March 2018
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South Australia Police Officer of the Year 2018
The South Australia Police Officer of the Year Award has been a major vocational project of the Rotary Club of Unley each year since 1978.
Nominations are received from organisations, local government, service clubs, community groups and individuals from across the State of South Australia. All nominations are considered by the Club and, following consultation with the Commissioner of Police, a deserving recipient is selected.
This year, unlike previous years, it is proposed that nominations for the SA Police Officer of the Year will change to July 2018. It is also planned for the first time that this award will be presented at a public ceremony at the Royal Adelaide Show on the 7th September 2018 at 12.00 noon. Our hope is that the change in locality will bring Rotary more media exposure.
To view the brochure, please  click here  ...
Peace Fellowship Application
Each year, Rotary funds some of the world's most dedicated and brightest professionals to study at Rotary Peace Centers. Through training, study, and practice, Rotary Peace Fellows become leaders and catalysts for peace and conflict resolution; many go on to careers in national governments, NGOs, the military, law enforcement, and international organizations like the United Nations and World Bank.
Applications for the 2019-20 Rotary Peace Fellowship program are now being accepted. The deadline for applicants to submit applications to their district is 31 May 2018. Districts must submit endorsed applications to The Rotary Foundation by 1 July 2018.
Use this link to view the Peace Fellowship Application:
Use this link to view Rotary Peace Fellowship Application Guide:
Rotary Clubs can help in this process by recommending and coaching qualified candidates.
For further information contact Sam Cozens, our District 9520 Scholarships Chair at or 0429 145 532.
Summits Education
Summits is a Boston and Haiti based non-governmental organization operating a network of 40 primary schools serving approximately 10,000 students and 350 educators in Haiti’s Central Plateau. Most families in this rural, mountainous region are subsistence farmers and live on less than $2 dollars per day. We work in partnership with local communities and governmental entities to ensure that schools meet the needs of the whole child, promoting a school environment where each student is healthy, safe, engaged, challenged, and supported.
Over the past decade, important progress has been made to ensure that children have access to education and school attendance rates have increased significantly with a leap in new infrastructures nationwide. However, despite the efforts of the Haitian government and partners, the impact on school quality is still limited in terms of student achievement, teaching practices, and educational facilities. Dire needs are not met such as water, sanitation and canteen programs, and the Haitian education system suffers from persistent dysfunctions such as weak governance, poor teacher capacity, insufficient and inappropriate infrastructure, lack of instructional materials, outdated curriculum and instructional practices, and low primary school completion.
Conscious of these issues, Summits has engaged all its resources to support the efforts undertaken to improve the Haitian education system and improve students learning outcomes in the communities we serve. Summits is not just another NGO doing business as usual. Where others see obstacles, we see opportunities. At Summits, we partner with the Ministry of Education to reinforce the quality of the public education offered in the Central Plateau and we unite with a coalition of partners to ensure efforts are impactful and sustainable.
Teach English Online
Volunteers are needed to teach English to disadvantaged adult students in Burma online and from your home.
No qualifications required.
Training will be provided by Rotarian Ian Stanford from the RC of Norwood. Ian is an online IELTS (International English Language Testing System) teacher. IELTS is the English testing system used by the Australian Government and universities to assess English language competence.
Mostly what is required is support and encouragement for adult students to listen and read materials and to give feedback as to their progress in speaking and writing. The teaching methodology Ian adopts is in keeping with Stephen Krashen, a world expert and Steve Kaufmann, a world renowned polyglot who speaks 17 languages.
The basics are that learning should be fun, easy and effective. So you will be involved in a fun type teaching environment where the students do their own learning rather than the teacher teaching. You will also have fun in learning why you speak and write as you do as most native English speakers know what is correct but don’t know why.
This program with be in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Yangon, Myanmar and with President Elect Haymar who is an IELTS teacher and examiner in Yangon who shares Ian’s passion for fun, easy and effective teaching.
Come and share in the fun and excitement of making a difference in Burma. Learning English is the quickest way to take people out of poverty.
Ian will provide optional information / training sessions in a classroom situation on Saturday mornings for those who like personal face-to face contact and live in Adelaide however online communication will be the norm so where you live is not important.
Ian can be contacted at  or 0431 364 136 and you can view his IELTS training website at
Club of St. Peters
President Arthur and members of the Rotary Club of St Peters are looking forward to the 60th Birthday Celebrations.
All past members and anyone else that has had contact with the Rotary Club of St Peters are most welcome to attend.
The dinner will be held at The Marche Club, Corner Darley & Gorge Roads PARADISE on Tuesday, 24 April 2018 at 6.00 for 6.30 pm $45 per person
pre-dinner drink & 3 course meal
RSVP by 15 April
Ph: 8266 5463 or mobile 0407 647 561
EFT details: Rotary Club of St Peters General Account
BSB  065 129 Acc. No. 00901697 
Reference: Your name
Did you know…The Rotary-on-Linde SHED SALE is the major Community Service activity of the Rotary Club of St Peters. It is held each Saturday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in Linde Reserve at Stepney. A wide range of goods are for sale at bargain prices, including good pre-loved clothing, shoes, books, toys, art, DVDs, LPs & VHS tapes, small household electrical, small furniture, sporting equipment, tools and bric-a-brac items. All proceeds of the sales are used for Rotary projects both locally and internationally, as determined by the club.
Did you know…Our Website reflects the activities, projects and vibrancy of our Club. Take a look –
Did you know… On the 24th April the Rotary Club of St Peters will be celebrating 60 years since its charter and will also be celebrating 50 years since PDG Keith Shaw joined Rotary.
Did you know…We have a long and proud Club History, as recorded below by PDG Dennis Henschke.
Rotaract 50th Anniversary

50 years of Rotaract (District 9500 & 9520) Event
Join us for a night of celebration and reflection as we celebrate the 50th Birthday of Rotaract in 2018

On 13 April 2018, the Rotaract Clubs of South Australia will be holding a 50 Year Anniversary Fundraising Gala Ball, which will recognise and commemorate the work of Rotaractor past and present.

This cocktail event with comprise of live music from the likes of the Dixie Police Band and a local acoustic artist named Henry&Jess. We will also be having a raffle, a luck dip wine wall and an amazing array of silent auction items. Here is a small selection:
  • Karrans of Hyde Park Hand Made Jewelry (Valued at $1000)
  • Canon Camera G9X (Valued at $499.95)
  • TomTom GPS SatNav (Valued at $199)
  • A nights accommodation at Lakes Resort Hotel
Staying true to Rotary’s motto of ‘service above self’, this night is doubling as a Fundraiser, and will be supporting the work of local Charity, The Zahra Foundation. The Zahra foundation aids South Australian women and their children affected by domestic and family violence by empowering them with education and tools to achieve economic independence. All profits from the event will be donated to the Zahra Foundation.

We look forward to seeing you there!
40th Birthday Celebrations
Luncheon - $40 per person
Drinks from the bar
Any dietary requirements, please advise when RSVP
Sunday 18th March 2018
From 12:30 PM
St. Francis Winery
18 Bridge Street, Old Reynella SA      
RSVP: 5th March 2018 to:
Meredith Roach – 0412 330 803
Marion Fielke – 0403 945 749

Rotary Club of Flagstaff Hill Inc
ABN 11 536 759 842 District 9520.
Chartered 16 March 1978
PO Box 901, Flagstaff Hill 5159, Email
Payments via EFT please to;
Rotary Club of Flagstaff Hill
BSB:  105-186
Account No: 024681540
Rotary Club of Edwardstown’s 60th Anniversary
The Rotary Club of Edwardstown plans to celebrate 60 years of service to its community on Sunday, 18th March 2018 at 12:00 for 12:30 at the Glenelg Golf Club.
Please support the club in celebrating this milestone and hear guest speaker Sarah Brown, Purple House.
Anne Ducray
President, Rotary Club of Edwardstown
Phone: 0412 418 077
For an outline of the history of the Rotary Club of Edwardstown over the past 60 years, please click Read more ...
Campbelltown Council's 2018 Citzen of the Year
Peter has demonstrated his willingness to serve the community since joining Rotary in June, 1971.
He was President in 1984 and has served on the many Committees in Rotary over the years. During the past 11 years, he has been very active in working with the regional Domestic Violence Service which covers Campbelltown and almost a quarter of metropolitan Adelaide. His continuing efforts to assist survivors of domestic and family violence in rebuilding their lives, together with his involvement in Rotary and the Rotary Shed is the basis for this nomination.
Peter’s community work with the Eastern Adelaide Domestic Violence Service is outstanding and continues to maintain the existing partnership with the Rotary Club of Campbelltown. Peter’s connection with both services highlights the importance of community connection, building community capacity and best practice when growing partnership opportunities between Service Clubs and Non-Government Organisations. His positive influence has been a conduit in the building of relationships between the two organisations which has ultimately resulted in better outcomes and benefits for the most disadvantaged within our Community.
Rotary Club of Campbelltown Art Show


Project to Honour Our Fallen
As a fellow Rotarian I am writing to all District Governors to introduce a new project called "HONOUR OUR FALLEN" which is a not-for- profit organisation (registration pending) formed to honour and preserve the memory of those deceased military personnel, buried in Australia, who served our Nation in all conflicts and theatres since the Boer War.
In partnership with local Schools, who will research and locate ex-Service personnel graves in local cemeteries, in any area and thereafter, on each Anzac Day beginning in 2018, place an Australian flag on each gravesite or memorial plaque.
I understand you all have a long list of projects for this year, however, please consider Honour Our Fallen to be added.
I have attached a  Media Release , and some  images  of what we are aiming to be the end result every ANZAC DAY.
Women in Rotary International Women’s Day Breakfast
Wednesday 7th March 2018
7.00am for 7.15am start
Concluding by 9.00am.
The Pavilion, Veale Gardens, South Tce, Adelaide.
A joint venture of Districts 9500 and 9520
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Sarah Brown is a woman whose life exemplifies this year’s theme “Leave No Woman Behind”
Sarah is the Chief Executive Officer of WDNWPT and has been helping the Indigenous Directors to run the organisation since its inception more than fifteen years ago. In 2017 she was named Hesta Australia’s Nurse of the Year.
Sarah holds a Master of Nursing, a Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education and a Graduate Diploma in Health Service Management. Prior to joining WDNWPT, she was as a remote area nurse and university lecturer.
Sarah is passionate about Indigenous health, community development and the governance of community organisations. She enjoys sharing her work with the community and is inspired by good news stories every day. She paints, has three kids and can be seen driving her baby blue 56-year-old Morris Minor around Alice Springs!
Working for a female dominated organisation, she believes in the adage "If you want something done, give the job to a busy WOMAN!"
Please bring your business cards for a door prize. There will be raffle tickets available for purchase, at $5 per ticket, with excellent prizes. All profits will be donated to Purple House.
Tickets are $45 per person or book a table of 10 for $450.
This painting depicted will be sold by SILENT AUCTION at the “Women in Rotary” International Women’s Day Breakfast, with all proceeds going to PURPLE HOUSE.
If you are attending the breakfast and would be interested in purchasing, please be sure to bring your credit card.
If you are UNABLE to attend the breakfast but would be interested in purchasing, please contact Lee Camporeale on 0419 854 850 or to discuss her bidding on your behalf.

The painting is by Nanyuma Napangati and measures 107 x 91cm

 Click here  for a bio of the artist Nanyuma Napangati


Rotary Club of Irymple International Women's Day
Rotary Club of Irymple are holding an International Women's Day breakfast at SuniTAFE restaurant.
We have confirmed six guest speakers.
All net proceeds are going to ‘Days for Girls'.
For further information, please contact:
April Castleman on
Sue Hedley on
Please  click here  to view the brochure containing the event details.
Calperum and Taylorville Stations
Calperum Station and Taylorville Station are pastoral leases near Renmark in South Australia, comprising of 242,800 and 92,600 hectares of predominantly open mallee bushland and Murray River floodplains. They form part of Riverland Biosphere Reserve, which is located in the Riverland area of South Australia. The Riverland Biosphere Reserve was previously known as the 'Bookmark' Biosphere Reserve, a name derived from the Aboriginal word Pukumako meaning flint stone axe or sandstone grit hole.
Calperum and Taylorville are important locally, nationally and internationally because of their intact mallee vegetation, the presence of several threatened bird species, and their wetlands and related species. The properties form critical habitat for the endangered black-eared miner (Manorina melanotis). They are also important for the conservation of the nationally vulnerable malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata), the regionally vulnerable bush stone-curlew (Burhinus grallarius) and the nationally vulnerable southern bell frog (Litoria ramiformis).
Calperum Station with its significant Mallee and Murray River wetlands, was purchased by the Chicago Zoological Society in 1993 with assistance from the Australian Government. Taylorville Station was purchased by the Australian Landscape Trust in 2000, with assistance from the Australian Government, as an addition to the Riverland Biosphere Reserve. Both properties are deeded to the Director of National Parks.
Location of the Riverland Biosphere ReserveThe Mallee scrubland of Australia is one of the most endangered vegetation types in the world, with approximately 80 per cent cleared for agriculture in the past 150 years. The mallee, like many parts of Australia, has not responded well to imposed European style land use. In the past the fragile soils and vegetation have been overexposed to grazing and inappropriate land use.
Calperum and Taylorville Stations are managed by the Australian Landscape Trust under contract to the Director of National Parks.
Calperum Photographic Competition
As most Rotarians in D9520 and D9500 already know, Calperum Station has become Rotary’s greatest environmental project in Australia.  
To celebrate our achievements to date, and to appreciate that our best work at Calperum is still into the future, the CALPERUM & THE ENVIRONMENT Committee (CATE) are conducting a Photographic Competition to become part of our Calperum Display at the forthcoming Joint District Conference.
Subjects can be anything you choose, but must have been taken at Calperum Station. For example, they may be wildlife, vegetation, water or even Rotarians having fun.
Entries can be electronic (preferable) or printed (B&W or Colour, prefer 10 x 8 size, and they will be laminated for the display) and retained by CATE for our files. By entering you will be granting CATE permission to use your photo.  Entries can either be
  • emailed to, or

  • Posted to Rotary Photo Competition, C/- CATE, Lvl 3, 97 Pirie Street Adelaide 5000

Entries are now open, and will close on Monday 12 March 2018.
Riseley Forest Update
 ***   UPDATE  &  THANK YOU   ***
The CALPERUM & THE ENVIRONMENT Committee (D9500 & D9520) is pleased to advise that we have achieved our original target of $12,500 towards creating the
The target was set towards the planting of a minimum of 2,500 trees, shrubs and ground-covers at Calperum as part of our major revegetation program commenced over a decade ago. At the CATE meeting in February it was decided that some experimental plantings with an alternative watering system should be funded, and that this should also become part of the RISELEY FOREST.
Thirty out of 90 Club in D9520 and D9500 have to date contributed, but we still need further support for the additional scope of work we have now committed towards, meaning that the total planting will exceed 3,000.  We hope Ian Riseley won’t object to us exceeding his expectation.
A full list of Clubs who have supported the RISELEY FOREST will appear in the Autumn edition of  CALPERUM NEWS.
In addition to the CALPERUM FOREST to acknowledge Ian Riseley’s vision of tree planting around the Rotary world, quite a number of Rotary Clubs are planting a local FOREST, many in conjunction with a local school.
We acknowledge the efforts of innovative initiatives in this regard.  One Club plants a tree for each guest speaker this year, another is seeking to beautify the O-Bahn tunnel in the parklands (good luck), and another held a Club working bee at the President’s farm to plant the trees he needed as windbreaks.
As a photographic tribute to be shared with RI President Ian when he is in Australia in coming weeks, please URGENTLY send photos and more details of your tree planting projects to Don Will at
Health of the River Forum
After a short break whilst the program was being revamped, it is pleasing to advise that in November 2018 this valuable youth project will be hosted again at Calperum in the Riverland.
The program is designed for Year 10 students with a special interest in the environment, and in the past has energised students to pursue this interest into a career. Choice.
As it is envisaged that a maximum of 30 students only will be able to participate this year, early registration from Clubs wishing to sponsor a student is encouraged. The anticipated cost per student for the week long forum is only $500.
Best email address to do so is to Don Will at
ShelterBox Annapurna Trek 2018
My name is Peter Pearce, Rotarian, ShelterBox Ambassador & Response Team Member.
After 20 deployments as a ShelterBox Response Team member in various locations around the world, I am more than excited to inform you that I will be joining the ShelterBox Nepal Trek with the team departing in September 2018.
In 2015 I was deployed to Nepal after the devastating earthquake, therefore,I know firsthand of the hardships this type of disaster causes its people. ShelterBox responded with enough aid to provide shelter for more than 67,000 people.
Your fundraising efforts to provide ShelterBoxes & ShelterKits will transform lives & rebuild communities that have been affected by disaster & humanitarian crisis.

I would love to have your company on this stunning adventure
Interplast Opportunity
See the real Fiji, have the experience of a lifetime and help change lives.We're going to Fiji, will you join us?
Interplast is offering you the opportunity to join their 2018 Fiji Trek and go beyond the tourist beaches into the heart of this Pacific island nation.
  • Explore tropical jungles, see spectacular mountain views and learn about Fijian culture firsthand as you stay in traditional communities.
  • Learn more about Interplast's work on a visit to Suva Hospital. 
  • Raise funds to help Interplast change futures for people in developing countries across the Asia Pacific.
We are only limited by funding. Help us to continue to repair bodies and rebuild lives by joining the trek and inviting others to join too.
Every dollar raised through this week-long trek will make a huge difference and you'll have memories that last forever. Age is no barrier and only a reasonable level of fitness is required.
Dates: Saturday 7 - Sunday 15 July 2018
For more information, please click on the image above.
Maldives 2018
Based upon the success of the last D9520 trip to the Maldives, and the special relationship between our District and introducing Rotary to the Maldives, another Rotary trip is planned in around August 2018 (likely in second half but exact dates TBC) to coincide with the induction of Ahmed Ranesh (the first Maldivian Rotarian in 2011) as the President of the Male Club.
The itinerary of around eleven day will include some time in Male, the bustling capital, a few days relaxing aboard a safari boat exploring the stunning islands and Rotary's work, and then a few days of relaxing on a tropical island.   Hard work we know, but someone has to do it !!!
The ideal tour group will be around 20 participants, and early registration is encouraged by those interested. Travel arrangement to and from Maldives is flexible, and as the Maldives are about half way from Australia to Europe, this visit could be incorporated into a trip elsewhere.  A budget for the component of the tour within the Maldives (eleven days) would be around $1800/$2,000 per person including accommodation, and most meals.
If interested please contact Don Will on, or ring 0414 645 402 on or before 16th so that the level of interest can be established.
Rotary Adventure in Citizenship
This article is a followup to the October article that invites your Rotary Club to sponsor a delegate to attend the annual Rotary Adventure in Citizenship (RAIC) program in Canberra in May 2018.
RAIC is a not-for-profit program run by the Rotary Clubs of Canberra and Woden, in partnership with the Parliamentary Education Office (PEO) for about 35 year 11 students.  Its aim is to give attendees (or delegates as we call the Year 11 students who attend) an in-depth understanding of Australia’s Parliamentary democracy and what it means to be an Australian citizen.

Please  Click Here  to download and view the official Letter to Club Presidents.
Please  Click Here  to download and view the official Brochure.
Please  Click Here  to download and view the official Photo and Video Permission Form.
Please  Click Here  to download and view the official Application Form.
“Creatures of Habit”
Our former District Membership Chair Mark Huddleston has just written his first book.
“Creatures of Habit” is being launched at the District Conference in March. RRP is $24.90. It can then be either picked up from the conference or Mark personally, or pay $8.95 to be posted to you. Please visit to place your order.
Mark says:-
"In Creatures of Habit I explain how yesterday's actions brought about today's membership predicament, and why today's response is so important for Rotary's future. I'll also discuss how to overcome the recruitment barriers we put in place, and will point out the biggest and most counterproductive mistake clubs make when facing membership decline. 

Make no mistake: new members are out there just waiting to join the right version of Rotary.

Creatures of Habit shares every membership tip I've picked up along the way, and explains how we can deliver the right message to the right audience and plot a path to recovery".
RYPEN Applications Now Open
Last year, the District RYLA/RYPEN Committee launched a website specifically for the RYPEN program at This website had provided all of the information clubs have been asking for, and includes a Frequently Asked Questions section, along with the “For clubs” section. It has had over 5,000 views over the past year, and contributed to our most successful RYPEN program.
As we receive questions from clubs we will be updating it so that all clubs can have the most up to date information. It is adaptable to PC, Mac and all mobile devices. So check it out, and let us know what you think.
Another component which we introduced, was that we could accept online applications. While we continue to recognise that many clubs circulate hard copy forms (which are also available on the website), this provides the opportunity for your club to promote the program to a young person (between the ages of 14-17) and for them to apply ON THE SPOT.
One challenge that many clubs face is finding their own applicant. RYPEN is an opportunity to develop young people in our communities in many areas. It also provides a source of new young people in to our club… a gateway to Rotary experiences.
January 2018 Board Decision - Districting in 9500 and 9520 - Australia
I am pleased to inform the District that the Rotary International Board has formally approved Rotary Districts 9500 and 9520 merging to become District 9510, effective 1 July 2020.
The Steering Committee have started working together to bring the two Rotary Districts together.
The members selected for the Steering committee are PDG Euan Miller, PDG Peter Ochota, PDG Bruce Richardson, PDG Malcolm Lindquist, PDG Barbara Wheatcroft, PP Sandy Sumsion, PP Robert Eley and PP D’Arcy Walsh and Asst. Rotary Coordinator Zone 8 (part of) Doug Layng as an ex officio member of the committee.
Bob Cooper
Past President
Rotary Club of Burnside
District 9520, District Governor 2017-2018
Rotary Leadership Institute
Like to meet Rotarians from other clubs and learn more about Rotary? Then Rotary Leadership Institute is for you.
We still have places available in all courses – get started now and register (see below for details) for this exciting Rotary experience.
The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a series of fast paced, interactive, (one weekend) courses offered to refine a Rotarian’s leadership skills and increase their base knowledge of Rotary.
Courses are fun, topical, interactive and geared to busy business people and professionals who would like to be more dynamic as leaders and members of their vocation and club. The training provides a better understanding of Rotary and its programmes, thus developing more effective Rotarians.
The Rotary Leadership Institute was formed in 1992 and it has been adopted by 192 Rotary Districts in 94 countries around the world. Participants are expected to contribute their experience and ideas in facilitated discussion groups (not more than 15 participants) and the aim is to acquire leadership skills and grow Rotary knowledge. A deeper understanding of the unique nature of each Rotary club is fostered and participants are encouraged to learn from these differences. The style of the courses is conversational and learning comes by sharing knowledge, ideas and opinions.
The Institute offers courses in two full day sessions (9:00am to 5:00pm) and participants must complete day 1 before proceeding to day 2. Rotary Clubs are asked to select at least two candidates for RLI annually and encouraged to send as many members as show interest in attending. Graduates return to their club with enthusiasm, new contacts, fresh ideas, an increased understanding of their potential as Rotarians, adding valuable skills that will impact on the club.
Combined District 9500 / 9520 Conference 2018
This year's District Conference is a combined Conference between Districts 9500 and 9520.
DGs Peter Schaefer (9500) and Bob Cooper (9520) invite you to enjoy a visit to the Barossa Valley from 23rd to 25th March 2018 for a conference with a difference, “Making a difference”.
For more information, please visit the Conference website at
To view the official District Conference Publication, please  Click here . Please consider publishing this in your own club Bulletins and Newsletters.
IFCR Australia (International Fellowship of Cricket Loving Rotarians) invites Rotarians in Australia to learn about our wonderful Cricketing Fellowship.
All Rotarians in Australia who are interested in cricket, as player, umpire, scorer, reader, watcher or enthusiast, can be a member and participate in the IFCR Australia Fellowship.
Membership of IFCR Australia has grown to well over 200, commencing in 1993 at the RI Convention in Melbourne.
Our major upcoming event is
The 10th World Rotary Cricket Festival in Melbourne
Sunday 20th January to Friday 25th January 2019.
Join Australian IFCR by completing the Aus Membership Application 2016

Upcoming Events
Presidents Elect Training
Apr 07, 2018 – Apr 08, 2018
Somerton Park Club 30th Anniversary
Grange Golf Club
Apr 07, 2018
2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Rotary Youth Program of ENrichment
Apr 19, 2018 3:00 PM –
Apr 21, 2018 3:00 PM
St Peters Club 60th Birthday
The Marche Club
Apr 24, 2018 6:00 PM
Rotary Leadership Institute - Session Four
St Francis of Assisi School
Apr 28, 2018 8:30 AM –
Apr 29, 2018 5:00 PM
Loxton Club 60th Anniversary
Loxton Hotel
May 26, 2018
District Assembly Training
May 27, 2018
RI Toronto Convention
Jun 23, 2018 – Jun 27, 2018


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