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Brisbane Taylor Bridge

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Corinda State High School
46 Pratten Street
Corinda, Qld.  4075
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This week, we heard from our Youth Exchange Program (YEP) student, David. He has come to Australia from Lucerne in Switzerland.
David has hit the ground running; helping out with car parking and the CTK Fun Run on the weekend.
He showed us pictures of his family, his mum and dad and brother, lots of skiing shots and the view from David's house is amazing.
At 16 he is an exceptional young man who speaks German, English, French and a bit of Italian. David filled us in on Swiss politics, national military service and much more.
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Last night our guest speaker was Senior Constable, Ben Harm, who is the officer in charge of the Centenary North Police Beat. Ben spoke to us about local crime in both our area and gave us lots of advice. Call Policelink on 131444 if you see anything suspicious (non-urgent) , no matter how big or small or you can even use the Policelink app or online. Call 000 for emergencies and life-threatening issues.
More on this can be found on our Facebook page

The 2015-16 Rotary year was celebrated last week at the Brookwater Golf Club. It was a fun afternoon MC'd by PP Stephen Ganko.
IPP Kirsten Binnie made her farewell speech and thanked all board members and also club members for all their work this past year.
Dee Douglas was awarded a PHF (Paul Harris Fellow) for her dedication, leadership and enthusiasm within the club.
The club was also presented with a framed momento of the Nepal Dinner night which was the club's biggest fundraiser for the year.
New President Craig Clarke was inducted and his first piece of business was to induct our newest member, Lizzie Shiels.
More photos from the lunch can be found on our "Photos" page or you can find them on our Facebook page


Our Club’s First International Project

At our dinner meeting held at O’Tooles Corinda last week, members were briefed on the Nepal Chicken Project, the Club’s first international service project to be undertaken in conjunction with the Rotary Clubs of Redlands Bayside and Cleveland together with the Bentham Foundation.
The Bentham Foundation was established in 2012 to assist the Hetaunda region of Nepal, particularly the Chepang people. Rotary’s involvement will be to construct a chicken farm to ensure children living at the hostel established by the Foundation (eventually 500 children) are provided a source of protein and sustainable income from the eggs and poultry meat produced. It will also benefit the local community in terms of the supply chain required to support the industry.
Our Club has been approved for a District Grant for the project amounting to $5,500.
Pictured (left to right) are: Ritchie Andit & David Bray (Redlands Bayside Rotary), Mick Bentham (Founder) and Lachlan Howland.

On Wednesday July 22nd at 6.50am, David Siegrist will arrive from Luzern in Switzerland for his 12 month Rotary Youth Exchange with the Rotary Club of Brisbane Taylor Bridge.
Debbie and I were lucky enough to be hosted by his family for a couple of days.