Rotary Club of Darwin President's report 2014-2015
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4 Salute to Service Pee Wees at the Point The Salute to Service dinner was inspired by Brian Woodrow's 35 years of membership anniversary with the Rotary Club of Darwin and what that represents. 35 years is half a life time and I wanted to let Brian and all our longer serving Rotary members know that we, the members of The Rotary Club of Darwin, greatly respect the efforts and sacrifices of those members, and those who have gone before us, and thank them for it. The gentlemen that were honoured on the night are just that, gentlemen in the truest sense of the word, leaders of the community, leaders of business and a moral compass by which I and a lot of others have set our course through life by. Another of the RCD core values, which we strongly adhere to, is enjoying ourselves. The more fun we have the stronger our club becomes, and we had a great time. From Left: Ray Fauntleroy, Guest of Honour Brian Woodrow, Vic Minchin
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