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Alice Springs

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
The Todd Tavern
Cnr Todd Mall & Wills Tce
Alice Springs, NT  0870
Australia
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Meet the new Board of Directors (RY 2018-2019) 
(From left) Steve Peers; Director (Membership), Bruce Clough; Treasurer, David Letheby; Immediate Past President & Director (Public Relations),
Mike Potts; President, Virginia Loy; Director (Rotary Foundation), Nick Tyllis; Secretary, Clive Hale; Director (Club Administration) and Eli Melky; Director (Projects)
(Photo credit: Neil Ross)
 
Club News
Opening of "Tjungunutja: from having come together"
 
Museum and Art Gallery NT exhibition "Tjungunutja: from having come together", highlighting the Western Desert Art movement, opened on Saturday, March 16th at the Araluen Arts Centre.
Some of the pioneers of the movement, such as its curator, Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamara, Michael Nelson Jagamarra AM and Bobby West Tjupurrula and their families had travelled from far and wide to attend the exhibition opening.
Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Alice Springs cooked a BBQ lunch for the artists and their families.
 
Alice Springs Australian Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians (AGFR)
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Action on the Alice Springs Golf Course
 
On Friday, March 15th, Rotarians from Alice Springs hosted a golf day at the Alice Springs Golf Course.
14 teams of four players played 9 holes under Ambrose rules.
The weather was kind and allowed participants to have a fun Friday afternoon of golf and fellowship.
 
Roll of the dice - the number rolled is deducted off the score.
The "Gardener's Union" - won the best score, after the roll of the dice. 
Check out the photo bomber in the back!
Rotary’s 2017-18 International President, Australia’s Ian Riseley, wants a trachoma-free Australia by 2021, Rotary’s 100th year in Australia. The World Health Organisation has a global goal to eliminate trachoma by 2020. Trachoma is an infectious eye disease that can be prevented with good hygiene practices. But it is still present in remote Aboriginal communities and can lead to permanent blindness. The work of the Australian Government, the Fred Hollows Foundation and Indigenous Eye Health to treat trachoma infections has seen rates in affected communities reduced substantially. But now, we need to ensure that hygiene practices and the community environments are improved to completely eliminate the disease.
 

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