We welcomed back our President, Richard, no doubt happy to have ended isolation.
Grace, Toast and then a call for visitors was more fruitful than many recent meetings. We had a visiting Rotarian from the UK, who had a German accent, and a German name. Karl Jung was from the Rotary club of Fordingbridge.
We had a good long session of fellowship, and then David Benn was summonsed to deal with "Members Choice".
David has rubbed shoulders with the Australian author and bush poet, Sandy Thorne, who will launch her latest book and sign copies at Collins bookshop in Wagga Wagga on April 14th. David read one of her poems - "Learning Australian", all about the lingo of the outback, and dedicated the performance to our visiting British Rotarian. 
Not to be outdone, Karl had a story too. He advised that the James Bond film franchise had been under pressure to conform to social correctness, and gave us a preview of the next film name.
Rotary Information was provided by David Pyke. He dealt with Rotary Foundation, and reported that we had benefitted from a District grant, ultimately funded by the foundation, to support our Carevan project. Another aspect that we heard about related to the reserves that the Foundation had accumulated, and that prompted discussion regarding the level of funds needed - to spend now, or to build an empire.
Our visiting Rotarian, Karl Jung, sat with the Luftwagga, and we don't know what he made of this name, with his teutonic background. He was excited to win the Wine bottle, and to his delight, he discovered that the winemaker was on hand to congratulate him.