40th Anniv, Achievement, Social Rounders

40th Anniversary Dinner Sat 6 Feb 1999

Held at North Ryde RSL Club 40thAnnivAttendList_.pdf

Rotary Awareness Function: Cocktail Party 19 July 2005

To avoid putting guests on their back foot by calling it a ‘Prospective Members Night’, the Rotary Club of Ku-ring-gai took a different approach. Local businesses were invited to a Cocktail Party to “Celebrate 100 years of Rotary service to the community”. It was held at a different venue (Lifeline, Gordon) from the normal meeting venue and was not conducted as a rotary meeting. Invitations offered the opportunity to relax in the company of other local businessmen and women and to see a short presentation on projects and donations made in our community and overseas by their local rotary club.

(NOTE. About 20 local business people attended, mostly real estate agents. It resulted in about one new member.)

celebrate-100yrs-with-us.doc (Invitation- celebrate 100 yrs of Rotary with us)

cocktail-party-ppt-v7.ppt - (PPT: Power Point presentation to attendees at the start of the 'net working' function. 3 min briefs given by about four Directors summarising projects in the four Avenues of Service)

ExamplesofProjects1999.pdf (PDF - examples of club projects in 2005 - a handout to Cocktail Party attendees)

cocktailpartyzonebrief.ppt (Briefing on the project given to 6 other rotary clubs in our local Zone after the event)


Achievement Workshop

The Achievement workshop was conducted annually over a 3-day weekend from 1986 to 2001. Over 1,250 young employees with 'management potential' were nominated by some 250 companies to attend over that period. Participants came from as far as Brisbane, Perth and New Zealand.
AchievementStory.pdf - a brief on the project
AchievementMailingLtr2001.pdf - inviting nominations. The letter and brochure was sent annually to a mailing list of over 1,000 companies
AchieveBrochure2001.pdf - PDF of the 4-page brochure distributed each year

Social Rounders

SocialRounders.pdf (PDF - a member social program introduced in 1998 involving groups of eight with partners, meeting four times over a 12 month period. One group continued to meet every 3 months for over 10 years)

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