Newsletter for 22/10/15

People of Earth, 
I bring thee good news; it's shocktober and if you're in the mood for something spooky why not attend the "Hallowin Bingo Night" on Thursday 29 October. 
In other events happening around and about you're spoiled for choice Friday and could attend the UNSW Changeover night or Drinks for Pink Ribbon Day. I will be at the former, so I expect Pink Ribbon to be the people's choice.

Upcoming Events 

World Polio Day: Pool Party to End Polio Now - 24/10/2015

Join us in the fight to End Polio Now. To mark this year's World Polio Day, Sydney City Rotaract is throwing a Pool Party to End Polio Now. 

Come along to Redleaf Beach in Double Bay to help spread awareness and be social for a great cause. Bring along a picnic item to share and some swimmers. 

Make sure to bring $10 for your red End Polio Now t-shirt to wear when out of the water...

For more information, and to get involved, please visit

NSW Police Awards - 06/11/2015

The Rotary Club of Sydney is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Police Awards. The awards give state-wide community recognition for excellence in Police service to officers and unsworn employees throughout NSW. There are two shifts,one starting at three to help with early preparations, and one starting at 5:30 to help with the event itself. Dinner is provided for those doing the...

For more information, and to get involved, please visit

Final Thoughts

On the topic of Pool Parties I demand this be played on Saturday.

Anyone keen for a club secret santa event? I feel like Christmas will be here before we know it. Where does the time go?! Seriously, who is stealing it. I swear there was more. 

Fun Fact: in 1919, Dwight Eisenhower and the American Army tried to drive cross country. The first trip of it's kind (using motor vehicles) the intrepid Military men barely made it. As a result of this Eisenhower built the Interstate Highway System when he became President. (source)

Well that's it from me. Don't forget that our next meeting is on Wednesday, the 28th of October, at the Tresscox Lawyers Offices, starting 6.30pm.

For more information, including a map and a full agenda, please visit:

Until next time, 

Editor in Chief,
Aidan Simmons