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Craig Chester and Maureen O'Dwyer

Past Presidents Craig Chester and Maureen O'Dwyer shares their life and moments in a fellowship meeting

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Sashenka Worsman

Oaktree - young people leading a movement to end poverty

Sandra Hills

Benetas Support

Dr Christine Durham

Acquired Brain Injury

Bob Hoskins OAM

Rocar - International Award Winning Project. Bob shared with the Club the origins of the program and how the Rotary Club of Nunawading designed and manufactured the Rocar to assist the mobility of disabled children. 

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D.G. Peter Freuh

District Governor’s Annual Visit

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Dr Theong Ho Low

Dr Theong Ho Low shared the "Surgical Procedures for people of Third World Countries"

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Sharon Crean

"Beyond Water"

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Patrick Lawrence

Through a thought experiment, Patrick challenged our perception of the same person as a child and as an adult

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Roy Hardcastle AO

Member Roy, a long serving member of the Carlton Rotary and in the 90-95 age group shares his secrets.

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Claire Halliday

Claire Halliday discussed her latest book "things my father taught me"

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Assistant Governor Anne King

Assistant Governor Anne King visited the Rotary Club of Carlton.

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Tinalley String Quartet

Our Sergeant-At-Arms, Ross shared the journey of the musicians group Tinalley String Quartet.

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Peter Crouch

Peter shared his consulting work with Armco.

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David Percival

David Percival has been a Board Member of Benetas for 8 years and will step as the Chairman for his last year on the Board.

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Sue Worland

Sue Worland- Donor Relations Officer, St. Vincents Hospital shared with us St Vincent story.

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Betty Kitchener AM

Member Betty Kitchener on her portfolio

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Alan Pettitt

Alan, our past president and the international portfolio

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Susie Cole, End Polio Ambassador and Chair

Susie Cole is the End Polio Ambassador now Chair and also the Immediate Past President of Prahran Rotary.

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Prof Malcolm Horne

Malcolm Horne on Presymptomatic Parkinson's Disease.

Shaking Palsy. James Parkinson was very nearly Australia's first Neurologist. That was way back in 1817. 1960s Dopamine and its use in treating Parkinson's. They did a Study on 200 people aged 60 years or over. 

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Keith Wolahan

Experiences in Afghanistan as a Barrister & Solider.

Keith has made three tours to Afghanistan as a member of the Army Reserve.  After his first tour a friend of his, Greg, was killed in Afghanistan and as a result Keith decided to return to Afghanistan again.  He was privileged to be offered a job as a platoon commander.  Keith likened leading a mission to being in the first 11 of the Australian cricket team.

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Bill Oakley

Bill Oakley, Chair, 9800 Rotarians Against Malaria (RAM)

Malaria is the most serious of the many vector-borne diseases involving human beings and mosquitoes.  Over 3 billion people live in malaria prone areas.  

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Ken Woolfe

Ken Woolfe believes it is a privilege to be a Rotarian and to be a member of the Carlton Club, and he is fortunate to be one of the 3 remaining charter members.

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David Percival

David Percival- "Travels in Burma"

David & Joan Percival visited Myanmar this time last year;

Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a Southeast Asian nation of more than 100 ethnic groups

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Holly Watson-Reeves

Holly Watson-Reeves

Rotary Scholar 2015-16

Holly addressed the Cub to discuss her time at McGill University in Montreal Canada.

Holly studied, International Human Rights Law, International Environmental Law, Space Law, & Innovation Law. Holly successfully completed her studies and achieved excellent grades.

 

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