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Website Updated
3rd June 2017
 
On-Line Meetings 1st & 3rd Wednesday  (OnLine) 7pm Aus. Central Standard.
 
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Mental Health Research
We are collecting funds to support Treatments and Cures for Mental Health.
 
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We often think about it,.... but we don't follow through ..... so do you fit into this category? We all know we should eat healthier food and exercise more and loose a few kilos ... in order to live a healthier lifestyle. Perhaps you need a little help! The E-Club of Greater South Oz has embarked on a project to help Australians in their endeavor to at least try to eat healthier food for a better Lifestyle. By partnering with SA Health we have created a dedicated website   http://foodforhealth.org.au  that has easy to follow resources and a selection of recipes that will please anyone's appetite.
Australian Rotary Health has a history of influencing the health of future Australians through their pioneering research. In 2006, Professor Michael Good developed a vaccine for Malaria with funding from Australian Rotary Health. Professor Good’s studies showed that the vaccine protected animals from severe disease/death caused by different parasites.
In South Australia, Rotarians have supported International Women’s Day since 2015 and again the South Australian Chapter of Women in Rotary have organized the 2017 International Women’s Day Breakfast on 8th March with Guest Speaker Professor Tanya Monro.
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The E-Club and OPAL (SA Health) have launched our major project, Food For Health providing Healthy alternatives for a Healthier Lifestyle. The key focus of this project is to promote better food choices for a healthier lifestyle. Community Organisations and Service Clubs have an important role to play in encouraging these healthier lifestyles. This can be achieved by adopting guidelines and recipes from our website which will help our commitment to serve humanity by keeping you and your family healthy.
Rotary helped put polio eradication on center stage on the day best known for rallying support to finish the job – World Polio Day, 24 October.
A special Livestream presentation  –  World Polio Day: Making History – showcased the progress of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Co-hosted by Rotary and the Northwestern University Center for Global Health, the 60-minute program took place before a live audience at the John Hughes Auditorium on Northwestern’s Chicago campus and streamed online to viewers worldwide.
Young people want to be office bearers and meaningful leaders in Rotary, and they want to support causes that they can relate to – these were just two of the many findings from the Australian National Youth Summit held recently in Canberra.
 
Held in parallel with the National Membership Success Seminar, the Youth Summit brought together around 25 young people from Rotary, Rotaract, and Youth Exchange.  It was facilitated by young Rotarians Damian Leach, Kaye Titmarsh and Natalie Jupe.
After a lovely lunch, our E-Club members assembled to hear from ‘Helping Hands Project’ supported Sally Charlton. We who live in developed countries often wish for more than we need and it’s easy to forget the plight of those across the globe who only wish for the things that we take for granted.

It’s a shame, but the issue of landmines appears to have dropped out of the news in recent years. Before getting involved in the Helping Hands project I was one of those people that assumed the problem had gone away or at least lessened. Unfortunately this isn’t the case. With over 100 million active landmines in around 60 different countries, there are about 2,000 landmine accidents every month (that’s one accident every 20 minutes).
 
Most of the places where landmines cause such awful problems unfortunately do not have good health systems and getting assistance can be very difficult or impossible.
The new E-Club of District 9500 has no boundaries. It’s open to the world! Read this explanation by Inaugural President, Eric Russell.
 “The Rotary e-club of Greater South Oz 9500 is geographically based in the city and the state of South Australia; however as our Rotary International location is worldwide our members can live anywhere in the world. While our members meet regularly on-line through this website, there is an opportunity for working together on projects to meet community needs in any country or locality.
 
 
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Welcome to Our E-Club

E-Club of Greater South Oz

Service Above Self

1st & 3rd Wednesday each Month
On-Line GoToMeeting
Rotary D9500 Halifax St. Post Office, Halifax Street
Adelaide, South Australia  5000
Australia

Phone:
(4) 1269 4461
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District Conference at Geelong
March 23rd to 25th 2017
 
The Rotary Foundation Celebrate 100 Years
The Rotary Foundation has been improving lives since 1917. Learn about our work and be inspired to join us in meeting humanity’s greatest challenges! 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 The Rotary E-Club of Greater South Oz is an initiative by Rotary District 9500