Our Meeting
Our meeting commenced on time with Rotary grace and a welcome to visitors and guest speakers.
President Richard has pretty well summarised the meeting but there are  couple of issues to elaborate on:
RYDA (Rotary Youth Driver Awareness). This program is to be run next week for all our Year 11 State High School students. It is a collaborative effort among our Wagga Clubs and Wollundry will be responsible for running Wednesday's session.
TEAM: OIC Michael Knight, John Egan, David Golland, Tim Hutchings, Johnn Flynn, Bill Parker, Stuart Heriot.
Time: 9 am sharp Wednesday 10th May Wagga Showgrounds. Ellen Brazier will show you your roles.
Proof of vaccinations required.
David Byfield did the honours with a series of interesting bits of trivia: deepest ocean trench, longest river etc. A useful addition to our bank of useless knowledge, but fun nevertheless.
Stuart gets his own heading as he kept popping up and down with various pieces of information delivered with his usual tongue in cheek humour.
Firstly he told us that he has been in touch with Frank Fuller who is keen to get back to the club but is lying low because of his health concerns. He does not 
want to catch covid.
Secondy, Stuart has procured a set of keys to our storage cabinets at the rear of our meeting room, through the kitchen all the way to the back. The keys, for those rostered on furniture, will be left with the main office downstairs. Well done Stuart on reorganising our storage facilities!
Rob Etchells, Group Capatain RAAF (retired) with David Benn who met Rob when they played together for the Kooringal Colts Cricket club.
A hastily written attendance sheet on the back of an envelope (well done John Egan) produced a different numbering system for our draw and the lucky winner was Mal Robertson. Burmo, despite protests, was deprived of what otherwise might have been a win in normal circumstances. He was unanimously voted down.