Hannah Rundell is soon to embark on her Honours year in her Bachelor of Music degree at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM).Read more...
DIK Working Bee
Short Lunch at Graduate House
Volunteers required at DIK following lunch
“THE MAGIC OF THE ROTARY FOUNDATION:
How Foundation Grants deliver Magical Projects & Programs
Speaker: PDG Dennis Shore, Rotary Club of Hawthorn (Bulletin Report by John McLean)
PDG Dennis said “It’s a wonderful world!” and then asked “or is it?” He added “there is pain and suffering world-wide! What sort of a world are we in? Is there any hope?”Read more...
Ian Ada’s Trip to Pilbara July/August 2018
Ian retraced the steps of a trip he did 49 years ago! After crossing the Nullabor, he and Anne went up the coast of WA to Port Headland then headed back to Kalgoorlie on the Great Northern Highway, the total trip from Melbourne being 12,000 km.Read more...
Betty Kitchener and Tony Jorm
RCC members, Betty Kitchener and Tony Jorm shared photos and stories of their bicycle ride in May/June this year from Prague to Copenhagen via Berlin. The distance was over 1,000km, with 19 days of enjoyable and fairly easy cycling. Their route through Germany from west of Dresden to Rostock in the NE, was in the former East Germany - the DGR. Tony spoke about the past and present influence of the former Soviet rule.
The Concept of Social Business
Janet Hay from Canterbury RC spoke to the concept of “Social Business and the Charity Model; Calling in the Generosity of Economics”.Read more...
Principal, Politician and Poet
David Lea was born in Birmingham (UK) and first joined Rotary in 1971. David’s commitment to Rotary was further demonstrated by his continual membership of the Rotary Club of Bendigo South for 25 years.Read more...
TITLE of TALK:
Building on the Book Fair: Possible Community Service Projects to Promote LiteracyRead more...
Elaine gave an overview of cultural values and drew on her experiences working and growing up in seven countries to emphasize the importance for everyone to have a cultural 'lense' / cultural intelligence / CQ.Read more...
Melissa McIntosh & Tony Jorm
Speaker for Tuesday 7 August - Stephen Peterson, introduced by Betty Kitchener.
‘About Japan - what you might not hear from your travel agent’Read more...
Peter Gray RC Phenom Penh
“The MEC Project in Cambodia”
Peter Gray is a member of the Phnom Penh Rotary Club (has lived in Cambodia for the past 12 years working with slum dwelling children in Phnom Penh). (He has previously spoken at the RCC in October 2013).Read more...
Working Bee at DIK
"Working Bee at DIK"
"My Peru Study Trip"
Melissa shared with the Club her recent trip to Peru on behalf of the philanthropic organisation she is involved with- 5 Point Foundation.Read more...
"My experiences at RYLA"
Harry is a Year 10 student at University High School. Harry & Ayden from Uni high participated in the RYLA program. RYLA program offer students the opportunity to reflect on their situation and encourages them to use the skills that they learn over the program in every day life particularly helping and influencing other people in their cohort.Read more...
"A Physio robot for Stroke patients"
Andrew has been and exchange student sponsored by the RC Cheltenham to Belgium. he found this experience invaluable and gave him a huge amount of confidence.
In later years Andrew participated in RYLA and was for 10 years a mentor and leader in the RYLA program.