27 April 2021
Meeting 20 April
We had apologies from Pranesh Ram, Sam Capra and Alvan Freeman. We welcomed Guests Shamus Hili and Thomas Walker to our meeting.
President Charles Hili reported to the Joint Meeting held on 20 April 2021 and hosted by Liverpool Greenway Club to hear from District Governor Warwick Richardson at The Warwick. When Warwick’s year as DG finishes, he will be taking on a mentoring role within District, he touched on falling membership within the District noting that it has not been as bad in 9675 as in other Districts. Charlie noted that our Club was growing and that we made up about 70% of those attending the meeting.
Secretary Ted Mlynarz reported that RAWCS had launched a Flood Relief Appeal
National Flood Appeal to support people impacted by the significant flood events on the East Coast of Australia.
Assisting people who are impacted by the floods in March 2021.
Your support in cash will be delivered as soon as possible to people who are impacted through local Rotary Clubs in the areas affected.
Long term impact:
Assistance to those impacted will get them back into accommodation and some normality of life quickly.
Tax Deductibility:
Rotary Australia Relief Fund (Managed by RAWCS) has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) registration and has been listed as a Charitable Fund so we can accept tax deductible donations from individuals or organisations.
Ted also provided details of the District Assembly to be held 1 May 2021 at Bankstown Sports Club,
8 Greenfield Parade, Bankstown NSW 2200
To book go to: TryBooking
Club Service Director Peter Beadle reported that he is still looking for a venue for our Dinner on 1 May and should be in a position the update members next week.
Australian Rotary Foundation Centurion Program
Financial Members should have received their receipts for the donation of $100 made in their names. This is a tax-deductible donation.
The Centurion Programme is for all Rotarians to enable regular contributions to the Rotary Foundation. $100 (AUD) is donated annually and is tax deductible. Contributions can count towards a Paul Harris Fellow
The contribution to Rotary's Annual Fund supports positive change in your local community and communities around the globe. Rotarians answer the call to action where it is needed most. Whether promoting peace and economic growth, delivering life-saving medication, providing sorely needed educational resources or supplying clean water, your support helps Rotarians solve the world's most
challenging issues.
Paul Harris Fellow Nominations
The club awards Paul Harris Fellowships to members of the local Community and the club in recognition of their commitment to the local community or the club. The award is named after the founder of Rotary (Paul Harris in 1905). For each award, the club makes a donation of US $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation (which funds international humanitarian projects such as Polio Plus) in the name of the person to be presented with the award and for each sapphire subsequently added.
Details of Paul Harris Fellowships previously awarded can be found at
We are calling for nominations from Club Members of People in Our Community or Members of the Club who have been major contributors and workers within our Community. These nominations must be made in writing on the form available on the Club’s Website and must contain sufficient information to enable the Board to make a determination. If approved the presentation will be made at the Club’s Changeover Dinner on 17 July 2021- approved recipients must be able to attend as guests of the Club.
Nominations must be received by the Secretary no later than 18 May 2021
Club Web Site – Member Only Area
Our Web site has a Member only area which contains Minutes of Club Board Meetings, Financial Reports, Audited Annual Accounts which are available to Members.
Up to date Member information is also stored here.
To access this part of the site you need an access code which will be provided to you by the Treasurer on request.
Next Meeting 27 April 2021
Our Guest Speaker on 27 April will be Stephen Humphreys who will be presenting on Australian Rotary Health.
Our Club has been a big supporter of Australian Rotary Health over the years and has jointly funded a number of medical research projects with them and three PhD Scholarships the latest of which runs until November this year
The Meeting will be held in the Elizabeth Room at Mounties commencing at 7 pm. Members will meet for a meal or drink in Ovens Bistro from 6 pm.
New and Exciting Super Quiz
The Sergeant’s Super Quiz has been scheduled for Tuesday 8June 2021
All Questions will be multiple choice and it will be a competition with an exciting prize that is both technical and tasteful for the winner!!
Each participant will be asked a question and if they give the correct answer they will stay for the next round and if they are wrong, it will be a case of better luck next time. This process will be repeated until we have a winner.
It will cost you $5 to participate  so bring your money with you as this will be strictly enforced.
The Club Change Over will be held on Saturday 17 July 
in the Starz Room at Mounties 6:30 for 7 pm.
We will be having a sumptuous Chinese Banquet provided by Jumbo Seafood Restaurant.
The cost will be $50 per person for Members and one Guest, the cost for others will be $60 per person.
This will cover a sumptuous Chinese Banquet, Desert, Tea/Coffee plus Tap Beer, House Wines and Soft Drink.
It should Be a great night.
We will be up again on Sunday 6 June 2021 
All Members can volunteer to help out by working for a few hours, either morning or afternoon.
Contact Jim Rudling –
We will revert to a fine session as we build up to the Super Quiz on 8 June 2021.
Not wearing your Dinner Badge is a finable offense!!!
on 27 April 2021, Our Members-only raffle jackpot
will be $20
The fine wine we offer as prizes has aged well over the past months and our supply of exciting mystery prizes are just waiting to be won.
We always conduct the raffle in a COVID SAFE WAY!
Tuesday, 27 April
Australian Rotary Health
Stephen Humphreys
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Saturday, 1 May Fine Dining with Liverpool West
Tuesday, 4 May Meeting transferred to 1 May    
Tuesday, 11 May
Rotary Corps of Nepalese Community
Michael Mazza
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Tuesday, 18 May
Polio Plus Overview
PDG Sue Hayward
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Tuesday, 25 May
Fellowship Night follow by Club
Board Meeting
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Tuesday, 1 June Destiny Rescue - Rachel Dunwell
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Sunday, 6 June Bunnings BBQ  Cross Roads, Casula  
Tuesday, 8 June
Sargeant's Super Quiz
Entry Fee $5
Elizabeth Room
Dinner from 6 pm in Bistro
Meeting 7 pm Sharp
Tuesday, 15 June      
Tuesday, 22 June      
Tuesday, 29 June      
Saturday, 17 July
Club Change Over
Chinese Banquet
Starz Room
6:30 for 7 pm
Tuesday, 20 July No Meeting - Transferred to Changeover    
Friday, 23 July to Sunday 25 July Circus - Session times to be confirmed Liverpool Catholic Club TBC
Tuesday, 2 November Pride of Workmanship Night
Elizabeth Room
6:30 for 7 pm
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Jim Rudling
April 4
Robert Groat
April 13
Steven Alexander
April 13
Jock Cimino
April 17
Robert Menolotto
Anitta Menolotto
April 2
Steven Alexander
Cheryle Alexander
April 3
John Pillay
Ethel Pillay
May 4
Gary Halliday
Margaret Halliday
May 8
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Club Information
Liverpool West
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM
Elizabeth Room or Conference Room
247 Humphreys Road
Mount Pritchard, NSW 2171
We meet for Dinner in "The Oven" Bistro from 6 pm then move into the Meeting Room for a 7 pm (sharp) start.
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Rotary Club of Liverpool West Inc.  
PO Box 251, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871
ABN: 92 398 146 693: CFN 13145