Don’t Panic No pressure

Ok as we say in Rotary, Family first , Work second, Rotary third. Well this is one of those occasions technical rehearsal for the Stage-Door production of Vicar of Dibley.

Chris back stage and me well meet Frank Pickle…… Go live Wed

Wish me luck.

Music in the Park.

Good Music, Good Company,Good Cause what more could you ask for….. Wow , What a great evening and an example of what Rotarians can achieve when they put their heads together and come up with a plan.

This will be the 10th Music in the Park (originally called ‘Picnic to Music in the Park’), since Farnborough Rotary Club started organising these events back in 2001.
 
 What a great evening and an example of what Rotarian’s can achieve when they put their heads together and come up with a plan.

Over the years, more than £468,000 has been donated to Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care in Farnham, due to some fabulous sponsors and the money from tickets.

Great job . Well done to all those involved. 

Well Done Peter

Peter

I had very much pleasure in presenting you with the RIBI People of Action Polio Eradication Award” at Thursdays district council. District 1145 acknowledge your untiring efforts as District End Polio Now champion.

You were instrumental in getting signatures for the RI petition to United Nations, you have made presentations to clubs and been involved in the development of EPN Champions.

Please accept personal congratulations and once again well done

Why should I join Rotary?

I often get asked why should I join Rotary?……..

My response is..  I think the question should be…  Why Wouldn’t you join……

What other organisations offers you the ability to have fun, friendship, entertainment and personal development, while at the same time providing you with the opportunities to improve the quality of life of individuals and the communities they live in, both locally and overseas Thus, leading change and creating a better world for the generations to come. Why wouldn’t you join?

All with the bonus that it costs less than a cup of coffee a week.

Evening Stroll

Dog Walking is a chilled experience, especially with Ruby our ball fixated Labrador Collie Cross (apparently called a Borador).   I normally use a local field, or head inland towards the South Downs, but a couple of evenings back we headed down to West Beach.

It was around 8pm the weather was good and the surrounding were beautiful.  By the time we had finished walking along the coast towards Climping and back the Sun was setting.  A great end to a good day.

I think we will visit more often from now on…..

End Polio Now (EPN) Parliament Visit

What a start second day into the role and I attended Committee Room 10 at the Houses of Parliament. To discuss the EPN End Game strategy. Rotary has come so far in the Eradication and we need to Finish the Job

The 1980 Council of Legislation endorsed a proposal from the RI Board to “eliminate polio through immunisation” from this resulted the polio plus programme, the plus initially referred to the additional vaccines that were administered with the polio vaccine.

Today the plus reflects the idea that the infrastructure, fundraising and advocacy methods may support future battles against infectious disease We know this year so far there have been 42 cases in two countries Afghanistan and Pakistan.

However, remember where we have come from since we started in 1985 when there were hundreds of thousand cases of polio each year. We are using innovative techniques to reach more children than ever before and we must not give up the fight having got this far.

Today I sent an email to all Presidents asking them to write to their MP’s asking them to support an Early Day Motion to provide event more support. I sure the response will be positive.


Community Project Meeting 13th July 2019

As you all know I am a Rotarian, I was wondering if you would you be interested in helping a group of Rotarians and Rotaractors in the Rustington area with the development of local projects supporting our community?

We would like to invite you to attend a special meeting held on Saturday 13th July at 9.30 am at the Booker Hall situated at the back of Rustington Hall. Station Road. Rustington BN16 3AY.

During the morning , you will have the opportunity to meet and talk to local individuals, Rotarians and Rotaractors to discuss potential projects that would help our local community, you may have your own projects that you would like to put forward.

Rotary is a worldwide organisation that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary clubs located in 166 countries, making it one of the most important non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious and non-political organisations on the planet.

To give you an overview of Rotary I have included two links, one providing an overview of the Rotary Foundation, Rotary’s own charity showing its achievement over the last 100 years History.  Foundation 100

The second a short film of what can be achieved in a community when people work together with a common aim.  The Vision

A Rotarian has said that every project anywhere in the world always started with one person who had an idea. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope you can join us and support within our local communities.

If you would like to attend could you confirm by emailing or telephoning me by 8th July.

Yours in Rotary,
Alan Moss
T: 01903 856801
E: alan@alanmoss.co.uk

Hello world!

Hello World!
Not very original but a start…..

As I start my year as District Governor for Rotary South.
I thought I should share my experiences …

Let my Rotary Journey Continue ………