Speaker Date Topic
Mark Thomas Apr 02, 2019
Code 9 Foundation: You Are Never Alone
Code 9 Foundation: You Are Never Alone

Mark Thomas is the founder of the ‘Code 9  Foundation’, and he has a remarkable story to tell.

The Code 9 Foundation provides peer to peer support for Emergency Services Workers suffering from PTSD, depression and anxiety.
Code 9 has now expanded to a membership of over 2,700 emergency response personnel, including police, fire, ambulance and dispatchers within the group.
'We prove to one another that no one is alone in their own respective journeys, and we protect, support and encourage one another to do what we have to do to recover'.

Chair: TBA

 

Photo Credit: Life Grid magazine

Keith Moor, Insight Editor Apr 09, 2019
Mugshots 3
Mugshots 3

In the third book in the best-selling series, Mugshots 3 takes the reader inside the sinister world of Australian crime and reveals the truth behind the stories that shocked a nation.

There have been gruesome murders, serial killings, terrorist plots, horrendous rapes and world record drug busts in Victoria during the 25 years since the Herald Sun was formed in 1990. Keith Moor has been an investigative journalist for almost 40 years — with more than 30 of them being with The Herald and the Herald Sun — and in Mugshots 3 he details 25 of some of the worst crimes committed in Victoria since the first copy of the Herald Sun rolled off the presses on October 8, 1990.

Keith Moor is Insight Editor of the Herald Sun. He studied journalism at the West Australian Institute of Technology before starting a cadetship with the Perth Daily News in 1979. Keith won Australia’s top journalism award, the Walkley Award for news reporting, in 1986. He won the coveted award for his coverage of the kidnap of two Victorian aid workers in Pakistan. Keith travelled into war-torn Afghanistan to find the couple. He became the Herald Sun’s first Chief of Staff when the paper was formed in 1990, later progressing to become its News Editor and then Managing Editor (News) in 1995. Keith is the head of the Herald Sun’s investigative unit, having been appointed Insight Editor in November 1996.

Chair: David Rush 

Katrina Flinn, Rob Hines Apr 16, 2019
Our Very Recent World of Difference Tour to Cambodia & Laos
Our Very Recent World of Difference Tour to Cambodia & Laos

Come & hear about Katrina Flinn’s journey to Cambodia & Laos with World of Difference. 

World of Difference is a District 9800 endorsed project that powerfully portrays the work of Rotary in developing countries.  

The tours visit well resourced and well run Rotary supported projects, contrasting them with villages and schools in need of Rotary support and identifying opportunities for both donations and volunteering.  Each tour builds on the last to provide ongoing dental hygiene checks, English language, knitting and craft classes.

Come and hear about Katrina’s experiences and learn more about the successes and opportunities created through World of Difference. 

 

Photo Credit: Greg Nunes

Heather Ellis May 07, 2019
Journey From Africa To The Silk Road
Journey From Africa To The Silk Road

Heather Ellis is an Australian author, journalist, public speaker and motorcycle road safety advocate who rode her Yamaha TT600 from south to north Africa, and from London where she worked as a motorcycle courier, to Vietnam via Central Asia on the 'Silk Road'.

One of Heather's books,  details Heather's epic journey over 15 months and 19 countries riding 42,000 kilometres from south to north Africa during 1993 to 1994. It has been described as Ted Simon’s Jupiter’s Travels meets James Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy with a touch of Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. 

Chair: TBC

Photo Credit:  Kyle Glenn

Stewart Kreltszheim, Expedition Coordinator May 21, 2019
No Roads Health
No Roads Health

 

More to come

Chair: Helen Kavnoudias

Photo Credit:  ge.com

 

Kim D'arcy May 28, 2019
Behind The Badge
Behind The Badge

Come and listen to Kim's Behind The Badge talk.

Not to Be Missed!

Chair: TBC

 

Rotary Hawthorn Changeover Jun 20, 2019
It's That Time Of Year Again
It's That Time Of Year Again

'Late June every year is a time of change in the Rotary world.
At that time of the year, all 34,000 Rotary Clubs around the World conduct a Changeover ceremony which brings new leadership, new ideas, a new theme and renewed vitality to each Club. This changeover of leadership occurs throughout Rotary at Club, District and International level'.

 

Photo Credit: Luca Upper

Visit Jul 02, 2019
To The Rotary Camberwell Art Show
To The Rotary Camberwell Art Show

'The Camberwell Art Show has a large winners pool with  artists competing for $37500 in prizes including a $20000 best in show. 

Our unstinting focus on quality where we showcase the country's best paintings to the highest standards provided art lovers and artists with the best gallery experience. There was high praise for the standard of the exhibition and the presentation of the art by our Curator Brenda Innes and her large team.

Swinburne University of Technology continues to generously provide the home for the Camberwell Art Show at its modern steel and glass ATC Building at 427 Burwood Road Hawthorn. The ATC Building is transformed into 4 state of art galleries to professionally showcase the paintings for the 9 day exhibition.

The show gets off to a flying start with a packed Gala Opening on Friday 28th June where over good wine and canapés patrons have the first choice of the art and witness the unveiling of the winning art. The night proves a boon for exhibiting artists as many works are eagerly snapped up by admiring patrons'. 

Photo Credit: Anna Kolosyuk

Club Forum Jul 30, 2019

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Perry Grone

AFL Grand Final Themed Meeting Sep 24, 2019