Sgt Richard introduced Chair for the day Darryl, who has just been on a “study trip” to New Zealand
President Jim proposed the International Toast to R.C. Koh Samui Phangan
District 3330 consists of 101 Rotary clubs with 2,440 members.
Club Motto: There's no ' I ' in team, but there is a ' U' in volunteers.
Projects: Swim for Life and drinking water for all Government Schools.

Thanks for the photos Dave
On Tuesday, in lieu of breakfast at Oaks, we will attend the Centaur Memorial Service at the Caloundra RSL Sub-Branch Memorial Gardens
11:00am till 12:30
RSVP Deborah
President's Report
Anzac Ceremony at the Caloundra High School attended by Andrew Wallace MP & Jason Hunt MP
Presentation of a wreath on behalf of the Rotary Club

Anzac Day ceremony on Choeng Mon Beach in Koh Samui
Large group of Australian Presentation of a Wreath
Bugle player - The last Post followed by one minute silence

Met with the resort Manager who told me that she was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Koh Samui and she was full of praise for what it did for her.

Its good to be back in Australia

Sawasdee khrap for men Sawadee Kha for woman

One thing I learned in Thailand is that they have 3 seasons. Hot, very hot and very very hot.

Thailand religions :
92.5 percent Buddist
5.4 percent Muslim 1.2 percent Christian
Other groups include arimists, Confusians, Hindus, Jews, Sikhs and Taoists.

Contrary to some rumours that I went overseas for a sex change, I must strongly refute this and I invite anyone for a private viewing in the men's toilet to confirm it.

And one more thing that happened while away is that the management of Chill Cafe handed me a Tab for $250 for food and drinks incurred by Warryn and Aub.

No breakfast at Oaks next meeting it’s at the RSL at 11:00am till 12:30.
Some words from a lady whose uncle died on the Centaur.
The schools are laying wreaths.

Let Deborah know if you are coming.
Not at the memorial – due to council works.

Stop press: Unfortunately the Festuri festival has been cancelled due to the threat of inclement weather

Dinner this year by by two Clubs
Invited by RC Mooloolaba at the Bowls Club Monday 20th of May $25, 6:00 for 6:30 - you can book from our homepage & can pay online.
Donation/No raffle.
Let Deborah or Pam know.
Board next Monday – agenda items.
Sponsors thanks - pay today
Dr Rizsa apologises maybe 21st of May??
New members??
“But “
Everybody knows Roger

Youth program
Darryl “on three“ still talking about what?
Anzac Day
Lions have youth program
“four people“

Darryl New Zealand Report
Mum into aged care in New Zealand
24 hours assessment.
Bought and sold in seven days.
Politics similar to Australia
Prime minister Chris is very wealthy.
Cutting budget.
Prices going up
North and south I’ll like different countries.
Drove 1000 km and saw 20 cars.
Autumn colours
Christchurch “booming“ Night stars/observatory
Cleanest air in the world (except when cloudy) - salmon farm
Sheep in the backyard - “ride on lawnmower“
Hamner Springs was the only spa. Now there is one every town, all supposedly “natural“
French connection in Akaroa - the only place they landed
Cruise ships instead of Christchurch
Jim “ no French speaking“
She farms now manuka honey
Planting knives
North of South Island
White wines
400 cellar doors by pushbike/bus
Changing stations

Sergeant Richard
Joke about the Irish triplets Mick Pat and Tat  - Mick was 6 foot tall, Pat was 6 foot tall, but Tat was only 4 foot tall. Apparently they were breastfed, and there was “no tit for tat“
(Good thing nobody reads this far)

Sergeant Richard closed the meeting.