There are many events held across our District and by Rotary International.
Sunday 15 January 2012 at 12:00pm
Time: 12:00 pm (Lunch is organised for all)
Location: St. Leonards, Victoria (1 hour and 30 minutes out of Melbourne)
Meeting Place: St. Leonards Hotels Car Park Area across the road from Hotel. 496 The Esp, St. Leonards VIC 3223
This will be a day to remember!
*Everyone needs to bring a change of clothes, bathers, towels,beach chairs and umbrella's.
*Everyone involved in the filming needs to provide a form of identification before the video shot.
How can you help: On January the 15th SqueezeBox Multimedia will be filming a MUSIC VIDEO to the FIGHT FOR LIFE song. The film shoot will take place at St Leonards / Portarlington:
We need at least 50 Women, bring all of the family.
You will need to sign a release form of your participation in the Film shoot, see attached and email back to me on the address below. numbers are limited - send back form asap !!!!
I look forward to your response and thank you for your support of this worthwhile cause.
Your commitment will help save Women’s Lives and the fight against Cancer.
Yvonne Moon OAM ( RoCan Founder ) Rotary District 9800 / Community Service Director Health
The Fight for Life Film Clip Shoot form: Click here
28-30 December 2011 Near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India - (Rotary International District 3060)
2011 International RYLA will enable participants to learn ways to overcome challenges, think beyond the obvious, explore new ventures, gain expertise and emerge as a true leader
24th October 2011 - 5.30 for 6.00 pm
Venue: Graduate House, 220 Leicester St., Carlton
The seminar is designed primarily for Foundation Chairs, Club Presidents and Presidents-Elect. However we would welcome the attendance of Assistant Governors and club Rotarians who wish to make themselves more aware of the changes to The Rotary Foundation or the Future Vision pilot program.
Saturday 13th August, 2011
Moonee Valley Racecourse
$65 per person, (includes 3 course meal - drinks at Bar Prices
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