Hooray! We are back at the Tasman Room, Club Sapphire for our evening Club Meetings.  Numbers will be restricted to comply with the social distancing regulations. 
At our latest meeting, we were very lucky to listen to two very motivating Guest Speakers.  The first was a Zoom presentation by Harold Sharp, OAM, current Chairman of ROMAC - Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children - an official project of Rotary International which brings children from the Pacific Region to Australia and New Zealand hospitals for life-saving or dignitary restoring surgery which is not available to them in their home country.  If you would like to find out more about their amazing work, please visit  https://www.romac.org.au/
Vincent celebrated his first birthday after receiving urgent surgery, at 2 months old,
to correct a blockage between his oesophagus and his stomach.
Our second speaker was Ken Engsmyr, visiting Rotarian from the Rotary Club of Parkes and a member of the District 9705 Bushfire Recovery Committee. He arranged for his local Men's Shed to make Bird Nesting Boxes to replace nesting sites in the bush which were destroyed by bushfires. A variety of nesting boxes to suit different species have been delivered to Pambula Rotary Club for them to be distributed for erection in habitats impacted by bushfires. 
'Handmade Habitat' an informative article and video produced by ABC Gardening Australia is available for you to enjoy by clicking on https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/handmade-habitat/12155214
If you are interested in learning about our Community work and joining Rotary or are a visiting Rotarian, we would like to invite you to come along to one of our meetings held on Wednesdays at 5.30 for 6.00 pm, generally in the Club Sapphire (Tasman Room), Merimbula.  Best to check when we will be at Club Sapphire by clicking on the 
Contact Us tab or on the link https://rotaryclubofmerimbula.com.au/page/contact-us as we are changing the format of our meetings to interpose with a social event and be out and about in the community working on different projects. 
Please keep checking this Webpage and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/rotarymerimbula/ for updates.