2015/16 Club Management Decision

The club Annual General Meeting was held last Tuesday Evening ( December 9th).
The management team for the 2015/2016 Rotary year was elected to serve with President Kirsten Binnie.Kirsten’s team will be;

President Elect and Secretary is Craig Clarke.

Treasurer is Steven Bennett.

Club Administration will remain with Jamie Knowlman.

Effective Services will remain with John Newton.

Public Relations sees a new face in Ted Crowe.

Youth Services moves to Stephen Ganko.Our

Youth Protection Officer will once again be Jeff Brown.

The Membership and The Rotary Foundation portfolio’s are yet to filled.
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Hands Across The World.

    Two Clubs Combine.

Tonight President Ted Crowe and Inbound YEP Exchange Student, Chloe Bury were able to officially exchange club banners.

Rotary Foundation Dinner

The Rotary Clubs of Brisbane Centenary and Sumner Park hosted a District 9630 Rotary Foundation Dinner to celebrate The Foundation Month.

A large percentage of our club attended the dinner.The guest speaker, Dr Melissa Curley, the Dean of the Rotary Peace Centre at UQ spoke with passion about the work that she is able to do with the support of The Rotary Foundation.The 13th class has just graduated and Melissa brought us up to date with what many of the Alumni from Cohort 1 through to 13 are doing in the world.It is very impressive.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING !


PRESIDENT TED CROWE
AND
PRESIDENT ELECT KIRSTEN BINNIE
HEREBY REQUEST THAT
ALL MEMBERS OF THE 
ROTARY CLUB OF BRISBANE TAYLOR BRIDGE
AND ANY OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES
ATTEND THE
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
OF YOUR CLUB TO BE HELD AT THE 
CROLL MEMORIAL PRESCIENT
ON
TUESDAY 9TH OF DECEMBER 2014 AT 7.45 P.M.

The “Banners” Have Arrived

At last, the Club Banners have arrived.

After many weeks of waiting, the new Rotary Club of Brisbane Taylor Bridge banners have arrived from the manufacturer in the USA.This first run was done on their stock default banner with our club name, district and country inserted.The next run will be custom designed and include our logo.​​​​​​​

Vocational Visit

Tonight’s Vocational Visit to the Corinda Compounding Chemist.

Members attended the Corinda Compounding Chemist for a vocational visit on Tuesday 30th September.

Club member and compounding pharmacist Elisa spoke about the reasons why compounding is becoming increasingly popular.

Elisa introduced members to the lab, the protective clothing worn and the equipment that is used to make different products.

She then demonstrated how to make a batch of Zinc Picolinate capsules.

Members witnessed the making of these batch capsules from start to finish with some members volunteering to assist Elisa in the process. 

A lively Q&A at the end of our visit was extremely beneficial and informative.

Many thanks to Elisa for hosting this visit, to her employer for making the facility available and to her colleagues for allowing the intrusion.

Dining Out at Oxley

Dinner at the Thai Malila.

Last night the club held its monthly Dining Out Night at the Thai Malila in Cook Street, Oxley.
Great food and even better company ensured that it was a great night.
The highlight of the evening was a presentation by President Ted Crowe to Rhonda Ganko, our member who drives our involvement at “Sailability”. 
Rhonda was rewarded for her efforts, not only at Sailabilty, but for the tireless hours she devotes to the club and our projects.

Congratulations Rhonda.

New Club Banners

New club trading banners for Brisbane Taylor Bridge.

After prolonged discussions over several months, a decision was finally taken to order some club Banners.
Thanks to Steven Bennett’s brother for the tip on the supplier.Russell Hampton and Co are a well known and reputable company working out of the USA.
I have tonight ordered 40 items, similar to the ones in the picture with;
Brisbane Taylor Bridge    District 9630     Australia
under the Rotary Wheel.
Estimated delivery time is the end of October 2014.

Focus Meeting

Subjects covered and highlights included;

  • Cameron was our first time Chairman & handled the role beautifully.
  • International Toast for Rotary Club of Singapore .
  • Mary-Ellen drew an Ace but wanted the Joker in the Heads & Tails.
  • Ted spoke about events (upcoming) but they will be covered in events area
  • Although it was not a motion moved, the club agreed to accept the quote for $370.00 for new brochures.
  • Elisa brought up the manning of a car park (3 times in the year) that would need 6 volunteers from the club. (Centenary project) We agreed to go ahead.
  • Greg Killoran needs photos urgently of the presentation to Montrose.
  • Stephen needs names for Membership night.
  • We have two nominations for RYPEN.. Louisa Ganko & Chloe Bury.