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Helen  Morrison
President 2019-20

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WE GIVE THANKS
ADVANCE AUSTRALIA FAIR
Australians all let us rejoice,
For we are young and free,
We've golden soil and wealth for toil,
Our home is girt by sea,
Our land abounds in natures gifts,
Of beauty rich and rare,
In history's page, let every stage
Advance Australia Fair!
In joyful strains then let us sing,
"Advance Australia Fair!"
FOUR WAY TEST
1. 
Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
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Moe eBulletin Issue No. 8

Next Meeting:

Mon 26  Aug

Club Assembly

RBTB Lyn Cassar

Rotary Club of Moe will meet

at 6.00pm for 6.30pm

at The RSL, Albert Street, Moe

For Apologies and Guests, please advise:  Julian Yeatman

 on 5127 7056 or

e: jackandjo@netspace.net.au

by 9.30 am on the Monday of the meeting.

 
 
 
All projects, scholars, and vocational training teams funded by global grants work toward specific goals in one or more of the Foundation’s six areas of focus:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
 
Helen’s Herald 13
 
Stories
Moe Botanic Garden Update
WATCH THIS SPACE!!
Soon to be the home of a new Moe Botanic Play Space. 
After a lot of planning and perseverance, the Rotary Club of Moe, Latrobe Valley Authority and Latrobe City Council will soon be commencing work on a new play space at the Moe Botanic Gardens. Works will include installation of some exciting new play equipment, landscaping, linking path networks and all with a theme of the old goldfields railway history significant to our area.
 
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Moerotary.org
Webmasters Bryon Puddy and Maureen Bishop have revamped the Moerotary.org website in recent weeks, and is an ongoing masterpiece, with introductory messages from our Club President  and RI President, an up to date list of upcoming speakers and events diary, photos of our Bali project through the years, details to join in the District conference , Polio updates, and generally everything you ever wanted to know about Rotary International!
 
If you haven't visited the site for a while, be sure to look in on it. It is an eyeopener and is packed full of information and pictures
 
If there is an opening in the diary soon, Bryon and/or Maureen may wish to have a show and tell based on the website at a Monday night meeting
 
Bryon requested more details, which are missing from Club records, of Rotarian of the Year. If you have been the recipient of this prestigious award in recent years, can you please contact Bryon or Maureen, with the year it was presented to you. Another proud moment in Moe Club history which seems to have been missed.
David Hackford -Cafe Aura
Rotary Club of Traralgon Business Breakfast
Tues 27th August
 
7:30am Café Aura Seymour St
 
$20 for full cooked breakfast and coffee
 
Welcomes David Hackford Solicitor and “Friend of the Court House”
 
Come along to our Business Breakfast and hear from David, a local solicitor and member of “Friends of the Court House” a group who is passionate about restoring the heritage listed Traralgon Court House and keeping it in the hands of the community.
 
Hear about their hopes and plans for its restoration and the battles that they have already overcome.
 
CALL OR EMAIL Email Lorraine Paulet 0419547363 jlpaulet@gipps.net.au
1St Newborough Scout Group Trivia night
1st Newborough Scout Group
 
TRIVIA NIGHT
 
Moe Golf Club
26 Thompson Road, Newborough
 
14 September
 
Meet 7pm for 7.30pm start
$12 per ticket, 10 person per table
 
Contact Emma Parry 0438 072 470 to book your table
BYO Nibbles , drinks at bar prices
 
(Proudly supported by Rookies, Bar and Restaurant and Moe Golf Club)
Proverbs, idioms and origins

The goose that laid the golden egg

..to destroy something that makes you rich, successful, etc. through greed

From a fable by Aesop about a peasant farmer who had the good fortune to own a goose that laid golden eggs.

The peasant thought that if he killed the goose he could get all the eggs at once. However, by killing the goose, he lost his source of future wealth

Forthcoming Events
CLUB EVENTS:
 
Sept- Basic Education and Literacy month
23 Sep - (Club Assembly). Barry Dunstan (Behind the Badge)
(30Sep- Rescheduled to Tues Oct 1- Combined service club meeting, Moe Hotel)
7 Oct Committee Meetings
14 Oct Community Development Guest Speaker Arfa Sarfaraz (Trafalgar News Editor)
Plus RJCA Students from Elizabeth street PS.
21 Oct Racing in Moe and across Victoria Guest Speaker Lance Mc Millan
Plus RJCA Students from Albert Street PS
 
DISTRICT EVENTS
 
24 Sep RI President Mark Maloney, co-ordinated by District 9780, Ballarat
 
20-22nd March, 2020. District 9820 Rotary International Conference in Bendigo, early bird discount registrations now OPEN
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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Petrol station
I pulled up to the petrol station to get some fuel and munchies. As I walked up, I noticed two police officers, standing, quietly enjoying a coffee break, watching a fella smoking a cigarette while filling up, I saw him and thought "What stupidity..smoking and filling fuel, in sight of police officers"
 
I went in to pay for my fuel and munchies and as I was paying I heard the bloke scream out loud
I looked outside and his arm was on fire, running around swinging his arms around
 
I rushed outside to assist and I saw the officers had beaten me to him and had put him on the ground while putting out the fire with their coffees. But then they proceeded to handcuff him. I did think that he shouldn't have been smoking while pumping petrol, but being the nosey person that I am, asked the officers what he was being arrested for
 
The officers looked me in the eye and said .."for waving a firearm around"
Celebrations
SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS
Margaret Malloch 21st
 
SEPTEMBER  ANNIVERSARIES
None.
 
SEPTEMBER INDUCTIONS
None.
WEEKLY DUTY ROSTER
 
Date Chair Invocation Registration Assist. Reg.  Clean Up
23 September Helen Morrison Peter K Rhonda C Julian Y Maureen B
1 October Tuesday at Moe Hotel        
7 October   Bill C Julian Y Maureen B Len Cairns
14 October Di H Di W Maureen B Alan Sinnot John Hutchy
COMMITTEES V.1      
BOARD  
VOCAT. & YOUTH
COMMUNITY  INTERNATIONAL  CLUB ADMIN.
H Morrison (Pres.)
M Bishop L Cassar P Kingsbury D Harrison
P Kingsbury (IPP),
R Noakes Bill Connell R Crooks H Morrison (Pres)
D Harrison (Sec) A Bishop R Maxfield B Paull/ M Koch D Harrison (Sec and P.E./media release)
B. Puddy (Treas.)
B Eishold D. Wood
W.Farmer
B.Puddy (Treas)
L Cassar (C) D Harrison B.Dunstan J Hutchinson
W.Farmer (F'book/Social)
M Bishop (C) R Taylor A Sinnott D.Power M Bishop (website)
P Kinsgbury (C) J Yeatman L Cairns S Guo/ K Lucas J Yeatman(Att'dance)
A Bishop(M'ship) GOLF COMMITTEE H MacDonald K Manani R.Maxfield (Historian),
D Wilkinson (F'n Chr)) R Taylor  
SPECIAL PROJECTS
 R.Noakes (CPO), B Eishold (Serg)
 
M.Bishop
 
J.Hutchinson
R.Taylor (Programs)
 
J.Hutchinson
SERGEANT  D.Power
S Guo (Photographer)
MEMBERSHIP A.Bishop
R Noakes
D.Wilkinson L Cairns (Bulletin)
 A Bishop, B Dunstan P Kingsbury B Eishold B.Dunstan TEC'NOLGY/ WEB/BULLETIN
FOUNDATION
H Morrison
  D.Harrison W.Farmer
D Wilkinson, B.Puddy D Wilkinson   B.Paull M Bishop
  B Connell     L Cairns