The BBQ's continue!
A BBQ will be held on October 22 at SW TAFE. Followed by a further BBQ at the Warrnambool Show.
Honour Boards
Honour Boards and other material down from the wall – thanks Cliff and Collin who had bubble wrapped them and to WFNC who will store them for the present.
Email sent to Sponsors
Nicole Larter reported that an email had gone out to all sponsors, but some had “bounced”. She listed these and asked for help to find correct addresses. David Ryan offered to assist.
Other Activities
Mike Toone – congratulated Nicole on her liaising with WCC – the highway notice boards (East, West & North) as previously used by the Art Show, had been booked over Christmas/New Year. 
Mike and Peter Reeve had been to visit what he called “the big guys” who help with erection of screens, etc., and all was good.
Sought more help with contacting all sponsors as per the roster last week, but again, DO NOT VISIT YET. He emphasised that the visit was not to sell anything – just to make contact – if the answer is NO, say thanks for previous support and leave it.
Did you know?
In her presentation, DG Kathy used several Rotary terms which may not be familiar to all members. Here’s a few:-,
RAMRotarians Against Malaria – this is a volunteer-run organization working to eliminate malaria. The primary focus of RAM has been the distribution of insecticide-treated nets to vulnerable populations in Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and more recently, Timor Leste. RAM has 
raised more than $1.6 million to eliminate malaria since 2003.
ARHAustralian Rotary Health - is one of the largest independent funders of mental health research within Australia. ARH provides funding towards research grants, fellowships and PhD scholarships focussed on finding preventative and curative solutions for mental illness in young Australians. 
From 2022, the funding focus will narrow to the mental health of children aged 0-12. It also  provides funding into a broad range of general health areas, provides scholarships for rural medical and nursing students, as well as Indigenous health students. ARH provides funding into areas of health that do not readily attract funding, and promotes findings to the community. ARH is a project of the Rotary Districts of Australia and is supported by Rotary Clubs.  It has a broad vision 
 ROMACRotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children provides surgical treatment in Australia and New Zealand for children from developing countries of our Pacific Region in the form of Life Giving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country.
In the past 10 years, RCWE has contributed $6,500 to RAM, $10,500 to ARH, and $6500 to ROMAC.