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District Governor Elect John Pohl announced a Sea Change District Conference for 2017. Our committee has planned an exciting Conference to be held at “The Pier” on Corio Bay, Geelong.  Our Website for More Information
As Guest Speaker at the Geelong Conference March 23rd to 26th, Robert Pennicott will present his Remarkable Journey on the circumnavigation of Australia and Tasmania in an outboard-driven boat. They departed Sydney on the 2nd June 2011 and travelled anticlockwise around the entire coast of Australia in two 5.4m Naiad RIBs (18ft dinghies). They arrived back in Sydney on the 11th September. Their trip was divided into 77 segments, ranging from 60 to 420 miles. On 48 of the segments, two seats were auctioned to the highest bidder to raise funds for Rotary's Polio Eradication and conservation.
hs-mike-bradySupremo Mike Brady is just one of the line up great speakers at the Rotary District Conference at Geelong. The 3 day event 24th March to 26th March will finish on the Sunday with a performance by Mike and presenting the highlights of his life of memories.

Mike Brady had established recording studios in Melbourne, Australia and has continued to work in advertising, writing jingles such as “Dodo, Dodo, internet that flies” for Dodo Internet and “Lucky you’re with AAMI”. He continued to write material for the VFL.

In the early 1980s he reworked “Up There Cazaly” into a theme song for the Sydney Swans’ relocation into Sydney. Mike also co-wrote and produced another popular AFL (Australian Football League) jingle, “That’s What I Like About Football”, sung by Greg Champion. “Up There Cazaly” was reworked in 1999 with Haley White for its 20th anniversary.

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Welcome to the February edition of the Newsletter. Time really does fly. It does not seem so long ago that we were celebrating 100 years of Rotary and now we have just witnessed our 112th birthday on 23 February.  The chartering of the Interact club of Port Pirie is a milestone for the District and credit to the efforts of the RC of Port Pirie for bringing this project to fruition. You will notice that the Youth Exchange program is alive and well in the District with students ‘going out’ and ‘coming in’.  Future sponsors are needed to ensure the viability of this project – contact the Chair of the committee, Ian Howlett, if you or your club can be a part of this program.  Click Here to Download
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.
Australian Rotary Clubs are part of an international network of business, professional and community leaders who strive to make the world a better place through practical efforts. Through Rotary International, the reward of "paying it forward" unites men and women from different backgrounds, cultures, religious and political beliefs the world over, allowing ordinary people to do extraordinary things.
 
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.
 
 
District Conference at Geelong
March 23rd to 25th 2017
 
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John Pohl
jemp@senet.com.au
 
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Jeff Cluse
secretary16-17@rotary9500.org

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