Welcome to a new Rotary Year

 
"Serve to change lives" is the RI President Shekhar Mehta's theme for Rotary Year 2021-22.

Change-over

We held our club changeover on Wednesday, July 14th, at the Hideout wine bar in Alice Springs.
There were 47 Rotarians and guests, including the Mayor, local and state politicians and, via Zoom, The District 9510 Governor.
 
President Virginia receives the Presidential collar from Area Governor Ron Saint.


District 9510 Governor Jeff Neale and spouse Jenny, officiating President Virginia's taking of office.

Weclome to our new Board (left-to-right): President Virginia Loy, Treasurer Neil Ross, Secretary Nick Tyllis, Club Administration Director Michelle Bell, Rotary Foundation Director Rob Burgoyne, Projects Director Steve Peers KStJ and Membership Director David Letheby AFSM.
(Left to right): Natalie Anderson, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Palliative Care, Treasurer Neil Ross and Sandra Clyne President, Palliative Care NT, Central branch.
An auction held during Rotary's 60th anniversary in Central Australia and a fundraiser screening of the Helen Reddy biopic 'I Am Woman' raised nearly $5,000 which was equally divided between Palliative Care NT, Central Australia branch and the central Australian Womens Museum of Australia (formerly the Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame).

(Left-to-right): Julie Ross Treasurer, Womens Museum of Australia and Rotary Club of Alice Springs Treasurer Neil Ross.
 
President Virginia awarding a Paul Harris Fellowship to an outstanding Rotarian David Letheby AFSM
President Virginia presenting another outstanding Rotarian Steve Peers with a Paul Harris Fellowship as well as Rotarian of the Year
 
President Virginia awarding yet another outstanding Rotarian Michelle Bell the club's Best New Rotarian award.
 
 
 
Watch President Shekhar Mehta present his 2021-22 theme (15 min. 25 sec.).