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Welcome to April’s DG Newsletter. The week April 24 – 30 is immunisation week. This is a very hot topic at the moment with the flu season nearly on us and the controversy surrounding child immunisation and Child Care Centre attendance. The District Conference held at Geelong is now over. The weather was very kind to us and sitting in the Pier Conference Centre surrounded by the calm waters of Corio Bay being entertained by great speakers was a very enjoyable, informative and entertaining experience. A big thank you to all those who made this a memorable event – the organising committee, the Rotary Showcase displayers, the caterers and most importantly, you, the Rotarians and friends who made the journey to be part of this Conference. Please check out the VTT article – we would be very pleased to fund a VTT in conjunction with a club or group of clubs.  Click Here to download DG Newsletter now.
The E-Club and OPAL (SA Health) have launched our major project, Food For Health providing Healthy alternatives for a Healthier Lifestyle. The key focus of this project is to promote better food choices for a healthier lifestyle. Community Organisations and Service Clubs have an important role to play in encouraging these healthier lifestyles. This can be achieved by adopting guidelines and recipes from our website which will help our commitment to serve humanity by keeping you and your family healthy.
What motivates everyday women to do extraordinary things — to positively change the lives of people halfway around the world while inspiring so many folks at home? Three Rotary members answered that question at a celebration of International Women’s Day hosted by the World Bank at its Washington, D.C., headquarters 8 March. By 
Today, DGE Peter Schaefer announced the next Conference will be a Joint District Conference in the Barossa Valley. The theme we have chosen "Joining Rotary - Making A Difference" is a way in-which we can strengthen Rotary's efforts to help Communities locally and overseas. Link to the Conference Website.
After 3 days of inspirational and entertaining speakers, DG John Pohl can now relax a little. Thanking Geelong Conference Chairman PDG Marie Dorrington and the Conference Team for creating a very successful Conference. Click here to view some Photos
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people — children, families, and entire communities — benefit from projects funded by The Rotary Foundation. When you give to Rotary, you enable local leaders to create sustainable solutions to their community's most pressing needs.
A generous donation of a ‘Heart Start Defibrillator’ to the Modbury Bowling Club by Tea Tree Gully Rotary ‘has saved a life’. When Paramedics arrived they were able to stabilise the Patient who had 3 Heart Start Charges performed by an on duty Nurse, which saved his life.
The Rotary Foundation, charitable arm of Rotary, has been named the 2016 Outstanding Foundation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
The new E-Club of District 9500 has no boundaries. It’s open to the world! Read this explanation by Inaugural President, Eric Russell.
 “The Rotary e-club of Greater South Oz 9500 is geographically based in the city and the state of South Australia; however as our Rotary International location is worldwide our members can live anywhere in the world. While our members meet regularly on-line through this website, there is an opportunity for working together on projects to meet community needs in any country or locality.
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Jeff Cluse

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