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Difford, Murray
 
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Dyball, Ian
 
Room Set Up
Blanch, Warren
 
Introduce Guest Speaker
Drury, Mark
 
Thank Guest Speaker
Woollard, Ian
 
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Blanch, Warren
 
 
 
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President Ian opened the meeting and welcomed members and guests to our meeting. He also welcomed Dawn Beer, Judy Richardson and Heather Hole to the meeting.
The President’s toast was given to Suzie Ploder for all her hard work as Fundraising Director.
Unfortunately our Guest Speaker, Marilyn Sendar, could not be with us for the night due to another late commitment and we will have her back soon.
President Ian opened the meeting and welcomed guest Speaker Graham Taylor. He extended a warm welcome to Brian and Heather Hole, pleased to see Brian well again and back with us.
Board meeting held last week with discussion regarding Think Big Session, details at a later date.
Mentioned members need to contact Bianca to ensure that they have undertaken the Working with Youth Protection requirements. Bianca will contact you as your renewal comes due. Needed for such activities as RYDA and Science Challenge as well as other youth contact activities.
Club Assembly planned for 29 April 2019 and Combined Club meeting at Kings Creek on May 16.
Donation of $500 made to Bishop Tyrell Place to construct Botanical Garden, working bee later to construct garden.
David Denning reported that Football Roster is not required until 28 April 2019.
RAWCS annual fee of $10, many members payment still outstanding. See David Denning as soon as possible regarding this.
Discussion took place regarding aspects of Members Insurance during sporting activities. Bianca helped to enlighten us.
Ian welcomed Rotarians, guests and friends to our meeting.
Guests included Mick Parsons – Chamber of Commerce - our guest speaker, Amanda Brockwell, Brad & Michelle Christensen, Mike Kelly and Artie Hudson – Lions Club, together with member partners, Jan Small, June Braithwaite, Jenny Fisher, Terry McCaffrey and Heather Hole.
David Denning thanked all who helped on the Football Canteen over the weekend. A successful day was had.
On Monday night we had our Rotary Club of Taree meeting at the Winning Post Function Centre, Taree Race Club.
 
President Ian welcomed all to our Christmas gathering and also gave a toast to our sister club the Rotary Club of Okayama Chuo.
President Ian gave his toast to Past President Joy McCaffrey for the work put into producing our Weekly Bulletin.
President Ian also gave credit to the new incoming Board for 2019 /2020 under the leadership of Ross Tingle.  A big thank you to all for giving your time so freely in order to continue to make our Club run smoothly.
President Ian gave his toast to Past President Brian Hole for all the work he has undertaken within and for Rotary. Well done Brian.
He also touched on the visit to Currie Bros last week, noting what an interesting place this was to visit.
He sang the praises of Les Miserable and what an exceptional show it was. We have some extraordinary talent in this area. He also sang the praises of David Denning for his work on set construction, Ashley Cleaver for his amazing photography and Kylie Cleaver for her role in production of this play.
Acting Sergeant at Arms welcomed everyone to our meeting.
 
President Ian gave his toast to David Denning for his input and hard work on the sets of Les Miserable.
President Ian gave his toast to Ross Tingle who has now taken up the position of President Elect. Well done Ross. Our support is with you.
He also welcomed back Col Rose, Bianca Adimari and Joy McCaffrey who have all been away on leave.
As this night was our Club Assembly night some of our Directors spoke to us on their various portfolios.
 
 Ashley Cleaver spoke to us on Membership and Public Relations
 Bianca Adimari spoke to us on Youth Compliance Protocols and Insurance. Bianca is also our District Insurance Officer.
 Murray Difford – gave us an overview of where we are at and what is happening in Youth. Particularly where the Youth Ambassador program is at.
 
Murray also informed members of the Movie Fundraiser being put on by the Rotary Club of Taree on Manning.”Bohemian Rhapsody” at Fays Twin Cinema on Wednesday 14 November 2018. Please see attached flyer.
Kevin Sharp spoke on our Golf Day to be held on 26 January 2019. Please ensure you mark this in your diary to assist with this awesome fundraiser for our Club. Your help is needed.
Susie Ploder also advised that from a Fundraising point of view there will be a Bunnings BBQ to be held on 15 December 2018. Please note this in your diary and lend a hand to this fundraiser.
Members please do not forget the District Governor’s visit to our Club. This coming Tuesday 30 October 2018 (Not Monday 29 October 2018) at Club West for 6.00pm.
President Ian opened the meeting and reported on his attendance at opening of Oncology Unit at Manning District Hospital as part of hospital additions.
President Ian and Dianne also attended concert at Entertainment Centre featuring Manning Valley Concert Band and featuring Mitchel Brown celebrating 100 years of Anzac.
President Ian welcomed members and guests to our meeting, particularly our guests PDG Brian Beasley and his lovely wife Heather. Visiting Rotarians Paul & Elizabeth Tollis, Geoff & July Fuller and Judy Northam from the Rotary Club of Taree on Manning. It was also good to see our friend Judy Richardson back again and to also welcome Ashley Selibio who is a nominee for our Club’s Youth Ambassador position. A bonus was to have visiting Rotarians Regina and Vim from the Rotary Club of Springfield, Queensland at our meeting.
President Ian welcomed members to our meeting, which is our Membership Meeting.
His toast for the night was to Past President Murray for all his hard work with respect to our Battery Muster Project. This Project has taken off and is a credit to all the hard work put in by Murray and his team. Congratulations and well done. 
President Ian welcomed David Denning back from his trip to Kokoda and noted that we look forward to hearing of his trip later in this meeting.
 
President Ian reported on the successful visit of our Japanese Exchange student Natsuko who enjoyed her time her immensely.

President David welcomed everyone to our meeting.
David gave the President’s toast to Club Members Max Carey, Kevin Sharp and Neil Hanington for all their hard work and time given to paint the flag pole in Fotheringham Park. A job well done.
Reminder that our Club’s Change Over Dinner will be held on 6 July 2018 at the Winning Post Function Centre, Manning Valley Race Club. Please note your diaries.
President David welcomed everyone to our meeting.
David gave the President’s toast to Club Member Peter Tinney for being an all round good bloke.
Reminder that our Club’s Change Over Dinner will be held on 6 July 2018 at the Winning Post Function Centre, Manning Valley Race Club. This is just twelve short weeks away. Please note your diaries.
 
Monday evening saw us putting our heads together to look at ways to increase membership into our Club. This evening was conducted by Alan Small in Ashleigh’s absence and as part of the Membership Committee. Alan commenced the meeting with the following opening words:
President David welcomed members and guests to our meeting.
He gave a special President’s toast to Club Member Phil Streatfield for his involvement with International Service and his work with our Exchange Student Bailee Pinnock.
President David advised that member Tanja Olwoch (formerly Curcic) will be leaving for Uganda on Wednesday.
We have received an invitation from the Probus Club of Old Bar to attend their AGM to be held on Thursday 22 March 2018.

President David welcomed members and guests to our meeting.

He also welcomed visiting partners to our meeting. He gave a special President’s toast to our Club Member Rod Latimore, our quiet achiever, for all his efforts in assisting and helping our Club.

President David welcomed members and guests to our meeting.
He gave a special welcome to Judy Richardson and Glen Stevens to our meeting.
He gave a special toast to Club member Kevin Sharp for his services to Rotary and in particular for all the work that has gone into coordinating and planning the Golf Day which was once again hugely successful.

President David welcomed members and guests to our meeting.

He gave a special toast to member Susie Ploder for all the work she does for our Club, particular in the area of fundraising. Well done Susie.

He welcomed Peter and Fiona Tinney to their first meeting as members.  Peter will also give his new member talk tonight which we look forward to.

 

It was with pleasure that President David inducted three new members into our Club.
Firstly, Peter Tinney was inducted with his classification being Anglican Priest. Secondly, Fiona Tinney was inducted, with her classification being Business and Communications Management, and thirdly Tanja Curcic was inducted with her classification being Educator International.
Our Club and its members welcome, Peter, Fiona and Tanja as members to our Club and looks forward to working on many projects, events and the like into the future. The experiences and ideas you bring to our Club will be greatly appreciated.
President David with Peter and Fiona Tinney, after their induction as members to our Club.
President David welcomed members and guests to our meeting. As well as a special welcome to our guest speaker Barry Lambert whose topic tonight will be “Cannabis / Hemp – Why has this opportunity been hijacked?”. We look forward to hearing from Barry regarding this subject.
He also welcomed Peter and Fiona Tinney and Tanja Curcic, Chris Olwoch and Debbie Callinan to our meeting as well as member partners.
He advised that there will be three inductees into our Club tonight, which makes this a very special night for us indeed.
It was truly amazing night, and it raised more than $27,000 for the Manning music program in schools.
Organised by the Rotary Clubs of the Manning Valley, the Christmas cocktail party was held on the stage of the Manning Entertainment Centre.
“What a blast,” said Murray Difford, Rotary Assistant Governor for the MidCoast area. “There we are finally onstage at the Manning Entertainment Centre sipping wine, enjoying delicious finger food from Rotarian JulieAnn Booth (Centrepoint Café) and musicians and dancers appear from nowhere in our midst. Just amazing”.
For those who missed the AGM recently, following please see where we currently stand with Office Bearers and Directors for the 2018 / 2019 Rotary year. Anyone who would be interested in taking on a vacant role please contact Ian Woollard.
President David gave a toast generally to the Rotary Club of Taree and all its members for being an outstanding Club and one it is a privilege to be associated with.
 
David also gave a big welcome to our guests for the evening, the new Rector at St Johns Church, Rev Peter Tinney and his wife, Fiona.
President David welcomed everyone to the meeting and gave a special toast to Alan Small for all his help and assistance to our Rotary Club.
 
David also read a letter of thanks from our Past Youth Ambassador Mitch Brown where he thanked our Club for our support of his project the Hunter Wind Ensemble.
President David Denning welcomed everyone to our meeting. A special Welcome to our Youth Ambassador Marylyn Sendah, her family and friends. Marylyn will be doing her Public Speaking Speech tonight as part of the Rotary District 9560 Public Speaking Competition.
President David then made a toast to our Vocational Services Director Ross Tingle for the great effort he put into organizing our 80th Charter Anniversary night and for co-ordinating and organizing for Japanese visitors whilst they were here. Great effort Ross and team a great time was had by all.
He advised that the Million Dollar Dinner is on target and should be a good night. This will be held on 18 November 2017.
Our meeting this week was held at the Taree West Bowling Club (Club West).
President David reported on the work program at Rotary Park and Director Neil Hannington thanked all those members who were able to assist.
 
Past President Murray welcomed members to the meeting. He also gave a special welcome to Di Rose.

The Hunter Wind Ensemble event held last Thursday evening was an excellent night. This concert was held at St. John’s Church, Taree. There was an excellent turnout to support the Ensemble. This was a fund raiser to help raise enough funds to help send these wonderful musicians to Spain and Portugal next year.
Past President Murray welcomed members and PDG Maurie Stack.
President David and Sandi together with President Elect Ian and Dianne are at present at Kokoda building a new nurses quarters at Kokoda Hospital from shipping containers. Looking forward to pictures!
Noted that Public speaking will be held in Gloucester November 2, nominations from clubs from Gloucester, Forster Old Bar, Wingham and Taree will be speaking. Also Club has been invited to cater at Quarry B B Q 21 October, volunteers needed.
The Battery Muster is now on track. Club members also assisted with gates at show.
President David welcomed all members and guests to the meeting.
He also welcomed our guest speaker for the night George Hoad – who spoke to us on “Inspirational Gardens”.
President David reminded us that our 80th Anniversary Dinner is being held on 23 September. Please RSVP to Ross Tingle prior to 15 September 2017. Dress: Coat and tie for men and dressy for women.
You can register via ClubRunner or contact Ross. Funds to be paid either direct to Phil Streatfeild or direct credit.
He also reminded us that there would be no meeting on the 25 September due to our 80th Anniversary Dinner being held on the 23 September 2017.
The Rotary of Taree received an application in March 2017 from Bailee Pinnock for the OUTWARD-BOUND ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE PROGRAM for 2018.

Bailee was interviewed during March by the Club’s selection panel and found to be a very suitable candidate.
 
 
President David welcomed members and guest, Jenny Fisher to our meeting. He gave a special welcome to our guest speaker District Director, Rotary Foundation – Jo Wilkin. 
The primary aim of the Model United Nations Assembly is, like so many programs of Rotary International, the building bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding.
MUNA simulates the workings of the United Nations General Assembly by having teams of senior high school students represent a particular United Nations country in debates on matters of world political and social concern.
Students are provided in advance of the topics they are to debate, and must research the policies and opinions of their “adopted” country, which may well be, and often are, very different to those held by the students or of contemporary Australia. Students are encouraged to make sympathetic and informed comments on world issues.
Students are encouraged to dress in the style of their adopted country, and do so with great imagination.

Thank you to Bruce Moy, Max Carey, Ian Woollard, Warren Blanch, Ross Tingle, Murray Difford, Mark Drury and David Denning for all their hard work.
A big thanks to Mark Drury for providing the 40 Tallowwood trees, water tanker and plastic covers and to Max and Valley Industries for the 50 stakes. Of course an equally big thanks to the children from MVAC School.
 
President David welcomed members and guests to the meeting.
He extended a warm welcome to our special guests for the night DG Bob Ryan and his wife Margaret.
Sergeant at Arms, Warren Blanch, made the toasts to Rotary, Australia and the Queen.
President David welcomed members and Guests to the meeting.
He extended a warm welcome to our guest Speaker for the night PDG Maurie Stack.
He advised that today he, Kevin Sharp and Bruce Moy painted the demountable at Manning Valley Anglican College. It is hoped that this will be completed tomorrow.

President Murray welcomed all members to the meeting and especially two Rotarian guests –

Ken and Julie Hatfield – RC Darwin Sunrise, NT

Johnnie and Janet Hall – RC Cookeville, Tennessee, USA.

 

 

Sergeant at Arms Warren Blanch commenced the meeting by leading the invocation and toasts.
President Murray Difford gave his toast to the Golf Committee for their excellent work on the Golf Day. Murray also welcomed our guests and Rotarians to the meeting.
President Murray read a letter from Blandia Allen. She is excited to start her university life after her year of community service. Blandina thanked the Rotary Club of Taree for supporting her studies and her success.
Acting Sergeant at Arms Ian Woollard commenced the meeting by welcoming our guests and leading the invocation and toasts.
President Murray welcomed Rotarians and guests and gave apologies for those who could not be with us. Murray acknowledged the hard work of several Rotarians who, with much effort, installed recycled seating at Manning Valley Anglican College.
President Murray opened the meeting at 6:40pm as directed by time-keeper Herb Beer.
 
Director David Denning advised that the banners for Golf Day on Australia Day are being collected and would be erected at Golf Club at 8 am Wednesday. Benches supplied by Council will be installed at Manning Valley Anglican College on Thursday at 8.30 am. All welcome to assist.
 
The next BBQ at Bunnings will be Saturday February 11, volunteers are needed.
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Meet and Greet
Difford, Murray
 
Meet and Greet Assistant
Dyball, Ian
 
Room Set Up
Blanch, Warren
 
Introduce Guest Speaker
Drury, Mark
 
Thank Guest Speaker
Woollard, Ian
 
Room Pack Up and Tidy
Blanch, Warren
 
 

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Taree

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Club Taree (Taree RSL & Golf Club)
121 Wingham Road
Taree, NSW  2430
Australia
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President Ian presented cheque for $ 3,250 to PDG Maurie Stack for Australian Children's Music Foundation. Similar amounts will be donated to Children's Ward at Hospital and Westpac Rescue Helicopter. PDG  Maurie Stack congratulates  Rotarian Kevin Sharp chairman of Australia Day Golf Committee which raised almost $ 10,000.
 
Karen  Norling and with Sandra Fishwick on Town Hall steps in Hamburg at the Rotary World Convention  May 2019.
 
Sandra also entertained Rotary Club members in Bathgate, Scotland with her description of Avocado growing in Australia.
 
Local member Steve Bromhead  indicated to us that he had made representations regarding painting of Martin  bridge. He had negotiated that bridge would be painted light grey (not pink} instead of the usual dark steel grey and that LED lighting would be installed, making Taree's Martin Bridge unique.
 
Every month we all receive our monthly regional magazine ‘Rotary Down Under’ (RDU), and/or The Rotarian’. These publications offer a range of articles and general information of projects and activities of our own and other Clubs and Districts throughout our Rotary zone.
They are our magazines…..let’s enjoy them and use them to spread the works of this great organisation. Why not contribute with articles of your own Clubs projects.
These magazines are an excellent vehicle for carrying the Rotary message to your local communities.
When you have finished with your copy, why not drop it into your doctor, dentist, or hairdresser’s waiting rooms? This is a simple and effective way of raising Rotary’s profile.
Our Guest Speaker, Graham Taylor, gave us an insight into his trip to Edinburgh where he gave a lecture about Children’s’ Behavioural Problems and the method he has instigated to assist in controlling these problems.
He travelled, via Barcelona in Spain across to Islands of Balearic and Minorca, then along Coast of Spain, then to England and then to Edinburgh in Scotland where he delivered his lecture.
Graham was introduced by Dr Colin Rose.
 
 
Father Peter Tinney with Graham Taylor
Ken spoke to our Club on the Riverstage Project, giving an overview of where this project is now up to. He provided brochures for members to read.
 
President Ian Woollard, Ken Raison and Neil Hanington
Murray Difford introduced our guest speaker Mike Parsons.
Mike is the Vice President of the Harrington Crowdy Head Chamber of Commerce Management committee. He is a Director of the Professionals Real Estate, Harrington as well as being Chairman of the Board for Football Mid North Coast.
Les Hogarth introduced our guest speaker for tonight, Brian Beesley.
Brian is a member of Gloucester Rotary Club in District 9650.
He is a Past District Governor from the years 2012 / 2013. He led a Group Study Exchange team to Germany District 1860 in 2009 and has experience with most facets of Rotary at both District and Club level.
We won the Youth Award at the recent District Conference for 2018-19.
 
Below the Youth Director Murray Difford with President Ian Woollard
 
Ross Tingle introduced our guest speaker for the evening Terry Stanton, who is a retired Solicitor and who is married, with three grown up children. He is also an amazing musician. He has recently taken up an interest in the homeless within our local area. Over the years, through his local church, he has had the opportunity of taking on welfare work.
 
 
Alan Small, AG Murray Difford, Fiona and Peter Tinney,  Susie Plode, President Ian and Di Woollard, PP David Denning, Sandi Outtrim and PE Ross Tingle.
    
 
 DISTRICT 1450 DENMARK GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE TEAM ITINERARY- Taree
DATE
DAY/TIME
EVENT/Details
1st March
Friday 1.30pm
Handover at North Brother Mountain. Laurieton Club to provide picnic lunch. Travel to Mid Tour break accommodation at Forster
2nd March
Saturday
Mid-tour rest day at Forster Holiday village
3rd March
Sunday 10.00am
Pick up from accommodation at Forster by hosts. Drive to Seal Rocks Beach and Lighthouse. Lunch at Pacific Palms Recreation Club. Return to host houses. Dinner with hosts.
Monday 8.00am
8.00am Sunrise milking at Latimore’s Farm.
9.30am Breakfast at Valley café.
10.30 Russel Saunders gallery tour
12.30 BBQ lunch at Rotary park
1.30 Manning Valley Men’s Shed
3.00pm Valley industries
Team presentation at Taree Rotary meeting
5th March
Tuesday 8.00am
Vocational visits.
5th March
Tuesday 6.30pm
Social Dinner at King Ck via Krambach with Gloucester Club
6th March
Wednesday
Travel from Taree to Walcha. Meet Walcha club at Gingers Ck Store for Lunch @ 12.30
 
 
More photos in "Photo Album"
Members as you may be aware, former Rotary member Harvey Else has released his book on an amazing flying career. Alan Small went to the release of Harvey’s book on Saturday 23 February at Club Taree.
Members might be interested to know that Harvey spent many years as a member of our club. Understandably, he is very proud of his career and his book. Harvey taught Alan to fly as a young man and sent him solo at 7 hours.
 
MIGUEL GUTHRIDGE
Murray Difford introduced our first guest speaker Miguel Guthridge. Miguel is a student at St Claire’s High School and was also our candidate for the National Youth Science Forum held in Canberra between 16 – 27 January 2019.
The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is a not-for-profit organisation that runs a number of residential programs to encourage young people in their passion for science.
 
Phil Streatfield introduced Bailee Pinnock to us again, now that she has returned from her exchange to Denmark.

During her stay in Denmark Bailee provided monthly reports to us which we all enjoyed reading. Bailee has been an excellent representative of our Club, of Rotary, of the Manning Valley and of Australia. 
 
 
David Denning Citizen of the Year
Our sincere congratulations to David Denning on being Awarded Citizen of the Year at our Australia Day Ceremony.

Council received nine nominations for the citizen of the year – the biggest response in years. David won the award. His achievements are as a former President of the Rotary Club of Taree, member of the Friends of the Gallery, Board Member of Manning Valley Anglican College, Warden at the St Johns Anglican Church in Taree, a past President of the Old Bar Men’s Shed and an active member of the Taree Arts Council.
Well done David.
 
 
Murray Difford introduced our Club speaker for the evening, Mario Tomlin who spoke to us on the automative industry.
 

Mario advised that there are five areas of service in this industry:
 Finance
 Sales / after sales service
 Cars
 Service
 Parts
PDG Ian Dyball provided us with an update on the planned visit of the Russian University graduate who our Rotary Club will be hosting during her 4 week business and cultural experience in Australia.
 
Diana Chashchina is from Irkutsk, Siberia in Russia. She will graduate this July with a Business Degree from the Irkutsk State University. Diana has been selected by Professor PDG Vladimir Donskoy to participate in a program called “Watch and Learn”. The purpose of this program is to give Russian business students exposure to and experience in a
western democracy, and how companies and management operate.
 
Rotary Club Taree met for last time this year at Manning River Aero Club, a venue we have used in the past when Manuel Zaunders catered for us. This year Mark Drury took over the task and served very tasty grilled mullet with savoury spice batter. Also on the menu were manning River prawns and oysters supplied by President Ian, served with salads supplied by Rotarians. Finished off with chocolate ice cream sticks.
Following are some wonderful thoughts on “family”, the bigger picture, by some of our past RI Presidents.
 
Our AGM was conducted by Past President Phil Streatfeild and the Board for 2019-20 is listed below.
Our President Elect Ross Tingle with President Ian Woollard.
Our Rotary Club Taree made a vocational visit to Currie Bros Engine Reconditioners, originally known as Olympia Engineering. The business was originally owned by Victor and Dallas Currie and is now owned by Sam Lee who has owned it for the past three years. Sam Lee gave members a tour of the business explaining and demonstrating the use of various machines. Machines that ground valve seats, rebored cylinders and balanced crank shafts.
 
Rotarians Phil Streatfield, Ted Gauntlett, Alan Small, Ralph Godwin, Kevin Sharp, Murray Difford , Wayne Robards, Les Hogarth, Ross Tingle, David Fisher and Brian Brathwaite with Mick Lee, Sam Lee and Dane Wallis of Currie Bros Engine Reconditioners at a recent vocational visit by the Rotary Club of Taree.
 
 
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Speakers
Tracey Laidlaw
Jun 17, 2019
Manning Base Hospital
President Ian Woollard
Jun 24, 2019
Year in Review
District Changeover
Jun 29, 2019
At Armidale Bowling Club
Club Changeover
Jul 01, 2019
At The Manning Valley Race Club
Ralph Blanken
Jul 08, 2019
Club Assembly
Jul 15, 2019
Russian Student
Jul 29, 2019
DG Phil Hafey and Bronwyn
Aug 05, 2019
District Governor's Visit
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Tanja Curcic
    June 4
  • Kevin Sharp
    June 8
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Ifra Saeed
    June 14
Anniversaries:
  • Col Rose, OAM
    Diana Rose
    June 1
  • Ken Henry, AC
    Naomi Henry
    June 17
Join Date:
  • John Ritchie, OAM
    June 1, 1975
    44 years
  • Herb Beer
    June 6, 1992
    27 years
  • David Fisher
    June 16, 1986
    33 years
  • Rodney Lattimore
    June 16, 2014
    5 years
  • Ken Henry, AC
    June 17, 2016
    3 years
  • Sadiq Saeed
    June 17, 2016
    3 years
  • Robert Panchasarp
    June 19, 2017
    2 years
  • Ian Sinclair, AC.
    June 23, 2012
    7 years
 
 
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