An annual event on our club's calendar is to provide a BBQ lunch at the Eaglehawk Secondary College (ESC) to help in the promotion of the RUOK day.  A fantastic initiative and we were pleased to have the support of the O'Brien Electrical Team who as it turns out, are quite good on the BBQ tongs!  Thanks to all for the great team work and to the staff and students who were fantastic and an absolute pleasure to work with.
A couple of familiar faces here - John and Gary on the BBQ and Carmel keeping them in line!
Elliott did a great job on the fried onions - we've all voted that you can join the team - you can never have too many electricians!
An absolute pleasure to provide the BBQ to a fantastic group of students - thanks for making our day so much fun!
An amazing person with an incredible attitude toward contributing to our community. GP was a guest speaker at our club recently and returned the very next week - 'I want to join!'  So last night it was with immense pleasure that PP John Jones introduced GP and President Eric Smith inducted her onto the team. Welcome GP, we are absolutely delighted that you chose us as your preferred service club.
Congratulations to our Past President Rotarian Ron Payne PHF, recently inducted into the position of District Governor for Rotary International District 9800.
Ron and Debbie have long been an integral part of our club.  Ron has served twice as our President, having also undertaken  many positions including Treasurer and Foundation Director.  Ron and Debbie are often found side by side with our members, working the BBQ at a sausage sizzle, marshalling vehicles for the club's car parking commitments and always at the ready for anything that comes our way.
We are extremely proud to acknowledge Ron's dedication and commitment to our club and rotary. 
Ron's appointment as District Governor will see him able to share a wealth of knowledge, compassion and understanding to the clubs within in our district.  A role where he is determined to 'Inform, Inspire and Impact'.
Ron and Debbie have a busy year ahead, a year that will see them visiting in excess of 60 different clubs, from south of the Melbourne CBD to the most northern part of the district on the Murray River.
We wish you safe travels and many happy rotary moments - helping to 'Inform', providing the 'Inspiration' and encouraging the 'Impact'. 

Service Above Self

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