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World Premiere of "Out of Chaos comes Beauty"
Original music, dance and projections
7:30pm Saturday 28 October at The Cube, Wodonga
Tickets 02 6022 9311
Come and see a great show, and support The Rotary Foundation.

PDG Philip Clancy in conjunction with our district ARH representative Rosemary Freeman is strongly supporting the RSL's PTSD campaign 'Sharing the Anzac Spirit'.

Clubs are encouraged to purchase the pull up banner pictured and display at club meetings.

A Pull Up Banner is 850mm x 2000mm and is priced at $200. (P&P included).

How to order:

EFT Payment: Australian Rotary Health
BSB 112 879
Account: 065 433 595
Reference: RSL PTSD

Send an email to admin@arh.org.au
Include a copy of your receipt and you Rotary club and contact name along with delivery address.

Working Towards the Mental Health for Our Returned Service Personnel
 

What if the secret to moving past trauma could be unlocked through analysing and re-scripting our dreams?

 

New research funded by Australian Rotary Health, Rotary District 9790, and some RSL Clubs in Victoria will investigate neurological, psychological, and phenomenological differences between Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) nightmare sufferers and adaptive dreamers (those who experience a dream of a traumatic event).

    
The Rotary Club of Sunbury are holding "The Longest Lunch" to raise funds for research into mental illness.
Limited numbers only available so book early to avoid disappointment
Making a difference is an expression you hear all the time about Rotary, the opportunities that we have and the things that we do.

What kind of a difference each club and each Rotarian chooses to make will always be their own decision. But we are united in our organization and its common principles: our insistence on ethics and our commitment to Service Above Self.
 
In Rotary, we know that we can do more together than we could ever hope to do alone.  It is the principle on which our service is based, and it is true at every level of Rotary.

At the end of my year as DG the legacy that I wish to leave our district is ‘Happy clubs, Happy District’. If we can achieve that by working more collaboratively together, between clubs and across the district, then the exchange of ideas, the friendships created and the goals that we achieve can only lead to happier more engaged Rotarians.
 
If this is achieved then this can have the added flow on effect of increased membership which obviously will have a greater benefit on the world we live in, locally, nationally and internationally.

Let me emphasize again that the year ahead of us all is to make it Rotary’s year to shine.
 
It is the year all of us have committed to dedicate to service through Rotary. 
It is Rotary making a difference by building stronger and more active clubs that serve in better and more lasting ways.
It is believing in a Rotary that is recognized for the good work it does — a Rotary that will continue to grow, to endure, to go from strength to strength — making a difference to our communities, our countries, and our world.
 
That is what we will achieve together this year.

Rotary: Making a Difference.

Y.I.R Bernie
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