Speaker Date Topic
President Katrina Jun 26, 2018
Social Media Demystified
Social Media Demystified

Come and listen and learn, gain valuable knowledge and have some fun.

Chair: President Katrina Flinn

(her last meeting as President!).

First Meeting For President 2018-2019, Ian Bentley Jul 03, 2018
Club Vision-Revisited
Club Vision-Revisited

 

Chair: Ian Bentley

Visit To Rotary Camberwell Art Show Jul 10, 2018
Art
Art
Amy Dawes, Executive Director and Co-Founder ABTA Jul 17, 2018
Break The Silence
Break The Silence

The Australasian Birth Trauma Association (ABTA) was established in 2016 to support women and their families who are suffering postnatally from physical and /or psychological trauma resulting from the birth process as well as the education and support for the range of health professionals who work with pre and postnatal women.

Did you know? 
15% of all women who give birth naturally (ie: not through caesarean) suffer permanent life changing injury. This is a significant women's health issue that does not get talked about and receives almost no support'.

Amy Dawes ins the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Australasian Birth Trauma Association.

Chair: Ian Bentley

 

 

 

TBC Jul 24, 2018
Rotary Nhill To Visit Us?
Rotary Nhill To Visit Us?

 

Chair: Noel Halford

Please Note Aug 21, 2018
No Meeting
District Governor Bronwyn Stephens Oct 02, 2018
How You Can Be The Inspiration.
How You Can Be The Inspiration.

Bronwyn joined the Rotary Club of Melbourne South in 2008.   After undertaking Rotary Leadership Institute and President Elect Training she was Club President in 2009-2010

Since then she has served the Club in various capacities including Bulletin Editor, Secretary and Treasurer.  She has chaired the World of Difference project for her Club.

Other involvement at District level includes Assistant Governor Stonnington Cluster 2013-2016.   Leading a Vocational Training Tour of 4 teachers to Cambodia in January 2016, where they provided two four day workshops for 160 Cambodian teachers, was a highlight.  She was the  Community Services District Chair 2016-2017.

Bronwyn is a Royce Abbey Awardee and a Paul Harris Fellow recipient, as is her husband Mark.  They are both members of the Paul Harris Society.

Bronwyn is a retired nurse. In her career she enjoyed exploring various specialties – Accident and Emergency, Cardiac Care, Remote Island Nursing and Day Surgery.      

Bronwyn volunteered during her career on 2 major peak bodies in healthcare.   Australian Council of Hospital Standards (ACHS) surveyor and Australian Credentialed Gastroenterology Nurses  (COGEN) reprocessing educator, surveyor and board member.

Chair:  President 2018/2019 Ian Bentley