Meeting 21st July: DG Visit

Wednesday 21st July 2021 was the Official Visit to the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay by DG Dee Buckland and her husband Jonathan Weir. Pictured with DG Dee and Jonathan is AG Jeremy Wood and President Max Hipkins. During her presentation, DG Dee presented the District 9455 Communications Award to Charter President Di…

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Meeting 14 July: Bev Lowe

On Wednesday 14th July, new member Bev Lowe updated us on what she and her husband John are currently doing in the community in their ‘retirement’. After years of full-on community service through community services they established – firstly through Manna Inc and then Moort Care – they are currently:…

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Changeover Night 2021

On Saturday 26th June, the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay’s fantastic Changeover was enjoyed by 61 attendees at the Holiday Inn City Centre. We had 27 members, spouses, friends, members of Lions, folk from the Australian Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, and politicians both current (Linda Reynolds) and former (Bill Marmion and…

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Meeting 9th June: 3 New Members!

During our meeting on 9th June 2021, we inducted three new members, bringing our ratio back to 50:50 male/female membership. A very warm welcome to: Mehrane Mehramiz, an Alzheimer’s Researcher who will work on the Youth Committee; Bev Lowe, who is well known for the amazing work she and her…

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Meeting 19th May: Meet Sam Rocchi

One of our newest members, Sam Rocchi, enlightened us all with his Life and Times, telling us about himself, his music and his work with the Australian Alzheimer’s Research Foundation now and in the future. His presentation can be viewed in our recording of our meeting for May 19th: Posted…

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Welcome Sam Rocchi

We are delighted to welcome our newest and youngest member into the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay at our meeting on Wednesday 5th May. Sam Rocchi is a Researcher with the Australian Alzheimer’s Research Foundation. Being from Dubrovnik, Sam takes our multicultural membership to 15 nationalities.

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