BULLETIN 18 August 2019 

District Governor: Jane Owens
Club President: Steve Barilla
Club Secretary: Marie-louise Lees (
“Together we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change -
across the globe, in our communities and in our lives.”
Forward Programme
Monday 19th August 2019 – Meeting 3007
Guest Speaker
Mark Haywood
Resource Recovery
Angela Moore
Toast PP Mike Williams
Fellowship Marie-louise Lees
Plaques Angela Moore
Monday 26th August 2019 – Meeting 3008
Guest Speaker
PP Lance Hatcher
Amendments to Club By-Laws
Chair PP Davie Griffiths
Toast Mark Smeaton
Fellowship Stan Roulston
Plaques PP Bruce Eastick
Monday 2nd September 2019 - Meeting 3009
Guest Speakers
Shenae Osman and Natalea Jenkin
Kick Start For Kids-Gawler & District College-Rotary Proposed Reading and Mentoring Programme
Chair Marie-louise Lees
If only closed minds came with closed mouths.
Don’t confuse the people who are always around you with the people who area always there for you.
If symptoms persist insult your doctor.
Anyone can hit rock bottom – but can you bounce back.
It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice.
Meetings, unless otherwise noted are 6 for 6:30pm at Gawler Sport and Recreation Centre,
Nixon Terrace Gawler. RSVP by 10am Monday morning by SMS only to 0437 759 256
Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club Gate: 21 Aug, 4 Sep, 18 Sep, 7 Oct, 25 Oct, 7 Nov
Gawler Show Parking 24&25th August 
ONE Volunteers Needed for Saturday afternoon 
Contact Ron Lloyd or Mark Smeaton if you can help
Gawler Car Club Swap Meet Catering Sunday 22 September
DIK Working Bee 19 October
Rotary Clubs of Gawler Village Fair 2 November
District Conference - 3-5 April 2020, Whyalla.  Earlybird Packages close 1 Dec. 
Proposed Change: “That the Rotary Club of Gawler Inc adds Corporate Membership and Family Membership to the types of memberships offered.”
This motion will be discussed and voted on by Rotarians at the August 26th meeting.

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We are the essence of what we think. As we think, so do we do.
If we think kindly about others, our acts will reflect these inner
thoughts. If we espouse the principles of decency, honesty and
justice, our conduct and business dealings will radiate far more
effectively than advertising the Rotary concept of the brotherhood
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 to which no true Rotarian should lay claim.
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Meeting Report Monday 13th August 2019 Meeting 3006
The Meeting was chaired by President Steve Barilla with 24 members attending. There were no guests. Mike Jacob proposed the toast and fines donations will go to ARH
PP Patsy Johnson reminded members of stamp collections and after enquiries from members mentioned there are collection bags available.
PP Mike Williams as Almoner reported Kevin Clarke had surgery today and Bruce Eastick is in Gawler Health Services and would welcome visitors.
PP Colin Bazeley announced the update on the Child Protection policy. Essentially those involved in Youth, especially YEP require WWC checks and Volunteer Declaration. Colin will contact those Rotarians who need them. Rotarians undertaking general project work no longer require them.
PP Ron Lloyd reminded Members of the Gawler Show commitment Two more volunteers are still needed – One for Saturday PM and one for Sunday PM Patsy volunteered for the Sunday spot and Ron asked to please contact him if you can help on Saturday.
PP Brian Burt thanked those who brought along guests last week. Please keep in touch with them. Brian attended the Kapunda 60th meeting which was a good night. He was pleased to report that they recognised the great work Elizabeth Briggs did while at the club. Tomorrow, 13th August is World Left Handers Day. Brian stated that the Club Admin committee meeting will be held at Brian’s house.
President’ Address
Steve asked if there were any club visits. Trish and Alan attended the Kapunda 60th. Steve also thanked Bob, Leanne, Geoff and Dino for their ongoing work at the Gawler Racecourse gates.
Barry Stewart as Sergeant announced Marie-louise as 1st Prize and Kym Potger as 2nd winner. The Bunyip roundup included a “10 year ago” of the Gawler Racecourse upgrade. This was mentioned because work was undertaken to accommodate Bob and Geoff! There were also several birthdays mentioned which were acknowledged with a resounding rendition of Happy Birthday. Mike Jacob and Ian Sanders spoke of their recent travels. Mike to Europe and Ian on the Ghan for the 90th Anniversary trip. Both commented on the major temperature shift from mid 30C to 3C on their return this morning.
Steve said he is looking forward to seeing the progress of the committees and urged all members to update their volunteer service hours at their committee meetings. Next meeting will be Mike Haywood on Resource Recovery. Members are encouraged to bring partners and invite guests to enjoy this talk by an invited guest speaker. Angela will be Chair for the night.  Steve then asked members to recite the 4 Way Test before closing the meeting.
Committee meetings were held following close of the meeting.
Some time ago, there passed away a man who was noted for a life of extraordinary usefulness. Many people were interested in knowing something of the motives which had impelled this person in his unselfish pursuit of opportunities for doing good.  A clue was discovered when someone found in his pocket the following poem, crumpled, well worn and with marginal notes.
“The clock of life is wound but once,
And no man has the power
To tell just when the hands will stop,
At later or early hour.
Now is the only time you own,
Give, love, toil with a will,
Place no faith in tomorrow,
For the clock may then be still.
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