The Reel

Next Tuesday's Meeting
Oct 30, 2018
STEMM Program

Lyn will be attending this breakfast - please come along and say hello.

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A few words from President Bernie
It seems that these past weeks are literally flying by and over the next few weeks the Club will be involved in a few fundraising ventures.
On Thursday 25 October some of our members will be visiting Norm Bourguignon at Opal Retirement at Kawana for afternoon tea and to present him with an Honorary Certificate for his years of Service to our Club.  Then some of us will be congregating at Gordon’s home to staple up the Melbourne Cup Trifecta tickets which we will be selling from next week until Melbourne Cup Eve.  We will also be asking each and every member to take home a pack to sell to friends and family.  This makes it a lot easier and a little less for those volunteers to sell in Caloundra and Golden Beach.  So please take as many as you can on Tuesday morning at our meeting.
This coming Tuesday morning … 
Next Tuesday's Meeting
“It takes a village to raise a child”
This old African proverb provides a good basis for measuring the high levels of success of Burnside High School’s STEMM program.  The Supporting Teenagers with Education, Mothering and Mentoring (STEMM) program is the first of its kind in Queensland. Development of a unique, stand-alone curriculum enables pregnant girls and young mothers to be supported in achieving their educational goals.
Instead of attending mainstream classes, the STEMM curriculum provides a program tailored around their educational, social, physical and emotional needs in a non-judgmental environment. The program currently has 40 girls participating in this unique educational avenue.
Melbourne Cup Lunch 2018

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Melbourne Cup Trifecta Tickets
We'll be selling them from 31 October
Bohemian Rhapsody
1 November - Sunshine Plaza Cinemas 6pm
Sunshine Coast Central Rotary
4 November - Event Cinemas, Maroochydore 2pm
Rotary Club of Mooloolaba
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Golf Day Raffle

It's worth selling them!

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Upcoming Events
Afternoon Tea with Norm
Opal Nursing Home
Oct 25, 2018 2:00 PM
Melbourne Cup Trifecta Ticket Selling
Oct 31, 2018 – Nov 05, 2018
Bohemian Rhapsody
Sunshine Plaza Cinemas
Nov 01, 2018 6:00 PM
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
James Condon
November 29
Les Walsh
Joy Walsh
November 1
Deb Taylor
Patrick Cleary
November 4
Peter Davis
Narelle Davis
November 4
Genta Tsukimori
Mai Tsukimori
November 13
Bernie Strong
Ron Strong
November 16
Ron Strong
Bernie Strong
November 16
Join Date
Peter Davis
October 28, 2015
3 years
Neville Woodforth
November 1, 1991
27 years
Trevor Gilliland
November 3, 2015
3 years
Chris Rees
November 14, 2017
1 year
Julianna Neill
November 28, 2000
18 years