We are back at Launceston Aquatic this week! We are meeting in the cafe for a Casual / Fellowship meeting. Kathy is the Chair and Danny is the Sergeant. See you there bright and early!
The club program for May and June is now on the website:
We have a great program lined up with some excellent speakers and events including Agfest, Bunnings BBQ, Cocktail Party and the Million Paws Walk.
The Drysdale Student Bar is open on Thursday nights to the public. Though this might not feel the same as Friday knock off drinks, I think it will be nice to catch up for a cocktail (or mocktail) and get the weekend started early. Only kidding! Ok, I'm thinking the 17th of May, which is 2 weeks away, so anyone who is around and keen to come along, let's make use of the new facilities, (it looks pretty good) and think of the most complicated cocktail to test the trainee bar people! Also, as mentioned previously, The Million Paws Walk is on the 20th of May. That gives us 2 days to recover from Thursday night ;) The walk will take place at the Old Bike Track at Inveresk near Aurora Stadium at 11am, or arrive early for Doggie Fashions on the Field! (10am) You will need to register and cost is $8 or $12 on the day. Money raised goes to the RSPCA - Alex
This Wednesday is Anzac Day so there is no club meeting.
The next meeting is a fellowship meeting in Cube on the 2 May. Kathy is the Chair and Danny is the Sergeant.
The new program will be posted soon so keep checking the page on our website:http://www.tamarsunrise.com.au/current-program.html
Each year the Rotary Club of Tamar Sunrise provide volunteers to man the gates at the Agfest Field Days, Tasmania's premier event, organised and run by members of the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania Inc. Rural Youth is a not for profit community based organisation who enlists assistance from many community groups, giving them the opportunity to raise funds for their own projects. Agfest is held on the first Thursday, Friday and Saturday in May each year and we provide volunteers on the Saturday. If you have some time available please get in touch with Toni at firstname.lastname@example.org. Friends and colleagues are welcome to join us on the day to help out.
Plans are well underway for the fabulous Cocktail Fundraising Party on Friday 9 June 2012.
More details will be available soon.
A wonderful start to the day at Rotary Club of Tamar Sunrise with the informative Michael Bailey as Guest Speaker. Michael studied management/marketing at UTAS and is currently studying Masters of Business. His career in marketing included working with The Examiner Newspaper, WIN Television (youngest station manager ever, based in Queensland), marketing management with the Australian Maritime College and Country Club Tasmania with the Federal Group. Currently, as the Executive Officer of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce, he sits on:
Regional Economic Development Board (Ministerial appointment)
Business Sustainability Roundtable
UTAS Business Faculty Board
Launceston City Council Economic Development Board
Growing wealth generating business across our region.
Reducing red tape and government intervention relating to economic development.
Reducing government barriers to successful business.
He is passionate about Launceston and the region.
Family – wife and two children
Cycling – race road and track
Music – still plays in a band and does some solo work although at a much lower level than previously.
The Launceston Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1849 and is the oldest Chamber in Australia.
The Launceston Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting a dynamic business community to achieve sustainable economic prosperity for Launceston and the region.
In pursuit of this vision The Launceston Chamber of Commerce
Acts as independent voice for business
Fosters innovation and promote growth
Is pro-active and professional
Values its Members and responds to their needs
Work collaboratively with partners
Provides strong leadership and independent thinking
Provides lobbying, business support, networking and information for Members
Focus on growth opportunities across industries
Enhance strategic alliances and partnerships
Foster industry and business innovation
Improved planning and land use outcomes
Improve regional infrastructure
Collect and disseminate information on matters of importance to businesses in the region
Create an effective networking and referral service for Members
Launceston Aquatic is currently undergoing scheduled maintenance and is closed so we will be meeting at the Salvation Army Cafe in Elizabeth St this week (between Margaret and Bathurst St). Our Guest Speaker is Michael Bailey, CEO of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce.
The Café will have two options for breakfast:
Hot Breakfast $10.00
Eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato, mushroom and toast OR
Continental Breakfast $5.00
Choice of cereal, yoghurt, stewed fruit and toastDrinks, egg and bacon rolls and some fruit options will also be available.
This week we are meeting in the studio. Our Guest Speaker is Shayne Steveson, Tasmanian Operations Manager for the Hawthorn Football Club.
Corporal / Chair: Peta,
Next week (11 April) Susan Dolbey is our guest speaker: "eveything you wanted to know about Picasa but were afraid to ask!)
If you'd like to see what else is coming up please check out our program on the web page: http://www.tamarsunrise.com.au/current-program.html
Rotary Club of Tamar Sunrise