Its casual in the cafe this week. Why not join us at 7am this Wednesday for a Coffee at Launceston Aquatic. It is guaranteed to be fun and informative!
Join us in the Training room this week to hear Kurtis Alexander who is a Rotary Youth Leadership Awards participant. RYLA is Rotary's leadership training program for ages 14-30. Guaranteed to be great - go Kurtis!
Our member minute will be from Janice Devine.
We have a busy week for the club. Members will be attending the District Forum on Wednesday 18th July at the Grand Chancellor from 6pm. Some of us will also be going to the Earls Art Centre on Friday night to see Fawlty Towers...can't wait for the "Basil!"...and "my little piranha fish" to make their appearance (and that is not at dinner before hand!).
Remember, don't be a frozen chicken this week, defrost in the LAC Training Room with RC Tamar Sunrise from 7am!
Join us in the Training room this week to hear from Arthur Talbot who will talk to us about the Residential Services for the Intellectually Disabled. We will also have our 'Member Minute' from PP Marcus Courtney.
Caro Brown has also alerted us to the fact that she is riding with her husband Chris 1,340km along the Danube in August 2012. As part of this, for each kilometre they cycle, they are seeking donations to support the Rotary Club of Tamar Sunrise $20 Meal Club project.
Share the link around your family and friends, and encourage them to share their journey (and also support the Club's fantastic $20 Meal Club Project). Click on the link below:
DONT FORGET: The District Group 5 and 6 Forum is on the 18th July 2012 at the Grand Chancellor from 6pm. It is a great opportunity to hear what other clubs in our region are doing. Please let Lou Mason or Toni Wagner know if you are going.
PS: Social Evening 20th July 2012 Fawlty Towers at Earl Art Centre. See Alex for details!
Remember, its warm inside...don't be a frozen chicken...defrost at Tamar Sunrise from 7am this Wednesday!
Welcome to our new club President for 2012-2013 Lou Mason and her new board.
The club enjoyed our changeover function at Lou's home. It was great to see members, family and friends there including ADG Chris Williams and his wife Karen. Congratulations were extended to Marcus Courtney for his year as President as well as reflection and thanks for each board member for their contribution.
The club also recognised members Caroline Brown (Past President [2005-06]) and Judy McLean (OAM) as our two new Paul Harris Fellows.
Lou's first meeting as President will be this week at Launceston Aquatic in the meeting room.
There will be a change to this Wednesday's Guest Speaker. This week's Guest Speaker will be Darren Alexander speaking about 5 Days of Innovation.
Following the success of the inaugural 5 Days of Innovation in 2010, the festival is back this month bigger and better.
Celebrating innovation in all its forms across Northern Tasmania, events will showcase innovative practices in business, art, food, technology and primary industry.
The festival’s aim is to promote innovation and to encourage the spread and adoption of innovative ideas within the Tasmanian business community. The festival focuses on the way innovation can act as a stimulus in times of economic uncertainty by unlocking new income sources and making business practices more efficient.
Check out: www.5daysofinnovation.com.au
Know anything about Bhutan? Join us for breakfast in the studio at Launceston Aquatic this Wednesday and find out more. Our guest speaker, Mr. Narad Koirala, will share stories of his homeland, his journey to Tasmania and his life in Launceston.
Chair: Melissa Carlton
Sergeant: Rod Spinks
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.
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
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