FOUNDATION –  ‘adopt a village project. ‘  ‘Childbirth Emergency Phone network’ in PNG.
FUNDRAISING – JThe Club has 2 BBQs in March – Bunnings Torquay on Monday 11th March. Blokes Day Out on Sunday 24th March at Eastern Beach.
NEW GENERATIONS –  RYLA, RYPEN or RAIC programs,
 
FOUNDATION – Director David Fisher reported that he had spoken to the District RAWCS Chairman, David Goldsmith re: our supporting the ‘adopt a village project. ‘ The District feels this might not be the way to go at present and has suggested sponsoring a researcher to attend a conference at Deakin University in April and supporting his project of setting up a ‘Childbirth Emergency Phone network’ in PNG. David proposed that the club re assign the proposed $1,000
for the mosquito nets to supporting Mr. Gauis Sabumei, who is prepared to come to the club to speak on the project. Discussion ensued. It was decided that David and Jayne look further into this new project before committing any funds, at this stage.
FUNDRAISING – John Virgona spoke on behalf of the committee. The Club has 2 BBQs in March – Bunnings Torquay on Monday 11th March. Blokes Day Out on Sunday 24th March at Eastern Beach. Committee will be calling for volunteers shortly. Discussion ensued re : the Pako Festa. Dan suggested that he could set up a meeting with a contact from the Pako Festa Organising Committee, that a group of Bayside members could attend, to discuss whether the club can obtain a site for 2014.
NEW GENERATIONS – Director Kay Kearney asked if any members knew of young people who might be interested in attending RYLA, RYPEN or RAIC programs, could they please let her know asap as applications are due in shortly.
 
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