent off my hair for analysis and then recommended an initial radical change in diet, 4 weeks later I could ease …
  • MEETING 1130: MAGILL VILLAGE
    City of Campbelltown’s Wade Della Torre, Manager Assets and Engineering and Kevin Lowe, Executive Manager Economic Development and Innovation spoke to the club on the progress of the Magill Village. This exciting regeneration of this shopping and business precinct radiates out from the corner of St Bernards and Magill Roads and includes the participation of …
  • MEETING 1129: A TRAGIC LIFE
    Foundation member, Pauline Hill, told us about the tragic life of Elizabeth Woolcock, the first and only woman to be executed in South Australia. Elizabeth was hung in the Adelaide Gaol 147 years ago, but her life leading up to that was so sad. Born in Burra, the family lost all of their possessions when …
  • MEETING 1128: BERNARD’S STORY
    Our octogenarian and honorary member, Bernard crammed a lifetime into 25 minutes with his address to the club. Born on the legendary North West Frontier (I saw the exciting movie with the same name as a kid, starring Kenneth More and Lauren Bacall), enjoyed an idyllic life as boy, especially with his favourite pastime was …
  • MEETING 1127: A VISIT FROM DG DAVID
    David kicked off with a little bit of personal history with his link to Rotary via Rotaract and his progression through the various levels of youth programs and senior Rotary roles. Some of those ancient snaps made me think of myself in the olden days when I carried less weight and had more hair. With …
  • MEETING 1126: LOTS OF THINGS!
    We have now completed our winter BBQ duties for the Heccies Junior Football Program, which turned out to be a successful club fund raiser. One of the immediate beneficiaries from our efforts was RAWCS Support the people of Beirut through the Rotary Beirut Explosion Disaster Fund. Our Club was able to donate $2,000 to the …
  • MEETING 1125: QUIZZES AND DINNERS
    The City of Campbelltown has come through once again with it’s annual Service Club Dinner Tuesday evening. It’s always good to catch up with people from other service clubs in our area, many of whom I now socially. The Guest Speaker Louise Miller Frost, CEO of St Vincent de Paul, gave us an idea on …