16 members with 3 partners attended tonights Dinner meeting at the Temora Ex Services Memorial Club on Baker Street, Temora.
Our program tonight was delivered by Rotarian Bonita on Facebook.
While we have all heard of this Social Media platform many in the club have no concept of it’s real possible advantages or uses.
Bonita tried to dispel some myths and put unsteady fingers on the right buttons.
Well done all.
No meeting next Monday, remember it’s our movie night.
Put it in your diary,
1st July at the Bowls Club
6:30 for 7:00PM
Our meeting was chaired tonight by Past President Peter Glasgow as President Helen was running late.
The Secretary filled in Members on important events and issues such as membership of the Temora Ex Services Memorial Club is required unless they wish to be signed in by staff every meeting, it is an offense to be on the premises unless you are a member or signed in.
District Conference 2017 in Orange 17-19th March was mentioned and members encouraged to attend.
Our guest speaker tonight as local business legend Gary Hartwig owner of the renowned Roundabout Bakery franchise, who together with wife Anne gave us an insight to their early start into business and success through those early years of development.
Our meeting next week will have Rotarian Bonita showing the members how easy it is to use Facebook, remember to bring your device!
Monday 6th March at the Temora Town Hall Theatre is the new date for the movie we missed on the 13th of February.
6:30 nibbles and drinks in the Foyer (note please bring a plate and BYO)
Free if you paid to see this on Monday 13th Feb! or $20.00
There are only 82 seats so first in Best Dress.
Rotary Clubs like to learn new things, are interested in the Community and as such are always looking for interesting Guest Speakers to address the club.
Confirmed Speakers at this stage and the date of their presentation are;
20th February, Mr Gary Hartwig – Roundabout Bakery Franchise.
27th February, Miss Bonita Pellow – How Facebook can help Rotarian’s stay in touch.
20th March, Mr Rob Bland – Builder, 6 generations of construction.
24th April, Mrs Deb Paterson – Temora Community Centre, what does it do?
Guests are always welcome to our Club meetings, just walk up to someone with a Rotary Badge on and introduce yourself.
Meetings start 7:00 PM with dinner and speakers usually commence at 8:00 and done at the latest 9:00 PM.
The Rotary Club of Temora is pleased to announce our first guest speaker of 2017,
Mr Gary Hartwig, local businessman and owner of the RoundaBout Bakery franchise.
Guests welcome to attend to hear Gary’s insights to the Bakery business and developing it to other centres on Monday 20th February in the Narraburra Room at the Temora Ex-Services Memorial Club, Baker Street, Temora.
Meeting starts at 7:00 PM with Gary due to start at 8:00 PM
Taz the Secretary
Greetings to all Members and anyone who may be interested in Rotary.
The Rotary Club of Temora will reconvene Monday the 6th, 6:30 for a 7:00 PM start at our normal location the Narraburra Room at the Temora Ex Services Memorial Club, Baker Street.
The attendance list at Fritsch Bros Electrical – 6977 1391 has been cleared of all members on leave for a fresh start to 2017, please ring to excuse yourself if unable to attend.
Taz the Secretary
Meeting opened at 7:01 PM
There were 18 of our 27 Members present giving us 66.66667% attendance, not bad for Harvest time.
The single item of correspondence was presented and accepted.
Directors Reports were,
Public Relations – check out Facebook for regular updates.
Service Projects – looking for members to help with the collection at the Temora Carols on the 11th of December.
New Generations – RYPEN (Rotary Youth Programme of ENrichment) this weekend only had three attendee’s. Called for Volunteer’s to make RFYA (Rotary Fine Young Aussie) presentations at the High School.
General Business was discussed and the meeting closed at 9:00 PM
18 of the 27 members of the Rotary Club of Temora were present, quorum of 9 was therefore covered.
Minutes of the AGM 23rd November 2015 had been electronically circulated to Members by the Secretary with a request to print their own if they required. These were accepted as a True and Accurate record.
The Directors reports as presented at the Club Changeover dinner 2nd July 2016 were likewise electronically circulated were also ratified and accepted.
The Auditors report from Gunn Accounting had been electronically circulated for members to review before the meeting. After minor discussion about the layout it was accepted as a True and Accurate record.
Election of the Executive Officers for 2017/18 followed with single nominations for;
President – Mr Robert Oliver
Secretary – Mr Taz Rundle
Treasurer – Mr Keith Anderson
All nominations were accepted by the Nominees and they were elected to these positions effective 1st July 2017.
Fundraising done by the Rotary Club of Temora is 100% forwarded to the recipients and the entire Club is run from the members subscription only.
Discussion on the Members Dues was had and a motion from Mr Brendon Fritsch and seconded by Mr Arthur Bradley that members consider and this item will be handled at a CLOSED Club Assembly in February 2017, date TBA. This was carried.
The Treasurer moved a motion that Gunns Accounting be appointed as club Auditors for 2016/17, seconded Mr Bronson Beattie and carried.
There being no General Business the meeting was closed after 13 minutes.
Meeting opened at 7:00 PM
There were 19 of our 27 Members in attendance which is 70.37037%
Correspondence was presented and accepted
Directors didn’t have much to report.
Elaine Wallace, Widow of the late Arthur Wallace was in attendance and a hasty Board huddle confirmed a motion from Nigel Judd that Honorary Membership be bestowed upon Elaine.
Our Guest speaker for the night was then introduced and a very interesting and informative presentation was given by Mr Ken Davis, Chairman of TEM-FM our local Community Radio station.
The meeting closed at 8:15 PM