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Year In Review. what we achieved The Club’s team effort pulled together :  Fantastic result for Books raised over $18,000.00  Record results for BBQ’s.

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1 Year In Review

2 what we achieved The Club’s team effort pulled together :  Fantastic result for Books raised over $18,  Record results for BBQ’s raised over $15,  Second in the District for most new members 14 new members  Website and Bulletin new fresh look  Award winning events:  Footy Breakfast : amusing and entertaining  Women’s International Day Breakfast: over 720 men & women  Golf Day: raised over $23,  Helpful and fun weekend at Camp Getaway  Interesting Vocational MCG & Carlton Brewery

3 our projects made a difference to many  Breathometers  Social Studio Baker Foundation Grant  Bunnings.. back again  Reclink  Minimbah Aboriginal Boys 50 computers  Be The Hero Elwood Secondary College  Worawa Aboriginal Girls School Plant A Garden in a day  Worawa Aboriginal Girls School Aboriginal Art Gallery  Port Melbourne Primary Reading assistance  Support/ Working Bee DIK  Catholic Education Alice Springs  Cambodia Kids  City 2 Surf  Inner South Community Health  Flinders Street Homeless Kids  Victorian Women’s Trust Valentines Day Breakfast  Albert Park Secondary College Interact  Nganambala Northern Territory School

4 what we supported touching 100’s of peoples lives….. Local Sam Braham – Paralympian$ 400 REACH $ 9,000 Donations in Kind store (DIK)$ 500 Blue Earth Foundation$ 5,000 Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)$ 2,280 Awards Of Excellence$ 3,600 RYLA$ 690 RYPEN$ 1,144 Albert Park Secondary College$ 5,969 STEPS$ 1,000 Blind Sports$ 750 Worawa Aboriginal Girls School$ 296 Inner South Community Health Services$ 2,755 Camp Getaway$ 500 Dictionaries – primary schools$ 968 Violence Free Families$ 3,000 Victorian Women’s Trust$ 1,000 $38,852 National Cancer Council - Relay for Life $ 1,000 Central Australia Education Foundation $ 500 World Vision $ 500 Ardyloon $ 430 $ 2,430 International Rotary Foundation $ 9,900 Rotary Overseas Aid Fund $ 1,720 Cambodian Kids Foundation $ 2,660 Philippines School Trust $ 2,500 Rotary I– Computers for Kids $ 1,000 Water Safety Program – Vietnam $ 500 Vision Aust - Braille Kits to Timor Leste $ 240 Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC) $ 20,000 $38,520 TOTAL $79,802

5 club meetings & events

6 The Board Ian Henry Loretta Michaelsen Richard Goss Yvonne Conn Greig McEwan Henry Michaelsen Stan Teschke Mike Perry John Roberts special thanks

7 to each and everyone who gave beyond for everyone’s enthusiasm for all your support for entrusting me with the Presidency of Rotary Club of Albert Park and more thanks..

8 Awards & Prizes Is It Fair To All Concerned - Rosie Annois (Club Services) Will It Build Goodwill & Better Friendships - Helen Harris (Community) Will It Be Beneficial To All Concerned - Vicki Teschke (International) Is It The Truth - Jim Prokhovnik (New Generations)

9 Awards & Prizes Rotarian of the Year - Chris Catchlove

10 a thought to ponder….. until we're educating every kid in a fantastic way, until every inner city is cleaned up, there is no shortage of things to do. Bill Gates


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