The Annual Framlingham Golf Evening
Despite a few spots of rain and a bit of wind, ten members enjoyed 9 holes of golf (see below for results), while others enjoyed the fellowship and ru ral setting at the East Framlingham Golf Club.
After an excellent meal provided by the catering ladies of the Golf Club, President Cliff welcomed all to the meeting.
Upcoming BBQ's
The roster for the BBQ on Wednesday 22 March    (4.30 -   6.00 p.m.) for the Easter Arts Festival at Gateway Church was filled.
Another BBQ on Sunday Week, 26 March at Mack Oval (11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.) This is in support of Gunditjmara Lore V Law cricket match.
Did you know?
As we turn on our taps for a plentiful supply of quality water and flush our toilets at will, it is opportune to remember the several billion of our fellow human beings who do not have these privileges. The following items taken from a United Nations website make clear the importance of Rotary’s many projects which address the need to improve water supply and sanitation services across the world.
Access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene is the most basic human need for health and well-being. 
Billions of people will lack access to these basic services in 2030 unless progress quadruples. Demand for water is rising owing to rapid population growth, urbanization and increasing water needs from agriculture, industry, and energy sectors.
Decades of misuse, poor management, over extraction of groundwater and contamination of freshwater supplies have exacerbated water stress. In addition, countries are facing growing challenges linked to degraded water-related ecosystems, water scarcity caused by climate change, underinvestment in water and sanitation and insufficient cooperation on transboundary waters.
.To reach universal access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030, the current rates of progress would need to increase fourfold. Achieving these targets would save 829,000 people annually, who die from diseases directly attributable to unsafe water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene practices.
# In 2020, 74 per cent of the global population had access to safely managed drinking water services, up from 70 per cent in 2015. Still, two billion people live without safely managed drinking water services, including 1.2 billion people lacking even a basic level of service, in 2020. 
# Between 2015 and 2020, the population with safely managed sanitation increased from 47 per cent to 54 per cent and the population with access to handwashing facilities with soap and water in the home increased from 67 per cent to 71 per cent. Rates of progress for these basic services would need to quadruple for universal coverage to be reached by 2030.sanitation and poor hygiene practices.