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An Australia Day Family event for Motor Bike riders and Sunday drivers. Showcasing what Rotary can achieve while celebrating everything Australian. Lamingtons for smoko , BBQ lunch, cool drinks at the pub and great music and food to finish.
Tuesday 26 January 2021 at 8:30 AM
$25/adult - kids under 15 free 
Day Starts 0830 from Holbrook RS Club for registration and 1st Card pick. 
Best Hand $200. 2nd $100,3rd $50. Worst $100.
Smoko and lunch included in entry fee. 
Distance for the day approx 260km.
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District 9790 Bushfire Recovery Newsletter No 5, December 2020

Hello Rotarians and friends

The lifting of COVID restrictions in Victoria, combined with warm spring weather, has seen the communities in the Upper Murray implementing some of the plans made to rebuild and upgrade facilities to bring their communities together. Rotarians from clubs in D9790 are assisting communities with these projects. The Rotary Club of Tallangatta provided a generator for the Towong Hall, ensuring power will always be available and another for a farmer to power his caravan. The Rotary Clubs of Rosanna and Mooroopna have been working on the Cudgewa Fire Project and a diesel generator has been installed at the School Park Cudgewa. A 130,000 litre water tank will be installed when the weather permits.
 
However, many individuals are still struggling, as they deal with the complexities of property and income loss, ill-health, isolation and the difficulties caused by living in temporary accommodation. Deteriorating mental health and vulnerability have resulted for some. The District Bushfire Recovery Committee has been able to provide compassionate grants of $2,500 from the Rotary Australia Benevolent Society fund (RABS) to assist those in need. Applications have been made by health service providers, community leaders and Rotary clubs on behalf of those experiencing disadvantage, sickness or financial loss. Twenty two grants have been made and applications continue to be received for evaluation by the committee. It has taken time for many experiencing hardship to ask for or accept help.
 
 
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