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Our Club Meetings are being held online every Tuesday evening.
Platform opens at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start.
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1st online meeting
We are going through some challenging times, to say the least. However we learnt that we all manage the day to day changes in different ways.
It was great to see that so many of us embraced the 'Zoom' meeting online, and it was good to catch up with all of you that did.
Please note that if you have some issues, please contact your secretary on 0424 767 784 (after hours please) and I will talk you through setting yourself up on a Zoom Meeting.
We will be catching up with each other again tomorrow evening Tuesday the 7th of April. I will be opening the platform at 6.00pm so anyone can join in early for a chat - The meeting will start at 6.30pm.
to log in click here - I will send out an email to all members tomorrow evening again.
Kaye's idea about the Walk against ICE will be on the agenda to discuss. If you have any other points that you would like to bring up to discussion, please advise and we will include this in the agenda.
Many thanks 
Ciedele - YEP Update
A letter from our Outbound Student Ciedele Mezger, who is currently in Germany:
The Four-Way Test isn't a tool to judge others

The Four-Way Test isn’t a tool to judge others

Martin Postic Jr.
By Martin “Marty” Postic Jr., past governor of District 5750 and a member of the Rotary Club of OKC Sunrise, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

In our contentious society, I see friends who are members of Rotary use The Four-Way Test to support opposing political and social arguments and to criticize the thoughts, statements, and actions of others. I see members with completely opposing viewpoints use the same Four-Way Test to both support their argument and demean others. Rotarians and others are using all forms of social media to share their opinions about perceived violations of The Four-Way Test, causing others to pile on additional comments and insults, all with little thought to how this affects our public image.

Which leads me to this basic premise:

The Four-Way Test is a mirror, not a window 

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