Welcome back to the Overlander – with luck we have had our last Zoom meeting. Unfortunately, our Guest Speaker was unavailable, but no need to worry as Rotarian Don Collins, with a few minutes notice gave a great reminiscence of his time selling caravans. He sold his first camper trailer in 1977. Great for family […]
Thankyou to all those involved in supporting our Bunnings BBQ fundraising on Saturday. We raised $1036 for the day. A great effort! We have been offered another day on the long weekend in March. Either Saturday March 6th or Sunday March 7th . Before accepting, I would like a gauge as to who can help
“I’ve been in conflict resolution my whole career,” says Randy Butler, the founder and CEO of the Institute for Sustainable Peace. A former trial lawyer, Butler abandoned the courtroom to focus on using mediation to resolve disputes and training others in the use of mediation. “I’d found my passion,” he says. In 2018, he led
For the 13th consecutive year, The Rotary Foundation has received the highest rating — four stars — from Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities in the U.S. The Foundation earned the recognition for adhering to sector best practices and executing its mission in a financially efficient way, demonstrating both strong financial health and commitment
Sixty-five years ago, in 1955, I was diagnosed with polio. I was two years old, so I was unaware of what it meant to have been infected with the poliovirus, but I became more aware of it in subtle ways as I got older. And at some point, I understood what my mother meant when
Flexibility is the key. Thanks to Nigel we were able to meet via Zoom. Benji was not hap- py!! One positive was that our Guest Speaker Councilor Rob Priestly was able to speak for an ex- tended length of time and was very willing to answer many question, more than a normal meeting would allow.