Hi all,
President Richard in lockdown. John Egan also in lockdown and Bob Willis on LOA due to health issues. Hope all are well soon.
A sensational result for Phil McIntosh, the Gears and Beers Festival Committee and the Rotary Club of Wollundry Wagga Wagga over the weekend. A lot of planning, preparation and dedication culminated in an a very professional result with accolades from all quarters. As Phil says it is a great brand and we have to protect and foster it. 
A tenacious effort by Peter Wilesmith, to recover so positively from a very serious cycle accident. Peter's dedication to the work required to come back is admirable. As he says he is as fit as he has ever been in his life and eager to participate in life. That dedication and tenacity will serve the Club well as he takes on the role of Treasurer next year. Well done.
Peter Mackinnon and Mark Hillis are literally throwing caution to wind this week as they intend to sail north from Sydney up the coast into some forecast wild weather. Sail safely boys.
The combined Rotary Clubs of Wagga are keen to have the Service Club's Website established. Paul Murray has agreed to reinvigorate the Website after receiving commitment 
from all concerned. If used correctly it will provide a great billboard for all Clubs to use. A knowledge of what others are doing around us is beneficial.
I will be taking a week off next week, to travel with "The Grange" caravanners. A trip to the Central West region of NSW, organised by our fellow Rotarian Doug Sutton and his wife Kay. Our tribal name is the Village People Travellers. Looking forward to it. See you in a couple of weeks.
Secretary Phil