BBQ at Bunnings
The BBQ raised in excess of $900.
Coffees for First Responders
The Club sponsored this initiative to the amount of $1 000.
Hole in One
 Mike thanked various members for their assistance so far. He reported he had negotiated an excellent 2 for 1 deal with WIN TV. As ground work for the upcoming task of contacting sponsors. a list of sponsors was circulated for members to sign up if they have contact with individual sponsors.
Nelson Getaway
Peter Reeve spoke about the Fun & Fellowship trip to Nelson, 25-27 October, outlined catering arrangements for the three days, cost for food likely to be $25-$35, BYO drinks. It would be OK for members to make a day trip on the Wednesday. Contact Peter for any further information.
Warrnambool Show
Noel Kenna said that Show rosters would be out next week. Parking on Saturday morning only. BBQ three shifts 10-1, 1-4, 4-7 on Saturday.
Upcoming BBQ's
Cliff Heath thanked all who had helped with BBQs. Rosters to come out by email one at a time to avoid confusion This week Bunnings – roster filled, thank you. The opening of new library BBQ coming up.cBBQs not being booked beyond 11 December to clear the way for the Hole-in-One.
Did you know?
We, Rotary Club of Warrnambool East, are a grandchild of the first Rotary Club in Australia. A new Rotary club can only come about by the actions of one or more existing Rotary clubs.
The Rotary Club of Warrnambool was chartered on 20 November 1929 under the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Melbourne, making Warrnambool a child of Melbourne. As the result of action taken by the Rotary Club of Warrnambool, Warrnambool East was chartered on 28 June 1967, thus making RCWE a grandchild of Melbourne, the first Rotary Club in Australia.
The other clubs in Warrnambool came about as follows:-
            Rotary Club of Warrnambool Central      sponsored by RCW & RCWE chartered 16 September 1988
            Rotary Club of Warrnambool Daybreak   sponsored by RCWE chartered 5 August 1998