Ok...it is all about being on the trail this week! We started off the week with chasing the tail of Rotaract Club of Tamar Valley (RCTV) at our Laser Tag Challenge...and yes....we are now behind by two in the challenge https://www.facebook.com/RotaractClubofTamarValley. Our strategy did not work, so this means we have twelve months to develop another one...perhaps we should just emulate RCTV members!! Great fun was had by all....well done RCTV!
Members from our club have been on the trail of the white rabbit at the Junction Festival. Many have enjoyed going to events, so well done to all the organisers.
This week, to continue on the trail theme...we are visited by PAG Robin Thompson from RC Scottsdale to talk to us about the North-East Rail Trail. The first stage of the trail was developed by RC Scottsdale but is now developing to broaden out to have potential for an iconic rail trail for cycling. Find out what is is all about this week!
It will be a full meeting as Warwick Cuthbertson will also be talking about his club project proposal regarding White Ribbon.
We also have our planning for our Bunnings BBQ well underway (thanks Toni) and the roster is almost full. If you can assist in the last shift (2:15-4:30pm) on 27 September 2014 please let Toni know.
We will also discuss availability for New Year's on Royal roster...an email was sent out late last week.
The Rotary Tasmania Convention 20-22 March 2015 has a promotion video. To findout more about the One Care "No Limits" convention, Click here: http://vimeo.com/104985766
The latest DG's newsletter is here: http://www.rotary9830.org.au/CurrentDGNewsletter.pdf
There is quite a demand for Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) project support and volunteers. These projects include supporting efforts regarding Ebola, hands on work in Kenya and also Nepal. Click here and follow to the article information: http://www.rotary9830.org.au/
Have a great week. Cheers
The Club has been invited to attend the Rotaract Club Changeover Celebration on 29 June 2012. MC and Entertainment for the event is local comedian Stew Bell. Details are available on the Club's blog
Don't forget the Info Night (complete with a free sausage sizzle, wine and beer) hosted by the Rotaract Club of Tamar Valley is on Wednesday 14 March at Launceston Aquatic between 6 and 8pm. It'll be an opportunity to get to know the club members and find out what projects and activities the group is supporting and involved in. There will be a free sausage sizzle aswell as wine and beer. Check out the Rotaract Club of Tamar Valley for more information
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend and support our Rotaract Club!
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