What's happening around District 9800      
 
I started the year and continued at club meetings quoting Rotary founder Paul Harris and it seems very appropriate to restate it at this time. 
"This is a changing world; we must be prepared to change with it. The story of Rotary will have to be written again and again.” (Rotary founder Paul Harris in 1935)
 
 
Well done to our quiet achiever, Kerry Kornhauser who delivered with support from her team, yet another highly successful Rotary International Women's Day Breakfast on Thursday at Crown Palladium. This was Kerry's 9th Breakfast!
 
More than 1,000 guests packed the Crown Palladium, 80% being non-Rotarian, with 130 Year 12 students from both public and private schools, sponsors, volunteers.
On arrival, the than 1,000 guests were met with a fantastic snapshot of what Rotary is about.  Over $45,000 raised for Rotary Charities
 
Photos from and Video of the Breakfast CLICK HERE 

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D9800 ZOOM MEETINGS
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