Visiting Rotarian from the USA
Rtn Terry Boswell from Washington, Georgia, USA, a retired USAF Colonel visited the Club. President Cliff and Terry exchanged Club banners.
The Club donated $2 000 to Shelterbox, an organisation which provides temporary shelter to people have been affected by natural disasters.  A further
$2 000 was donated to Emergency Relief in Ukraine and Turkey/Syria.
$2 500 was donated to MND, by an arrangement where the Club provided the money for Warrnambool College to purchase photographic equipment from the late Peter McNeill, a long serving teacher at College. The family then donated the money to MND, which took Peter's life.
The Club had also purchased a computer and printer for Norfolk Ladies PROBUS club.
Did you know? 
Rotary Peace Fellowships
Each year, Rotary awards fully funded fellowships for dedicated leaders from around the world to study at one of the seven Peace Centres listed in last week’s Bulletin – so not only the facility, but also the opportunity to take part!
The fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and internship and field-study expenses.
Since the program began in 2002, the Rotary Peace Centres have trained more than 1,600 fellows who now work in over 140 countries. Many serve as leaders in governments; NGOs; education and research institutions; peacekeeping and law enforcement agencies; and international organizations like the United Nations and the World Bank.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is designed for leaders with work experience in peace and development. Fellows are committed to community and international service and the pursuit of peace. There are two streams of training:-
1. Master’s Degree Programs
Accepted candidates study peace and development issues with research-informed teaching and a diverse student body. The programs last 15 to 24 months and includes a two to three month field study, which participants design themselves.
2. Professional Development Certificate Program
During the one-year blended learning program, experienced peace and development professionals with diverse backgrounds gain practical skills to promote peace within their communities and across the globe. Fellows complete field studies and design and carry out a social change initiative. This program is intended for working professionals. Fellows earn a post-graduate diploma upon completion of the program.