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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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Our warmest congratulations to our Rotary Exchange Student, Cindy Wu from Taiwan, who along with her cohort and partners celebrated at the District 9630 ROTEX Youth Exchange Formal last Saturday evening.
Well done to everyone that was involved, a wonderful time was had by all who attended.

The Youth Services Director, PP Stephen Ganko and the Youth Exchange Program Officer, PE Craig Clarke are very pleased to announce the Emily Relf has been selected to progress to the next level the process.
Emily is a Grade 10 student at Lourdes Hill Girls College in Hawthorne.
She now progresses onto the District 9630 Student interviews on June 4 & 5, and if successful there she will head to the September Training Cap.
Congratulations Emily, we hope to see you at the club really soon.  

Members were enthralled listening to the background and the journey of Al (Alice) Mabin, BEFA Asia Pacific 2015 Female Entrepreneur of the Year.
Al mainly spoke about the cattle drive in 2013 where 18,000 cattle were moved around 2,000kms from central Qld to southern NSW. This drive is depicted in her book ‘The Drover’ featuring many beautiful photographs of the epic journey, including the hardships experienced along the way. Al gave an autographed copy to Dee as a prize for the upcoming Girls Day Out event. Thanks Al.
Al’s next book, to be published next week, is called ‘The Driver’. It will be about Australia’s transport industry and features personalised stories about individual businesses that rely on the industry for their survival. Look out for it.
The theme of her presentation to our Club was ‘follow your passion’. We got the message … thanks Al.
Photo shows Al Mabin chatting to Rotarian Euan Brown.

Join us 10th April 2016 for our second annual Girls Day Out fundraiser. $25 includes sparkling wine on arrival and a lavish Devonshire Tea with a Twist. RSVP 31st March. Please email or you can click the link to register:



Guest speaker at this week's meeting was Noella Phillips from Brisbane Highrise Club. Noella spoke about the amazing St Jude's School in Tanzania, founded by a young Australian Gemma Sisia. The school opened its doors in 2002 with 3 students and 1 teacher. It now provides a solid education to 1,900 students from impoverished families. Rotary in Australia has been heavily involved from the start, with many clubs providing financial support and/or volunteers during construction and in the school's operations.