District Conference - Embracing Change Update
Don't forget that the early bird special of $140 per person for conference finishes on 30th November. From 1st December the price will be $165.00 each.
The conference kicks off on Friday night with the opening cocktail party at 5:00pm
While registering for conference also register for the Saturday night bush dance featuring "Clandestiny" or one of the other many events.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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Speakers for our upcoming conference already announced are:
Dr Lois Peeler AM is of Yorta Yorta and Wurundjeri heritage who grew up in Shepparton. Former Sapphires singer turned educator, uniting Indigenous values with Western academia. Lois is Executive Director/Principal of Australia's only Aboriginal girls' boarding school, Worawa Aboriginal College 
- Nyadol Nyuon is a lawyer, writer, speaker, volunteer, as a former refugee she is an advocate for human rights, multiculturalism, refugees and those seeking asylum.
Cheyne Flanagan Director Of Clinical Services at Koala Animal Hospital Port Macquarie  a research facility that also treats injured and sick animals and attracts 100,000 tourists every year.
- Dr Jenna Roberts a senior policy officer in the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources started out as a NYSF student, presenting her research into fruit fly.
- Evan Burrell  a consultant in the non profit, community volunteer sector, in public image, promotional marketing and untangling the branding language. 
- Sean Willmore is a former Australian Park Ranger (11 years) and now founder and Managing Director of the Thin Green Line Foundation. He’s also past President of the International Rangers Federation (8 years). Using profits from documentary The Thin Green Line, Sean started The Thin Green Line Foundation (TTGLF).
-Barbara Mifsud works at the Rotary International South Pacific and Philippines Office in Parramatta, Australia as the Regional Membership Officer for Zone 8. She supports clubs and districts in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands with their membership initiatives.
-Rita Seethaler  'Pans on Fire' was started in November 2009 as a Black Saturday bushfire recovery project in Marysville and Triangle district. The 20-person Steelband has grown into a vital community asset that crosses cultural territories as widely different as Trinidad, Africa, Europe and of course Marysville and the Triangle district.
Brad Quilliam is a committed community member and is a Charter member  and the Charter President on the Rotary Club of Kinglake Ranges. The Rotary Club of Kinglake Ranges was formed out of the ashes of the Black Saturday bushfires.
- Denis Shore is a member of the Rotary Club of Hawthorn in District 9800 since 1984. Denis is on the committee  for the upcoming International Convention to be held in June 2023 and will update us all of the convention details. 

Stay tuned to more key note speakers to be announced in the coming weeks.