Volume 67 | Issue 2 |  18 July 2022

We gather together on the traditional Lands of the Wurundjeri and Woi Wurrung people. We pay our respects to all of Melbourne’s First Peoples, to their ancestors and Elders, and to our shared future together.
After an absence since 15 June, it was great to get back to HQ this week to celebrate the amazing effort by club members at the recent Camberwell Art Show (CAS) otherwise known as ‘Thank God it’s Over’ (TGIO). We were treated to a smorgasbord of delights provided by and shared with members. The CAS Chair, Murray Anderson did a terrific job acknowledging a number of individuals whose personal lives were on hold for most of the two to three weeks while they delivered this major event. Thank you, Murray for a successful TGIO. Thank you to the CAS team and to all the members who assisted.
Kerry Anne Frost provided an update of her past two weeks or so in Moshi. Impressively she has delivered a container of desks and chairs to a much appreciative Secondary School. Amongst a number of initiatives, she is lobbying the municipality to improve the sewerage system for the same school. Students are suffering the effects of open sewerage through the school grounds. Kerry Anne is truly an inspiration with her Team Vista work.
A reminder to members to continue to support the Camberwell Sunday Market. It is equally important for those on the roster to arrive in a timely manner. We are committed to provide four half shifts to the market every week and in return we receive consistent funds for our Charity funds.
Next week, the theme will be ‘Introducing the President’. I will provide a brief bio and an outline of the priorities for the coming Rotary year. 
Note that next week the bar will be cashless. The Bar will have the use of an  EFTPOS machine for transactions. If you prefer to use cash, you will need to have the correct amount. Should you wish to have more than one drink, the EFTPOS machine will be available during the meeting for payment. Please make your payment before you help yourself to another glass. You will also be able to purchase raffle tickets on the same basis on entry.
Look forward to seeing you at next week’s meeting. Following the meeting, our Board will meet for our first meeting.
President Rotary Club of Camberwell 2022-23
Imagine What's Next
The Rotary International Convention is the perfect event to discover new opportunities through Rotary. Taking place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and Rod Laver arena, the conference will welcome thousands of fellow Rotarians from across the globe to our wonderful city.
This event is unmissable and now is the time to register to attend. 
Registrations are now open, with early registration pricing available until 15 December 2022.
Hands On Volunteering Workshop 
Malvern Golf Club | 23 July 2022
With so many members expressing an interest in starting their own hands-on volunteering project, this is a must-attend workshop to learn from the experts on how to start a project that volunteers - especially younger volunteers - are keen to get involved with.
Free to attend.
National Tree Planting Day  | 31 July 2022
Come join us on Sunday 31 July 2022 for National Tree Planting Day coordinated by Rotary Melbourne.
The sites are likely to be in Clayton and Kensington.
Bring your gardening gloves and wear sturdy footwear! This is a great event to invite family and friends along to, so we can all make a meaningful difference, together.
To register interest please send an email to
and Peter Berg from Rotary Melbourne will be in touch with further details. 
RAWCS Sydney Flood Appeal
Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) has launched the first national appeal to support and resource Rotary clubs in flood-affected areas in and around Sydney Basin.
Find out how you can help.
Upcoming Speakers
Jul 20, 2022
Introduction of our new Club President - (Chair - Patrick Docherty)
Jul 27, 2022
Past Presidents Night - (Chair - TBA)
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Camberwell Sunday Market  | July Roster

Thank you for your support!
Support our Art Show Sponsors | Antique Roadshow
Our Sponsors are a vital part of a successful Camberwell Art Show, so it's important we support them wherever possible.
We are invited to attend an "Antiques Roadshow"-themed morning tea at 1306 High Street Malvern, Thursday 28 July at 10:30am.
If we can get a minimum of 12 members and guests to attend, they will donate $500 to the club.
2022 Camberwell Art Show Chair, Murray Anderson, has offered to coordinate the RSVPs.
RSVP by 26 July via email to:
Moshi - Week 2 | Insights from Kerry Anne Frost
As always things are polepole (slow) so achieving my list of ‘jobs to do’ each week never really happens.
We spent most of the week catching up with the various primary schools, checking on the kids and trying to get a letter written and a short video. Their English is so incredibly poor.
Accommodation is very basic and to get enough warm water to wash my hair is a challenge. There is also no wifi at the accommodation.
I have resorted to buying a ‘router’ for wifi for Team Vista house. Costly but what a difference it has made.....
Upcoming Events
Camberwell Sunday Market
Market Place
Jul 17, 2022
6:50 AM – 1:00 PM
Club Dinner Meeting - Meet Your President
Conochie Hall, Canterbury Centre
Jul 20, 2022
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Board Meeting
Canterbury Centre
Jul 20, 2022
8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Camberwell Sunday Market
Market Place
Jul 24, 2022
6:50 AM – 1:00 PM
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Joe Yeh
July 4
Pierre Kriegler
July 4
Michael Blood
July 5
George de Souza
July 12
John Sanders
July 15
Andy Chappell
July 20
Alan Lorenzini
July 28
Spouse Birthdays
Andrea Lorenzini
July 15
Bill Kirk
July 26
Christine Landsberg
July 31
Ian McMillan
Pamela McMillan
July 21
John Steven
Audrey Steven
July 28
Join Date
Peter Pratt
July 1, 1996
26 years
Anita Bejerano
July 10, 2019
3 years
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