|Bulletin No. RCAP...728|
Wednesday Apr 27, 2011
Our Club Website
Address is http://www.clubrunner.ca/albertpark
|Induction of New Member|
Wednesday 20th April
2011 new member Chris Catchlove being
inducted to the Rotary Club of Albert Park by President Mike
Weeks Speaker - Indigo Daya|
Indigo is a mental health trainer,
public speaker, activist, and the leader of a peer-led mental
health program for Prahran Mission. Her work involves
developing and implementing innovative new approaches to
recovery which place the lived experience of people with
mental illness at the forefront. She is a passionate
advocate for change, inclusion and human rights.
Indigo Daya - Project
During her twenties, Indigo had a thriving career in
the corporate world, including marketing, HR and project
management. However, at the age of 30 her career - and
life - fell apart. In 1999 Indigo had a mental health
breakdown, and spent 5 years as a revolving door mental health
patient. She was on high levels of medication, given
shock treatments against her will, became unemployed and lost
With the support of Prahran Mission, Indigo
found her path to recovery, and with it, a new passion for
bringing hope and genuinely effective and respectful recovery
work to the mental health
|Australian Brandenberg Orchestra|
by Kevin Mooney
elbourne Recital Centre
Sun 22 May at
Phone: 1300 782 856
Ask for: Marelle Irvine
for A reserve seating, which is a 15% discount,
plus a booking fee of $5.00.
As you are aware from the numerous
announcements at weekly meetings since February this year, the
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra (ABO) has again made an
excellent offer to us for a theatre group on 22 May.
You should be aware that
the offer from ABO is to provide us with category A seats
immediately adjacent to the best seats at Melbourne Recital
Centre. I have sat in these seats and can assure all
that they are excellent.
offer does however expire on 30 April. This date has
also been announced several occasions at our weekly meetings
For those wishing to
make a reservation I strongly suggest that you do so on or
before 30 April. Any reservation made after that date
will still have seats allocated in the prime area, but the ABO
cannot guarantee that they will be in the area and at the
price currently allocated to us.
As you would no doubt
appreciate the ABO cannot hold our seats for us for much
longer. It must release them to the general public and
its members to maximise its revenue and have a full
house. If it does not have bottoms on seats it can't pay
This does not mean that
our people cannot purchase after that date They are only
guaranteed the above seats up to that date. ABO may
however make every endeavour to place our members and
friends in the best possible seats in the category allocated
to us, for any bookings made after that date.
Please note the details
on the earlier email from Loretta for all reservations, which
must be made directly to ABO and paid for by credit card at
that time. No one in our club has authority from ABO to
make group booking, collect money and pass this on to
This is an excellent
offer. If you have not yet been to an ABO concert I can
assure you that you that it is a memorable event.
Meeting On Line Registration|
NEW - On Line registration
Weekly meetings /
Members are now requested
to register online for Club meetings and events.
This can be
done by either -
- Clicking on the individual event tab in the
- Responding to an Email Invitation with online
If you have any queries
please contact Yvonne Conn yconn@bigpond,com
0407 344 365 Attendence Weekly
Richard Goss email@example.com 0418 356
527 Club Events
0400 435 285 General Enquiries
Please Note that online
Registration will only occur where we have an team captain
from our club as chair for the event.
Last week we had
the pleasure of two of our club members speak at our
Harris and President Mike
Perry gave a most
interesting presentation on their lives going from childhood
to where they are today.
We would like to
thank both Helen and Mike for their contribution of this
speech and taking the time to share their lives with
Kyneton May 15, 2011
If you have
never been to a District
Assembly why not come along...most interesting
and will give you a wider picture about Rotary and what
we as a club can achieve.
- Our club will be driving up a bus so we all can
If you have any
queries please contact our President Elect Kerry Kornhauser
0411 597 690 firstname.lastname@example.org
RELAY FOR LIFE
For those of you who have signed up to walk or
volunteered on the BBQ do not forget that theRelay for Life is on this weekend. April 30 & May 1 2011
10:30am Finish Time:
10:30am Location: Albert Park
If you are
still wishing to compete in the 24 hr relay you must
remember that Liz needs to receive your $15.00 registration
fee ASAP please to secure the team.
You will receive a
long T Shirt for participation in this event.
The Rego Form is a must
for each participant to complete and return to Liz De Nittis
with your $15.00.
All BBQ times
are now covered lunchtime Saturday, evening Saturday, and
Breakfast Sunday but if you would still like to help out I'm
sure extra hands would be appreciated.
Click HERE for more information.
Site Details. Members please click Here
to download actualmap of the Albert Park Relay for Life (we are
queries please contact Liz De Nittis
email@example.com mobile 0407 321
Thanks to you all for
your support to our local community.
Kilda PCYC Black Tie Gala Ball|
Our friends at St Kilda PCYC (Police Citizens Youth
Club) are holding a fund raising ball.
St Kilda PCYC has a fabulous fundraiser night
coming up which we would love for you to attend. The St
Kilda PCYC Black Tie Gala Ball will be held on
26th May 2011 at the prestigious Nine Darling Street
. Expect to be indulged,
and most importantly, expect to be
You'll see firsthand the impact this amazing organisation
has on the communities it supports.
check out http://www.pcycgalaball.org ,
tickets can be purchased online through moshtix
dedicated team has put together what will be a standout
night in support of the St Kilda PCYC and we are now asking
all PCYC members, friends and supporters to spread the word
and it would be great if you could attend the gala ball.
over 63 years the St Kilda PCYC has provided exceptional
support to those in need and they hope that you can now
help them, so they can continue to make a difference to
the local community.
|Vocational Tour MCG|
As the super stage of Australian sport, The
Melbourne Cricket ground is an unforgetable
Traditionally the MCG has provided live drama to thrill
millions worldwide... memorable events Olympic Games, Test Cricket and Australian football's
incomparable Grand Final.
But backstage, the MCG Tour gives the visitor
the opportunity to relive their great sporting memories
through a comprehensive tour of this marvellous stadium where
so many champions of yesterday and today have performed. A
fully accredited sports heritage complex and tourism
destination, visitors can view the inner sanctum change rooms,
famous long room, coaches boxes and even walk on the arena
(SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)
MCG tour, takes
approximately one hour and includes a tour guide.
Note: Dinner is an Extra Option
RSVP: 9/05/11 Kerry Kornhauser
firstname.lastname@example.org 0411 597 690
Members please register
with our on line service from a previouy sent email or from
the events tab.
PRE - PAYMENT REQUIRED
Rotary Club of Albert Park
BSB 033 305 Acc
Please Use for payment Reference -MCG and your
Please put this date down in your
Venue: Waterfront Restaurant, Station
Pier, Port Melbourne
details coming shortly.....................
A Mysterious Murder
241 Royal Parade Parkville
University of Melbourne
Saturday 7th May 2011
available at AUD $80.00/person, inclusive of a three-course
meal, free flow of beverages, and an intriguing night of
performances and mystery.
'20s Murder Mystery
We take this opportunity to
formally invite you to a night of first class entertainment
and fine dining, and to take delight in
the vast variety of talent the students of International House have to offer. Every year, we donate a percentage of the
money raised to a charity, and this year, we Our doors will open at 6:30pm for some
pre-dinner drinks and entertainment, with
have decided to donate 50% of
the funds raised from Café International to our sister
campus, International House in Queensland, due to the terrible
damage they sustained during
the Summer floods. International House Brisbane has been
forced to close down for the
entirety of the first semester of this year, and we are all
eager to help them in their
goal to reopen in July, so that they can start
supporting students as
International House Melbourne supports us.
dinner and the
show commencing at 7:15pm.
Dress Code: Black Tie
RSVP by 22 April
2011 Click Here to
download Attendance Acceptance form.
For enquiries, please contact email@example.com
or Gerry Phillips RCAP on firstname.lastname@example.org 0418 349
2011 Marks the 90th
of Rotary in Australia
and the Rotary Club of Melbourne. Australia's first Rotary
Club invites its members and other Rotarians to a
Gala Dinner to celebrate this occasion in the presence of Her
Excellency, Ms. Quentin Bryce AC, Governor-General of the
Commonwealth of Australia.
The 90th Anniversary Dinner
will be held on Monday 23rd May 2011 at 6.30pm in the Members
Dining Room of the Melbourne Cricket Club, at the M.C.G.,
Brunton Avenue, Jolimont. Dress is Black Tie and
the cost is $155.00 per person.
Click Here for
Last week Fun and Fellowship had members
participate in a
members were to wear a Easter or Funny Hat and if
they didn't there was a $5.00 fine.
Thankyou to all members who participated by
wearing a hat of choice.
winners both received a Chocolate Golder Goose
Ladies Hat going to Loretta Michaelsen (Floral Easter
Best Men's Hat going to Stan Teschke
And for those who forgot or just didn't get
around to it your fine money was greatfully
District 9800 and
The Rotary Club of Albert Park
in Club Partnership
and as been paired with
The Rotary Club of Beorne Noon
What's Happening At the Rotary Club of Beorne Noon this
on there web page and find out http://www.boernerotary.org/
find out what this partnership program is about click the
for Rotary Peace Applications|
Click HERE to download application
to stay connected to what is happening in your
Networker is our District
9800 weekly newsletter, filling the
informationgap that exists between club
bulletins: Rotary Down Under and Rotary World. Networker
showcases the activities of our Clubs through caricature
Members are encouraged to subscribe to
Networker at: http://www.rotarydistrict9800.org.au/Members/NetworkerSubscribe
(old) Galilee School building at the Parish of Sts Peter &
Paul, Cnr Bank & Montague Streets, South Melbourne.
Roster. Members required to
cover the following shifts. Can be either a 2 or 4 hour
||Morning 10am - 12pm
||Afternoon 12pm - 2 pm |
1. Jenny Grebler
1. Jenny Grebler
1. Jenny Grebler
Renshaw-Jones know of your availability -
250 908 or email: Deb.Renshaw-Jones@visionaustralia.org or
should you have any queries please contact J
Grebler 0403 841 044 email@example.com
ROTARY CLUB OF ALBERT PARK Door
Roster Apparently some of our
members rostered on for Door Duty will not be able to attend
all meetings for April. Please ensure that you have made
a replacement for the evenings you will not be able to
Jeremy Paton,Deb Renshaw-Jones, Joan Robison,Ray
Phil Schols, Michael Walstab, Kate Staniforth, Paul
Ian Wavish, Robert Redpath, Yvonne Flanders,
For all other queries about the door roster
please contact Terry Moroney 0409 006 285 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotary Club of Albert Park Community
Want community Meals Instructions. Please login, go to
My ClubRunner Box, Click on View Club Documents, then click
on Community Meals Instructions.
Please Note that each
server is responsible to ensure that any changes are advised
to Paul on 0417 567 747 or
||Paul Flakus |
||Paul Flakus |
||Paul Flakus |
||Brian Beaumont |
|| Paul Flakus
||Richard Goss |
||Kevin Mooney |
||Jim Prokhovnik |
||Liz De Nitis
Club of Albert Park meet on Wednesday
evening at Lifesaving Victoria, 200 The
Boulevard, Port Melbourne.
always welcome to attend.
Should you be
considering attending please contact our secretary Judy
Nicholson on 0419 366 740 email@example.com
so the necessary meal
arrangement can be made.
all for this week.|
Thats all for this
week. Enjoy the great Autumn weather we are having.
by Michaelsen, Loretta
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