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 1111: FROM MAGILL TO GULGONG
    This week we had another full house of heads on our Zoom meeting board with a guest in Benny Bosman, President of the Campbelltown Rotary Club. Our guest speaker was supposed to be from Lifeline this week, but Pauline threw them a ‘namesake’ as they were unavailable so Pauline gave us a Caravan Tourist’s Guide/History … Read more
  • MEETING 1110: READING THE SIGNS
    Our guest speakers this week were from Able Australia, an organization we have recently joined with to support some individuals go to a DeafBlind camp in the not too distant future (hopefully). So, this was the topic of their presentation and wasn’t it amazing to see them present with the help of technology. 1110 Bulletin
  • MEETING 1109: AROUND THE MEMBERS
    We had a full house of heads on our Zoom Meeting board this week and it was great to see Graham and Robyn and also Bernard for the first time. As we didn’t have a guest speaker lined up, I thought I would go around the board to see what people are doing in isolation. … Read more
  • MEETING 1108: A NEW ERA
    We held our first Zoom online video meeting on Tuesday with close to a full house and some very special guests in Julie-Anne Bennett from Love Campbelltown, District 9510 DGE David Jones and District 9520 Group 7 AG Brian Kretschmer. As I said on the night it was amazing that we could use technology in … Read more
  • MEETING 1107: IN THE WARS
    Club Member, Mark Thompson, Vietnam Veteran and Bulletin Editor was our speaker at last Tuesday’s Meeting. Mark’s topic was scheduled for February to mark the anniversary of the bombing of Darwin in 1942 and was to include other Australian towns/ports that were attacked in WWII. For various reasons Mark presentation was bumped to St Patrick’s … Read more
  • MEETING 1106: BEHIND THE FIRE FRONT
    Our primary speaker was Robin Holmes, by day a Chartered Accountant but by night and on the weekends for the last 43 years he has kept busy as a volunteer CFS firefighter with the Burnside team. He eloquently told us more about the Cudlee Creek and Kangaroo Island bushfires. Suffice to say by the time … Read more
  • MEETING 1105: HEALTHY WITH EHA
    Tuesday morning we had a visit from Eastern Health….now before you ask what were we busted for it was only to give us a chat about food safety and how we can be more safety conscious at our Market and other events. Alysha and Tina took over the head table and imparted their knowledge and … Read more
  • MEETING 1104: MOULIN ROUGE
    In Lieu of the Campbelltown Memorial Oval, which was in use for the Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup training, we gathered for an informal breakfast meeting at the Red Mill, 25 Hectorville Road, Hectorville. Breakfast at the Red Mill usually kicks off at 7:30 AM, but they made an exception for the Rotary Club of … Read more
  • MEETING 1103: ALL ABOUT VINNIES
    You may recall that we donated $1500 towards Vinnies Bushfire Appeal. In response Jayne Short from St Vincent de Paul paid visit us on Tuesday to tell us a little more on what they do. Jayne says that most of Vinnies Fund Raising is via the Vinnies Shops, so keep donating and keep buying. Truly … Read more
  • MEETING 1102: ROTARY FOUNDATION
    Our Guest speaker this week was Mark Anderson from The Rotary Foundation in Parramatta. He was in town for a few days and was talking to a few clubs on…you guessed it…The Rotary Foundation. Now if you have ever been on a Rotary Board you would have had the Foundation rant from DG’s of yesteryear … Read more
  • MEETING 1101: DAILY MOVES
    Bulletin Editor Mark Thompson subbed in for President Greg at our last meeting, when Mark had the pleasure of introducing our Guest Speaker Allysa Hill, who told us about a new program for aging Aussies, entitled ‘Daily Moves’. This program is part of ‘Move it Aus – Better Aging’ The objective of the program is … Read more
  • MEETING 1100: NEW VENUE
    We went from having Plenty of Time for moving some time in February to almost NO Time to get our things out of Heccies to the Campbelltown Memorial Oval (CMO) and be ready for our first meeting of the year on Tuesday. Maybe it made sense in a way that our milestone 1100thmeeting would be … Read more