Moss Vale Rotary Charity Golf Day 2021
CHANGEOVER DINNER 2021
Our Changeover Dinner for 2021 is on June 30at Dormie House Moss Vale. All are most welcome to attend: Cost: $50.00pp for a 2 course dinner. Please reply by June 25and payment to:-The Rotary Club of Moss Vale, BSB 062 576, Account No. 00800229 (please include your name) or cash/cheque on arrival. RSVP by 1st July 2020 to Peter Hammon: 0411 888 738
Annual Golf Day –Friday April 30 2021 : you can win great raffle prizes including a Harbour Bridge climb for 2 people, or a $500 spending spree at Harvey Norman, or even some lovely cosmetics from Moss Vale Village Pharmacy.
After a couple of working bees to tidy up , Saturday 24th of October saw the first opening of The Kiosk at Moss Vale Showground which is now being run by Moss Vale Rotary Club. All ready now, looking forward to future events meeting and serving our community,
Rotarians on Holidays
Travelling in Japan, Jim and Lorraine McAlpine could not escape Rotary as these images that Jim captured show. As Jim writes:
Travelling might broaden the mind for some, for others it might reinforce prejudice, and for others it might just be an enjoyable variation to routine. For Lorraine and me, the trip to Japan was a wonderful three week experience with so much History, culture and geography to be absorbed, as well as raw fish and fine Japanese single malt whiskies. But we couldn't entirely escape Rotary, and these two signs reminded us of the Rotary Club of Moss Vale. I didn't do a makeup though as our days and nights were full.
The first photo is of a car park sign in Nagoya at the Noritake museum. The Rotary word indicates the round area where cars can go around, a bit like a roundabout. I worked that out after taking the photo!
The second photo is of a sign along a bush walk near Matsumoto. The area had been cleared so I guess the local club had had a working bee in 2014. No doubt Japanese Rotarians have a word for 'working bee'.
Moss Vale Rotary Youth Exchange student, Sofia Castelli, on Safari, 2019.
The photograph was taken in front of Uluru, just before sunset. The atmosphere was really special and quite magical and we (the other RYE students and I) could feel the spiritual attachment that Aboriginal people have with this rock. The changing of colours was an amazing view and a perfect background for all our photos. The day after, we also had the opportunity to walk around the rock and listen the several stories about it.