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Service Project Reports

Donation – Milfordhaven Health Centre (20/09/11)

2011

The Milfordhaven Haus Sik do an amazing job in a poor and large settlement area and if you arrive there in the morning you can barely move with the number of people…

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Donation – RAM Malaria nets to Community (14/12/11)

2011

Trying desperately to prevent malaria in residents of Lae…

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Donaton to Bubia Health Center (26/11/11)

2011

A very thankful sister in Charge Lisa was over the moon about what the Rotary club could do for them….

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Donaton to Muya Health Center (26/11/11)

2011

A very thankful sister in Charge Apolonia was over the moon about what the Rotary club could do for them…

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Rotary International News

Weekly Update – 19 November 2010

2011

Rotary Foundation alumni, Rotarians, and guests are invited to take part in three reunions in Cape Town, South Africa, 3-5 February. RI President Ray Klinginsmith and former South African President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate F.W. de Klerk will be the featured speakers.

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Weekly Update – 5 November 2010

2011

Hey, Interactors! Here’s your chance to be famous. We’re holding our second annual Interact Video Contest. So grab a camera, make a short video telling us how you Interact, and submit it by 1 December. The grand-prize winner will be featured on www.rotary.org.

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Donaton to Haikost Health Center (9/10/11)

2011

The Club supplied 5 hospital beds, linen and a range of much needed consumables. Sister in Charge Sr Karap gave her thanks and Rotarian Mark Flewin responded on the Club’s behalf…

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Donaton to Tent Siti Health Center (5/10/11)

2011

Community Clinic drop to the Lutherian run Health Centre at Tent City as a prelude to the hospital bed drop that will be used in their new Maternity Ward they are building. The goods were extremely well received and we left with big smiles on our faces.

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Donaton to Tent Siti Police Station (5/10/11)

2011

The police station at TentSiti is a nice building but the furniture is falling apart around them. Sgt Peter Gorek takes a lot of pride in his station and sent a request through to Larry Hulo who presented this at a Rotary Meeting for approval.

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From the President's Desk

President’s Message – October 2011

2011

Good Morning All,

A few items to share with you below:

Morobe Show

I write to ask for your help next weekend (15th & 16th October) at the 50th Annual Morobe Show. As you know, the Club is partnering with RC Huon Gulf and they have asked us to run the Lucky Tickets stall again. Around about 8hrs each day, split into two (2) X 4hr shifts. Minimum of 12 people per shift. Please consider involving your partner or a trusted staff member/(friend of rotary) to make up these needed numbers.

Recall from Hans Mehl’s presentation to our Club meeting last Tuesday night that we have committed to this as a club by buying in on the tickets two years ago (2009/10).

In Year 1 (2009/10 Rotary Year)) the show was canceled due to cholera outbreak.

In Year 2 (2010/11 Rotary Year) the revenue raised covered the cost of the tickets and a few other set up expenses (please see attached financial report).

In Year 3 (2011/12) all money raised will be clear profit, so this is a great opportunity to put some funds into the clubs coffers (smile Mr. Treasurer!).

We are on a 50:50 arrangement with RC Huon Gulf. Based on last years takings, this could represent income between K12,000- K15,000 to our club. This money will go along way to assist us in achieving the goals we’ve set ourselves in the Club Leadership Plan.

Category “C” Schools Project Delivery

Tomorrow Sunday, from 11am at my workplace in Speybank Street we will take the first lot of desks to Haikost Primary school. If you have a spare hour please come and give a hand. There are only about 40 small desks and associated equipment to lift, shift and deliver at school (2 Mile). Please help out our Project Leader Aihi Miria on this important first step if you can.

Website

A few updates are on our website thanks to intrepid webmaster covering recent club activities. Please take the time to check it out and refer anybody interested to the award-winning site: www.rotarylae.org

Apology

Finally, seems I might have misinterpreted an email yesterday relating to Kundiawa Ambulances & Sutherland RC and in doing so sent a stern reply to a fellow I thought was being critical of our club. Have no fear, I will make amends.

Have a great weekend all.

Regards,

Anthony

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