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Magill Rotary Bulletin
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  • Rotary Club of Magill Sunrise Page | 1

    I have to start by saying I had a great night on Monday at the Campbelltown Rotary Club meeting

    where a few Magill members saw the returning GSE team give their presentation of their exploits in

    Taiwan. They all had an amazing time over there and I am sure our very own Simone Mazengarb will

    show those who were unable to attend her side of the journey at our club next Tuesday.

    Now to OUR meeting, we had the pleasure of Kevin Stevens visiting us this week with his experiences in

    Cambodia and the Rotary projects running over there. He had an interesting introduction to the world

    of Rotary when he was asked to attend a meeting whilst getting a haircut. The meeting he intended to

    spend 5 minutes at has kept him a part of Rotary ever since. As he said, the warmth and welcome he

    received made him feel part of a big family sisters and brothers to other mothers. He spoke of his

    involvement with not just Rotary but of a group called Extraordinary Lives, a group who travel to the 7

    wonders exploring ancient wisdom and how it could benefit todays society. This gave him the

    opportunity to travel to Cambodia.

    These travels opened his eyes a great deal, he spoke of New Hope where a young Campucian was given

    an opportunity to get an education and realized that after his education, wanted to give something

    back. From here a school has been established which is run from the donations made to the New Hope

    organization. He also spoke of a Rotary initiative called Sustainable Cambodia. Volunteers go over to

    Cambodia and through their efforts help empower rural villagers to create self-sustaining communities

    with clean water, wells, dams and schools. He told us that nearly $220,000 had been donated so far for

    2 schools, 1 in Pursat, the other in Kravahn where the children were taught many life lessons and also

    languages that they encourage them to take home and teach their parents.

    Kevin was a really energetic speaker who has a great passion for these projects. He urged us all to find a

    passion or project within Rotary, as there are so many, and get right behind it with our own passion

    Look into our own soul journey. He said that we needed to understand emotional intelligence and

    emotional intelligence factors of support. I could not remember exactly what he meant with this but on

    looking it up found it is the something in each of us that is a bit intangible. It affects how we manage

    behaviour, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results. Very

    deep for 7.30am, all part of an amazing presentation from a very motivational man.

    See you all next week.

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    6pm 7pm

    Function Room

    Tower Hotel Magill

    Pay As You Go

    Dinner Afterwards Is Optional

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    Australian History

    1865 Ruthless bushranger, "Mad" Dan Morgan, is shot dead.

    1947 The Ghost of Point Hicks legend is spawned when a newspaper reports on the mysterious

    disappearance of a lighthouse keeper from Cape Everard, Victoria.

    World History

    1895 Astronomer James Keeler proves that the rings of Saturn are made up of particles, not solid

    as previously believed.

    1945 Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German pastor, theologian and participant in the resistance movement

    against Nazism, is executed.

    2003 Iraqis and US troops pull down a massive statue of Saddam Hussein in a show of contempt

    for the dictator.

    Thought for the Day 1:

    Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.

    Thought for the Day 2:

    Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.

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    Ronda, for ringing my sergeants bell, and then using the excuse I thought it was my job.

    Greg, for leaving a gap in the curtains so that half of the room was blinded by the morning

    sun, and for the delightful Easter Bunny photo in last weeks bulletin.

    A cross-fine for me (from Mark T) for my car park this morning apparently my car must be

    parallel to the lines at all times and a 10 degree angle is unacceptable.

    Licaria, as both of us were stuck trying to sneak into the room at the start of the Taiwan GSE

    return presentation, after choosing to go to the bathroom at the wrong time.

    Mark T For claiming that he would win a pushup challenge if that were to be made the

    weekly game.

    Sue For being in her tennis final this week.

    John C and Sue for their footy tipping success.

    Siony, for her great joke posted under a photo of Lindsay on Facebook. He was holding a

    Styrofoam cup with a beaming smile at a Rotary function, and Sionys comment was

    Whats in the cup?

    Carol for forgetting to put up her hand for Directors Notices.

    The back table mob, for the honour of having Chef Gary join them for breakfast.

    A variety of cross fines & happy bucks.

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    Mayor Simon Brewer was the big mover this week moving from top place to last place.

    Meanwhile 18 tippers had all games correct heading into the last match of the round. Seven of

    those tippers made it through the last match to produce a perfect 9 earning themselves a Hungry

    Jacks Whopper (if they can locate the voucher). Well done. Top of the pack was Magill Treasurer

    Sue, edging out Adel (Morialta), President Greg (Magill) and Sues son by the narrowest of margins.

    To make it simple, this weeks prize will go to the tipper who picks the Showdown winner - with the

    Friday night margin used as a tie-breaker. GOOD LUCK

    Please make your payment to our Club Account and email Lindsay when paid:

    BSB: 112-879

    Account: 125 045 392

    Reference: Footy

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    Greg SchuetzeGreg SchuetzeGreg SchuetzeGreg Schuetze

    Licaria ScheepersLicaria ScheepersLicaria ScheepersLicaria Scheepers

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