Meeting Nights

The club has returned back to the Sands Hotel  from the 23rd of Feb.

Happy Rotary Birthday.

President Peter’s Report

Within the next couple of months, the Sands Hotel will be
starting renovations of the Functions rooms that we currently use for
our meetings. During the construction period we will not have
access to these rooms and may be relegated to the cafeteria or
outside deck area. The new Function rooms will become the Public
Bar and It is likely that the current Public Bar will become the
function room; however the time frame for all this to be completed is
uncertain at this stage and is likely to be unavailable for our 50TH
Anniversary Celebrations on June 1.
Past District Governor Tim Moore has been invited by Rotary
International President Elect Shekha Mehta to be a Facilitator at the
Rotary Leaders Global Institute. PDG Tim will be part of the team
delivering training for The Regional Leaders Training Institute,
covering training in areas including Endowment & Major gifts,
Foundation, Public Image and more. Delivering training for our
regional leaders is a role that requires a high level of skill and
commitment. The appointment of Tim to this important role
recognises his suite of skills. This is a first for District 9820,
congratulations PDG Tim.

The AGM of the Down’s Estate Community Project is being held at
2PM February 27 at the Down’s Estate, 190 Old Wells Road,
Seaford. After the meeting there will be a cuppa, cake and a chance
to chat and look around the property. RSVP by Wednesday,
February 24 to downsestatecommunications@gmail.com.
5pm – 7 pm Thursday March 4, Talbot Hall Seaford Community
Centre. Bring a plate and light refreshments – coffee and tea
available. Early evening along the Kananook Creek Corridor in
autumn is a serendipitous place, and what better way to celebrate
this than together, down by the Creek.


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