eBulletin Volume 34 - Issue 35 - 1 May 2020
President - Lili-Ann Kriegler 0438489032
Club Information
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We meet Mondays at 6:00 PM
Canterbury Centre
2 Rochester Road
Canterbury, VIC  3126
0418 444 274
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Last Week's Meeting - 27 April 2020
Another very successful online meeting was held last Monday evening - we are slowly getting better at the new technology.
Lili-Ann put together a lovely video of members and friends who joined in the 6 am driveway Anzac day commemoration. The video contained images of members in their driveways and also stories  of involvement of family members in the wars.The video will be distributed to members in the near future.
In the photos above Ed Brown is wearing medals from his involvement in the Vietnam war and Karin and Rob Simpson are lighting up the day in the driveway of their home.
Many thanks to Lili-Ann for upskilling her tech abilities to be able to put together the numerous videos that have been prepared and distributed to members and in the Club Bulletins - well done.
A number of items were raised during the meeting:
  • Jenni Nankervis spoke of a recent Busyfeet planning meeting and video prepared for the children to encourage them to keep on dancing while the Busyfeet program is is shutdown.
  • Val Cuniffee said the there had been a meeting with Swinburne and there are many  students keen to volunteers in the Club's projects
  • Ted Waghorne indicated that letters are going to all past members of the Philippines missions to keep in contact and advise them of the water purification project that is now underway
  • Tony Laycock spoke about the Club's participation in the Rotary 100 anniversary celebrations and a couple of projects that are linked to this milestone.
We then had a lovely session where members spoke of their gratitude for the kindness and thoughtfulness that they had experienced during the isolation period - it was very uplifting.
Waggle Dance
Lili-Ann spoke about the launch of the Waggle Dance which will be on 1 May.
Much has happened in the last couple of weeks and the concept has gone through a few evolutions.
Members, friends, colleagues, groups and international contacts etc will be encouraged  to register to participate in the Waggle Dance and then to take a video of themself, their friends, groups etc doing the Waggle Dance . The video(s) should then be uploaded and an edited combined video (like the current ones being shown of musicians and singers being shown on TV and social media) will be part of World Bee Day on 20 May.
An application has been made to the Guinness World Book of Records to hopefully have the Waggle Dance participation recorded as a world record - there is a tight timeline for the application to be processed before the 20 May. 
Full details of the registration process, the Waggle Dance demo video etc will be distributed soon.
Start making your Waggle Dance outfit!
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1/109 Union Rd, Surrey Hills VIC, 3127. We are located just south of the Surrey Hills railway station, with parking available in Peppercorn Lane, Union Road or Windsor Crescent.
To book an appointment, email us at or telephone 9899 0399
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