Bulletin September 8, 2008
Vol26 No. 08 Newsletter Date: 08 September 2008
Monday 15 September 2008
6.30 pm for 7.00 pm
Chair – President Carole Maxwell
September Setting Up - Bob Rodgers. Sonya Rosbotham and John Sharp.
September Hosts - Tom Slater, Russell Smailes and Geoff Spickett
Official Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Attadale West Australia
PO Box 110 Melville WA 6156
APOLOGIES to Peter Knox Tel: 9330 2559
By 10am Mondays
Jenny Calcei 07th September
Adrienne Cotterell 13th September
Pat Leaver 15th September
Bob Rodgers 09/09/91
Anne and George Lewkowski 08th September
Door Prize Tom Slater
Recent Attendances 72.2% and 61.1%
· Wednesday 10th September – Progressive Dinner 6.00pm for 6.30pm at parking area behind 777 at Riseley Street
· Wednesday 10th September- Community Mental Health Forum - Melville Civic Centre Main hall 7.00pm to 9.00pm hosted by Rotary Club of Applecross – free admission and light supper provided - contact Ray on 9364 7141.
· Monday 15th September – Forum/ Committee meeting
· Tuesday 16th September – An Evening with Lijia Zhang at All Saints College, Ewing Avenue, Bull Creek 7.00pm promptly - “ Socialism is Great” – cost $ 15pp – contact 9313 9357.
· Saturday 20th September – Storm the Stage National Production at 8.00pm at Burswood Entertainment Complex – a national production for 16 – 18 year old drama and musical theatre students, an initiative of the Rotary Clubs of Cannington in association with the Rotary Clubs of West Perth, Melville and the Rotaract Club of South Perth. - . Tickets – adult $30, concession $20, family $ 80 (2 adults and 2 children under 16 years ) and group bookings with 10 adults or more at $25 each - contact Tanya on 9498 5880 or www.stormthestage.com.au
· Sunday 21st September - Men’s Health Promotion Forum – 9.00am to 4.30pm at the University Club of WA Hackett Drive, entrance 1, Crawley – presented by Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia - Cost $25 per person - contact 1800 2200 99 or 02 9438 7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org,au.
· Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th September - Sausage Sizzle
· Sunday 12th October - Car Trial/ Picnic
· Saturday 18th, Sunday 19th October – Sausage Sizzle
· Monday 20th October - Forum/ Committee meeting
· Tuesday 4th November – Melbourne Cup Luncheon
· Monday 10th November – Combined meeting Attadale Probus and Rotary
· Saturday 15th, Sunday 16th November- Sausage Sizzle
· Monday 17th November - Forum/ Committee meeting
· Wednesday 26th November – Prospective members Sundowner
· Monday 1st December – Rotary Family Entertainment Night
· Monday 22nd December - Xmas Party
· Saturday 27th Monday to Monday 29th December – Water Polo – Parking
· Friday 2nd January 2009 – Barbecue Night
· Sunday 8th February 2009 – Crabbing Day
· Sunday 22nd February – Bowls Night
· Tba – Picture Theatre Night
· Tba - Weekend Away - possibly in April 2009
Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants
Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants are awarded to fund large long-term international self-help and grassroots development projects that use an integrative approach to address humanitarian needs. An integrative approach incorporates multiple program components, including a combination of sustainable factors such as training, community participation, capital assets, and technical expertise from Rotarians and other sources.
Projects must be self-sustaining after the 3-H grant funds have been spent. All projects must involve Rotary clubs or districts in at least two countries, with a significant number of Rotarians actively participating in the project.
To be eligible for a 3-H grant, the primary host and international sponsor clubs or districts must have submitting their 3-H application. The sponsors must contribute at least 10 percent of the 3-H grant award amount. Grants range from US$100,000 to $300,000.successfully worked together as primary sponsors of a Matching Grant project within five years of
How to apply
Grant decisions are made each year according to the timeline below.
Community Open Day – Mt Pleasant Bowling Club 10am – 2pm 14th September
Bring family, friends and neighbours to have some free fun giving bowls a go!
· Friendly, welcoming club
· Discovery bowls, fun competitions and prizes
· Free sausage sizzle 12 noon – 1.30pm
· Great club and facilities
· Social and playing membership available
Adults and children most welcome. Enquiries Keith 9332 7063
Red Cross staff at last sausage sizzle . We managed to obtain some 94 pledges, all who pledged received a free sausage in a roll, Bunnings reimbursed us the $ 2.50 A great effort we shall repeat later in the year.
GOLDEN TEMPLE, KYOTO, JAPAN
Japan – No graffiti, no hoons, no louts, no vandalized public transport. And everything just seems to work. Polite, pleasant people and beautiful scenery. Wonderful.