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  • BusyFeet in Boroondara - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    Down Syndrome profoundly deaf and cerebral palsy The extreme differences in abilities and concentration levels pose particular challenges for the teachers and the volunteers Experience from this program run in Stonnington Bayside and Melton shows that as confidence from both sides continues to grow these difficulties are progressively overcome Volunteers Needed We plan to cater for up to 15 children For this we need 30 volunteers A child cannot turn up to find a different volunteer each week so two volunteers are assigned to assist each dancer for a school term This continuity is very important If you know someone who is a professional dance teacher we are seeking such a person to lead this exciting weekly program We also need volunteers to help with One on one dancing with children no prior experience required Teaching dance steps Language communication eg Auslan LOTE Tea coffee clean up Administration Newsletter Costume making Note All volunteers must have a current Working With Children card Application forms for WWC card are obtained from Australia Post or Department of Justice at http www workingwithchildren vic gov au There is no cost involved Background The BusyFeet program is based on the NSW run program Danceability Australia Contact BusyFeet became a Rotary District 9800 Endorsed program in 2015 We operate only during school terms on a Wednesday afternoon from 4 00pm The preferred age range is children 6 16 The program is free To find out more about the Boroondara program Email null Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/projects/busyfeet/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Hawthorn Relay for Life - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    local volunteer committee on behalf of the Cancer Council Our club has members on this committee Teams of 10 15 which are headed up by a team captain get together and fund raise year round Everyone then meets at the Relay to celebrate the amazing fundraising achievements of the past year Teams participate in a relay style walk or run challenging themselves to stay on the track overnight Each event is unique and you can stay for the whole event and camp overnight enjoy the fun activities and attend the moving ceremonies that make Relay For Life so special Our club enters a team and our members support this annual event We sponsor our youth service partners who also participate In March 2016 we plan to hold our club meeting at the event with a barbecue followed by the candlelight ceremony Please join our team or support this worthy cause through a donation Paint the Town Purple To raise community awareness our Rotary Club runs a competition for the businesses in Maling Road in Canterbury The street is decorated prior to the Relay for Life event in March Winner of the Best Dressed Window award for 2016 is Bohemia Cakes for their overall touch of purple approach window menu sugar cup cupcakes iced cakes decorations great effort Thank you to all 23 businesses who participated Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm District Assembly 15 May 9 00 am 1 30 pm View All Events Quick Links Register for meeting Apology Current

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/projects/hawthorn-relay-for-life/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Anzac Day Marshals - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    volunteer marshals to help the RSL to run the Anzac Day march through the city of Melbourne You don t have to be a Rotarian to volunteer to join our team We start work around 7am and finish up by 1pm Thousands of people attend to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and way of life Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm District Assembly 15 May 9 00 am 1 30 pm View All Events Quick Links Register for meeting Apology Current Volunteering Opportunities Aussie Pride Badge Annual Report 2014 15 Club Bulletin 28 Apr 2016 Subscribe to our Club Bulletin Join our Rotary Club NYSF Applications Open for 2017 facebook twitter youtube Come along 2 Rochester Road Canterbury Vic AUSTRALIA MAP Every Monday Dinner meeting 6 00pm for 6 30pm Register and pay online to attend a meeting Next Meeting Karen Hayes is the Chief Executive

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/projects/anzac-day-marshals/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Group Vocational Exchange - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    lives Each exchange team is comprised of a Rotarian acting as the team leader and four specially selected team members In February 2016 our club will be hosting a District Vocational Exchange group from District 3800 in the Philippines The Group Vocational Exchange provides travel grants for the team to visit the exchange country for four weeks from Mid February to March Team members experience the host country s institutions and ways of life observe their own vocations as practiced abroad develop personal and professional relationships and exchange ideas Friendly Rotarians act as hosts and ensure that all the comforts of home are provided to team members Young professionals aged 25 40 with a background in Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development Disease Prevention and Treatment Water and Sanitation Peace and Conflict Prevention Resolution and Maternal and Child Health are encouraged to apply for this fully funded life changing experience Teachers nurses doctors psychologists plumbers builders engineers finance managers entrepreneurs project managers research scientists to name but a few professions should be approached to apply for involvement in this program Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm District Assembly 15 May 9 00 am 1 30 pm View All Events Quick Links Register for meeting Apology Current Volunteering Opportunities Aussie Pride Badge Annual Report 2014 15 Club Bulletin 28 Apr 2016 Subscribe to our Club Bulletin Join our Rotary Club NYSF Applications Open for 2017 facebook twitter youtube Come along 2 Rochester Road Canterbury Vic AUSTRALIA MAP Every Monday Dinner

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/projects/group-vocational-exchange/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Camberwell Sunday Market - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    buttons to boots as long as it s secondhand antique or vintage it s sold here at the Camberwell Sunday Market Each week three volunteers from our club help to run this market by collecting entry donations at the gates This earns our club around 1 000 00 per week that helps to fund the many local and international projects that our club members run each year Every dollar that is donated goes to the projects as Rotarians are all volunteers who each pay their own costs No donated funds are used for administration Read more about the market at this website On average we each volunteer three or four times in a year It means that as members of this Rotary Club we can focus the volunteer time that we are able to make available to the delivery of service projects rather than mostly on fund raising Several clubs from the City of Boroondara also volunteer at this market so it is a lovely social morning meeting other Rotarians and members of the public Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm District Assembly 15 May 9 00 am 1 30 pm View All Events Quick Links Register for meeting Apology Current Volunteering Opportunities Aussie Pride Badge Annual Report 2014 15 Club Bulletin 28 Apr 2016 Subscribe to our Club Bulletin Join our Rotary Club NYSF Applications Open for 2017 facebook twitter youtube Come along 2 Rochester Road Canterbury Vic AUSTRALIA MAP Every Monday Dinner meeting 6 00pm for 6 30pm Register

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/projects/camberwell-sunday-market/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Radio Show - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    to 8 00pm Eastern Australian Time from the studios of 94 1FM 3WBC or you can stream on the web from the 3WBC website www 3wbc org au Podcasts can be downloaded by clicking on the links on the Recent Interviews page Our guests are drawn from Presidents Directors and members of Rotary Clubs served by 3WBC s listening area Sometimes interviews are pre recorded for convenience Each week the team of Rotarian and Rotaractor Producer Presenters from Rotary and Rotaract Clubs across the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne Australia interview Rotarians and other community service volunteers about their projects Who they are what their projects are about how they impact peoples lives for the better how they work and how the public can be involved in the project The Rotary Radio Show is presented by the Rotary Radio Show Team who are listed here They are an energetic group drawn from Rotary Clubs Rotaract Clubs and Friends of Rotary So come join us be inspired Regular guests on the show The Rotary Show has a number of clubs from both D9800 and D9810 who have regular segments on the show but we would very much welcome more particularly from the Whitehorse Monash and Manningham areas Lions Club of Box Hill On the Show the 1st Friday of each month to talk about Lions Club projects and activities Click here for Lions Club of Box Hill Information Rotary Club of Box Hill On the show 2nd Friday of each month to talk about Box Hill community projects activities and often including the recipient organisations of the Rotary Club of Box Hill Community Grants Click here for Rotary Club of Box Hill Information Rotary Club of Mont Albert Surrey Hills MASH On the show 3rd Friday of each month to talk about

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/radio-show/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Team members - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    Rotary Youth Leadership Award RYLA as a participant and volunteer over several years and has appeared as a guest on the program on occasions With an interest in media and technical production she holds a Certificate IV in Sound Production and uses this experience to operate the panel She has also operated audio for various projects including amateur theatre and has volunteered at 3WBC 94 1fm in an administrative role Suzanne Blair The wonderful opportunity to interview significant community leaders and notable non profit organisations and to share their inspirational stories with listeners to The Rotary Show are key to Suzanne s love of co hosting this 3WBC program with husband Tom Her unpredictable selection of music for each program sometimes springs from the evenings interview theme or a personal eclectic fancy Suzanne is an artist designer interiors project administrator and educator currently project managing a major home extension She has held a variety of roles in Rotary both in the USA and Australia and is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Manningham in District 9810 Her latest Rotary highlight was co compering the 2015 District 9810 Conference Tom Blair Tom co hosts The Rotary Radio Show with his wife Suzanne together enjoying interviews with Rotarians and other Community Volunteers all who work to make the world a better place With birthplace and extensive career in California Tom is now an Aussie citizen and senior educator at RMIT University He is also an architect builder and project manager who has worked on projects globally As a Rotarian currently with the Rotary Club of Manningham in District 9810 Tom has been Club President and Assistant Governor 3 times each Oh yes Tom in his easy going style agrees to agree with Suzanne s program music selection Clare Caufield Clare is a member and Past President of the Rotaract Club of Monash in District 9810 She presents engaging science shows and workshops to school groups in her work as a science educator for Fizzics Education while completing her Masters of Teaching at Deakin University Clare joined the radio team in late 2014 and enjoys the opportunity to meet passionate people running amazing projects in our local and international community Dror Cohen Dror was born in Italy and lived most of his life in Israel In 2005 he came to Australia to complete his studies in political science at the University of Melbourne He met his wife Natalie in Australia and he became a father of 2 now for Ariel and Maya He has been working in various consulting and managerial positions within the travel industry during the last 8 years He is passionate about business development sales and targets He enjoys seeing a business grow and grow together with the business He started his involvement with Rotary at the club of Box Hill Central in 2013 and got involved with the Rotary and community radio show in July 2014 He enjoys meeting new people and creating relationships Anne Josefsberg Anne

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/radio-show/team-members/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Recent Interviews - The Rotary Club of Canterbury Inc.
    members Recent Interviews Radio Show Archive Contact The Club Contact Us Register for meetings Volunteering Opportunities Search for Recent Interviews Play Stop Popout X Upcoming Events Dinner meeting Guide Dogs Victoria 2 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm Rotary Lunchers Izakaya Mizu 4 May 12 30 pm 2 00 pm RC Brighton North President s Breakfast 6 May 7 15 am 9 00 am Vocational Visit Doug Hawley s factory 9 May 6 00 pm 8 30 pm District Assembly 15 May 9 00 am 1 30 pm View All Events Quick Links Register for meeting Apology Current Volunteering Opportunities Aussie Pride Badge Annual Report 2014 15 Club Bulletin 28 Apr 2016 Subscribe to our Club Bulletin Join our Rotary Club NYSF Applications Open for 2017 facebook twitter youtube Come along 2 Rochester Road Canterbury Vic AUSTRALIA MAP Every Monday Dinner meeting 6 00pm for 6 30pm Register and pay online to attend a meeting Next Meeting Karen Hayes is the Chief Executive Officer Guide Dogs Victoria She leads a talented team of committed and passionate people who do truly extraordinary work As the CEO Karen is building on a solid foundation taking Guide Dogs Victoria into the next

    Original URL path: http://www.canterburyrotary.org/radio-show/recent-interviews/ (2016-04-30)
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