At our last Club meeting Val showed a short presentation about FORaMEAL with ideas about how it will progress into the future.  Please contact Val on her email at val.cunniffe@canterburyrotary.org if you would be able to assist in some repacking of sachets, or work in a small group to pack more meals.
 
Val also indicated that a government grant application has been made for assistance in setting up smaller FORaMEAL kits and other related equipment.
 
Edda advised that the Lets Stay Connected project books have been launched on the Club's website and are available to be downloaded and used within the aged care community and with your own family and friends. Please visit the website using this link 
 
Tony announced that Club member Janet Hay has resigned from the Club and intends to join a Club closer to her home. She will continue to be involved in the Rotary 4 Bees activities.  Good luck Janet.
 
Ed Brown advised that Donations in Kind is beginning to resume activities with the initial packing of items in a container to go to East Timor..
 
And finally Tony indicated that the homelessness project members have been speaking with local organisations such as St Vincents, the Salvation Army and the Police to determine how the Club can best progress this initiative.
 
 
 
As our meeting next Monday will be held during grand final week, lets make it a footy themed night. Please come dressed in your club's colours even if your team isn't going to be playing-off at the big game on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba!
 
Also early notice that  there will not be a Club meeting on Monday 26 October but rather there will be an Eastside Cluster Zoom meeting on Wednesday 28  October where the District Governor Philip Archer will be the speaker. The Zoom link will be distributed prior to the night.