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Support to RI and District programmes including: ROMAC RAWCS ROTARY HEALTH POLIO RYLA NYSFI ROTARACT INTERACT YOUTH EXCHANGE Ray Fauntleroy explained the programs to members All projects must be properly planned, funded and be subject to correct process in accordance with clubs policies and procedures. Agreed that any special Rotary projects must be funded either by special grants, from Rotary Programs or by a special fundraising activity. Only those programs such as Interact and Youth Exchange will be funded from clubs Special Account. Sources Australian Rotary Health program support to be decided by the Committee General items from floor Members ideas Guest Speakers Ian Jackson spoke on this subject and asked members for names of good speakers. There was some discussion on protocol for speakers Corporate Sponsor- KAP spoke on requirement for a significant sponsor to underwrite a large project with a great community benefits Ladies Long Lunch Result of Ladies Long Lunch and the planned presentation to Menzies School of Health Research is still in finalization process, with some payments outstanding. Once completed, appropriate presentation to Menzies will be organized at the Menzies site. Thursday Night Meeting Venue Board agreed that the Sergeant at Arms, John Emslie, would follow up initial discussions with the hotel to get a resolution on electronics, meals, lighting and other issues e.g. timing of meal delivery. There being no further business President Scott closed the meeting at 8pm. Next meeting: 17 August 2015 Signed Ray Fauntleroy Secretary, Rotary Club of Darwin What Cheek! TWO Hawaiian shirt clad bandits have committed more than a crime against fashion when they allegedly pulled a dine and-dash on a popular seafood restaurant. CCTV images of the pair were shared widely across social media over the weekend after they allegedly left without paying after a meal and drinks at Seafood on Cullen in Cullen Bay. The post has since been deleted by the restaurant and police did not receive a complaint from the business. Before being removed, the post said the pair arrived in garish Hawaiian shirts, wined and dined before removing the eye-catching shirts in the bathroom and leaving in black and white singlets without paying. Extract from NT News Peter Davies