Sunday, August 29, 2010


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AUGUST is
MEMBERSHIP and RETENTION Month

Tips for member retention
By Arnold R. Grahl Rotary International News -- 26 August 2010


Traveling together to club projects and creating a variety show as a fundraiser
were just a couple of the ideas Rotarians offered during a packed workshop on member retention at the 2010 RI Convention in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
Mike McGovern, 2009-10 Membership Development and Retention Committee chair
and past RI vice president, said the workshop he moderated, "Closing the Back Door," generated fantastic audience participation and produced many valuable ideas for retaining members.
"It moved so quickly, and so many people were able to share their comments,
that it was like a prototype of how Rotary functions ought to be," McGovern said. "It was one of those workshops where more seats were filled at the end than at the beginning."
Three panelists –
Ron Beaubien, a past RI director and past RI membership committee chair, and Hendreen "Dean" Rohrs and Pete Snider, 2009-10 regional Rotary International membership coordinators -- each briefly shared some opening remarks about member retention. Participants were then asked to turn to a neighbor and discuss strategies that had worked in their clubs. Finally, audience members were invited to step up to one of three microphones and share with the entire group.
"We asked them to be brief and to just give their name and club name, no titles,"
McGovern noted. "It worked out well and emphasized that clubs are where it's at. It tied into Rotary making clubs bigger, better, and bolder."
Workshop attendees scrambled to write down all the ideas for increasing member retention.

A sampling includes:
Make Rotary fun.
Travel together to club meetings and projects – or take a club trip together.
Form a hiking fellowship to get active outside of weekly meetings.
Go out to Sunday brunch with a group of members.
Find out what gets a member excited about Rotary.
Do a hands-on project instead of the regular meeting once a month.
Identify a signature project -- one the club is known for throughout the community.
Create a mentor committee, and offer three-year mentoring to new members.
Develop a buddy system, pairing up a new member with an existing member.
Designate someone to round up members who haven't participated in a while and drive them to the club's meetings or events.
Plan outings to involve new Rotarians and their families.
Invite families to club meetings.
Promote the practice of younger members introducing other younger members.
Organize a New Generations club to target younger professionals.


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Mauricio Longhini Barbeiro is a Rotarian, International Volunteer (Rotary Volunteers),
Past GSE Team Leader (in South Carolina, USA) and CADRE Advisor.
He gives free lectures around the world about general vision
of the new economy, educational programs and politics of Brazil.
He have been spreading the concept of social service in countries
like Turkey, Mexico, Canada, USA, Germany, France and Brazil.
This video shows how important is Rotary for peace keeping

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taken from the Rotary Club of Booragoon newsletter
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Luis Giay
World President 1996/1997

Luis Giay, Rotary Foundation Trustees Chairman in 2007
wrote as someone once said:
"What we do for ourselves dies with us, what we do for others
and the world remains and is immortal."
In the late 1990s the Rotary Club of Boulder sent Naomi Sprigg to Brazil
as an exchange student
and on the 17th of August Western Australia Health Minister Kim Hames
has announced Naomi Sprigg dos Santos
as the first recipient of his International Outreach Fellowship.
Ms Sprigg dos Santos is a community nurse in Leonora
and has developed a project aimed at identifying and treating the post-natal depression.
Dr Hames says it is hoped her project will help people in Brazil,
as well as leading to new strategies to treat post-natal depression
being brought back to Australia.

thanks President Frank Andinach Rotary Club of Boulder


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NEW MEMBER

Rotary Club of Harvey
New Member Rick Simpson and his wife Gail
with President Des Rose [left] and PDG David Nabbs


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Yes, it’s on again!
On Wed 13th Oct you can see talented 16-19yr-old people
perform at the Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd Subiaco.
Tickets are available from BOCS on 94841133 at $15pp;
$10 conc. or $40 family.
THE NATIONAL FINAL of these exceptional per-formances
will be held on Thurs. 2nd Dec in the Oc-tagon Theatre UWA.
Tickets again at BOCS for $30pp; $20 conc; $70 family



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Contact PDG David Horsley
9574 0412
Cricketing Rotarians


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ShelterBox - What's In A Box?
- August 2010
What's In A ShelterBox?
Only new equipment is used and is carefully selected for durability,
practicality and suitability for where it is needed.
Tough, lightweight and waterproof, the box itself can also have many useful functions
from food container to cot.
We also continually work with a range of manufacturers to improve the quality
and extend the range of equipment that we have available.
A range of equipment is kept in stock.
This lets us adjust the contents of the box according to local conditions
and what is most urgently needed.
Sometimes particularly if other resources are available locally
and the overwhelming need is for shelter
we will just send tents and pack two in each box.
Each box costs an average of £490 including all materials,
packing, storage and distribution to individual recipients worldwide.
Based on six months use only this equates to 27 pence per person per day.

for more information visit the Shelterbox Australia link in the Rotary Links



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Rotary Club of Swan Valley




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Rotary Clubs of
Bunbury
Bunbury Central
Bunbury Leschenault


August 18 to 30, 2010
2010 ROTARY AUCTION UPDATE

Auction off and running!
The 2010 Rotary Auction website is open for business!
The website – www.rotaryauction.com.au
kicked off last week and all items were published in last week’s Bunbury Mail.

With dozens of items up for grabs, there’s some great bargains.
Take a look at the DBC side of beef, the Tradelink toilet suite
Looking for a makeover? Have a bid on the $50 voucher from Guys and Dolls Hairhouse.
Or can’t get rid of those unwanted pests?
Maybe a pest inspection by Aussie Pest Inspections is what you need.

There’s plenty to bid on, but time is running out –
the Auction closes in 6 days.
So have a look today!
And please help Rotary out by forwarding this email to your friends and colleagues.

Black Tie event a stunning affair
With all 240 seats sold out well in advance,
the ‘Black Tie – Black Truffle’ Rotary Ball on Saturday August 14
at the Quality Hotel Lord Forrest was a glittering and memorable affair.
The who’s who of Bunbury danced the night away to the sounds
of Little Sister and Steve Johnson & the Flirtettes,
and 4 regional executive chefs whipped up a storm in the Lord Forrest kitchens.
The menus by Jim Mailes (Lamonts Margaret River),
Russel Blaikie (Must Margaret River),
Ian Frost (the Lord Forrest) and John Dudley (the Singing Chef) were simply stunning.

More importantly Auctioneer Cecily Robertson ensured those in attendance
put their hands in their pockets for three very good causes –
beneficiaries Men’s Sheds, Milligan and Youth Care.
Items sold under Cecily’s fast and furious hammer included
a week’s accommodation in the glamorous Les Grand Moulins France,
a limo ride home, a Trek bicycle, 2 full pages in the Bunbury Mail and a helicopter ride.
While still waiting on final figures,
it is estimated more than $20,000 was raised from the evening.

Help needed
Can you lend a hand with the Auction?
Help is needed:
Admin: Assisting with payment collection after the auction closes.
Geoff Webb – financeweb@smartchat.net.au

About the Bunbury Rotary Auction
The Australind Pre-Mix Rotary Auction has raised nearly $430,000
for the community in the last 19 years and is one of Bunbury’s
biggest annual fund-raising events.
Beneficiaries have included the In Town Centre,
the Val Lishman Health Research Foundation and Children’s Leukaemia Research Fund.
This year’s beneficiaries will include Bunbury Youth Care,
Milligan House and Men’s Shed Projects.


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Fellow Rotarians,
The Attadale Club has elected to support the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of Western Australia (MSWA) as its major project this year through the sponsorship of a 12 hour
“Swim for MS” event which will be held at the Melville Aquatic Centre
in Booragoon on Sunday 19th September from 8am to 8pm.
The event details can be viewed on the website http://www.swimforms.org.au/index.php
Those who don’t know much about MS can find out from the above website
about this terrible disease and its effects on young people particularly.
The Rotary Club of Attadale is seeking your club’s support for MS sufferers
throughout Western Australia through our project in one of three ways.

Firstly and most importantly, you can identify someone in your club
or associated with a member (s) of your club who would be willing
and able to register a team for the event.
They would then find up to 12 other people who would form a team
under that person’s captaincy.
All would register on line and then add photos, messages etc to encourage
other people to support them in the event.
There is a registration fee of $30 per registrant which goes to MS but in return,
each swimmer receives food and drinks after their swim
and a participant’s pack which includes an event ‘t’ shirt, a swimming cap
and a number of other benefit items.
The communication possibilities are numerous and are explained on the website.
Your club and its members can support the team by donating on line.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible
and the donor will be automatically issued with an emailed receipt by MSWA.
It is a particularly easy and user-friendly system.
You can even provide your team member with a message of support
and your donation will be displayed if you are happy to be acknowledged publicly.
All contributions, no matter how small or large, will assist greatly.
Some donation options are shown on the website
but there are facilities to donate any amount.

Secondly, if you cannot form a team you can help by going on line
and donating to a person or a team which is registered.
The Rotary Club of Attadale’s “Yvonne’s Angels” would love to have your support.
Both your club and individual members can donate in this way.

Finally, you can share details of this event (via the link above)
with people in your personal communities
(sporting clubs, churches, social groups, work environments, family and friends).
The RCA looks forward to your support.

Regards
Rod Rate
PRESIDENT 2010-2011.................ROTARY CLUB of ATTADALE
10/12 Doepel St
North Fremantle
WA 6159
rrate@tpg.com.au
0894304848.....................0411097333


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Rotary Club of Swan Valley

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Rotary Club of Manjimup
PO Box 338, Manjimup, WA, 6258
President: Phil Gravett m 0427 472 421 fierykay@wn.com.au
Secretary: Don Faulks h 9771 1446 don@wn.com.au

Re: Books to Papua and New Guinea
Clubs in our former district 9460 sent six shipping containers full of books
to Africa in recent years – a fantastic international project.
Rotarians in Manjimup are now supporting a similar project
to a village in Papua and New Guinea
and will appreciate whatever help you can give.
Our project is in partnership with local Adventists and will run for three months.
The container has been acquired and is located in Perth
and we are asking interested Rotarians to assist in three ways:
To provide surplus books that are in good condition.
Books should suit children and suit adult reading (semi literate but keen to learn);
technical books have very limited application;
To sound out local primary school principals about surplus books;
To provide a Club contact to coordinate member’s efforts;
Delivery of books to the “sorting and packing” venue will be appreciated
but arrangements to pick-up can also be made.
Contacts and addresses will be supplied by me to your Club coordinator
if your Club is willing to help.
My contact details for reply and ongoing liaison are:
Alan Lush
bernal8@bigpond.com (preferred)
h 9771 1733
A shipping container will take 1000 cartons of books
(equiv. to wine carton in size); a lot of books.
The certified container has been purchased outright
and will also be donated to the village for other storage purposes.
Freight costs are substantial and local members and busily making
and selling apple juice to fund the project.
Our challenge is to meet the project’s “sunset clause” of three months
to ensure it does not drag on.
Thank you for considering this project.
Alan Lush
Books to PNG Project
18 August 2010
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Rotary Club of Corrigin

Hello everyone

The Rotary Club of Corrigin is putting together a recipe book of our favourite recipes
and we would like to include yours and the ones from your Club members!!
Each recipe will be 'named' with the person's name
and the Rotary Club to which they belong,
together with the Club's best telephone contact number for enquiries.
The books will be bound and then made available for sale.
What a terrific way of advertising your Club
AND all you have to do is provide the recipes!!
How simple is that?

If you would like to be included, please email your recipes to me -
complete with a photograph of what it SHOULD look like!
Please feel free to pass this on to as many Rotarians as possible
as it would be wonderful to have a whole range of different Club inclusions.
Warm regards and happy cooking
Jackie Bowles
55 Walton St
Corrigin WA 6375
Ph: 9063 2121
Mob: 0427 944456
jac.bowles@gmail.com

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Rotary Club of Boulder


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Rotary Club of Geraldton

On August 14th club members and friends worked on the new playgrond






Guest Speaker at a recent meeting
was Andrew Clothers of Mint Constructions
Pictured here with President Di Gilleland


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Rotary Club of Belmont


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Rotary Club of Harvey

Mark and Stephanie Emmett


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Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay



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Rotary Club of Manjimup
A night of revelry and great food was had at the Wine & Truffle Company
welcoming Julianne Springer – our German Exchange Student.

Guest Speaker Jean Walker with Rotarian Jackie Edwards

Don and Glenda Faulks



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The Interact Club of Kent Street High School
[sponsored by the Rotary Club of Victoria Park]
will hold a Sausage Sizzle at the Kent Street Senior High Schools
70th Birthday on Saturday October 30th


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Jason Chang, Maureen & Ron O'Neill, Esther Guerisse
and Emily-Jayne Warr(Outbound
student to Germany for 2011)



Jason Chang, Emily-Jayne Warr , Caroline Warr, Jacinta Williamson,
AnthonyBowen, Esther Guerisse, Monica Bowen
and Therese Bowen marshmallow toasting.
from the Rotary Club of Geraldton newsletter


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Host Parents Ann and Shane Porter with Julianne Springer
from the Rotary Club of Manjimup newsletter
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CLUB SNIPPETS

Rotary Club of Narrogin
On September 18 the Rotary Club of Narrogin
in conjunction with the Narrogin Golf Club
holds its Charity Open Mixed Ambrose
with teams of 4,which is one of its major Fundraising events
Hit off is between 11:30 and 13:00,
sausage sizzle and afternoon tea are included in the cost of $ 15.
Visitors are welcome.
ContactThomas Popp
Secretary RC Narrogin 9884 5240
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Rotary Club of Bunbury
Ross Smith from the Rotary Club of Plymouth NZ
presented President John with a banner from his Club
and was presented with our banner to take back with him to his Club.
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Rotary Club of Batavia Coast
The Rotary Club of Batavia Coast 100 Club
Its all systems go for joint Batavia and Geraldton Rotary Clubs
fund raising venture in the form of a 100 Club(sell 150 tickets for $100 each).
Tickets will be distributed as soon as the raffle licence is obtained
.The prize is a return trip for two to Sydney with accommodationto
see the arena enactment of Ben Hur with chariot races etc
a show not to be missed.
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Rotary Clubs of Bridgetown and Manjimup
hoping to hold an "Up Close and Clasical" concert on Friday October 15th
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Rotary Club of Pinjarra
is planning a Vocational trip to Parliament House
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Rotary Club of Belmont
set to make a substantial donation to the Pakistan Flood relief via Shelterbox
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Rotary Club of Ascot
Australian Golfing Fellowship of Golfing Rotarians
32nd annual Tournamentat the Western Australian Golf Club
October 3rd -8th
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Rotary Club of Geraldton
Radio Auction..October 31st
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Rotary Club of West Perth
is involved with RPH in recycling medical equipment
and has sent containers off to Bangalore India
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Rotary Club of Bentley Curtin
in conjunction with the Town of Victoria Park
will have a Chocolate Wheel at the Street Parade on November 28th

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Rotary Club of Harvey
Carols by Candlelight on December12th
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Rotary Model United Nations Assembly
Thursday November 11th
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Rotary Club of Southern Districts
Bali Water tanks to continue from previous involvement with Thornlie, Armadale Neerigen Brook and Mandurah clubs.
.The old Maddington club’s involvement with Cleft Palates
$1500 put aside for shelter boxes
and there will be follow up on the new Aquaboxes.
Zambia items of clothing are sent across every three months
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ROTARY CLUB BIRTHDAYS
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August 30th
Rotary Club of Northam [1946]
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September 12th
Rotary Club of Joondalup
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September 14th
Rotary Club of Narrogin [1948]
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September 25th
Rotary Club of Cannington [1965]
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September 26th
Rotary Club of Fremantle [1928]
Rotary Club of Katanning [1957]
Rotary Club of Moora [1957]
Rotary Club of Kununurra [1986]

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BI-DISTRICTS CALENDAR
September 18th........Saturday.........Rotary Club of Narrogin Golf Classic
October 3rd-8th............Rotary Club of Ascot Golfing Rotarians Tournament
October 24th-29th..............International Fellowship of Cricketing RotariansFestival@ Lillac Hill
October 31st..............Sunday..............Rotary Club of Mosman Park John Hughes "Big Walk"
October 31st........Sunday................Rotary Club of Matilda Bay Subiaco Craft and Community Fair
October 31st.............Sunday.............Rotary Club of Geraldton Radio Auction
October 30th ..... Saturday ........Kent Street Interactors Sausage Sizzle
November 11th.........Thursday............Rotary Club of Harvey [MUNA]
November 29th...........Monday.......Annual Dr Ken Collins address @ Gloucester Park
December 3rd -5th.....................Rotary Institute [Perth]
December 12th......Sunday....Rotary Club of Harvey Carols by Candlelight
2011
January 31st - February 6th ......D9465 RYLA Seminar


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Disclaimer
All items appearing in Rotary out West are considered to be in the public domain.
Should you own copyright to any of these items or require recognition,
or have your copyright item removed please contact
Phil at
philco@iinet.net.au



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Quote of the week




SMILE!!!!




stolen from the Rotary Club of Bunbury newsletter


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A Touching Story

As a bagpiper, I play many gigs.
Recently I was asked by a funeral director to play
at a graveside service for a homeless man.
He had no family or friends, so the service was to be at a pauper's cemetery.
As I was not familiar with the area,
I got lost and, being a typical man, I didn't stop for directions.
I finally arrived an hour late and saw the funeral guy had evidently gone
and the hearse was nowhere in sight.
There were only the diggers and crew left and they were eating lunch.
I felt badly and apologized to the men for being late.
I went to the side of the grave and looked down
and the vault lid was already in place.
I didn't know what else to do, so I started to play.
The workers put down their lunches and began to gather around.
I played out my heart and soul for this man with no family and friends.
I played like I've never played before for this homeless man.
And as I played 'Amazing Grace,' the workers began to weep.
They wept, I wept, we all wept together.
When I finished I packed up my bagpipes and started for my car.
Though my head hung low, my heart was full.
As I opened the door to my car, I heard one of the workers say,
"I never seen nothin' like that before
and I've been putting in septic tanks for twenty years."

Apparently I'm still lost....


stolen from the Rotary Club of Boulder newsletter








































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