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One of the signs of passing youth is the birth of a sense of fellowship with other human beings as we take our place among them   -Virginia Wolf

Who is a Local Agent of Peace?
A Queensland-based person or organisation who has made a substantial contribution to peace and
peace building activities, consistent with principles of non-violence.
What is the International Day of Peace (IDOP)?
The International Day of Peace (IDOP), sometimes officially known as World Peace Day, is a United
Nations-sanctioned holiday observed annually on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace, and
specifically the absence of war and violence, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire
in a combat zone for humanitarian aid access. The day was first celebrated in 1981, and is kept by
many nations, political groups, military groups, and people
What happens here in Brisbane to mark IDOP?
Each year UNAA Q, St John’s Cathedral, WILPF, Just Peace Qld UQ, Griffith University and the Rotary
Peace Centre (since 2017) host a public lecture with a focus on peace to support the International
Day of Peace resolution passed in 2001. As part
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To: All current and incoming Rotary club officers
Cc: Governors, governors-elect, and assistant governors

Dear current and incoming Rotary club officers:

This is a friendly reminder to confirm your club membership and officer information in Rotary’s database by 1 July 2021. We will use this information to generate your July 2021 club invoice.

It is important that your club’s member information is up-to-date, because Rotary cannot change the club invoice after it has been generated or accept membership updates with your payment.    
As a current club officer, you can ensure that your club invoice will be correct by checking the accuracy of the information in Rotary’s database. Here is how:
  1. Sign in to My Rotary and choose Manage, then Club & District Administration, Club Administration, and Club & Member Data.
  2. Report all new or terminated members and 2021-22 club officers no later than 1 July 2021
    • Members with admission dates of 1 July 2021 or before will be counted for the July 2021 club invoice.
    • Members with termination dates of 1 July 2021 or before will not be counted for the July 2021 club invoice.
Please note that incoming club officers can view data in My Rotary, but cannot make changes.

If you are unable to update your member information online, you can submit the Member Data Form in one of two ways: In addition, any changes to subscriptions to Rotary (formerly The Rotarian [in English]) should be reported to prior to 1 July 2021.

For more information about the club invoice, including how-to guides and answers to frequently asked questions, go to My Rotary’s Club Administration pages. For help with membership questions, contact:

Thomas Woods
Data Relations Manager | Data Services
G’day and yura  from the Rotary Clubs of Quandamooka Country

If you are down in the Redlands between now and the end of June you might like to drop into the Redland Museum and have a gander at the displays by the Rotary Clubs of Quandamooka Country for R100 … those who attended the Official Opening last weekend remarked that it is worthwhile visiting the Exhibition Hall, the Textiles Area and the Rotary Heritage Library at a leisurely pace to appreciate Rotary … People of Action
There will also be a Trio of Talks … information below … please note it is essential to book.  
Thanks and catchya round the ridges … perhaps at the Museum
For More Information and to book please click here:

The opportunity for Young Australians sought for voyage of a lifetime on the square-rigged sailing ship, Windeward Bound, as part of Rotary’s 100 years in Australia celebrations.

This Leadership Development voyage for young people on Windeward Bound, the Youth Development square rigged sailing ship, assisted by Rotary Club of Sunnybank Hills.
There will be 2 separate voyages (or legs of the journey) of 10 days each, so 18 young people can complete each voyage.
Young people aged 14–17 from QLD is invited to join the Windeward Bound as she makes her way from Brisbane to Bundaberg.
The 2nd voyage will be for 18–25-year-olds from Brisbane to Port Stevens on the Windeward Bound.
No sailing experience is necessary. Please refer to the brochure attached.
For More Information:
Please click on the links below for the Changeover invitation details
Woolloongabba/ Woolloongabba Pride Rotaract Club - 30/6/2021
Greater Springfield - 10/7/2021
Goodna - 12/7/2021
Brisbane International - 17/7/2021
Rotary D9630
Rotary D9630
District Secretary - Sue Mulraney
Rotary D9630
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