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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians. Yesterday Sharon and I attended the combined Probus Clubs’annual church parade at the Salvation Army. It was a very pleasant way to spend Sunday afternoon with many clubs represented. Rotarian (Lt Col) Ian Smith welcomed the large gathering on behalf...

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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, I hope everybody is well. A pat on the back to those who organised themselves for a long, long weekend given it is Launceston Show Day on this Thursday. Don't forget that there is no Thursday night meeting this week—8th October, but if you wish to...

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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, For those able to attend, wasn't last Thursday's casserole night at the 'Butlers' a very enjoyable evening? Firstly, a big thank-you to Rotarians Di and Nic for opening up their house and being such hospitable hosts. Secondly, thanks to Rotarian Wayne...

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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, I hope this newsletter finds you all well. Last weekend Secretary Andrea and I attended the Rotary Zone 8 conference (via Zoom) and a joint farewell lunch for Past District Governor Michael Cooke. Interestingly the zoom District Conference had 900...

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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, I hope that your week had been well - plenty of interest, plenty to keep you occu- pied and some time for rest and relaxation. I attended a Group 4/5 Rotary Presidents’ meeting on Saturday, chaired by AG Krista Preece. As always, much was discussed...

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President Harry’s Notes

President Harry’s Notes

Hello Rotarians, I hope that the smidgen of Spring weather has brightened your week (and a sign of that time of the year that makes everyone happy). Our speaker last week, artist Nigel Lazenby, was a different vocation than we nor- mally have as a guest speaker, but...

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