NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED INTO THE ROTARY CLUB OF ENCOUNTER BAY
24th March 2022
Induction of Stuart Ellis
President Ken and members were pleased to welcome Stuart Ellis to the meeting.
Stuart was inducted into membership of the Rotary Club of Encounter Bay. He was a member of the RC of Adelaide from 2001 to 2012 and the RC of Central Melbourne from 2013 to 2021. Stuart has been involved in many Youth Programs and is currently the District Ambassador for Rotary National Emergency Service Community Awards.
Members extended a warm welcome to Stuart and Jo and we look forward to their involvement in the Club.
28th October 2021
Induction of Bob Oliver
President Ken was pleased to welcome Bob and Joan Oliver. Bob joined the Rotary Club of Adelaide West in 1968 and was president in 1973/74. He joined the Rotary Club of Mt Gambier Lakes in 2003 and was president in 2015/16.
Members extended a warm welcome to Bob and Joan and we look forward to their involvement in the Club.
17th September 2020
Induction of Jeanette Rich, a past member of several Rotary Clubs.
Jeanette gave us a glimpse into her life before Encounter Bay. She commenced her life at Gawler and after that lived in Prospect, Balaklava, Elizabeth, Canberra, Queensland, Adelaide, Netherlands and Thailand where she taught English. She was married to Ray, has 3 daughters and 8 grandchildren and enjoys playing the piano and table tennis. Jeanette moved to Rosetta in July and is enjoying our lovely South Coast town and especially the Rotary Club of Encounter Bay.
10th October 2019
Induction of Cherilyn Fleming, a past member of several Rotary Clubs and a hands-on volunteer within the community. She is already well known to most members through her book sales and charity efforts at Rotary markets.
12th September 2019.
Induction of Colin Francis, introduced by Ken Carter. Classification of Teaching. Colin is a technical studies teacher. He started teaching in 1976 at Port Lincoln High School and then after short exchange to Oberon N.S.W. he moved to Waikerie High School. He retired with his wife Barb, to Victor Harbor in 2018. He enjoys working on, and using classic cars (especially Minis and Mokes), motor bike riding and camping.
The RCEB is always on the lookout for new members to help it with its humanitarian and community outreach programs. Club members value inputs and skills new members bring and look forward to working closely with them.